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" Consider it well ; each tone of our scale in itself is nought ; It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all is said : Give it to me to use ! I mix it with two in my thought, And there ! ye have seen and heard ; consider and bow the "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 172
1876
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Dramatis Personae

Robert Browning - 1864 - 250 pages
...this, such gift be allowed to man, That out of three sounds he frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself...mix it with two in my thought; And, there! Ye have heard and seen: consider and bow the head! Well, it is gone at last, the palace of music I reared;...
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Songs of the Cross and crown

Songs - 1874
...That out of three sounds he frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of oar scale in itself is nought; It is everywhere in the...mix it with two in my thought; And there ! Ye have heard and seen: consider and bow the head ! Well, it is gone at last, the palace of music I reared...
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Passing the Portal: Or, A Girl's Struggle : an Autobiography

Metta Victoria Fuller Victor - Women authors - 1876 - 408 pages
...frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught: It is everywhere in the world,—loud, soft, and all...it to me to use ! I mix it with two in my thought; A"d these ? Ye have heard and seen: consider, and bow the headl'" " I never bow my head, except to...
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In the shadow of God, by the author of 'The Spanish brothers'.

Deborah Alcock - 1877
...Gerard had withdrawn himself to his solitary attic, and locked himself in. CHAPTER II. GERARDS HOME. " Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself...mix it with two in my thought, And, there! ye have heard and seen : consider and bow the head." ' I ''HE poverty of Gerard's room was in striking contrast...
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The poetical works of Robert Browning, Volume 6

Robert Browning - 1882
...allowed to man, That out of three sounds he frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. 9 6 DRAMATIS PERSONS. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself...It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all i: said: Give it to me to use ! I mix it with two in my thought And, there ! Ye have heard and seen...
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Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert Browning: First ..., Volume 1

Robert Browning - 1884
...this, such gift be allowed to man, That out of three sounds he frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself...mix it with two in my thought, And, there ! Ye have heard and seen : consider and bow the head ! VIII For one is assured at first, one scarce can say that...
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Pomegranates from an English Garden: A Selection from the Poems of Robert ...

Robert Browning - English poetry - 1885 - 137 pages
...this, such gift be allowed to man, That out of three sounds he frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself...mix it with two in my thought, And, there ! Ye have heard and seen : consider and bow the head! VIII. Well, it is gone at last, the palace of music I reared;...
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Representative Poems of Living Poets: American and English

Jeannette Leonard Gilder - American poetry - 1886 - 683 pages
...frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught; It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all...mix it with two in my thought, And, there! Ye have heard and seen: consider and bow the head! VIII. Well, it is gone at last, the palace of music I reared:...
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Representative Poems of Living Poets: American and English

Jeannette Leonard Gilder - American poetry - 1886 - 683 pages
...frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught; It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all...mix it with two in my thought, And, there ! Ye have heard and seen : consider and bow the head! VIII. Well, it is gone at last, the palace of music I reared:...
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An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning's Poetry

Robert Browning, Hiram Corson - 1886 - 367 pages
...Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught; It is everywhere in the world — loud, soft, and all is said: Give it to me to use ! I mix it with two in my thought, And, there ! Ye have heard and seen: consider and bow the head ! 8. Well, it is gone at last, the palace of music I reared;...
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