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" And he was kind, and loved to sit In the low hut or garnished cottage, And praise the farmer's homely wit, And share the widow's homelier pottage: At his approach complaint grew mild; And when his hand unbarred the shutter, The clammy lips of fever smiled... "
The Poems of Winthrop Mackworth Praed - Page 140
edited by - 1865
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Money's Worth: A Novel, in a Prologue and Three Books, Volume 1

Tom Hood - 1870
...beloved by his poor patients. The living blest him as their preserver, the dying as their comforter, And when his hand unbarred the shutter, The clammy lips of fever smiled The welcome that they could not utter. It was an enviable life, with all its hardships and struggles. When the...
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A Library of Poetry and Song: Being Choice Selections from the Best Poets

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1871 - 789 pages
...burning. And he was kind, and loved to sit In the low hut or garnished cottage, And praise the farmer's , The house-dog on his paws outspread Laid to the...tiger's seemed to fall ; And, for the winter fires that they could not utter. He always had a tale for me Of Julius Cresar or of Venus ; From him I learned...
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Love and valour, Volume 1

Thomas Hood - 1871
...wag their poor old heads with feeble delight at his approach ; and as for those who were ill — " When his hand unbarred the shutter, The clammy lips of fever smiled The welcome that they could not utter." Before he had been in his curacy long there were very, very many who welcomed...
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Recollections of a Literary Life: Or, Books, Places, and People

Mary Russell Mitford - Authors - 1872 - 558 pages
...burning. And ho was kind and loved to sit In the low hut or garnished cottage, And praise the farmer's homely wit, And share the widow's homelier pottage....shutter, The clammy lips of fever smiled The welcome that they could not utter. He always had a tale for me Of Julius Caesar or of Venus; From him I learned...
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Love and Valor

Tom Hood - English fiction - 1872 - 155 pages
...wag their poor old heads with feeble delight at his approach ; and as for those who were ill, — " When his hand unbarred the shutter, The clammy lips of fever smiled The welcome that they could not utter." Before he had been in his curacy long there were very, very many who welcomed...
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Living voices, selections chiefly from recent poetry [compiled by E. Spooner].

Living voices - 1873
...them. And he was kind, and loved to sit In the low hut or garnished cottage, And praise the farmer's homely wit, And share the widow's homelier pottage...could not utter. He always had a tale for me Of Julius Cassar, or of Venus ; From him I learned the rule of three, Cat's-cradle, leap-frog, and Quae genus....
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Lauterdale [by J. Fogerty]. 3vols, Volume 1

J. Fogerty - 1873
...shadow fell upon their threshold. " At hie approach complaint grew mild ; And when his hand unbarr'd the shutter, The clammy lips of fever smiled . The welcome which they could not utter." The Friends in Lauterdale, as a body, were somewhat antagonistic to the Established Church and its...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 140

1874
...burning. And he was kind, and loved to sit In the low hut or garnished cottage, And praise the farmer's homely wit, And share the widow's homelier pottage...fever smiled The welcome which they could not utter. This is not poetry to move the world ; there is no vehemence of passion in it, but it is true drawing...
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The Kaskleynes, Volume 1

1875
...them. " And he was kind, and loved to sit In the low hut, or garnished cottage, And praise the farmer's homely wit, And share the widow's homelier pottage...smiled The welcome which they could not utter." He caine in now with a genial, kindly apology to those of his guests who were in the tea-room for not...
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Poets and Novelists: A Series of Literary Studies

George Barnett Smith - Authors, American - 1875 - 422 pages
...burning. And he was kind, and loved to sit In the low hut or garnished cottage, And praise the farmer's homely wit, And share the widow's homelier pottage...fever smiled The welcome which they could not utter.' This is not poetry to move the world ; there is no vehemence of passion in it, but it is true drawing...
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