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" The intrepid Swiss, who guards a foreign shore, Condemned to climb his mountain-cliffs no more, If chance he hears the song so sweetly wild Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguiled, Melts at the long-lost scenes that round him rise, And sinks a... "
Poems by Samuel Rogers - Page 21
by Samuel Rogers - 1816 - 240 pages
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The Pleasures of Memory: With Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1799 - 188 pages
...fighs. Aik not if courts or camps diflblve the charm : Say why VESPASIAN lov'd his Sabine farm; 1} Why great NAVARRE, when France and freedom bled, * Sought the lone limits of a foreft-fhed. 280 When DIOCLETIAN'S felf-correfted mind 'i The imperial fafces of a world refign'd,...
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The Pleasures of Memory, with Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - Fore-edge painting - 1801 - 187 pages
...more, If chance he hears the song so sweetly wild m Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguil'd, Melts at the long-lost scenes that round him rise,...courts or camps dissolve the charm: Say why VESPASIAN lov'd his Sabine farm; " Why great NAVARRE, when France and freedom bled," Sought the lone limits of...
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The pleasures of memory, with other poems

Samuel Rogers - 1801
...more, If chance he hcurs the song so sweetly wild m Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguil'd, Melts at the long-lost scenes that round him rise, And sinks a martyr to repentant sighs. 26 Ask not if courts or camps dissolve the charm : Say why VESPASIAN lov'd his Sabine farm; " Why great...
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The pleasures of memory, with other poems

Samuel Rogers - 1802
...more, If chance he hears the song so sweetly wild m Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguil'd, Melts at the long-lost scenes that round him rise,...courts or camps dissolve the charm : Say why VESPASIAN lov'd his Sabine farm; " Why great NAVARRE, when France and freedom bled, ' Sought the lone limits...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1804 - 136 pages
...more, If chance he hears the song so sweetly wild9 Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguil'd, Melts at the long-lost scenes that round him- rise,...courts or camps dissolve the charm : Say why Vespasian lov'd his Sabine farm,10 Why great Navarre, when France and Freedom bled, * * Sought the lone limits...
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The pleasures of memory, with other poems

Samuel Rogers - 1806
...chance he hears the,song so sweetly wild" 1 Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguil'd, :I v ' Melts at the long-lost scenes that round him rise, : And sinks a martyr to repentant srg&W*'^ * '• '•-' '••'• Ask not if courts or camps dissolve the charm; Say why VESPASIAN...
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A soldier's offspring; or, The sisters

Emma De Lisle - 1810
...more, If chance he hears the sdng so sweetly wild, Which on those cliffs his infant years beguil-d, Melts at the long-lost scenes that round him rise, And sinks a martyr to repentant sighs. TRE melancholy trio surrounded the breakfast-table in silence. The moment it was cleared, Fanny quitted...
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Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1816 - 246 pages
...shore, Condemned to climb his mountain-cliffs no more, If chance he hears the song so sweetly wild" "Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguiled,...rise, And sinks a martyr to repentant sighs. Ask not it" courts or camps dissolve the charm: Say why VESPASIAN loved his Sabine farm; Why great NAVARRE,...
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Poems, Volume 1

Samuel Rogers - 1820 - 251 pages
...shore, Condemned to climb his mountain-cliffs no more, If chance he hears the song so sweetly wild" Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguiled, Melts... Why great NAVARRE, when France and freedom bled, p Sought the lone limits of a forest-shed. When DIOCLETIAN'S self-corrected mind q The imperial fasces...
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The Pleasures of Memory, and Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - 1820 - 142 pages
...shore, Condemned to climb his mountain-cliffs no more, If chance he hears the song so sweetly wild (12) Which on those cliffs his infant hours beguiled, Melts...the charm , Say why VESPASIAN loved his Sabine farm; (13) Why great NAvARRE, when France and freedom Sought the lone limits of a forest-shed, [bled, (14)...
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