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" Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue sky, Where fountains flow, and wild flowers blow, We lift our hearts on high : Beneath the frown of wicked men Our country's strength is bowing ; But, thanks to God, they can't prevent The lone wild... "
The New Monthly Magazine - Page 413
1833
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The New monthly magazine, and literary journal. [American ed.], Volume 1

1833
...imagination, in the immortal air of his Elysium. FOREST WORSHIP. liy the Author of" Corn-Law Rhymts." WITHIN the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue...light through broken clouds His speckled breast I see : Beneath the might of wicked men The poor man's worth is dying; But, thank'd be God, in spite...
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Elliott's Poems: Kerhonah, The vernal walk, Win hill, and other poems

Ebenezer Elliott - 1835
...waves, Alike surviving battles lost or won ; More deathless than the dust of Marathon. FOREST WORSHIP. Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue...light through broken clouds His speckled breast I see : u Beneath the might of wicked men The poor man's worth is dying ; But, thank'd be God, in spite...
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Kerhonah ; The Vernal Walk ; Win Hill: And Other Poems

Ebenezer Elliott - 1835 - 297 pages
...waves, Alike surviving battles lost or won ; More deathless than the dust of Marathon. FOREST WORSHIP. Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue...light through broken clouds His speckled breast I see : Beneath the might of wicked men The poor man's worth is dying ; But, thank'd be God, in spite...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 27

Robert Walsh, John Jay Smith - 1835
...several kinds. How rational and in, inly is the piety ot the following hymn : POBKST WORSHIP. " Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue...they can't prevent The lone wild flowers from blowing t "High, high above the tree-tops The lark is soaring free ; Where streams the light through broken...
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The Poetical Works of Ebenezer Elliott, the Corn-law Rhymer

Ebenezer Elliott - 1840 - 179 pages
...waves, Alike surviving battles lost or won ; More deathless than the dust of Marathon. FOREST WORSHIP. Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue...; But, thanks to God ! they can't prevent The lone wildflowers from blowing ! High, high above the tree-tops, The lark is soaring free ; Where streams...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volume 13

1843
...Read next this noble religious pastoral : " FOBEST WORSHIP. " Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof of bright blue sky, Where fountains flow and wild flowers...But thanks to God ! they can't prevent The lone wild flower from blowing. Hark, high above the tree tops, The lark is soaring free; Where streams the light...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 13

1843
..."Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof of bright blue sky, Where fountains flow and wild flowers blow, Vf c lift our hearts on high ; Beneath the frown of wicked...But thanks to God ! they can't prevent The lone wild flower from blowing. Hark, high above the tree tops, The lark is soaring free;' Where streams the light...
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The Poets and Poetry of England, in the Nineteenth Century

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1845 - 504 pages
...myriad homes, Far from the desert, where the wild flock roams, Dug Edwin's grave. FOREST WORSHIP. WITRIW the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue sky,...; But, thanks to God ! they can't prevent The lone wildflowers from blowing ! High, high above the tree-tops, The lark is soaring free ; Where streams...
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Voices of the True-hearted

1846 - 288 pages
...holy, Thou ! Forever, then, Be kingdom, power and glory Thine ! Amen. FOREST WOOD. B7 KBENEZER ELLIOTT. Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue...lone wild flowers from blowing ! High, high above the tree tops The lark is soaring free ; Where streams the light through broken clondi His speckled breast...
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The Poets and Poetry of England: In the Nineteenth Century

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1846 - 504 pages
...myriad homes, Far from the desert, where the wild flock roams, Dug Edwin's grave. FOREST WORSHIP. WITRIS the sun-lit forest, Our roof the bright blue sky,...men Our country's strength is bowing; But, thanks to Gd ! they can't prevent The lone wildflowers from blowing ! High, high above the tree-tops, The lark...
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