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" All hail! my own inspired Bard! In me thy native Muse regard! Nor longer mourn thy fate is hard, Thus poorly low! I come to give thee such reward, As we bestow... "
Rambles Through the Land of Burns - Page 162
by Archibald R. Adamson - 1879 - 274 pages
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The Works of Robert Burns: Poems formerly published, with some additions ...

Robert Burns - 1806
...of Man, ' With soul erect ; 1 And trust, the Universal Plan ' Will all protect. And ' And wedr ihou this' — she solemn said, And bound the Holly round my head : The polish'd leaves, and berries red, Did rustling play ; And, like a passing thought, she fled In light...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Burns: Collated with the Best Editions, Volumes 1-2

Robert Burns, Thomas Park - Bookbinding - 1808
...greet : ' All hail ! my own inspired bard ! In me thy native muse regard ! Nor longer mourn thy fate is hard, Thus poorly low! I come to give thee such reward As we bestow. ' Know the great genins of this land Has many a light, aerial band, Who, all beneath his high command,...
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Poems, Volume 1

Robert Burns - 1811
...1 All hail ! my own inspired Bard ! ' In me thy native muse regard ! ' Nor longer mourn thy fate is hard, ' Thus poorly low ! * I come to give thee such reward * As we bestow. ' Know, the great Genius of this land ' Has many a light, aerial band, ' Who, all beneath his high...
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A Critique on the Poems of Robert Burns

1812 - 70 pages
...; Preserve the dignity of man With soul erect ; And trust, the universal plan Will all protect. • And wear thou this !' — she solemn said, And bound the holly round my head : The polish'd leaves and berries red Did rustling play ; And, like a passing thought, she fled In light...
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A Critique on the Poems of Robert Burns

George Gleig - 1812 - 70 pages
...greet. ' All hail ! my own inspired Bard ! In me thy native Muse regard ; Nor longer mourn thy fate is hard, Thus poorly low : I come to give thee such reward As we bestow." She then enumerates the different employments over which so many guardian spirits preside ; adding,...
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The poetical works of Robert Burns

Robert Burns - 1814 - 648 pages
...Fullartou. ' All-hail ! my own-inspired hard ! In me thy native muse regard ! Nor longer mourn thy fate is hard, Thus poorly low ! I come to give thee such reward As we bestow. ' Know the great genins of this land Has many a light aerial hand, Who, all beneath his high command,...
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The Works of Robert Burns: With an Account of His Life, and a ..., Volume 3

Robert Burns - Scotland - 1815
...Preserve the dignity of man, With soul ereet ; And trust, the universal plan Will all proteet. " And vsear thou this" — she solemn said. And bound the holly round my head : The polish'.1 leaves, and berries red, Did rustling play ; And, like a passing thought, she fled In light...
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The British poets, including translations, Volume 75

British poets - 1822
...Fnllarton. ' All hail ! my own inspired bard ! In me thy native muse regard! Nor longer mourn thy fate is hard, Thus poorly low ! I come to give thee such reward As we bestow. ' Know, the great genius of this land Has many a light, aerial band, Who, all beneath his high command,...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Lives of the Authors, Volume 38

Ezekiel Sanford - English poetry - 1822
...greet. ' All hail my own inspired bard ! ' In me thy native muse regard ! ' Nor longer mourn thy fate is hard, ' Thus poorly low ! ' I come to give thee such reward ' As we bestow. ' Know, the great genius of this land ' Has many a light, aerial band, ' Who, all beneath his high...
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Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect

Robert Burns - 1824
...greet. ' All hail ! my own inspired bard ! In me thy native muse regard ! Nor longer mourn thy fate is hard, Thus poorly low ! I come to give thee such reward As we bestow. ' Know, the great genius of this land Has many a light, aerial band, Who, all beneath his high command,...
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