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" Thy numbers sweet with nature's vespers blending, With distant echo from the fold and lea, And herd-boy's evening pipe, and hum of housing bee. Yet, once again, farewell, thou Minstrel Harp ! Yet, once again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I... "
Annual Register - Page 696
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 52

Edmund Burke - History - 1812
...again, farewell, thou Minstrel Harp ! Yet once again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I of the censure sharp May idly cavil at an idle lay. Much...night dawned wearier day, And bitterer was the grief devoured alone. That I o'erlive such woes, Enchantress ! is thine own. Hark ! as my lingering footsteps...
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A criticism of the Elegy written in a country churchyard

John Young - 1810 - 148 pages
...again, farewell, thou Minstrel Harp ! Yet, once again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I of the censure sharp, May idly cavil at an idle lay....night dawned wearier day, And bitterer was the grief devoured alone. That I o'erlive such woes, Enchantress ! is thine own." Lady of the Lake, Conclusion....
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The lady of the lake; a poem

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1810
...again, farewell, thou Minstrel Harp ! Yet, once again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I of the censure sharp May idly cavil at an idle lay. ....night dawned wearier day, And bitterer was the grief devoured alone. That I o'erlive such woes, Enchantress ! is thine OWH. Hark ! as my angering footsteps...
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

Walter Scott - Lady of the Lake (Legendary character) - 1810 - 433 pages
...again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I of the censure sharp May idly cavil at an idle lay. T Much have I owed thy strains on life's long way, Through...night dawned wearier day, And bitterer was the grief devoured alone. That I o'erlive such woes, Enchantress ! is thine own. Hark! as my lingering footsteps...
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

Walter Scott - Lady of the Lake (Legendary character) - 1810 - 290 pages
...again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I of the censure sharp May idly cavil at an idle lay. 2 o Much have I owed thy strains on life's long way, Through...night dawned wearier day, And bitterer was the grief devoured alone. That I o'erlive such woes, Enchantress ! is thine own. Hark ! as my lingering footsteps...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1812
...once again, farewell, thou Minstrel Harp ! Yet once again, forgive my feeble sway, And Utile reck I of the censure sharp May idly cavil at an idle lay. Much have J owed thy strains oft life's long -way, Th-iough secret woes the world has never known, When on the...
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The Poetical Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Volume 4

Sir Walter Scott - 1818
...censnre sharp, May idly cavil at an idle lay. Mnch have I owed thy strains on life's long way, Throngh secret woes the world has never known, When on the weary night dawned wearier day, And hitterer was the grief devonred alone. That I o'erlive snch woes, Enchantress ! is thine own. Hark...
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The poetical works of Walter Scott, Volume 6

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1820
...thou Minstrel Harp! Yet, once again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I of the censure sharp Much have I owed thy strains on life's long way, Through...the world has never known, When on the weary night dawn'd wearier day, And bitterer was the grief devour'd alone. That I o'erlive such woes, Enchantress!...
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British melodies, extracts from the modern poets [signed J.H.R.].

British melodies - 1820
...again, farewell, thou Minstrel Harp ! Yet, once again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I of the censure sharp May idly cavil at an idle lay. Much have I owed thy strains on life's long wa>, Throngh secret woes the world has never known, When on the weary night dawn'd wearier day, And...
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Letters to Richard Heber, Esq: Containing Critical Remarks on the Series of ...

John Leycester Adolphus - English fiction - 1822 - 317 pages
...again, farewell, thou Minstrel Harp: Yet, once again, forgive my feeble sway, And little reck I of the censure sharp, May idly cavil at an idle lay....night dawned wearier day, And bitterer was the grief devoured alone. That I o'erlive such woes, Enchantress ; is thine own." Lady of the Lake, Conclusion....
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