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" Erin, my country ! though sad and forsaken, In dreams I revisit thy sea-beaten shore ; But, alas ! in a far foreign land I awaken, And sigh for the friends who can meet me no more ! Oh cruel fate ! wilt thou never replace me In a mansion of peace —... "
Gertrude of Wyoming, and other poems - Page 115
by Thomas Campbell - 1819 - 160 pages
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Spirit of the Public Journals, Volume 4

Charles Molloy Westmacott - 1801
...revifit thy feabeaten fliore ; But alas ! in a far foreign land I awaken, And figh for the fricuds who can meet me no more. Oh, cruel fate! wilt thou never replace me In a manlion of peace, where no peril can chafe me ? Ah, ne'er again {hall my brothers embrace me ! They...
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The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of ..., Volume 4

Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott - English literature - 1801
...forfaken, In dreams I revifit thy leabeaten fliore ; But alas ! in a far foreign land I awaken, And figli for the friends who can meet me no more. Oh, cruel fate! wilt thon never replace me In a manlion of peace, where no peril can chafe me ? Ah, ne'er again fliall my...
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The pleasures of hope; with other poems

Thomas Campbell - 1803 - 144 pages
...though sad and forsaken, In dreams I revisit thy sea-beaten shore; But, alas! in a far foreign land I awaken, And sigh for the friends who can meet me no...died to defend me, or live to deplore! Where is my cabin door, fast by the wild wood? Sisters and sire, did ye weep for its fall? Where is the mother...
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Ashburner's new vocal and poetic repository, selected by Queery Queerum

George Ashburner - 1807
...foreign land 1 awaken, And sigh for the friends who can ineet me n» inore. • v - t* •; And thou, cruel Fate, wilt thou never replace me In a mansion of peace, where no peril can chace me ? Ah ! never again shall my brothers embrace me ! They died to defend me, or live...
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Poetical selections, consisting of the most approved pieces of our best ...

Poetical selections - 1811 - 300 pages
...dreams I revisit thy sea-beaten shore ; But, alas! in a far foreign land I awaken, And sigh forthe friends who can meet me no more ! Oh, cruel fate !...died to defend me, or live to deplore ! Where is my cabin door, fast by the wild wood ? Sisters and sire! did ye weep for its fall ? Where is the mother...
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William and Ellen: A Poem in Three Cantos; with Other Poetical Works of an ...

American poetry - 1811 - 158 pages
...for Bye!" Mendin, my birth place ! still sad and forsaken, In dreams I revisit thy well-waterM vale ; Oh cruel fate ! wilt thou never replace me In a mansion of peace, where no scoffings can trace me ' Never again shall my brothers embrace me, Who pant to avenge me, but live...
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Observations on the character, customs, and superstitions of the Irish

Daniel Dewar - 1812
...sad and forsaken, " In dreams I revisit thy sea-beaten shore ; " But alas ! in a far foreign land I awaken, " And sigh for the friends who can meet me no more 1 " "Where is my cabin door, fast by the wild wood ? " Sisters and sires did ye weep for its fall ?...
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The pocket encyclopedia of Scottish, English, and Irish songs, selected from ...

Scottish songs - 1816
...though sad and forsaken, In dreams I revisit thy sea-beaten shore; But, alas ! in a far foreign land I awaken, And sigh for the friends who can meet me no more. Ah ! cruel fate ! wilt thou never replace me In a mansion of peace, where no perils can chase w' Ah...
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Briefe an eine deutsche Edelfrau: über die neusten englischen Dichter

Friedrich Johann Jacobsen - 1820 - 741 pages
...sea-beaten shore; But alas i in a far foreign land I awaken, And sigh for the friends who can meet me wo more! Oh cruel fate ! wilt thou never replace me In...where no perils can chase me ? Never again, shall my brotliers embrace me? They died to defend me, or live to deplore! Wliere is my cabin -door, fast by...
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British melodies, extracts from the modern poets [signed J.H.R.].

British melodies - 1820
...forsaken! In dreams I revisit thy sea-beaten shore; But alas! in a far foreign land I awaken, And sigh foe the friends who can meet me no more! Oh cruel fate ! wilt thou sever replace me In a mansion of peace — where no perils can chase me ? Never again, shaM my brothers...
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