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" And the matin-bell and the mountain bee : Fireflies were quenched on the dewy corn, Glowworms went out on the river's brim Like lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill:... "
Somerset House Gazette and Literary Museum, Or, Weekly Miscellany of Fine ... - Page 179
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Controversial letters

William Brighty Rands - 1865
...his " Spirit of the Universe," and must remember some lines in " The Boat on the Serchio :" — • " All rose to do the task He set to each, Who shaped us to His ends, and not our own." But this subject cannot be here pursued. VOL. I, PAGE 198. "PROMISES." See Numbers xxr. 3-8. See also...
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The poetical works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1865
...river's brim, Like lamps which a stndent forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like a flock of rooks at a farmer's gun, Night's dreams ainl terrors, every one, Fled from the brains which are their prey, From the lamp's death to the morning...
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Controversial letters

William Brighty Rands - 1865
...by his " Spirit of the Universe," and must remember some lines in " The Boat on the Serchio :"— " All rose to do the task He set to each, Who shaped us to His ends, and not oar own." But this subject cannot be here pursued. VOL. I, PAGE 198. "PROMISES." See Numbers xxx. 3-8....
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The National Fifth Reader: Containing a Complete and Practical Treatise on ...

Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson - Elocution - 1866 - 600 pages
...river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill ; Like...brains which are their prey, From the lamp's death to tho morning ray. IV. SUNRISE IN SOUTH AMERICA.— BOWLES.' 'Tis dawn : — the distant Andes' rocky...
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Poetical Works

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1870 - 616 pages
...river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim ; The beetle forgot to wind his horn ; The crickets were still in the meadow and hill. Like a...their prey From the lamp's death to the morning ray. AH rose to do the task He set to each Who shaped us to his ends and not our own. The million rose to...
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The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley: Including Various ..., Volume 2

Percy Bysshe Shelley, William Michael Rossetti - 1870 - 616 pages
...forgets to trim ; The beetle forgot to wind his horn ; The crickets were still in the meadow and bill. Like a flock of rooks at a farmer's gun, Night's dreams...death to the morning ray. All rose to do the task lie set to each \ Who shaped us to his ends and not our own. The million rose to learn, and one to...
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The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Volume 3

Percy Bysshe Shelley - 1871
...river's brim, Like lamps which a (student forgets to trim • .The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like a flock of rooks at a fanner's gun, Night's dreams and terrors, every one, Fled from the brains which are their prey, From...
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The National Fifth Reader: Containing a Complete and Practical Treatise on ...

Richard Green Parker - Readers, American - 1873 - 581 pages
...river's brim, lake lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like...their prey, From the lamp's death to the morning ray. IV. SUNRISE IN SOUTH AMERICA.— BOWLES.' 'Tis dawn : — the distant Andes' rocky spires, One after...
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The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley; Essays, Letters from Abroad ...

Percy Bysshe Shelley - Fore-edge paintings - 1874 - 527 pages
...river's brim, Like lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like...death to the morning ray. All rose to do the task He get to each, Who shaped us to his ends and not our own ; The million rose to learn, and one to teach...
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The biblical museum. Old Testament, Volume 9

James Comper Gray - 1876
...river's brim. Like lamps which a student forgets to trim : The beetle forgot to wind his horn, The crickets were still in the meadow and hill : Like...are their prey, From the lamp's death to the morning ray.6 18—21. (18) drop, etc., comp. Am. ix. 13. Figurative for abundance of vines grown on the terraced...
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