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" And hence the charm historic scenes impart : Hence Tiber awes, and Avon melts the heart. "
Poems - Page 18
by Samuel Rogers - 1834 - 295 pages
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Anthologia Hibernica: Or Monthly Collections of Science, Belles ..., Volume 1

History - 1793
...fohloquies a prey, When rcafon, juftice, vainly urg'd his caufe; For this he rous'd her fanguinp.ry laws; Glad to return, tho' Hope could grant no more, And chains and torture liail'd him to the (höre. And hence the charm hifteric fcenes impart : Hfiice Tiber awes, and Avon...
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The Pleasures of Memory

Samuel Rogers - 1793 - 115 pages
...grant no more, And chaKind torture hail'd him to the fhore. 230 And hence the charm hiftoric fcenes impart : Hence Tiber awes, and Avon melts the heart. Aerial forms, in Tempe's claffic vale, Glance thro' the gloom, and whifper in the gale; In wild Vauclufe with love and LA UR...
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The Pleasures of Memory, with Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1799 - 188 pages
...foliloquies a prey, 230 When reafon, juftice, vainly urg'd his caufe, For this he rous'd her fanguinary laws ; Glad to return, tho' Hope could grant no more, And chains and torture hail'd him to the fhore. And hence the charm hiftoric fcenes impart: 235 Hence Tiber awes, and Avon...
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The Pleasures of Memory, with Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - Fore-edge painting - 1801 - 187 pages
...dare to die. For this FOSCARI, whose relentless fate B Venice should blush to hear the Muse relate, When exile wore his blooming years away, To sorrow's...long soliloquies a prey, When reason, justice, vainly urg'd his cause. For this he rous'd her sanguinary laws; Glad to return, tho' Hope could grant no more,...
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The Pleasures of Memory: With Other Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1802 - 187 pages
...dare to die. For this FOSCARI, whose relentless fate 8 Venice should blush to hear the Muse relate, When exile wore his blooming years away, To sorrow's...long soliloquies a prey, When reason, justice, vainly urg'd his cause, For this he rous'd her sanguinary laws ; Glad to return, tho' Hope could grant no...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 104

1856
...pleasure prompt the Patriot's sigh, This makes him wish to live and dare to die. • ••••*» And hence the charm historic scenes impart ; Hence...heart ; Aerial forms, in Tempe's classic vale, Glance through the gloom, and whisper in the gale, In wild Vaucluse with love and Laura dwell, And watch and...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - Hope - 1804 - 160 pages
...dare to die. For this Foscari, whose relentless fate4 Venice shoald blush to hear the muse relate, When exile wore his blooming years away, To sorrow's...long soliloquies a prey, When reason, justice, vainly urg'd his cause, For this he rous'd her sanguinary laws ; Glad to return, though hope could grant no...
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Harvest-home: consisting of supplementary Gleanings, original ..., Volume 1

Samuel Jackson Pratt - 1805
...be the sentiments of the sufferer," Note (4), page 525. l'a;n to resist, imptrial Xature still— " And hence the charm historic scenes impart : Hence Tiber awes, and Avon melts the heart :" says the Author of the fine Poem on the " Pleasures of Memory." Note (/.), page 531. And ladt usjly...
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The Novice of Saint Dominick, Volume 3

Lady Morgan (Sydney) - 1806
...Then lead ing her towards the door, he said: " Go, " syren! you steal me from myself." CHAP. XXVIIf, V And hence the charm historic scenes impart ;Hence...Tiber awes, and Avon melts the heart ; Aerial forms in Teinpe's classic vale Glance through the gloom and whisper in the gale, In wild Vauclusq with Love...
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Poems

Samuel Rogers - English poetry - 1816 - 246 pages
...dare to die. For this young FOSCARI, whose hapless fate1' Venice should blush to hear the Muse relate, When exile wore his blooming years away, To sorrow's...grant no more, And chains and torture hailed him to die shore. And hence the charm historic scenes impart: Hence Tiber awes, and Avon melts the heart,...
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