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" Second Voice. How lovely, how sweet the repose of the tomb ! No tempests are there : — but the nightingales come And sing their sweet chorus of bliss. First Voice. The ravens of night flap their wings o'er the grave : Tis the vulture's abode, 'tis the... "
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Specimens of the Russian Poets, Volume 1

Russian poetry - 1821
...is its sleep, And flow'rets perfume it with ether. FIRST VOICE. SECOND VOICE. How lovely, how lone the repose of the tomb ! No tempests are there : —...with his love, Or rests on the sod ; — while the turtles above, Repose on the bough that o'erhangs. FIRST VOICE. There darkness and dampness with poisonous...
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Rossiĭskai͡a Antologii͡a: Specimens of Russian Poets, with Preliminary ...

Sir John Bowring - Russian poetry - 1821 - 240 pages
...serves the fool toad for a bed, And snakes in its nettle weeds hiss. SECOND VOICE. How lovely, how sweet the repose of the tomb : No tempests are there: —...with his love, Or rests on the sod ; — while the turtles above, Repose on the bough that o'erhangs. FIRST VOICE. There darkness and dampness with poisonous...
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Specimens of the Russian poets: With preliminary remarks and ..., Volume 1

English poetry - 1821
...serves the foul toad for a bed, And snakes in its nettle-weeds hiss. SECOND VOICE. How lovely, how lone the repose of the tomb ! No tempests are there : —...with his love, Or rests on the sod ; — while the turtles above, Repose on the bough that o'erhangs. FIRST VOICE. There darkness and dampness with poisonous...
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The London Magazine, Volume 3

1821
...abode : — 'tis the wolf*« dreary cave, • Plakalschitzii — women hired .to mourn touiA» corpse. Where they tear up the earth with their fangs. Second Voice. There the coney »t evening disport» with hi» love, Or rests on the sod ; — while the turtles above, — Repose...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volume 3

Henry Ware - 1822
...nettle-weeds hiss. Second Voice. How lovely, how sweet the repose of the tomb : No tempests are there :—hut the nightingales come, And sing their sweet chorus...disports with his love, Or rests on the sod ;—while the turtles above, Repose on the bough that o'erhangs. First Voice. There darkness and dampness with poisonous...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volume 3

Noah Worcester - 1822
...serves the foul toad for a bed, And snakes in its nettle-weeds hiss. Second Voice. How lovely, how sweet the repose of the tomb : No tempests are there : — but the nightingales come, Aod sing their sweet chorus of bliss. First Voice. The ravens of night flap their wings o'er the grave...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation, Book 4

John Pierpont - Recitations - 1823 - 480 pages
...Voice. How lovely, how sweet the repose of the tomb : No tempests are there :— but the nightingale* come And sing their sweet chorus of bliss. First Voice....The ravens of night flap their wings o'er the grave : T" the vulture's abode:— 'tis the wolf's dreary cave. Where they tear up the earth with their fangs....
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The Tourist: A Literary and Anti-slavery Journal

Slavery - 1833
...snakes in its nettle-weeds hiss. SECOND VOICK. How lovely, how lone the repose of the tomb! Notempests are there — but the nightingales come And sing their sweet chorus of bliss. PIHIT VOICE* The ravens of night flap their wing» o'er the grave ; Tis the vulture's abode — 'ti*...
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The American First Class Book: Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation ...

John Pierpont - Readers and speakers - 1835 - 480 pages
...serves the foul toad for a bed, And snakes in its nettle weeds hiss. Second Voice. How lovely, how sweet the repose of the tomb : No tempests are there : —...the earth with their fangs. Second Voice. There the cony* at evening disports with his love, Or rests on the sod ; — while the turtles above, Repose...
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The American First Class Book: Or, Exercises in Reading and ..., Book 4

John Pierpont - Readers - 1835 - 480 pages
...serves the foul toad for a bed, And snakes in its nettle weeds hiss. Second Voice. How lovely, how sweet the repose of the tomb : No tempests are there : —...the grave : 'Tis the vulture's abode ; — 'tis the wolfs dreary care, Where they tear up the earth with their fangs. Second Voice. There the cony* at...
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