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" The holy matins' distant hum, While the deep peal's commanding tone Should wake in yonder islet lone. A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell, — And bugle, lute, and bell, and all, Should each bewildered stranger call To friendly... "
The Abbey of Weyhill: A Romance; Interspersed with Poetry - Page 101
1832 - 144 pages
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The Lady of the Lake;: A Poem

Walter Scott - 1810 - 444 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell — And bugle, lute, and bell, and all, Should each bewildered...stranger call To friendly feast, and lighted hall. XVI. " Blithe were it then to wander here ! But now, — beshrew yon nimble deer, — Like that same...
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La Belle Assemblée, Volume 1

1810 - 482 pages
...yonder islet lone, " A sainted hermit from his eell, " To drop a bead with every knell — •'•' And bugle, lute, and bell, and all, " Should each...stranger call " To friendly feast, and lighted hall. " ' Blithe were it then to wander here! " But now,— beshrew yon nimble deer,— " Like that same...
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

Walter Scott - 1810 - 454 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell — And bugle, lute, and bell, and all, Should each bewildered...stranger call To friendly feast, and lighted hall. XVI. " Blithe were it then to wander here ! But now, — beshrew yon nimble deer, — Like that same...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1811 - 868 pages
...wake, ¡11 yonder islet lime, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead, with every knell — And bugle, lute, and bell, and all Should each bewildered...stranger call, To friendly feast and lighted hall ! '" We have already made our headers a little acquainted wirh Ellen. Here is her portrait; unquestionably...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 9

1811 - 872 pages
...Should wake, in yonder inlet Ion«, A sainted hermit from his cell. To drop a bead, with every knell — And bugle, lute, and bell, and all Should each bewildered...stranger call, To friendly feast and lighted hall ! '" We have already made pur readers a little acquainted with Ellen. Here is her portrait ; unquestionably...
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Killarney and the Surrounding Scenery: Being a Complete Itinerary of the Lakes

George Nelson Smith, George Downes - 1822 - 272 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell — And bugle, lute, and bell and all, Should each bewildered...stranger call To friendly feast, and lighted hall. WALTER SCOTT. ' 1 WE PUBLIC LIBRARY UPPER LAKE. By the time we reach the borders of the lake, the boats...
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Killarney, and the surrounding scenery. To which are added copious notes, a ...

George Nelson Smith - 1822 - 256 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell— And bugle, lute, and bell and all, Should each bewildered...stranger call To friendly feast, and lighted hall. WALTER SCOTT. UPPER LAKE. By the time we reach the borders of the lake, the boats—if they have not...
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The Bardiad: A Poem ; in Two Cantos

Charles Burton - 1823 - 234 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell— And bugle, lute, and bell, and all, Should each bewildered...stranger call To friendly feast, and lighted hall. The maiden paused, as if-again She thought to catch the distant strain. With head up-raised, and look...
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

Walter Scott - 1826 - 294 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell — And bugle, lute, and bell, and all, Should each bewildered stranger call To friendly feast, and lighted ball. XVI. 'Blithe were it then to wander here! But now, — beshrew yon nimble deer, — Like that...
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Studies in Poetry: Embracing Notices of the Lives and Writings of the Best ...

George Barrell Cheever - 1830 - 516 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell — And bugle, lute, and bell, and all, Should each bewildered...stranger call To friendly feast, and lighted hall. . i "Blithe were it then to wander here 1 But now, — beshrew yon nimble deer, — Like that same...
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