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" The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too ; Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet : But now she is absent, though, still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice... "
The Cambridge Tart: Epigrammatic and Satiric-poetical Effusions; &c. &c ... - Page 73
edited by - 1823 - 289 pages
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The British Essayists: Spectator

James Ferguson - 1819
...all the wood thro', The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too; Winds over os whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert,...
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The British essayists; to which are prefixed prefaces by J. Ferguson

British essayists - 1819
...all the wood thro', The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too ; Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert,...
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Specimens of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critical ..., Volume 5

Thomas Campbell - 1819
...the wood through, The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too: Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they .sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert,...
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The British essayists, with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Volumes 11-12

British essayists - 1823
...the wood through, The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too ; Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert,...
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The British Essayists: Spectator

1823
...the wood throngti, The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too ; Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing nn, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert,...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by L.T. Berguer

British essayists - 1823
...all the wood thro'. The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too; Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert,...
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The Spectator [by J. Addison and others]. With hist. and biogr. preface, and ...

Spectator The - 1823
...wood thro', The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too ; Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by ui did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert,...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 3-4

Robert Chambers - 1830
...the wood through, The lark, linnet, throstle, nnd nightingale too; Wiudsover us whispered, fli:cks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert,...
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The Works of Joseph Addison: The Spectator, no. 315-635

Joseph Addison - 1837
...Mortis by us did blent. And chirp went Ihe grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone: Her voice in the concert, as now Ï have found, Gave every thing else its agreeable sound. Vf II. 1 Rose, what ¡ become of thy delicate...
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Manchester Poetry: With an Introductory Essay

James Wheeler (of Prestwich.) - 1838 - 200 pages
...the wood through, The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too ; Winds over us whispered, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone ; Her voice in the concert,...
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