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" ... grass forces upon our imagination the recollection ; that it owes its dark luxuriance to the foul and festering remnants of mortality which ferment beneath. The daisy which sprinkles the sod, and the harebell which hangs over it, derive their pure... "
Miscellaneous Essays: By Archibald Alison - Page 71
by Sir Archibald Alison - 1845 - 390 pages
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A Criticism of the Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard

John Young - 1810 - 432 pages
...which sprinkles the sod, and the hare-bell which ' hangs over it, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of ' Heaven, and their growth impresses us...have once been what we now are, and that, as their ' reliques are now identified with their mother earth, ours ' shall, at some future period, undergo...
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Tales of My Landlord, Volumes 1-2

Walter Scott - 1820 - 370 pages
...which sprinkles the sod, and the hare-bell which hangs over ir, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of Heaven, and their growth impresses us with...period when they have been first impressed. Those f Note by Mr Jedediah Cleishbotham —1 hat I kept my plight in this meUincholy mutter with my deceased...
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Letters to Richard Heber, Esq., M.P.: Containing Critical Remarks on the ...

John Leycester Adolphus - 1822 - 228 pages
...which sprinkles the sod, and the hare-bell which hangs over it, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of Heaven, and their growth impresses us with...have once been what we now are, and that, as their reliques are now identified with their mother earth, ours shall, at some future period, undergo the...
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Letters to Richard Heber, Esq., M.P.: Containing Critical Remarks on the ...

John Leycester Adolphus - 1822 - 228 pages
...which sprinkles the sod, and the hare-bell which hangs over it, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of Heaven, and their growth impresses us with...has indeed been here, and its traces are before us j- but they are softened and deprived of their horror by our distance from the period when they have...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation

John Pierpont - 1823 - 492 pages
...which sprinkles the sod, and the hare-bell which hangs over it, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of heaven, and their growth impresses us with...before us ; but they are softened and deprived of their horrour by our distance i'rom the period when they have been first impressed. Those who sleep beneath...
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Tales of My Landlord: 1st ser, Volumes 1-2

Walter Scott - 1834 - 708 pages
...daisy which sprinkles the sod, and the harebell which hangs over it, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of Heaven, and their growth impresses us with...have once been what we now are, and that, as their reliques are now identified with their mother earth, ours shall, at some future period, undergo the...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation ...

John Pierpont - 1835 - 496 pages
...which sprinkles the sod, and the hare-bell which hangs over it, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of heaven, and their growth impresses us with...their horror by our distance from the period when th«y- have been first impressed. Those who sleep beneath are only connected with us by the reflection...
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Tales of My Landlord: 1st ser

Walter Scott - 1836 - 686 pages
...harebell which hangs over it, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of Heaven, and their growtii impresses us with no degrading or disgusting recollections....from the period when they have been first impressed. __ Those who sleep beneath are only connected with us by the reflection that they have once been what...
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Waverley novels. Parker's ed., revised, Volumes 9-10

sir Walter Scott (bart [novels, collected]) - 1839 - 682 pages
...harebell which hangs over it, derive their pure nourishment from the dew of Heaven, and their growtii impresses us with no degrading or disgusting recollections....beneath are only connected with us by the reflection ^hat they have once been what we now are, and that, as their reliques are now identified with their...
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Waverley Novels ...

Walter Scott - 1841 - 376 pages
...the dew of heaven, and their S'owth impresses us with no degrading or disgusting recollections, eath has indeed been here, and its traces are before us...period when they have been first impressed. Those who * Note, by Mr Jedediah Cleiihlotltam.— That I kept my plight in this melancholy matter with my deceased...
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