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" Correct my views, and elevate my soul ; Grant me thy peace and purity of mind, Devout yet cheerful, active yet... "
Poems by Samuel Rogers - Page 52
by Samuel Rogers - 1816 - 240 pages
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Literary Hours: Or, Sketches Critical and Narrative, Volume 2

Nathan Drake - English literature - 1800
...elevate my soul ; Grant me thy peace and purity of mind, Devout yet cheerful, active yet resign'd; Grant me, like thee, whose heart knew no disguise, Whose blameless wishes never aim'd to rise, To meet the changes Time and Chance present, With modest dignity and calm content. When...
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The pleasures of memory, with other poems

Samuel Rogers - 1801
...and elevate my soul; Grant me thy peace and purity of mind, Devout yet cheerful, active yet resign'd; Grant me, like thee, whose heart knew no disguise, Whose blameless wishes never aim'd to rise, To meet the changes Time and Chance present, With modest dignity and calm content. F...
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The Pleasures of Memory, with Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - Fore-edge painting - 1801 - 187 pages
...and elevate my soul; Grant me thy peace and purity of mind, Devout yet cheerful, active yet resign'd; Grant me, like thee, whose heart knew no disguise, Whose blameless wishes never aim'd to rise, To meet the changes Time and Chance present, With modest dignity and calm content. t...
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The pleasures of memory, with other poems

Samuel Rogers - 1802
...and elevate my soul; Grant me thy peace and purity of mind, Devout yet cheerful, active yet resign'd; Grant me, like thee, whose heart knew no disguise, Whose blameless wishes never aim'd to rise, To meet the changes Time and Chance present, With modest dignity and calm content. When...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1804 - 136 pages
...elevate my soul ; Grant me thy peace and purity of mind, Devout yet cheerful, active yet resign'd ; Grant me, like thee, whose heart knew no disguise, Whose blameless wishes never aim'd to rise, To meet the changes Time and Chance present, With modest dignity and calm content. When...
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Tales of Fashionable Life, Volume 2

Maria Edgeworth - 1809
...remained of the supej-b palace of Chantilly, but the white arches of its foundation! CHAPTER XIII. 1 When thy last breath, ere nature sunk to rest, ' Thy meek submission to thy God express'd ; ' When thy last look, ere thought and feeling fled, ' A mingled gleam of hope and triumph...
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The Mysteries of St. Clair; Or, Mariette Mouline ...

Catherine George Ward - 1824 - 624 pages
...purity of mind Devout, yet cheerful, — active, yet resigned. Grunt me, like thcc, whose heart knew uo disguise, Whose blameless wishes never aimed to rise,...chance present With modest dignity, and calm content." ROGERS. " But follies, like diseases, you will allow, Sir Orville," continued Ferdinand, " are often...
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Works, Volume 1

Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1822
...remained of the superb palace of Chantilly, but the white arches of its foundation! CHAPTER XIII. " When thy last breath, ere nature sunk to rest, Thy meek submission to thy God express'd ; When thy last look, ere thought and feeling fled, A mingled gleam of hope and triumph shed....
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The Fisher's Daughter: Or, The Wanderings of Wolf, & the Fortunes of Alfred ...

Mrs. Catherine George Ward Mason - 1825 - 912 pages
...yet resign'd. Grant me like thee, whose heart knew ne disguise, Whose blameless wishes never aim'd to rise, To meet the changes time and chance present, With modest dignity and calm content" ROOERI. NOT a word was uttered by the dissatisfied party while they remained at supper. Jessy, who...
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Maria Edgeworth - 1825
...remained of the superb palace of Chantilly but the white arches of its foundation ! CHAPTER XIII. " When thy last breath, ere nature sunk to rest, Thy meek submission to thy God express'd ; When thy last look, ere thought and feeling fled, A mingled gleam of hope and triumph shed,...
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