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" Abides, despite grey hairs, a constant guest. His sun has veered a point toward the west, But light as dawn his heart is glowing yet ; That heart the simplest, gentlest, kindliest, best, Where truth and manly tenderness are met With faith and heavenward... "
Philip Van Artevelde: A Dramatic Romance - Página 275
por Sir Henry Taylor - 1834
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Philip Van Artevelde: A Dramatic Romance, in Two Parts, Volumen1

Sir Henry Taylor - 1835
...hate On all unwholesome sentiment attends, Nor whom may genius charm where heart infirm ofienda. ID all things else contrarious were these two : The one,...of mine, though faint, should not have caught Some color of transmitted light, some stir Of congruous emotion. If I err In deeming that some portion of...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., Volúmenes13-14

Anna Maria Hall
...strong hilarity of youth Abides despite groy hairs, a constant guest. His sim h;is veer'da point towards the west, But light as dawn his heart is glowing yet,...faith and heavenward hope, the suns that never set." His industry at this period, we may remark, was most exemplary. All his life long he had leaned on...
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The Life and Correspondence of Robert Southey, Volumen6

Robert Southey - 1850
...hilarity of youth Abides, despite grey hairs, a constant guest. His sun has veered a point towards the west, But light as dawn his heart is glowing yet,...faith and heavenward hope, the suns that never set." • What further I will venture to say relates chiefly to the external circumstances of his life at...
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The life and correspondence of Robert Southey. Ed. by C.C. Southey, Volumen6

Robert Southey - 1850
...lu'larity of youth Abides, despite grey hairs, a constant guest. His sun has veered a point towards the west, But light as dawn his heart is glowing yet,...faith and heavenward hope, the suns that never set." • What further I will venture to say relates chiefly to the external circumstances of his life at...
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The Life and Correspondence of Robert Southey, Parte1

Robert Southey - 1851 - 579 páginas
...blest, With him the strong hilarity of youth Abides, despite gray hairs, a constant guest, His snn has veered a point toward the west, But light as dawn...— That heart the simplest, gentlest, kindliest, bleu'd, Where truth and manly tenderness are met With faith and heavenward hope, the suns that never...
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Philip Van Artevelde: a Dramatic Romance in Two Parts

Sir Henry Taylor - 1863 - 456 páginas
...west, But light as dawn his heart is glowing yet ; That heart the simplest, gentlest, kindliest, beat, Where truth and manly tenderness are met With faith...of mine, though faint, should not have caught Some color of transmitted light, some stir Of congruous emotion. If I err In deeming that some portion of...
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Looking Toward Sunset: From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected

Lydia Maria Child - 1865 - 455 páginas
...truth ? By Providence peculiarly blest, "With him the strong hilarity of youth Abides, despite gray hairs, a constant guest. His sun has veered a point...faith and heavenward hope, the suns that never set. HENKY TAYLOR. DR. DODDRIDGE'S DREAM. 'R. DODDRIDGE was on terms 01 very intimate friendship with Dr....
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Looking Toward Sunset: From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected

Lydia Maria Child - 1865 - 455 páginas
...truth ? By Providence peculiarly blest, With him the strong hilarity of youth Abides, despite gray hairs, a constant guest. His sun has veered a point...faith and heavenward hope, the suns that never set. HENBY TAYLOR. DR. DODDRIDGE'S DREAM. DODDRIDGE was on terms of very intimate friendship with Dr. Samuel...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen3;Volumen66

1866
...perhaps, that of one other dear friend and true lover — the author of "Philip Van Artevclde " : " That heart, the simplest, gentlest, kindliest, best, Where truth and manly tenderness »remit, With faith and heavenward hope, the suns that never set." The earliest description of hie...
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The Christian Examiner, Volumen75

1863
...truth ? By Providence peculiarly blest, With him the strong hilarity of youth Abides, despite gray hairs, a constant guest ; His sun has veered a point...faith and heavenward hope, the suns that never set." They travelled together in Holland, and probably the first suggestions of " Philip van Artevelde,"...
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