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" The fisherman forsook the strand, The swarthy smith took dirk and brand; With changed cheer, the mower blithe Left in the... "
The Kilmarnock mirror, and literary gleaner - Page 217
1819
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1810 - 468 pages
...warrior deed, Are in thy course — Speed, Malise, speed ! XIV. Fast as the fatal symbol flies, In arms the huts and hamlets rise ; From winding glen,...upland brown, They poured each hardy tenant down. Nor slacked the messenger his pace ; He shewed the sign, he named the place, And, pressing forward...
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

Walter Scott - Arthurian legend - 1810 - 454 pages
...warrior deed, Are in thy course — Speed, Malise, speed ! XIV. Fast as the fatal symbol flies, In arms the huts and hamlets rise; From winding glen,...upland brown, They poured each hardy tenant down. Nor slacked the messenger his pace ; He shewed the sign, he named the place, And, pressing forward...
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The Lady of the Lake;: A Poem

Walter Scott - 1810 - 444 pages
...Speed, Malise, speed ! XIV. Fast as the fatal symbol flies, In arms the huts and hamlets rise ; 11 From winding glen, from upland brown, They poured each hardy tenant down. Nor slacked the messenger his pace ; He shewed the sign, he named the place, And, pressing forward...
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The poetical works of Walter Scott, Volume 5

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1820 - 282 pages
...the sign, he named the place, And, pressing forward like the wind, Left clamour and surprise behind. The fisherman forsook the strand, The swarthy smith took dirk and brand; With changed cheer, the mower blithe Left in the half-cut swathe his scythe; The herds without a keeper...
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The Bardiad: A Poem ; in Two Cantos

Charles Burton - 1823 - 234 pages
...the mountain race; But danger, death, and warrior deed, Are in thy course.—Speed, Malise, speed ! The fisherman forsook the strand, The swarthy smith took dirk and brand ; With changed cheer, the mower blithe Left in the half-cut swathe his scythe; The herds without a...
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Poetry for Schools: Designed for Reading and Recitation. The Whole Selected ...

Eliza Robbins - Children's poetry - 1828 - 408 pages
...the sign, he named the place, And, pressing forward like the wind, Left clamour and surprise behind. The fisherman forsook the strand, The swarthy smith took dirk and brand ; With changed cheer, the mower blithe Left in the half-cut swathe his scythe ; The herds without a...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: Complete in One Volume

Walter Scott - 1831 - 582 pages
...and warrior deed. Are in thy course— Speed, Malise, speed ! XIV. Fast as the fatal symbol flies, In arms the huts and hamlets rise ; From winding glen, from upland brown, They pour'd each hardy tenant down. Nor slack'd the messengerAhis pace; Ue show'd the sign, he named the...
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Horse Shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency, Volume 2

John Pendleton Kennedy - Albemarle County (Va.) - 1835
...the burden was divided. CHAPTER XXVII. SIGN! OP A GATHERING STORM.— MUSTER OF THE BACKWOODSMEN'. In arms the huts and hamlets rise, From winding glen,...upland brown, They poured each hardy tenant down. Lady of the Lake. IN gathering up the ends of our story, as we draw towards a conclusion, we are forced,...
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The Lady of the Lake: A Poem

Walter Scott - 1838 - 380 pages
...warrior deed, Are in thy course — Speed, Malise, speed ! XIV. Fast as the fatal symbol flies, In arms the huts and hamlets rise ; From winding glen, from upland brown, They pour'd each hardy tenant down. Nor slack'd the messenger his pace ; He show'd the sign, he nam'd the...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Sketch of His Life

Walter Scott, J. W. Lake - Poetry - 1838 - 496 pages
...the sign, he named the place, And, pressing forward like the wind, Left clamour and surprise behind. The fisherman forsook the strand, The swarthy smith took dirk and brand; With changed cheer, the mower blith Left in the naif cut swathe hia sithe; The herds without a keeper...
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