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" Which stemmed the studded archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry isles ; The healthy slumber, earned by sportive toils ; The palm, the loftiest Dryad of the woods, Within whose bosom infant Bacchus broods, While eagles scarce build higher... "
A Lady's Cruise in a French Man-of-war - Page ii
by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming - 1882 - 389 pages
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The Island, Or Christian and His Comrades

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1823 - 94 pages
...roam, The soil where every cottage shewed a home ; The sea-spread net, the lightly-launched canoe, 250 Which stemmed the studded Archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry isles ; The healthy slumber, earned by sportive toils ; The palm, the loftiest Dryad of the woods, Within...
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The Island: Or, Christian and His Comrades

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Bounty Mutiny, 1789 - 1823 - 94 pages
...glow, Which seemed so white in climes that knew no snow. The chace, the race, the liberty to roam, The soil where every cottage showed a home; The sea-spread net, the lightly-launched canoe, Which stemmed the studded Archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry...
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The beauties of modern literature, in verse and prose: to which is prefixed ...

Martin M'Dermot - English literature - 1824 - 484 pages
...liberty to roam, The soil where every cottage shewed a home ; The sea- spread net, the lightly-launched canoe, Which stemmed the studded Archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry isles ; The healthy slumber, earned by sportive toils ; The palm, the loftiest Dryad of the woods, Within...
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The works of the rt. hon. lord Byron

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1824
...paler glow, Which seemed so white in climes that knew no anowThe chace, the race, the liherty to roam, The soil where every cottage showed a home; The sea-spread net, the lightly-launched canoe. Which stemmed the studded Archipelago, O'er whose hlue hosom rose the starry...
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The works of lord Byron, containing Werner, Heaven and earth, Morgante ...

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1824
...glow, Which seemed so white in climes that knew no snow. The chase, the race, the liberty to roam, The soil where every cottage showed a home: The sea-spread net, the lightly-launched canoe, 250 Which stemmed the studded Archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry...
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The works of ... lord Byron

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1824
...glow, Which seemed so white in climes that knew no snow. The chace, the race, the liberty to roam, The soil where every cottage showed a home ; The sea-spread net, the lightly-launched canoe, 250 Which stemmed the studded Archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry...
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Colonization and Christianity: a popular history of the treatment of the ...

William Howitt - Blacks - 1838 - 508 pages
...climes that knew no snow. The chase, the race, the liberty to roam The soil where every cottage shewed a home ; The sea-spread net, the lightly launched...Archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry isles; The healthy slumber caused by sportive toils; The palm, the loftiest dryad of the woods, Within whose...
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Colonization and Christianity: A Popular History of the Treatment of the ...

William Howitt - Atrocities - 1838 - 508 pages
...knew no snow. The chase, the race, the liberty to roam The soil where every cottage shewed a home ; 4 The sea-spread net, the lightly launched canoe, Which...Archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry isles ; The healthy slumber caused by sportive toils; The palm, the loftiest dryad of the woods, Within whose...
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Peoples of the world, by B. Parkes-Belloc

1870
...liberty to roam, The soil where every cottage showed a home ; ji The sea-spread net, the lightly-launched canoe, • Which stemmed the studded archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry isles ; The healthy slumber caused by sportive toils ; The palm, the loftiest dryad of the woods, Within...
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The New Hebrides and Christian Missions: With a Sketch of the Labour Traffic ...

Robert Steel - Forced labor - 1880 - 485 pages
...tell the love of God." CHAPTER XIII. THE SHEPHERD ISLES. ' The chase, the race, the liberty to roam, The soil where every cottage showed a home ; The sea-spread...archipelago, O'er whose blue bosom rose the starry isles ; The healthy slumber, earned by sportive toils ; The kava feast, the yam, the cocoa's nut, Which bears...
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