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" The GRAVE, that never spake before, Hath found at length a tongue to chide ; Oh, listen ! I will speak no more ; Be silent, pride ! " Art thou a WRETCH, of hope forlorn, The victim of consuming care ? Is thy distracted conscience torn By fell despair... "
The Poetical Works of James Montgomery: Including Several Poems Now First ... - Page 154
by James Montgomery - 1821
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The General Assembly's Missionary Magazine: Or Evangelical ..., Volume 2

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly, William Powell Farrand - Presbyterian Church - 1806
...reclined, Shall gently moulder into thee; Kor leave one wretched trace behind Resembling me. Mark! — a strange sound affrights mine ear: My pulse, —...THE GRAVE! "The GRAVE, that never spake before, Hath frnv' ' length a longue to chide: O listen ! — I will speak no more : Be silent, Pride! " Art thou...
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The Antijacobin Review: And Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Volume 24

Literary Criticism - 1806
...impressive, but the? following is a very awkward personification : " Hark ! a strange sound affrights my ear ; My pulse — my brain runs wild, — I rave. : Ah ! who art thou whose voice I hear ? ' lam THE GRAVE !' " • • t ' , • The " OCEAN" is patriotic and poetical : the " Ode to the...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volume 3

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1806
...my brainruns wild, — I rave : — Ah ! who art tliou whose voice I hear ? — " I am THE GRAVK ! " The GRAVE, that never spake before, Hath found at length a tongue to chidee О listen ! — I will speak no more : Be silent, Piide ! " Art thou a WRETCH, of hope forlorn,...
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The Lady's Weekly Miscellany, Volume 11

1810
...thee, Nor leave one wretched trace behind Rciea>Min£ me. Hark ! — a strange sound affrights m'.ne ear, My pulse — my brain runs wild— I rave. — Ah ! who art ihou whose voice I bear> " lam the GKAVK i " The Grave, that never spake bc.'ore. Hath found, M length,...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 6

History - 1811
...limbs reclined, Shall gently moulder into thec ; Nor leave one wretched trace behind Resembling mc. Hark! — a strange sound affrights mine ear; My pulse, — my brain runs wild, — 1 rave : — Ah ! who art thou whose voice 1 hear ? " lam THE GRAVE! " The GRAVE, that never spake...
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The wanderer of Switzerland, and other poems

James Montgomery - 1813
...limbs reclined, Shall gently moulder into thee ; Nor leave one wretched trace behind Resembling me. Hark !— a strange sound affrights mine ear ; My pulse, — my brain runs wild, — I rave ; — rAh ! who art thou whose voice I hear ? " I am THE GRAVE ! " The GRAVE, that never spake before,...
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The Columbian Reader: Comprising a New and Various Selection of Elegant ...

Rodolphus Dickinson - Readers - 1815 - 204 pages
...!—a strange sound affrights mine ear '; My pulse—my brain runs wild—1 rave : —Ah I who art ihou whose voice I hear'? "I am the Grave ! •" The grave,...spake before, Hath found at length a tongue to chide i O listen !—I will speak no more « Be silent, pride ! " Art thou a wretch of hope forlorn, A victim...
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Poems on different subjects: original and selected

Elizabeth C. Jones - History - 1819 - 48 pages
...limbs reclin'd Shall gently moulder into thce ; Nor leave one wretched trace behind^ Resembling me. 84 Hark ! — a strange sound affrights mine ear My pulse...who art thou whose voice I hear ? " I am the grave !" fl The grave, that never spake before, Hath found at length a tongue to chide * O ! listen — I...
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Hymns for occasional use in the Parish Church of St. Peter in Nottingham

R. W. Almond, Parish Church of St. Peter (Nottingham : Church of England) - Hymns, English - 1819 - 164 pages
...Afflictions all his children feel ; He wounds them, for his mercy's sake, He wounds to heal ! CV. 1 1 . The Grave, that never spake before,' Hath found at...! — I will speak no more : — Be silent, Pride ! 2. Art thou a Wretch, of hope forlorn,* The victim of consuming care ? Is thy distracted conscience...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent British poets and ...

New elegant extracts - History - 1827
...limbs reclined, Shall gently moulder into thee ; Nor leave one wretched trace behind Resembling me. Hark ! a strange sound affrights mine ear ; My pulse,...I rave ; — Ah! who art thou whose voice I hear? ' 1 am the Grave! ' The Grave, that never spake before, ' Art thou a wretch of hope forlorn, A victim...
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