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" Now earth and ocean vanish'd, all serene The starry firmament alone was seen ; Through the slow, silent hours, he watch'd the host Of midnight suns in western darkness lost, Till Night himself, on shadowy pinions borne, Fled o'er the mighty waters, and... "
The Poetical Works of James Montgomery: Including Several Poems Now First ... - Page 92
by James Montgomery - 1821
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The West Indies, and other poems

James Montgomery - 1810
...starry firmament alone was seen ; Through the slow, silent hours, he watch'd the host Of midnight suns in western darkness lost, Till Night himself, on shadowy...— I go to win a glorious bride ; ' Fearless o'er gulphs unknown I urge my way, ' Where peril prowls, and shipwreck larks for prey : ' Hope swells my...
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The Philanthropist: Or, Repository for Hints and Suggestions ..., Volume 1

Social service - 1811
...cry'd, ' Lead on ; — I go to win a glorious bride ; Fearless o'er gulphs unknown I urge my way, AVhere peril prowls, and shipwreck lurks for prey ; Hope...That maiden-world twin sister of the old, By nature nurs'd beyond the jealous sea, Deny'd to ages, but betroth'd to me.' " His voyage, the ravages of the...
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The West Indies, and other poems

James Montgomery - 1814
...Lights of heaven !' he cried, ' Lead on ; — I go to win a glorious bride.; • Fearless o'er gnlphs unknown I urge my way, • Where peril prowls, and...Hope swells my sail , — In spirit I behold ' That maiden world, twin-sister of th« old, ' By nature nursed beyond the jealous sea, ' Denied to ages,...
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The West Indies, and Other Poems

James Montgomery - Slave trade - 1823 - 160 pages
...starry firmament alone was seen ; Through the slow, silent hours, he watch'd the host Of midnight suns in western darkness lost, Till Night himself, on shadowy...cried, ' Lead on ; — I go to win a glorious bride ; B 4 ' Fearless o'er gulphs unknown I urge my way, ' Where peril prowls, and shipwreck lurks for prey...
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The poetical works of Rogers, Campbell, J. Montgomery, Lamb, and Kirke White ...

Samuel Rogers, Thomas Campbell, James Montgomery, Charles Lamb, Henry Kirke White - 1829 - 497 pages
...starry firmament alone was seen ; Through the slow, silent hours, he watch'd the host Of midnight suns in western darkness lost, Till Night himself, on shadowy...morn Danced on the mountains: — - Lights of heaven !» be cried, « Lead on ; — I go to win a glorious bride ; Fearless o'er gulfs unknown I urge my...
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The poetical works of Rogers, Campbell, J. Montgomery, Lamb, and Kirke White ...

Samuel Rogers, Thomas Campbell, James Montgomery, Charles Lamb, Henry Kirke White - English poetry - 1830 - 496 pages
...starry firmament alone was seen ; Through the slow, silent hours, he watch'd the host Of midnight suns in western darkness lost. Till Night himself, on shadowy...; — I go to win a glorious bride ; Fearless o'er gulfi unknown I urge my way. Where peril prowls, and shipwreck lurks for prey: Hope swells my sail...
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The poetical works of Rogers, Campbell, J. Montgomery, Lamb, and Kirke White ...

Samuel Rogers, Thomas Campbell - 1830
...starry firmament alono was seen ; Through the slow, silent hours, he watch'd the host Of midnight suns in western darkness lost, Till Night himself, on shadowy pinions borne, Fled o'er tho mighty waters, and the morn Danced on the mountains: — " Lights of heaven!" he cried, Lead on...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 34

History - 1833
...seen ; Through the slow,silent hours, he watch'd the host Of midnight suns in western darkness losr, Till Night himself, on shadowy pinions borne, Fled...the mountains: — ' Lights of heaven !' he cried, 1 Lead on ; — t go to win a glorious bride ; Fearless o'er gulfs unknown I nrge my way, Where peril...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 34

Political Science - 1833
...starry firmament alone was seen ; Through the slow, silent hours, he watch'd the host Of midnight suns in western darkness lost, Till Night himself, on shadowy...pinions borne, Fled o'er the mighty waters, and the mom Danced on the mountains : — ' Lights of heaven !' he cried, ' Lead on ; — I go to win a glorious...
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The Monthly Repository, and Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Volume 2

F. S. Wiggins Editors: - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1832
...great expedition, as gazing with eager expectation towards the new world which he hoped to discover — Lights of Heaven, he cried, Lead on ! I go to win a glorious bride, Bv nature nursed beyond the jealous sea, Denied to ages, but betrothed to me. This bride our pilgrim...
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