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" The seaman's cry was heard along the deep; There on his funeral waters, dark and wild, The dying father blest his darling child! "
The Universal Magazine - Page 30
1807
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1803
...child ! Oh ! Mercy, shield her innocence, he cried, Spent on the pray'r his bursting heart, and died ! Or will they learn how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor, and pleads for all his crimes ? How poor Amelia kiss'd, with many a tear, His hand blood-stain'd, but ever, ever dear ! Hung on the...
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Annual Register, Volume 44

Edmund Burke - 1803
...child ! Oh ! Mercy, shield her innocence, he cried, Spent on the pray'r his bursting heart, and died ! Or will they learn how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor, and pleads for all his crimes ? How poor Amelia kiss'd, with many a tear, His hand blood-stain'd, but ever, ever dear ! Hung on the...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1803 - 131 pages
...child! Oh! Mercy, shield her innocence, he cried, Spent on the pray'r his bursting heart, and died! Or will they learn how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor/ and pleads for all his crimes! How poor Amelia Idss'd, with many a tear, His hand blood-stain'd, but ever ever dear! Hung on the tortur'd...
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Annual Register, Volume 44

1803
...child ! Oh ! Mercy, shield her innocence, he cried, Spent on the pray'r his bursting heart, and died ! Or will they learn how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor, and pleads for all his crimes ? How poor Amelia kiss'd, .with many a tear, His hand blood-stain'd, but ever, ever dear ! Hung on...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 44

Edmund Burke - 1803
...shield her innocence, he cried, Spent on the pray'r his bursting heart, and died ! Or will they leam how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor, and pleads for all his crimes ? How poor Amelia kiss'd, with many a tear, His hand blood-stain'd, but ever, ever dear ! Hung on the...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1822 - 144 pages
...Mercy, shield her innocence, he cried, Spent on the prayer his bursting heart, and died! Or they will learn how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor", and pleads for all his crimes! How poor Amelia kiss'd, with many a tear, His hand blood-stain'd, but ever, ever dear! Hung on the...
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The North American Review, Volume 16

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1823
...Wellington or Bonaparte astride upon a centaur. The poet of the Pleasures of Hope tells us indeed to learn how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor, and pleads for all his crimes. But this passage only shows how easily a youthful mind lends itself to any fiction that appears in...
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The British poets of the nineteenth century, including the select works of ...

British poets - 1828
...Mercy shield her innocence! he cried, Spent on the prayer his bursting heart, and died ! Or they will N|= ? ]P 7| y Yp s e q cl1 d/ ; Him poor Amelia kissed, with many a tear, HU hand blood-stained, but ever, ever dear! Hung on the...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell: Including Theodric ; and Many Other ...

Thomas Campbell - 1830 - 38 pages
...Or will they learn how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor, (c) and pleads for all his crimes ! How poor Amelia kissed with many a tear, His hand blood-stained, but ever ever dear ! Hung on the tortured bosom of her lord, And wept, and prayed perdition from his sword ! Nor sought...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell, Volume 2

Thomas Campbell - 1837 - 306 pages
...Mercy, shield her innocence, he cried, Spent on the prayer his bursting heart, and .died ! Or they will learn how generous worth sublimes The robber Moor, and pleads for all his crimes ! How poor Amelia kiss'd, with many a tear, His hand, blood-stain'd, but ever, ever dear ! Hung on...
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