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" O'er airy steep, through copsewood deep, Impervious to the sun. There the rapt poet's step may rove, And yield the muse the day ; There Beauty, led by timid Love, May shun the tell-tale ray; From that fair dome, where suit is paid By blast of bugle free,... "
The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature - Page 257
by Tobias George Smollett - 1803
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Ballads and Lyrical Pieces, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - 1806 - 180 pages
...blood. Sweet are the paths, O, passing sweet 1 By Eske's fair streams that run, O'er airy steep, through copsewood deep, Impervious to the sun. There the rapt...rocky glen, Dalkeith, which all the virtues love, Yet never a path, from day to day, The Pilgrim's footsteps range, Save but the solitary way To Burndale's...
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Ballads and Lyrical Pieces, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - 1806 - 180 pages
...ray; From that fair dome, where suit is paid, By blast of bugle free, To Auchendinny's hazel glade j And haunted Woodhouselee. Who knows not Melville's...rocky glen, Dalkeith, which all the virtues love, Yet never a path, from day to day, The Pilgrim's footsteps range, Save but the solitary way To Burndale's...
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The Poetical Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Volume 2

Sir Walter Scott - 1818
...tell-tale ray; From that fair dome, where suit is paid, By blast of bugle free, I To Auchindinny'9 hazel glade, And haunted Woodhouselee. Who knows not Melville's beechy grove, And Roslin's rocky gten, Dalkeith, which all the virtues love, And classic Hawthornden? Yet never a path, from day to...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border: Consisting of Historical and ..., Volume 3

Walter Scott - 1821
...blood. Sweet are the paths, O passing sweet ! By Eske's fair streams that run, O'er airy steep, through copsewood deep, Impervious to the sun. . There the...rocky glen, Dalkeith, which all the virtues love, Yet never a path, from day to day, The pilgrim's footsteps range, Save but the solitary way To Burndale's...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: consisting of historical and ..., Volume 3

Scottish border - 1821
...streams that run, O'er airy steep, through copsewood deep, Impervious to the sun. There the rapt poef s step may rove, And yield the muse the day ; There...rocky glen, Dalkeith, which all the virtues love, ' Yet never a path, from day to day, The pilgrim's footsteps range, Save but the solitary way To Burndale's...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 1

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837 - 426 pages
...sun ; " From that fair dome where suit is paid By blast of bugle free,* To Auchendinny's hazel shade, And haunted Woodhouselee. " Who knows not Melville's...which all the virtues love, And classic Hawthornden ? " Another verse reminds us that " There the rapt poet's step may rove ; " and it was amidst these...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 1

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837 - 1365 pages
...where suit is paid l?y hlast of bugle free,* To Auchendinny's hazel shade Arid haunted Woodhouslee. " Who knows not Melville's beechy grove, And Roslin's...which all the virtues love, And classic Hawthornden ? " Another verse reminds us that ' There the rapt poet's step may rove ;" — and it was amidst these...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: First Series, Containing Minstrelsy ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1838 - 532 pages
...the traditions connected with lhi» ruinous mansion, see Ballad otcadyow Castle, p, HO. •»'• . , Who knows not Melville's beechy grove, • And Roslin's...rocky glen, • Dalkeith, which all the virtues love, 3 And classic Hawthornden ? 4 Yet never a path, from day to day, The pilgrim's footsteps range, Save...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 165

1838
...society of Lord Woodhouselee and of Mackenzie, the Man of Feeling ; but Who knows not Melville's beechen grove, And Roslin's rocky glen ; Dalkeith, which all the virtues love, And classic Hawthornden ? " Amid these delicious solitudes (says Mr. Lockhart) Scott produced the pieces which laid the imperishable...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 164

1838
...society of Lord Woodhousclee and of Mackenzie, the Man of Feeling ; but Who knows not Melville's beechen grove, And Roslin's rocky glen ; Dalkeith, which all the virtues love, And classic Hawtbornden ? " Amid these delicious solitudes (says Mr. Lockhart) Scott produced the pieces which...
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