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" Nought looks the same, save the nest we made!" Sad is your tale of the beautiful earth, Birds that o'ersweep it in power and mirth ! Yet through the wastes of the trackless air Ye have a guide, and shall we despair? Ye over desert and deep have pass'd... "
Early days; or, The Wesleyan scholar's guide - Side 262
1856
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The country; or, Old Michael and young Maurice [by G. Mogridge].

George Mogridge - 1843
...their way to a colder country ; and the wheatear and chiff-chaff come over to us from abroad. ' Birds, through the wastes of the trackless air Ye have a...pass'd, So shall we reach our bright home at last.' Blackbirds, skylarks, and throstles are louder in their songs ; and trout, roach, and dace swim nearer...
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The Youth's Book of Nature, Or The Four Seasons Illustrated: Being Familiar ...

Bourne Hall Draper - 1844
...And the place is hush'd where the children play'd ; Nought looks the same, but the nest we made I " Sad is your tale of the beautiful earth, Birds that o'ersweep it in power and mirth 1 Yet, thro' the wastes of the trackless air, Ye have a guide, and shall we despair ? Ye over desert...
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Old Humphrey's Walks in London and Its Neighbourhood

Old Humphrey - 1845 - 279 sider
...respecting birds of passage, when applied to the weakest believer in the gospel of Jesus Christ ! " Birds, through the wastes of the trackless air, Ye have a....and shall we despair! Ye over desert and deep have past, So shall we reach our bright home at last." With what force must the sword-fish have darted forward...
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The New Parley Library ..., Bind 1–2

1844
...And the place is hush'd where the children play'd,-. Nought looks the same, nave the nest we made !" Sad is your tale of the beautiful earth. Birds that o'ersweep it in power and mirth ! Yet thro' the wastes of the tracdless air, YE have a Guide and shall WE despair 1 Ye over desert and deep...
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The Church of England Magazine, Bind 18

1845
...beautiful and wonderful part of the economy of nature. " Ye tell us a tale of the beautiful rarth. Birds that o'ersweep it In power and mirth ; Yet, through the wastes of the truckleK air, Ye hare a guide ; and shall we despair ? Ye over desert and deep have pass'd : So shall...
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Merry's Museum, Bind 13–14

1847
...the place is hushed where the children played — Nought looks the same, save the nest we made ! " Sad is your tale of the beautiful earth, Birds that...and shall WE despair ? YE over desert and deep have passed, — So may WE reach our bright home at last ! MRs. HEMANS. Story of Baptiste Lulli. [Continued...
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The Choice Gift: Or Golden Sands, from the River of Literature ...

Sarah C. Carter - 1850 - 128 sider
...And the place is hush'd where the children play 'd — Nought looks the same, save the nest we made!" Sad is your tale of the beautiful earth, Birds that...despair ? Ye over desert and deep have pass'd, — So may we reach our bright home at last ! " Kate now examined her treasures and found that a few more...
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Records of Woman, and Other Poems

Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans, Mrs. Hemans - 1850 - 270 sider
...the place is hushed where the children played — Naught looks the same, save the nest we made ! " Sad is your tale of the beautiful earth, Birds that...trackless air Ye have a guide, and shall we despair 1 Ye over desert and deep have passed — So may we reach our bright home at last ! INVOCATION " I...
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Select English poetry, with notes by E. Hughes

Edward Hughes - 1851
...And the place is hushed where the children played, Nought looks the same, save the nest we made !" Sad is your tale of the beautiful earth, Birds that...despair ? YE over desert and deep have pass'd, So may WE reach our bright home at last. MBS. HEMANS. 1 . Explain the meaning of the epithet! I S. Name...
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The naturalist's poetical companion, with notes, selected by E. Wilson

Naturalist pseud, Edward WILSON (M.A., F.L.S.) - 1852
...where the children play'd — — Nought looks the same, save the nest we made !" Sad is your talc of the beautiful earth, Birds that o'ersweep it in...shall we reach our bright home at last ! MRS. HEMANS. TO A BRAMBLE. How grateful the Muses ! — a shrub or a flower, Or a tree that has risen in some dark...
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