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" Had been better far than dying Of a griev'd and broken heart. Unrepining at thy glory, Thy successful arms we hail ; But remember our sad story, And let Hosier's wrongs prevail. Sent in this foul clime to languish, Think what thousands fell in vain, Wasted... "
The early naval ballads of England - Page 117
edited by - 1841 - 144 pages
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Drinking songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

Ballads, English - 1783
...'what thoufands fell in vain, Wafted with difeafe and anguifti, Not in glorious battle flain. Hence Hence with all my train attending From their oozy tombs below, Through the hoary foam afcending, Here I feed my conftant woe : Here the Bastimentos viewing, We recall our fhameful doom,...
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The works of the British poets: with prefaces, biographical and ..., Volume 11

Robert Anderson - English poetry - 1795
...languifh, Think what thoufands fell in vain, Wafted with difeafe and anguifh, Not in glorious battle flam. Hence with all my train attending From their oozy tombs below, Through the hoary foam afcending, Here I feed my conftant woe : Here the Baftimentos viewing, We recal our fhamcful doom,...
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A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain..: Wilkie. Dodsley. Shaw ...

1795
...languilh, Think what thoufands fell in vain. Wafted with difeafe and anguift, Not in glorious battle flain. Hence with all my train attending From their oozy tombs below. Through the hoary foam afcending, Here I feed my confiant woe : Here the Baftimentos viewing, We recaí our (hameful doom,...
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Tales of Wonder;

Matthew Gregory Lewis, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Southey, John Leyden - Ballads, English - 1801
...play'd an English part, " Had been better far than dying " Of a grieved and broken heart. " Unrepining at thy glory, ' ' Thy successful arms we hail ; "...thousands fell in vain, " Wasted with disease and anguish, '1 Not in glorious battle slain. '' Hence with all my train attending " From their oozy tombs below;...
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Tales of Wonder

Matthew Gregory Lewis, Sir Walter Scott, John Leyden, Robert Southey - Ballads, English - 1801
...Think what thoufands fell in vain, " Wafted with difeafe and anguifh, " Not in glorious battle flain. " Hence with all my train attending " From their oozy tombs below ; " Through the hoary foam afcending, " Here I feed my conftant woe : " Here, the Baftimentos viewing, " We recal our fhameful...
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Specimens of the Later English Poets: With Preliminary Notices, Volume 3

Robert Southey - English poetry - 1807 - 482 pages
...played an English part, " Had been better far than dying " Of a grieved and broken heart. " Unrepining at thy glory, " Thy successful arms we hail ; But...below, " Through the hoary foam ascending, " Here I feel my constant woe: " Here the Bastimentos viewing, " We recall our shameful doom, " And our plaintive...
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Specimens of the Later English Poets: With Preliminary Notices, Volume 3

Robert Southey - English poetry - 1807 - 482 pages
...an English part, •" Had been better far than dying " Of a grieved and broken heart. " Unrepining at thy glory, " Thy successful arms we hail ; But remember our sad story, " And lot Hosier's wrongs prevail " Sent in this foul clime to languish, " Think what thousands fell in vain,...
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Drinking-songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

Thomas Park - Ballads, English - 1819
...play'd an English part, ' Had been better far than dying ' Of a griev'd and broken heart. ' Unrepining at thy glory, ' Thy successful arms we hail ; ' But...disease and anguish, ' Not in glorious battle slain. ' Through the hoary foam ascending, ' Here I feed my constant woe : ' Here the Bastimentos viewing,...
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Elegant extracts

Elegant extracts - Poetry - 1816
...has play'd an English pan," Had been belter far than dying Of a griev'd and broken heart. Unrepining at thy glory, Thy successful arms we hail ; But remember...in glorious battle slain. Hence, with all my train atteudiug From their oozy tombs below. Through the hoary foam ascending, Here I feel my constant woe:...
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The Poetical common-place book: consisting of an original selection of ...

Poetical common-place book, William Clapperton - History - 1822 - 388 pages
...play'd an English part,' Had been better far than dying Of a griev'd and broken heart. " Unrepining at thy glory, Thy successful arms we hail ; But remember...thousands fell in vain, Wasted with disease and anguish, " Hence, with all my train attending From their oozy tombs below, Through the hoary foam ascending,...
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