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" She fell ; she trembled — and died. By the brook of the hill their graves are laid ; a birch's unequal shade covers their tomb. Often on their green earthen tombs the branchy sons of the mountain feed, when mid-day is all in flames, and silence is over... "
Fragments of ancient poetry, collected in the highlands of Scotland, and tr ... - Page 36
by Fragments - 1760
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The Book of South Wales, the Wye, and the Coast

Mrs. S. C. Hall - Wales, South - 1861 - 152 pages
...the bard ' pours forth his soul in song,' mourning the death of Oscar, and his faithful Dcrrnid: — 'By the brook of the hill their graves are laid ; a birch's unequal shade covers their tombs. Often, on their green earthen tombs, the sons of the mountain feed, when...
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Aungervyle society reprints [ed. by E.M. Goldsmid].

Aungervyle society - 1881
...can meet death. My sorrow I can end thus. — She pierced her white Bosom with steel. She fell ; she trembled ; and died. By the Brook of the Hill their graves are laid ; a Birch's unequal shade covers their Tomb. Often on their green earthen Tombs the sons of the Mountain feed, when Mid-day...
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JAMES MACPHERSON

BAILEY SAUNDERS - 1894
...Their swords were stained with the blood of the valiant : warriors fainted at their names. . . . " By the brook of the hill their graves are laid ; a birch's unequal shade covers their tomb. Often on their green earthen tombs the branchy sons of the mountain feed,...
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Scotland in Music: A European Enthusiasm

Roger Fiske - Music - 1983 - 234 pages
...I can meet death. My sorrow I can end. - She pierced her white bosom with the steel. She fell; she trembled; and died. By the brook of the hill their graves are laid; a birch's unequal shade covers their tomb. Often on their green earthen tombs the branchy sons of the mountain feed,...
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Celticism

Terence Brown - History - 1996 - 299 pages
...pleased can I meet death. My sorrow can I end thus. She pierced her white bosom with steel. She fell; she trembled; and died. By the brook of the hill their graves are laid; a birch's unequal shade covers their tomb. Often on their green earthen tombs the branchy sons of the mountains feed,...
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The Schubert Song Companion

John Reed - Music - 1997 - 510 pages
...of the mighty Dargo. My sorrow I can end. She pierced her white bosom with the steel. She fell, she trembled, and died. By the brook of the hill their graves are laid; a birch's unequal shade covers their tomb. The text was not attributed directly by Macpherson to 'Ossian' but was included...
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Ossian and Ossianism: The poems of Ossian, Volume 2

Dafydd Moore - Celts in literature - 2004 - 600 pages
...can meet death. My forrow I can end.— . She pierced her white bofom with the fleetShe fell ; flic trembled ; and died. By the brook of the hill their graves are laid ; a birch's unequal fllade covers their tomb. Often on their green earthen tombs the branchy fons of the mountain feed,...
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