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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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Annual Report of the Department of Education

New Brunswick. Board of Education, New Brunswick. Department of Education - 1893 - 806 pages
...silken rag, this beggar woman's weed. Or 5. In what connection in the Lady of the Lake occurs eacli (a) And bugle, lute and bell, and all Should each bewildered...stranger call To friendly feast and lighted hall. With such a look as hermits throw When angels stoop to soothe their woe, He gazed. No ! wildly while...
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Annual Report of the Chief Superintendent of Education

1894 - 824 pages
...silken rag, this beggar woman's weed. Or 5. In what connection in the Lady of the Lake occurs each (a) And bugle, lute and bell, and all Should each bewildered...stranger call To friendly feast and lighted hall. ('•) With auch a look as hermits throw When angels stoop to soothe their woe, He gazed. (c) No !...
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A Thousand and One Gems of English Poetry

Charles Mackay - 1896 - 680 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 ftast and lighted hall." SOLDIER, REST I SOLDIER, rest 1 thy warfare o'er, Sleep the sleep that knows...
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A thousand and one gems of English poetry, selected and arranged by C. Mackay

Charles Mackay - 1897 - 666 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 ftast and lighted hall" SOLDIER, REST! SOLDIER, rest ! thy warfare o'er, Sleep the sleep that knows...
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Poetik W. Scott's in seiner Lady of the lake: mit hinweisen auf Byron's ...

Friedrich Benner - 1899 - 74 pages
...bugle: How blithely might the bugle-horn ('hide, on the lake, the lingering morn. I 287. lute, bell: And bugle, lute, and bell, and all Should each bewildered stranger call. I 299; 295, 315. sounds, notes, harpings; harp II 132. 134; pipe II 677; trump, pibroch I 638: Less...
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Scott's Lady of the Lake

Walter Scott - 1902 - 254 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, 2S5 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. 300 XVI " 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

Walter Scott - 1903 - 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 »oo To friendly feast and lighted hall. " Blithe were it then to wander here ! But now — beshrew...
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Scott's Lady of the Lake

Walter Scott - 1911 - 240 pages
...lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell! And bugle, lute, and bell, arid all Should each bewildered stranger call To friendly feast and lighted hall. 300 XVI 'Blithe were it then to wander here! But now — beshrew yon nimble deer — Like that same...
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Études sur les oeuvres d'Annette de Droste-Hülshoff

Ernestine Berens - 1913 - 274 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his CRÛ, 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. Blithe were il then to wander here ! But now »... (1) Chant I", 15. Le monastère, lieu de refuge...
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The Leading English Poets from Chaucer to Browning: Ed., with Introduction ...

Lucius Hudson Holt - 1915 - 956 pages
...Should wake, in yonder islet lone, A sainted hermit from his cell, To drop a bead with every knell • till 300 XVI ' Blithe were it then to wander here I But now — beshrew yon nimble deer — Like that same...
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