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" The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping sun upgathers his spent shafts, And puts them back into his golden quiver! "
The New Monthly Belle Assemblée - Page 50
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The Golden Legend

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1851 - 301 pages
...all The vast and shadowy banquet-hall Is full of looks and words divine! Leaning over the parapet. The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping...draughts We drink its wine, the swift and mantling river Flows on triumphant through these lovely regions, Etched with the shadows of its sombre margent, And...
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The Golden Legend

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Leprosy - 1851 - 301 pages
...all The vast and shadowy banquet-hall Is full of looks and words divine ! Leaning over the parapet. The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping...draughts We drink its wine, the swift and mantling river Flows on triumphant through those lovely regions, Etched with the shadows of its sombre margent, And...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 9

Universalism - 1852
...offering and expression of Mr. Longfellow's ripened powers. What can be more exqusite than this — " The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping...draughts We drink its wine, the swift and mantling river Plows on triumphant through these lovely regions, Etched with the shadows of its sombre margent, And...
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The Golden Legend

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Leprosy - 1852 - 301 pages
...all The vast and shadowy banquet-hall Is full of looks and words divine ! ,Leaning over tlie parapet. The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping...draughts We drink its wine, the swift and mantling river Flows on triumphant through these lovely regions, Etched with the shadows of its sombre margent, And...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 71

Scotland - 1852
...utters the following soliloquy, which we transcribe as a passage of considerable descriptive merit. " The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping...draughts We drink its wine, the swift and mantling river Flows on trinmphant through those lovely regions, Etched with the shadows of its sombre margent, And...
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The Opal, Volume 2

1852
...Walter, from the parapet, takes a view of the surrounding country, and indulges in the fallowing reverie: The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping...green As goblets are, from which in thirsty draughts We"drink its wine, the swift and mantling river Flows on triumphant through these lovely regions, Etched...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 71

England - 1852
...utters the following soliloquy, which we transcribe as a passage of considerable descriptive merit "The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping sun upgathers his sjient shafts, And puts them hack into his golden quiver ! Below me in the valley, deep and green As...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 18

1853
...broken by nothing save the occasional tinkle of a goat's bell, or the shrill cry of some bird of prey. " The day is done, and slowly from the scene The stooping...golden quiver! Below me in the valley, deep and green, ****** * * * the swift and mantling river Flows on triumphant through these lovely regions, Etched...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 18, Issue 4

1853
...the occasional tinkle of a goat's bell, or the shrill cry of some bird of prey. " The day is clone, and slowly from the scene The stooping sun upgathers...golden quiver! Below me in the valley, deep and green, ****** * * * the swift and mantling river Flows on triumphant through these lovely regions, Etched...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 99

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1853
...farfetched. Take the following excerpts, metaphorical and figurative, in illustration of the poet's manner : The day is done ; and slowly from the scene The stooping...shafts, And puts them back into his golden quiver.* — The consecrated chapel on the crag, And the white hamlet gather'd round its base, Like Mary sitting...
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