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" These are the moles that bear me from your side, Where I was rooted — where I could have died. Stand forth, ye elves, and plead your mother's cause : Ye little magnets, whose soft influence draws Me from a point where every gentle breeze Wafted my bark... "
The Dublin university magazine - 233. oldal
szerző: University magazine - 1854
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La Belle Assemblée, 5. kötet

1812
...from a point, where ev'ry ci'iitle breeze IVafled my bark to happiness and ease ; Sends me advent'rous on a larger main, In hopes that you may profit by my gain." Notwithstanding the plain good srnse of this energetic, address, there were still some little minds,...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 36. kötet

1834
...influence draws Me from a point where every gentle breeze Wafted my hark to happiness and eaae — Sends me adventurous on a larger main, In hopes that...Answer, all ye who own a parent's name ? Thus have I tired you with an untaught muse, Who for your favour still most humbly sues, That you, for classic...

Oxberry's dramatic biography and histrionic anecdotes [ed. by C.E. Oxberry].

1825
...from a point, where ev'ry genial breeze Wafted my bark to happiness and ease ; Sends me advent'rous on a larger main, In hopes that you may profit by my gain." Of this composition we shall say nothing ; a failure in the writing of poetry does not detract from...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 36. kötet

1834
...plead your mother's cause : Ye little magnets, whose soft influence draws Me from a point where every gentle breeze Wafted my bark to happiness and ease...Answer, all ye who own a parent's name ? Thus have I tired you with an untaught muse, Who for your favour still most humbly sues, That you, for classic...

Life of Mrs. Siddons, 1. kötet

Thomas Campbell - 1834 - 260 oldal
...plead your mother's cause : Ye little magnets, whose soft influence draws Me from a point where every gentle breeze Wafted my bark to happiness and ease...Answer, all ye who own a parent's name ? Thus have I tired you with an untaught Muse, Who for your favor still most humbly sues, That you, for classic learning,...

Life of Mrs. Siddons, 1-2. kötet

Thomas Campbell - 1834 - 260 oldal
...your mother's cause : , Ye little magnets, whose soft influence draws ~ Me from a point where every gentle breeze Wafted my bark to happiness and ease — Sends me adventurous on n larger main, In hopes that you may profit by my gain. Have I been hasty ? — am I then to blame...

The Georgian Era: Political and rural economists. Painters, sculptors ...

------ Clarke - 1834
...point where every gentle lireeze Wafted my bark to happiness and ease — Sends me, adventurous, ou a larger main, In hopes that you may profit by my gain. Havf I been hasty— am 1, then, to blame ? Thus bave 1 tired you with an uiuaughtmnse, Who for your...

Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1837
...plead your mother's cause, Ye little magnets, whose soft influence draw Me from a point where every gentle breeze Wafted my bark to happiness and ease,...adventurous, on a larger main, In hopes that you may profii by my gain. Have I been hasty, — am I, then, to blame? Answer all ye who own a parent's name....

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1854
...influence draws Me from a point, where ev'ry gentle breeze Waftcil my bark to happiness and case — Sends me, adventurous, on a larger main, In hopes...who own a parent's name. Thus have I tir'd you with an untaught muse, Who for a favour still most humbly sues j That yon, fof classic learning, will receive...

PORTRAIT GALLERY OF EMINENT MEN AND WOMEN OF EUROPE AND AMERICA

EVERT A. DUYCKINCK - 1872
...plead your mother's cause : Ye little magnets, whose soft influence draws Me from a point where every gentle breeze Wafted my bark to happiness and ease—...larger main, In hopes that you may profit by my gain. London was now before her with fears and anticipations heightened to the extreme of sensibility by...




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