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" And never may they rest unsung, While liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them, More deathless than the diadem, Who to life's noblest end, Gave up life's noblest powers, And bade the legacy descend, Down, down to us and ours. "
Dedication Services at the Unveiling of the Bronze Statute of Maj.-Gen. G. K ... - 5. oldal
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AN ORATION DELIVERED AT PLYMOUTH DECEMBER 22, 1824

EDWARD EVERETT - 1825
...therefore, as the most suitable sentiment, with which we should commence,, The memory of our Fathers. They to life's noblest end Gave up life's noblest powers....bade the legacy descend Down, down to us and ours. The President then proceeded to say, — We have spoken of our Fathers, let me next propose to you...

Curiosity: a poem, delivered at Cambridge, before the Phi Beta Kappa Society ...

Charles Sprague - 1829 - 30 oldal
...rest. XI. And never may they rest unsung, While liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them, More deathless than the diadem, Who to life's...bade the legacy descend, Down, down to us and ours. XII. By centuries now the glorious hour we mark, When to these shores they steered their shattered...

An Ode Pronounced Before the Inhabitants of Boston, September the ...

Charles Sprague - 1830 - 22 oldal
...rest. XL And never may they rest unsung, While liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them, More deathless than the diadem, Who to life's...bade the legacy descend, Down, down to us and ours. XII. By centuries now the glorious hour we mark, When to these shores they steered their shattered...

Ladies' Magazine and Literary Gazette, 4. kötet

1831
...rest. And never may they rest unsung, XVhile Liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wrosth for them. More deathless than the diadem, Who to life's...noblest powers, And bade the legacy descend, Down, tlown te us and ours. • **«*« AH gone ! 'tis ours, the goodly land — Look round — the heritage...

Writings of Charles Sprague: Now First Collected

Charles Sprague - 1841 - 124 oldal
...rest. XL And never may they rest unsung, While liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them More deathless than the diadem, Who, to life's...life's noblest powers, And bade the legacy descend IJown, down to us and ours. XII. By centuries now the glorious hour we mark, When to these shores they...

The Poets and Poetry of America: With an Historical Introduction

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1842 - 468 oldal
...ashes rest. And never may they rest unsung, While Liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them, More deathless than the diadem, Who, to...bade the legacy descend Down, down to us and ours. By centuries now the glorious hour we mark, When to these shores they steer"d their shatter'd bark...

The Poets and Poetry of America

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1843 - 476 oldal
...ashes rest. And never may they rest unsung. While Liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them, More deathless than the diadem, Who, to...powers. And bade the legacy descend Down, down to us and oun. By centuries now the glorious hour we mark, When to these shores they steer'd their shatter'd...

The Poets and Poetry of America

1845 - 476 oldal
...ashes rest. And never may they rest unsung, While Liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them, More deathless than the diadem, Who, to life's noblest end. Gave up life's nobtest powers, And bade the legacy descend Down, down to us and ours. By centuries now the glorious...

Guide to Plymouth: And Recollections of the Pilgrims

William Shaw Russell - 1846 - 382 oldal
...ashes rest. And never may they rest unsung, While Liberty can find a tongue. Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them, More deathless than the diadem, Who to life's noblest end, SONG OF THE PILGRIMS. The breeze has swelled the whitening sail, The blue waves curl beneath the gale,...

The Poets of America: With Occasional Notes

George Barrell Cheever - 1847 - 405 oldal
...rest. And never may they rest unsung, While Liberty can find a tongue. ' . f Twine, Gratitude, a wreath for them, More deathless than the diadem, Who to life's...bade the legacy descend, Down, down to us and ours. >. • THE BORROWER WILL BE CHARGED AN OVERDUE FEE iFTHIS BOOK iS NOT RETURNED TO THE LiBRARY ON OR...




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