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" That fade before ye reach the heart,.... The crowded dome's distracted noise, Where all is pomp and useless art! Give me my home, to quiet dear, Where hours untold and peaceful move ; So fate ordain I sometimes there May hear the voice of him I love. "
Poems - Page 101
by Amelia Opie - 1806 - 185 pages
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 42

1802 - 546 pages
...before ye reach the heart, — The crowded dome's diflrafled noife, Where all is pomp and ufelefs art 1 Give me my home, to quiet dear, Where hours untold and peaceful move ; So fate rrdain I fometimes there May hear the vcice of him I love. I hate e'en mulic's pleafmg power When giiidy...
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The New England Quarterly Magazine, Volume 2

1802 - 308 pages
...before ye reach the heart — . The crowded dome's dillrafted noife, Where all is pomp and ufelefs art 1 Give me my home, to quiet dear, Where hours untold and peaceful move j So fate ordain I fometimes there May hear the voice of him I love. I hate e'en mufic's pleafmg power...
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The lyre of love [ed. by P.L. Courtier].

Lyre - 1806 - 204 pages
...beautiful woman. She was born >t Norwich. THE VOICE OF HIM I LOVE. HENCE far from me, ye senseless joys That fade before ye reach the heart, — The crowded...sometimes there May hear the voice of him I love. I hate ev'n music's pleasing pow'r When giddy crowds my tones attend, But love to sing at evening's hour To...
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Poems

Amelia Opie - 1808 - 206 pages
...from a Vo«m so tailed signed 'Ce&ario/ in the British Album.) HENCE far from me, ye senseless joys That fade before ye reach the heart,.... The crowded...him I love. I hate e'en music's pleasing power When gidJy crowds my tones attend, But love to sing at evening's hour To sooth the sorrows of a friend....
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The Metropolitan, Volume 50

1847 - 482 pages
...knowing, from long experience, that it was ever right, for its basis was founded on justice. CHAPTER II. " Give me my home, to quiet dear, Where hours untold...sometimes there May hear the voice of him I love." — Mr». Opu. ONB morning, after George's departure for his customary round of visits, Margaret tied...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volume 50

1847 - 488 pages
...knowing, from long experience, that it was ever right, for its basis was founded on justice. CHAPTER II. " Give me my home, to quiet dear, Where hours untold...sometimes there May hear the voice of him I love." — Mrs. OpieONE morning, after George's departure for his customary round of visits, Margaret tied...
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Great Truths by Great Authors: A Dictionary of Aids to Reflection ...

1856 - 570 pages
...friend, The almost sacred joys of Home depend. £, — Mrs. Opie. TTENCE far from me, ye senseless joys, That fade before ye reach the Heart, — The crowded...and useless art ! . Give me my Home, to quiet dear, e. _ Thomson. THE touch of kindred too and love he feels ; The modest eye, whose beams on his alone...
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The Poetical Keepsake: Consisting of the Sweetest Poems

1866 - 522 pages
...my fond seul shall hover near thee ! THE VOICE OF HIM I LOVE. HENCE far from me, ye senseless joys That fade before ye reach the heart, — The crowded...sometimes there May hear the voice of him I love. T hate ev'n music's pleasing pow'r When giddy crowds my tones attend, But love to sing at evening's...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from the English Poets

Henry George Bohn - 1867 - 752 pages
...the spot of earth supremely blest. A dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest.,/. Montgomery, W. 7.3. Give me my home, to quiet dear, Where hours untold...sometimes there May hear the voice of him I love. Mrt. Opie. HOME-MADE. Who hath not met with home-made bread, A heavy compound of putty and lead, And...
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The Bridal Bouquet Culled in the Garden of Literature

Henry Southgate - 1873 - 448 pages
...fascinations of worldly pleasure. Anon. GIVE ME MY HOME, TO QUIET DEAR. Hence far from me, ye senseless joys, That fade before ye reach the heart, — The crowded...noise, Where all is pomp and useless art ! Give me mv home, to quiet dear, Where hours untold and peaceful move ; So fate ordain I sometimes there May...
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