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" Attract his slender feet. The foodless wilds Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms, dark snares, and dogs, And more unpitying men, the garden seeks, Urged on by fearless want.... "
The seasons; with the life of the author. To which are added Hesiod, or the ... - Page 55
by James Thomson - 1803
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Beauties of the British Poets ...

George Croly - 1850 - 442 pages
...slender feet. The foodless wilds Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, • Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms, dark snares, and dogs, And more unpitying mait, the garden seeks, Urged on by fearless Want. The bleating kind Eye the bleak heaven, and next...
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Cyclopedia of English Literature: a Selection of the Choicest ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - 1851 - 764 pages
...his slender feet. The foodless wilds 17 Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous rself and blackened : reduce them to their proper...she overlooks them. Ti» true, said I, correcting t Urged on by fearless want. The bleating kine Eye the bleak hearen, and next, the glistening earth,...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 2

Abraham Mills - 1851 - 616 pages
...his slender feet. The foodless wilds 'Tour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms,...and dogs, And more unpitying men, the garden seeks, Urged on by fearless want. The bleating kino Eye the bleak heaven, and next, the glistening earth,...
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The Works of Cowper and Thomson: Including Many Letters and Poems Never ...

William Cowper - 1851 - 620 pages
...forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death ii. ranous forms, dark snares and dogs, And more unpitying men, the garden seeks, Urged on by fearless want. The bleating kind ow, shepherds, to your helpless charge be kind, Baffle...
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The Class Book of Poetry

Class-book - 1852 - 152 pages
...his slender feet. The foodless wilds Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms,...of dumb despair; then, sad dispers'd, Dig for the wither' d herb through heaps of snow. THOMAS GRAY. Born AD 1716, died 1771. ©&e on a bistant prosper!...
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The Works of the British Poets, Selected and Chronologically Arranged ...

1852 - 874 pages
...his elender feet, The foodless wilds Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms,...glistening Earth, With looks of dumb despair ; then, sad-dispers d, Dig for the wither'd herb through heaps of snow. Now, shepherds, to your helpless charge...
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Studies from the English Poets

George Frederick Graham - 1852 - 570 pages
...his slender feet. The foodless wilds Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms,...and dogs, And more unpitying men, the garden seeks, 260 Urged on by fearless want. The bleating kind Eye the bleak heaven, and next the glistening earth,...
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The training school reader. [Ed.] by W.J. Unwin. 2nd book, division 1

William Jordan Unwin - 1853 - 172 pages
...his slender feet. The foodless wilds Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms,...and dogs, And more unpitying men, the garden seeks, TJrg'd on by fearless want. The bleating kind Eye the bleak heaven, and next the glistening earth,...
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Thomson's Poetical Works

James Thomson, George Gilfillan - 1853 - 408 pages
...his slender feet. The foodless wilds Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare, Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms — dark snares, and dogs, And more uupitying men — the garden seeks, 260 Urged on by fearless want. The bleating kind Eye the bleak...
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The Rhyme and Reason of Country Life, Or, Selections from Fields Old and New

Susan Fenimore Cooper - 1854 - 482 pages
...his slender feet. The foodless wilds Pour forth their brown inhabitants. The hare. Though timorous of heart, and hard beset By death in various forms,...despair ; then, sad dispers'd, Dig for the withered herb through heaps of snow. JAMES THOMSON, 1700-1748. WINTER SONG. FBOM TBK QKKMAK. Summer joys are...
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