| Edmund Burke - 1812
...will be : A Priest attends — it seems the one he knew In his best days, beneath whose care he grew. **At this his Terrors take a sudden flight, He sees...with delight ; The House, the Chamber, where he once** array'U His youthful Person ; where he knelt and pray'd : • Then too the Comforts he enjoy'd at home,... | |
| 1810
...will be: A priest attends — it seems the one he knew In his best days, beneath whose care he grew. **At this his terrors take a sudden flight — He sees...where he knelt and pray'd: Then too the comforts he** enjoy 'd at home, The days of joy; the joys themselves are come;— The hours of innocence; — the... | |
| Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1810
...he knew In his best days, beneath whose care l^e grew. At this his terrors take a sudden Might—. **He sees his native village with delight ; The house,...The hours of innocence ; — the timid look ' Of his** lov'd rnaid, when tirst her hand he took And told his hope ; her trembling joy appears, Her forc'd... | |
| George Crabbe - 1810 - 330 ÆäÀÌÁö
...will be : A priest attends — it seems the one he knew In his best days, beneath whose care he grew. **At this his terrors take a sudden flight, He sees...where he knelt and pray'd: Then too the comforts he** cnjoy'd at home, The days of joy; the joys themselves are come; — The hours of innocence; — the... | |
| George Crabbe - 1810 - 344 ÆäÀÌÁö
...he once array'd His youthful Person ; where he knelt and pray'd : Then too the Comforts he enjoy 'd **at home, The Days of Joy ; the Joys themselves are...The Hours of Innocence ;— the timid Look Of his** lov'd Maid, when first ber hand he took And told his hope ; her trembling Joy appears,— Her forc'd... | |
| George Crabbe - 1810 - 344 ÆäÀÌÁö
...His youthful Person; where he knelt andjpr»y'd:. , , „ • i Then too th,erpatafoits he enjoy 'd **at home^ ^ . ,,. . ,, ....'.? The Days of Joy ; the...are come;— The Hours of Innocence;— the timid** Lobfc '>''.•' i ' Of his lov'd Maid, when first her hand he took '. And told his hope ; her trembling... | |
| 1812
...will be : A Prieit attends— it seems the one he knew In his best days, beneath whose care he grew. **At this his Terrors take a sudden flight, He sees...House, the Chamber, where he once array'd His youthful** Perron ; where be knelt and pray'd : Then too the Comforts be enjoy'd at home, The Day* of Joy ; the... | |
| George Crabbe - 1816
...will be : A Priest attends—it seems, the one he knew In his best days, beneath whose care he grew. **At this his Terrors take a sudden flight, He sees...Comforts he enjoy'd at home, The Days of Joy; the** Joy» themselves are cow*;— The Hours of Innocence ;—the timid Look Of his lov'd Maid, when first... | |
| George Crabbe - 1820
...will be : A Priest attends — it seems, the one he knew In his best days, beneath whose care he grew. **At this his Terrors take a sudden flight, He sees...The Hours of Innocence ;— the timid Look Of his** lov'd Maid, when first her hand he took And told his Hope ; her trembling Joy appears, Her forc'd Reserve... | |
| George Crabbe - 1823
...will be : A priest attends — it seems, the one he knew In Ms best days, beneath whose care he grew. **At this his terrors take a sudden flight, He sees...with delight; The house, the chamber, where he once** array 'd His youthful person ; where he knelt and pray'd : Then too the comforts he enjoy'd at home,... | |
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