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" THE Sailor sighs as sinks his native shore, As all its lessening turrets bluely fade ; He climbs the mast to feast his eye once more, And busy fancy fondly lends her aid. Ah ! now, each dear, domestic scene he knew... "
Poems - Page 195
by Samuel Rogers - 1843 - 316 pages
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW OF LITERARY JOURNAL

SEVERAL HANDS - 1786
...foreign clime, •_j Charms with the magic of a moon-light view, ' Its colours mellow'd, not impair'd, by time. True as the needle, homeward points his heart, Thro* all the horrors of the ftormy main ; This, the lad with with which its warmth could part, To meet the fmile of her he loves...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 75

Books - 1786
...bufy fancy fondly lends her aid. Ah ! now, each dear domeftic fcene he knew, Recall'd and cherifh'd in a foreign clime, Charms with the magic of a moon-light view, Its colours mellow'd, not impair'd, by time. True as the needle, homeward points his heart. Thro' all the horrors...
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The Pleasures of Memory

Samuel Rogers - 1793 - 115 pages
...in a foreign clime, Charms with the magic of a moonlight-view, Its colours mellow'd, not impair'd, by time. True as the needle, homeward points his heart, Thro' all the horrors of the ftormy main ; This, the laft wifh with which its warmth could part, To meet the fmile of her he loves...
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The Pleasures of Memory, with Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1799 - 188 pages
...in a foreign clime, Charms with the magic of a moonlight-view, Its colours mellow'd, not impair'd, by time. True as the needle, homeward points his heart, Thro' all the horrors of the ftormy main ; This, the laft wifh with which its warmth could part, To meet the fmile of her he loves...
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The British poetical miscellany

British poetical miscellany - 1805
...bufy Fancy fondly lends her aid. Ah ! now, each dear, domeftic fcene he knew, Recall'd and cherifh'd in a foreign clime ; Charms with the magic of a moonlight view ; Its colours mellow'd, not impair'd, by time. True as the needle, homeward points his heart, Through all the horrors...
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The temple of Apollo, being a selection of the best poems, from the most ...

Apollo - 1800
...bufy fancy fondly lends her aid. Ah ! now, each dear, domeftic fcene he knew, Wecall'd and cherifh'd in a foreign clime, Charms with the magic of a moon-light view, Its colours mcllow'd, not impair'd, by time. True as the needle, homeward points his heart, Through all the horrors...
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The Pleasures of Memory, with Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1801 - 187 pages
...THE SAILOR. AN ELEGY. THE Sailor sighs as sinks his native shore, As all its lessening turrets bluely fade; He climbs the mast to feast his eye once more,...aid. Ah ! now, each dear, domestic scene he knew, Recall'd and cherish'd in a foreign clime, ^ Charms with the magic of a moonlight-view; 4 Its colours...
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The Pleasures of Memory, with Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1801 - 187 pages
...THE SAILOR. AN ELEGY. THE Sailor sighs as sinks his native shore, As all its lessening turrets bluely fade; He climbs the mast to feast his eye once more,...her aid. Ah! now, each dear, domestic scene he knew, Recall'd and cherish'd in a foreign clime, Charms with the magic of a moonlight-view, Its colours mellow'd,...
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The Pleasures of Memory: With Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1802 - 187 pages
...THE SAILOR. AN ELEGY. THE Sailor sighs as sinks his native shore, As all its lessening turrets bluely fade; He climbs the mast to feast his eye once more,...aid. • Ah ! now, each dear, domestic scene he knew, Recall'd and cherish'd in a foreign clime, Charms with the magic of a moonlight-view, Its colours mellow'd,...
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Selection of Poems ...

Charles Snart - Poetry - 1808
...Peter Pindar. ELEGY. J HE sailor sighs as sinks his native shore, As all its less'ning turrets bluely fade ; He climbs the mast to feast his eye once more,...her aid. Ah ! now, each dear domestic scene he knew, Recall'd and cherish'd in a foreign clime ; Charms with the magic of a moon-light view, Its colours...
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