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" O'er untravelled seas to roam, — Yet lives the blood of England in our veins ! And shall we not proclaim That blood of honest fame, Which no tyranny can tame By its chains... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 361
1820
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volume 2

1820
...pilot in the blast, O'er untravell'd seas to roam. Yet lives the blood of England in our vein*; • And shall we not proclaim That blood of honest fame, Which no tyranny can tame By its chains:1 While the language free and bold Which the bard of Avon sung, In which our Milton told How...
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Sibylline Leaves: A Collection of Poems

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1817 - 303 pages
...Since our Fathers left their homey . Their pilot in the blast, O'er untravell'd seas to roam, Yet lives the blood of England in our veins ! And shall we not...vault of Heaven rung When Satan, blasted, fell with his host ; While this, with rev'rence meet, Ten thousand echoes greet, From rock to rock repeat Round...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 7

1820
...in the blast. OVr unrrnveU'dseas to roam, Yet lives the blood of England in our veins ; And shall ue not proclaim That blood of honest fame. Which no tyranny can tame By in chains '. While the language free and bold "Which the bard of Avon nunjj In which our Milton told...
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The Inquirer, Volume 1

1822
...Since our fathers left their home, Their pilot in the blast, O'er untravell'd seas to roam, Yet lives the blood of England in our veins! And shall we not...vault of heaven rung When Satan, blasted, fell with his host ; While this, with rev'rencc meet, Ten thousand echoes greet, From rock to rock repeat Round...
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The United States Literary Gazette, Volume 2

Literature - 1825
...untravelled seas to roam, Yet lives the hlood of England in our veint; And shall we not proclaim That hlood of honest fame 'Which no tyranny can tame By its chains ? While the language free and hold Which the hard of Avon sung, In which our Milton told, How the vault of Heaven rung, When Satan,...
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The New-York Literary Gazette, and Phi Beta Kappa Repository, Volume 1

1826
...honest fame Which no tyraony can tame By its chains .' While the language free and hold Which the hard of Avon sung, In which our Milton told How the vault of Heaven rung, When Satan, hlasted, fell with all his host ; While these with reverence meet, Ten thousand echoes greet, And from...
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The British poets of the nineteenth century, including the select works of ...

British poets - 1828
...Since our Fathers left their home. Their pilot in the blast, O'er untravell'd seas to roam, Yet lives lock Bethoughthim, and he to himself would say: The winds are now devising fume Whieh.no tyranny can tame By its chains?' While the language free and bold Which the Bard of Avon...
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The Poetical Album: And Register of Modern Fugitive Poetry, Volume 2

Alaric Alexander Watts - English poetry - 1829
...Since our fathers left their home, Their pilot in the blast, O'er un travelled seas to roam, Yet lives the blood of England in our veins ; And shall we not...chains ? While the language free and bold Which the hard of Avon sung, In which our Milton told How the vault of Heaven rung, When Satan, blasted, fell...
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The Common School Manual: A Regular and Connected Course of Elementary ...

Montgomery Robert Bartlett - Arithmetic - 1830 - 300 pages
...left their home, Their pilot in the blast, O'er trackless seas to roam, Yet runs the blood of Britons in our veins ; And shall we not proclaim That blood...By its chains? While the language, free and bold, By the Bard of Avon sung, As that which Milton told, How the vaults of heaven rung, 'Vhen Satan, blasted,...
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The Eclectic Reader: Designed for Schools and Academies

Bela Bates Edwards - Readers - 1832 - 324 pages
...our fathers left their home, Their pilot in the blast, O'er untravelled seas to roam,— Yet lives the blood of England in our veins! And shall we not...honest fame, Which no tyranny can tame By its chains ? 13* While the language, free and bold, , Which the bard of Avon sung, , In which our Milton told...
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