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" King, and royal craftsmen we ; Strike in, strike in, the sparks begin to dull their rustling red! Our hammers ring with sharper din, our work will soon be sped; Our anchor soon must change his bed of fiery rich array... "
Blackwood's Magazine - Page 282
1832
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 9

1832
...said, * Fear nothing — bere am I !* Swing in your strokes in order ; let foot and hand keep time, Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's chime ; But while ye swing your ttedges, sing ; and let the burthen be, The Anchor is the Anvil King, and royal craftsmen we 1 Strike...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 9

Great Britain - 1832
...foot and hand Veep timp, Your blows make mosic sweeter far than any steeple's chime ; But while yc swing your sledges, sing ; and let the burthen be, The Anchor is the Anvil King, and rojal craftsmen we I Strike In, strike in — the sparks begin to dull thetr rustling red ; Our hammers...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumes 10-11

1837
...he said, " Fear notliing — here ami!" Swing in your strokes in order, let foot and hand keep time, Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's...But while ye swing your sledges, sing ; and let the burden be, The Anchor is the Anvil King, und royal craftsmen we ! Strike in, strike in, the sparks...
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The ballad poetry of Ireland. Ed. by C.G. Duffy. 4th ed, Volume 1

sir Charles Gavan Duffy - 1845
...Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's But, while you sling your sledges, sing—and let the burthen be, The anchor is the anvil king, and royal craftsmen we! Strike in, strike in—the sparks begin to dull their rustling red; Our hammers ring with sharper din, our work will...
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Summer excursions in ... Kent, along the banks of the rivers Thames and Medway

Kent (England) - 1847 - 306 pages
...said, " Fear nothing— here ara 1 1~ Swing in your strokes in order, let foot and hand keep time, Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's...But while ye swing your sledges, sing ; and let the burden be( The Anchor is the Anvil King, and royal craftsmen we! Strike in, strike in, the sparks begin...
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The book of English poetry, with critical and biogr. sketches of the poets

English poetry - 1853
...he said, " Fear nothing, here am I ! " Swing in your strokes in order, let foot and hand keep time, Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's...But while ye swing your sledges, sing ; and let the burden be, " The Anchor is the Anvil King, and royal craftsmen we ; Strike in, strike in, the sparks...
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Noctes Ambrosianae

John Wilson, James Hogg, John Gibson Lockhart - Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine - 1854
...in order; let foot and hand keep time, Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's chime; 4 But while ye swing your sledges, sing ; and let the...anvil king, and royal craftsmen we! Strike in, strike in—the sparks begin to dull their rustling red; Our hammers ring with sharper din, our work will...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 2

Half hours - 1856
...said, " Fear nothing — here am I." Swing in your strokes in order, let foot and hand keep time ; Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's chime. But, while you sling your sledges, sing — and let the burden bo, The anchor is the anvil king, and royal craftsmen...
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The Ballads of Ireland, Volume 2

Edward Hayes - Ballads, English - 1856
...said, " Fear nothing — here am I ! " Swing in your strokes in order, let foot and hand keep time ; Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's chime. But while you sling your sledges, sing — tad let the burden be, The anchor is the anvil king, and royal craftsmen...
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The ballads of Ireland, collected and ed. by E. Hayes

Edward Hayes (collector of ballads) - 1856
...said, " Fear nothing — here am I." Swing in your strokes in order, let foot and hand keep time ; Your blows make music sweeter far than any steeple's chime. But while you sling your sledges, sing — and let the burthen be, The anchor is the anvil king, and royal craftsmen...
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