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" Old Bulmer's Oak, is gone to sea. " The church-way walk is now no more, " And men must other ways explore : " Though this indeed promotion gains, " For this the park's new wall contains ; " And here I fear we shall not... "
Posthumous Poems of the Rev. George Crabbe - Page 151
by George Crabbe - 1835 - 297 pages
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1834 - 566 pages
...Or, lassie, lead me to the west, " Where grew the elm-trees thick and tall, " Where rooks unnumber'd build their nest — •' Deliberate birds, and prudent...multitude." ' " The rooks are shot, the trees are fell'd, " And nest and nursery all expell'd ; " With better fate the giant-tree, "' Old Bulmer's Oak,...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 24

1834 - 508 pages
...and tall, Where rooks unnumber'd build their nest — Deliberate birds and prudent all : Their iwtes, indeed, are harsh and rude, But they're a social multitude." " The rooks are shot, the trees are fell'd, And nest and nursery all expell'd ; With better fate the giant-tree, Old Bulmer's Onk, is gone...
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The last autumn at a favourite residence, with other poems. With ...

Rose Lawrence - 1836 - 442 pages
....•f'ntionvitr lirei&nirr —"Where grow the elm-trees thick and tall, Where rooks unnumbered build their nests, Deliberate birds ! and prudent all : Their notes,...are harsh and rude, But they're a social multitude." Crabbe. ERRATA. Page 12, line 1, for terrace's read terrace* — 14, for ffora read Horas. — See...
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The Last Autumn at a Favorite Residence with Other Poems: And Recollections ...

Mrs. Lawrence (Rose) - 1836 - 446 pages
...3ttc«fi>nire — "Where grow the elm-trees thick and tall. Where rooks unnumbered build their nests, Deliberate birds ! and prudent all : Their notes,...are harsh and rude, But they're a social multitude." Cratbt. ERRATA. Paee 12, line 1, for terrace's read terrace* — 14, for //ora read Hor<M.-See note...
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Poetical Works, Volume 8

George Crabbe - 1839 - 344 pages
...Or, lassie, lead me to the west, " Where grew the elm-trees thick and tall, " Where rooks unnumber'd build their nest — " Deliberate birds, and prudent...social multitude. " " The rooks are shot, the trees are fell'd, " And nest and nursery all expell'd ; " With better fate the giant-tree, " Old Bulmer's Oak,...
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The poetical works of ... George Crabbe, with his letters and journals, and ...

George Crabbe - 1839 - 342 pages
...Or, lassie, lead me to the west, " Where grew the elm-trees thick and tall, " Where rooks unnumber'd build their nest — " Deliberate birds, and prudent...social multitude. " " The rooks are shot, the trees are fell'd, " And nest and nursery all expell'd ; " With better fate the giant-tree, " Old Bulmer's Oak,...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., Volumes 1-2

Anna Maria Hall - 1845 - 854 pages
...<»r, lassie, lead me to the west, Where grow the elm trees thick and tall, Whoa- rooks uunmubcr'd build their nest : Deliberate birds, and prudent all...social multitude." " The rooks are shot, the trees arc fcll'il, And nest and nursery all cxpell'd : With bitter fate, the giant tree, Old Bulmcr's oak,...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 1

Half hours - 1847 - 614 pages
..." Or, lassie, lead me to the west, Where grew the elm trees thick and tall, Where rooks unnumber'd build their nest — Deliberate birds, and prudent...social multitude." " The rooks are shot, the trees are fell'd, And nest and nursery all expell'd ; With better fate the giant-tree, Old Bulmer's Oak, is gone...
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The National Magazine, Volume 2

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1858 - 638 pages
..." Or, lassie, lead me to the west, Where grow the elm-trees thick and tall. Where rooks uunumber'd build their nest : Deliberate birds, and prudent all ; Their notes, indeed, are harsh und rude, But they 're a social multitude." " The rooks are shot, the trees are fell'd. And nest and...
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The first (-sixth) 'Standard' reader, Volume 5

James Stuart Laurie - 1863 - 264 pages
...birds, and prudent all; " Or, lassie, lead me to the west, Where grew the elm trees thick and tall; Their notes indeed are harsh and rude, But they're...social multitude." " The rooks are shot, the trees are fell'd, And nest and nursery all expell'd; With better fate, the giant tree, Old Bulmer's Oak, is gone...
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