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" And count the silent moments as they pass; — "The winged moments, whose unstaying speed No art can stop or in their course arrest, Whose flight shall shortly count me with the dead, And lay me down in peace with them that rest. "
The British Essayists - Page 190
edited by - 1807
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The young gentleman and lady's poetical preceptor, selected [by T. Woolston].

Young gentleman, Thomas Woolston (editor.) - 1807
...moments, whofe unfiaying fpeed No art can ftop, or in their coarfearreft ; Wliofe ftight (hall (hortly count me with the dead, And lay me down in peace with then that reli. Oft morning-dreams prefage approaching fate ; And morning-dreams, as poets tell, are...
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Specimens of the British poets

British poets - 1809
...the ghost of what I -was, Beneath some blasted tree I lie reclin'd, And count the silent moments as they pass : The winged moments, whose unstaying speed...And lay me down in peace with them that rest. Oft morning-dreams presage approaching fate; And morning-dreams, as poets tell, are true : Led by pale...
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Caledonian Sketches, Or A Tour Through Scotland in 1807: To which is ...

Sir John Carr - Scotland - 1809 - 317 pages
...the ghost of what I was, Beneath some blasted tree I lie reclin'd, And count the silent moments as they pass—- The winged moments, whose unstaying...with the dead, And lay me down in peace with them to rest." In this little town there are no less than three schools, in each, of which writing and accounts...
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Institutions et vie municipale à Aix-en-Provence sous la Révolution: 1789-an ...

Christiane Derobert-Ratel - Aix-en-Provence (France) - 1809 - 672 pages
...the ghost of what I was, Beneath some blasted tree I lie reclin'd, And count the silent moments as they pass,— The winged moments, whose unstaying speed No art can stop, or in their coarse arrest; Whose flight shall shortly count me with the dead, And lay me down in peace with them...
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Glenochel, a descriptive poem

James Kennedy (of Glasgow.) - 1810
...ghost of what I was, Beneath some blasted tree I lie reclin'd, And count the moments as they silent pass : " THE winged moments, whose unstaying speed...fate; And morning dreams, as poets tell, are true. J 222 Led by pale ghosts, I enter death's dark gate, And bid the realms of light and life adieu. "...
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Letters to John Aikin, M. D.: On His Volume of Vocal Poetry: and on His ...

James Plumptre - Songs, English - 1811 - 472 pages
...mentioned before. L. ii. p. 51. P. 27. In " Now spring returns, but not to me returns," it is said, Oft morning dreams presage approaching fate, And morning...poets tell, are true; Led by pale ghosts, I enter death's dark gate, And bid the realms of life and light adieu. No. 1 1 . p. 21 . In " Lo qwhat it is...
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Poetical selections, consisting of the most approved pieces of our best ...

Poetical selections - 1811 - 300 pages
...what I was, Beneath some blasted tree I lie reclin'd, And count the silent moments as they pass; Thi? winged moments, whose unstaying speed No art can stop, or in their conrse arrest; Whose flight shall shortly count me with the dead, And lay me down in peace with those...
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Elegant extracts

Elegant extracts - English poetry - 1816 - 1064 pages
...the ghost of what I was, Beneath some blasted tree I lie reclin'd, And count the silent moments as they pass: The winged moments, whose unstaying speed...poets tell, are true: Led by pale ghosts, I enter death's dark gate. And bid the realms of light and life adieu ! 1 hear the helpless wail, the shriek...
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The British Essayists: To which are Prefixed Prefaces, Biographical ...

James Ferguson (advocate.) - English essays - 1819
...pale, the ghost of what I was, Beneath some blasted tree I He reclin'd, And count the silent moments as they pass. The winged moments, whose unstaying speed...poets tell, are true. Led by pale ghosts, I enter death's ilark gate, And bid the realms of light and life adieu ! I bear the helpless wail, the shriek...
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Churchill, 1764, to Johnson, 1784

Thomas Campbell - Authors, English - 1819
...tree I lie reclin'd, And count the silent moments as they pass : The winged moments, whose mislaying speed No art can stop, or in their course arrest ;...poets tell, are true. Led by pale ghosts, I enter death's dark gate, And bid the realms of light and life adieu. I hear the helpless wail, the shriek...
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