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" Can make a scoff of its mean joys, and vent a nobler mirth ! But soft! mine ear upcaught a sound, — from yonder wood it came ! The spirit of the dim green glade did breathe his own glad name ; — Yes, it is he ! the hermit bird, that, apart from all... "
The Paisley magazine Vol 1 - Page 372
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 3

1830
...vent a nobler mirth. " But soft ! mine ear up-caught a sound, from yonder wood it came, The spirit of the dim green glade, did breathe his own glad name....beads monotonous to the soft western wind ; Cuckoo ! Cuokoo ! he sings again, his notes are void of art, But simplest strains do soonest sound the deep...
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The Edinburgh literary journal; or, Weekly register of criticism ..., Volume 3

1830
...and vent a nobler mirth. " But soft! mine car up-caught a sound, from yonder wood it came, The spirit of the dim green glade, did breathe his own glad name....he, the hermit bird, that apart from all his kind, Sluw spells his beads monotonous to the soft western wind ; Cuckoo! Cuckoo! he sings again, his notes...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 3

1830
...sound, from yonder wood it came, rv spirit of the dim green glade, did breathe his own glad name. To, it is he, the hermit bird, that apart from all his kind, 4»«r spells his beads monotonous to the soft western wind ; ¡ j-koo! Cuckoo! he sings again, his...
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The Poetical Works of William Motherwell

William Motherwell, James M'Conechy - 1847 - 283 pages
...and vent a nobler mirth. But soft ! mine ear upcaught a sound, from yonder wood it came ! The spirit of the dim green glade did breathe his own glad name...soft western wind ; Cuckoo ! Cuckoo ! he sings again, —r- his notes are void of art, Good Lord ! it is a gracious boon for thought-crazed wight like me,...
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The Oxford and Cambridge review, Volume 4

1847
...and vent a nobler mirth. But soft ! mine ear upcaught a sound, from yonder wood it came ; The spirit of the dim green glade did breathe his own glad name...beads monotonous to the soft western wind ; Cuckoo 1 Cuckoo ! he sings again, — his notes are void of art, But simplest strains do soonest sound the...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volume 3

1853
...THE MERRY SUMMEU MONTHS. But soft ! mine ear upcaught a sound, from yonder wood it came; The spirit of the dim green glade did breathe his own glad name...monotonous to the soft western wind; Cuckoo! Cuckoo I he sings again— his notta are void of art, Hut simplest strains do wxjnest sound the deep founts...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volume 3, Part 1

1853
...and vent a nobler mirth. But soft! mine ear upcaught a sound, from yonder wood it came; The spirit of the dim green glade did breathe his own glad name;— Yes, it is he I the hermit bird, that apart from all his kind, Slow spells his beads monotonous to the soft western...
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The Rhyme and Reason of Country Life, Or, Selections from Fields Old and New

Susan Fenimore Cooper - 1854 - 428 pages
...vent a nobler mirth. But soft ! mine ear upcaught a sound — from yonder wood it came ; The spirit of the dim green glade did breathe his own glad name....bird, that apart from all his kind, Slow spells his bends monotonous to the soft western winds. Cuckoo ! cuckoo ! he sings again — his notes are void...
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The Rhyme and Reason of Country Life, Or, Selections from Fields Old and New

Susan Fenimore Cooper - 1855 - 428 pages
...vent a nobler mirth. But soft ! mine ear upeaught a sound — from yonder wood it came ; The spirit of the dim green glade did breathe his own glad name....Slow spells his beads monotonous to the soft western winds. Cuckoo ! cuckoo ! he sings again — his notes are void of art. But simplest strains do soonest...
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The Rhyme and Reason of Country Life, Or, Selections from Fields Old and New

Susan Fenimore Cooper - 1855 - 428 pages
...vent a nobler mirth. But soft ! mine ear upeaught a sound— from yonder wood it came ; The spirit of the dim green glade did breathe his own glad name....Slow spells his beads monotonous to the soft western winds. Cuckoo ! cuckoo ! he sings again — his notes are void of art. But simplest strains do soonest...
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