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" I am content to die — but oh ! not now !— Not while the blossoms of the joyous spring Make the warm air such luxury to breathe — Not while the birds such lays of gladness sing — Not while bright flowers around my footsteps wreathe. Spare me, great... "
Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting ... - Page 209
1831
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The Pocket magazine of classic and polite literature. [Continued as] The ...

1833
...NORTON. Fainter her slow step falls from day to day, Death's hand is heavy on her darkening hrow ; Yet doth she fondly cling to earth, and say, " I am content to die — hut, oh ! not now ! — Not while the hlossoms of the joyous spring; Make the warm air such luxury...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 6

Great Britain - 1831
...IAKTH. " Fainter her slow step falls from day to day, Death's hand Is heavy on her darkening brow ; Yet doth she fondly cling to earth, and say, ' I am content...breathe — Not while the birds such lays of gladness singNot while bright flowers around my footsteps wreathe Spare me, great God ! lift up my drooping...
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Rural Repository, Volume 9

1882
...brow ; Yet fondly doth she cling to earth and say, * I am content to die — hul oh, not now I — Not while the blossoms of the joyous spring Make the warm air such luxiny to breathe — Not while the birds such lays of gladness sing — Not while bright flowers around...
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First Class Reader

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - Readers - 1833 - 276 pages
...darkening brow; Yet doth she fondly cling to earth, and say, FAINTER her slow step falls from day to day, Make the warm air such luxury to breathe— Not while the birds such lays of gladness sing— ' I am content to die—but, oh! not now!— Not while the blossoms of the joyous spring Not while...
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The Monthly Repository and Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Volume 4

1834
...NORTON. Fainter her slow steps fall from day to day; Death's hand is heavy on her darkening brow ; Yet doth she fondly cling to earth and say, "I am content to die—but oh! not now !— Not while the blossoms of the joyous spring Hake the warm air such luxury...
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The Book of Gems: The Poets and Artists of Great Britain

Samuel Carter Hall - English poetry - 1838
...EARTH. FA1NTKR her slow step falls from day to day, Death's hand is heavy on her darkening hrow ; Yet doth she fondly cling to earth, and say, " I am content...to die, — but, oh ! not now ! — Not while the hlossoms of the joyous spring Make the warm air such luxury to hreathe ; Not while the hirds such lays...
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The First Class Reader: a Selection for Exercises in Reading: From Standard ...

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - Readers - 1838 - 276 pages
...NORTON. FAINTER her slow step falls from day to day, Death's hand is heavy on her darkening brow; Yet doth she fondly cling to earth, and say, ' I am content to die—but, oh! not now!— Not while the blossoms of the joyous spring Make the warm air such luxury...
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The First-class Reader

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - Readers (Secondary) - 1841 - 276 pages
...known among Spaniards by the name of' The last sigh of the Moor ' LESSON LXXX. The Child of Earth. — MRS. NORTON. FAINTER her slow step falls from day...the birds such lays of gladness sing — Not while the bright flowers round my footsteps wreathe Spare me, great God! lift up my drooping brow — I am...
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The Dream

Caroline Sheridan Norton - English literature - 1841 - 299 pages
...EARTH. I. FAINTER her slow step falls from day to day, Death's hand is heavy on her darkening brow ; Yet doth she fondly cling to earth, and say, " I am content...breathe ; Not while the birds such lays of gladness sing ; II. The spring hath ripen'd into summer-time, The season's viewless boundary is past ; The glorious...
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The Dream, and Other Poems

Caroline Sheridan Norton - English poetry - 1845 - 248 pages
...EARTH. L FAINTER her slow step falls from day to day, Death's hand is heavy on her darkening brow; Yet doth she fondly cling to earth, and say, " I am content to die. but, oh ! not now ! Not while the blossom? of the joyous spring Make the warm air such luxury to breathe Not while the birds such lays...
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