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" The king blew a blast on his bugle horn; (Silence!) No answer came; but faint and forlorn An echo returned on the cold gray morn, Like the breath of a spirit sighing. The castle portal stood grimly wide ; None welcomed the king from that weary ride; For... "
The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Page 423
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 40

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1857
...welcomed the King from that weary t :!-. For dead, in the light of the dawning day, The pale aweet form of the welcomer lay, Who had yearned for his voice while dying I The panting steed, with a drooping crest, Stood weary I The King returned from her chamber of rest,...
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The free speaker: a new collection of pieces for declamation, original as ...

William Bentley Fowle - Readers and speakers - 1859 - 326 pages
...spirit sighing. The castle portal stood grimly wide ; None welcomed the King from that weary ride ; For dead, in the light of the dawning day, The pale...eyeing, The tears gushed forth which he strove to check. He bowed his head on his charger's neck, "O, Steed that every nerve didst strain, Dear Steed, our...
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Poems of Manhood ...

1861 - 128 pages
...spirit sighing;. The castle portal stood grimly wide ; None welcomed the king from that weary ride ; For dead, in the light of the dawning day, The pale, sweet form of the welcomer lay, Who hud yearned for his voice while dying ! The panting steed, with a drooping crest. Stood weary ! The...
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Supplement to the Courant, Volume 35

Literary Criticism - 1862
...eigMujr, The castle's portals stood grimly wide, None welcom'd the King from that weary ride : For dead iu the light of the dawning day, The pale sweet form of the welcomer lay, Who had yearn M for hit voice while dying. A DIAMOND EYE. One oi the toughest stories in circulation just...
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Maxwell Drewitt, by F.G. Trafford

Charlotte Eliza L. Riddell - 1865
...the latter : " The castle portal stood grimly wide, None welco"med the king from that weary ride, For dead, in the light of the dawning day, The pale...welcomer lay Who had yearned for his voice while dying." " While dying !" hummed Maxwell, and the words brought him within sight of Eversbeg. There was the...
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Penny readings in prose and verse, selected and ed. by J.E. Carpenter

Penny readings - History - 1866
...spirit sighing. , The castle portal stood grimly wide ; None welcomed the king from that weary ride ; For dead, in the light of the dawning day, The pale...eyeing, The tears gushed forth which he strove to check ; He bowed his head on his charger's neck : " O, steed that every nerve didst strain, Dear steed,...
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The national fifth reader: containing a complete and practical ..., Book 5

Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson - Literary Criticism - 1866 - 600 pages
...spirit sighing. The castle portal stood grimly wide ; None welcomed the king from that weary ride ; For dead, in the light of the dawning day, The pale...welcomer lay, Who had yearned for his voice while dying ! 6. The panting steed, with a drooping crest, Stood weary. The king returned from her chamber of rest,...
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Comstock's elocution, enlarged: a system of vocal gymnastics designed for ...

Andrew Comstock, Philip Lawrence - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1808 - 314 pages
...spirit sitrhing. The castle portal stood grimly wide ; None welcomed the king from that weary ride ; For dead, in the light of the dawning day, The pale...eyeing, The tears gushed forth which he strove to check ; He bowed his head on his charger's neck : " O, steed that every nerve didst strain, Dear steed,...
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The Garland of Poetry for the Young: A Selection in Four Parts

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - History - 1868
...spirit sighing ; The castle portal stood grimly wide ; None welcom'd the king from that weary ride ! For, dead in the light of the dawning day, The pale, sweet form of the welcomer lay, Who had yearn'd for his voice while dying. The panting steed with a drooping crest Stood weary ; The king returned...
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How to sing an English ballad, including 60 songs by eminent authors (words).

Elizabeth Philp - 1869
...spirit sighing ! The castle portal stood grimly wide, None weleom'd the King from that weary ride ; For dead in the light of the dawning day, The pale,...welcomer lay, Who had yearned for his voice while dying. This song is in the key of C ; compass from A to E. Published by Messrs. BOOSET, 28 Holies Street....
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