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" Nature embellish'd the tint Of thy fields, and thy mountains so fair, Did she ever intend that a tyrant should print The footstep of slavery there? No! Freedom, whose smile we shall never resign, Go, tell our invaders, the Danes, That 'tis sweeter to... "
The Works of Thomas Moore, Esq - Page 98
by Thomas Moore - 1825 - 6 pages
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Camp-fires of the Revolution; Or, The War of Independence, Illustrated by ...

Henry Clay Watson - 1859 - 447 pages
...battle, are set; But enough of their glory remains on each sword To light us to victory yet! Wollansac! when nature embellish'd the tint Of thy fields and...Did she ever intend that a tyrant should print The footsteps of slavery there? No ! Freedom, whoso smiles we shall never resign, Told those who invaded...
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Irish melodies, songs, and poems

Thomas Moore - Folk songs, Irish - 1859 - 190 pages
...KinkoraJ no more ! That star of the field, which so often has pour'd Its beam on the battle, is set; But enough of its glory remains on each sword, To light us to victory yet. Mononia ! when nature embellished the tint Of thy fields, and thy mountains so fair, Did she ever intend that a tyrant should...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore, Page 45

Thomas Moore - 1860
...battle, is set; But enough of its glory remains on each sword, To light us to victory yet. Mononial when Nature embellish'd the tint Of thy fields, and...The footstep of slavery there? No! Freedom, whose smile we shall never resign, Go, tell our invaders, the Danes, That 'tis sweeter to bleed for an age...
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Poetical Works

Thomas Moore - 1861 - 747 pages
...Kinkora9 no more. That star of the field, which so often hath pour'd Its beam on the battle, is set ; Bat enough of its glory remains on each sword, To light...tyrant should print The footstep of slavery there 1 No ! Freedom, whose smile we shall never resign, Go, tell our invaders, the Danes, That 'tis sweeter...
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The Pope and His Patron

Sir George Otto Trevelyan - English drama - 1862 - 49 pages
...Bologna! When Pio determined the grant Of tithes to thy convents so fair, Mononia! When nature embellished the tint Of thy fields, and thy mountains so fair, Did she ever intend that a tyrant should plant The footstep of slavery there ? No! Freedom, whose smile we shall never resign, Go, tell our...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore, with illustr. by K. Halswelle

Thomas Moore - 1863
...palace of Brieu. That star of the field, which so often has pour'd Its beam on the battle, is set ; But enough of its glory remains on each sword To light us to glory yet ! Mononia ! when nature embellish'd the tint Of thy fields and thy mountains so fair, Did...
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The British Poets, Volume 4

1865
...Kinkora J no more. That star of the field, which so often hath pourM Its beam on the battle, is set ; But enough of its glory remains on each sword, To light...The footstep of slavery there ? No ! Freedom, whose smile we shall never resign, Go, tell our invaders, the Danes, That 'tis sweeter to bleed for an age...
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Black's Guide to Dublin and the Wicklow Mountains

Dublin (Ireland) - 1865 - 106 pages
...Kinkora no more. That star of the field, which so often hath poured Its beam on the battle, is set ; But enough of its glory remains on each sword, To light us to victory yet." MOORX. It is doubted by many writers whether the victory was really in favour of the Irish. It is generally,...
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IRISH MELODIES AND SACRED SONGS.

THOMAS MOORE. - 1869
...Kinkorat no more. That star of the field, which so often hath pour'd Its heam on the battle, is set ; But enough of its glory remains on each sword, To light us to victory vet. Mononia ! when Nature embellished the tint Of thy fields, and thy mountains so fair, Did she ever...
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History of the Irish Brigades in the Service of France: From the Revolution ...

John Cornelius O'Callaghan - France - 1870 - 649 pages
...Voltaire, who had official infonnation, specifies as about 18.000 for Tournay, and 0000 for Bat enongh o/ its glory remains on each sword, To light us to victory yet! " • — MOOHE. The position selected by the Marshal de Saxe, to fight the Allies who approached to...
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