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" Tis a life-restoring flood To repair the wasted blood, The cheapest and the best in all the land ; And vainly gold will try For the Queen's own lips to buy Such a treat. From the rim it trickles down Of the mountain's granite crown Clear and cool ; Keen... "
The Language and Literature of the Scottish Highlands - Page 177
by John Stuart Blackie - 1876 - 331 pages
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The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of ..., Volume 9

Royal institution of Great Britain - 1882
...spring of lively cheer, Sparkling cool and clear, And filtered through the sand At their feet ; 'Tig a life-restoring flood To repair the wasted blood...to reign In the chambers of the brain With misrule ; Where dark water-cresses grow You will trace its quiet flow, With mossy border yellow, So mild, and...
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The Living Age, Volume 154

1882
...shining fair, And sending glory everywhere, Makes an eternal temple there. Good Words. GENEVIEVE IRONS. FROM the rim it trickles down Of the mountain's granite...veins with lively flow, Yet it knoweth not to reign Through the chambers of the brain With misrule ; Where dark water-cresses grow You will trace its quiet...
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Proceedings, Volume 9

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Science - 1882
...spring of lively cheer, Sparkling cool and clear, And filtered through the sand ' At their feet ; 'Tie a life-restoring flood To repair the wasted blood...to reign In the chambers of the brain With misrule ; Where dark water-cresses grow You will trace its quiet flow, With mossy border yellow. Bo mild, and...
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The American Magazine, Volume 15

1883
...doleful tale — which she not unfrequenuy tells — of " Old Nickson's Will." A MOUNTAIN STREAM. FBOM the rim it trickles down Of the mountain's granite...veins with lively flow. Yet it knoweth not to reign Through the chambers of the brain With misrule; Where dark water-cresses grow You will trace its quiet...
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The Literature of the Highlanders: A History of Gaelic Literature from the ...

Nigel MacNeill - Scottish Gaelic literature - 1892 - 350 pages
...washing In the pools, Like lovers newly wedded, Light-hearted, giddy-headed Little fools. JTo thir?t have they beside The mill-brook's flowing tide And...to reign In the chambers of the brain With misrule ; Where dark water-cresses grow You will trace its quiet flow, With mossy border yellow, So mild, and...
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The Literature of the Highlanders: A History of Gaelic Literature from the ...

Nigel MacNeill - Scottish Gaelic literature - 1898 - 350 pages
...giddy-headed Little fools. No thir?t have they beside The mill-brook's flowing tide And the pure well's luc1d pride Honey-sweet ; A spring of lively cheer, Sparkling,...to reign In the chambers of the brain With misrule ; Where dark water-cresses grow You will trace its quiet flow, With mossy border yellow, So mild, and...
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