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" As, without sound or struggle, The stars unhurrying march, Where Allah's finger guides them, Through yonder purple arch, These Franks, sublimely silent, Without a quickened breath, Went in the strength of duty Straight to their goal of death. "
The return of the Guards, and other poems - Page 81
by Francis Hastings C. Doyle (sir, 2nd bart.) - 1866
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The Victoria regia, original contributions in poetry and prose, ed. by A.A ...

Victoria regia - Literary Criticism - 1861
...silent, Without a quickened breath, Went, in the strength of duty, Straight to their goal of death. " If I were now to ask you, To name our bravest man, Ye all at once would answer, They called him Mehrub Khan. He sleeps among his fathers, Dear to our native land, With the bright mark he bled for...
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Lectures on Poetry: Delivered at Oxford

Sir Francis Hastings Doyle - English poetry - 1877 - 292 pages
...silent, Without a quickened breath, Went, in the strength of duty, Straight to their goal of death. ' If I were now to ask you To name our bravest man,...they sing of Roostum Fill all the past with light ; 1 Mehrab Khan died, as he said he would, sword in hand, at the door of his own zenana. Newspaper...
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Lectures delivered before the University of Oxford, 1868. (Lectures on poetry).

sir Francis Hastings C. Doyle (2nd bart.) - 1877
...silent, Without a quickened breath, Went, in the strength of duty, Straight to their goal of death. ' If I were now to ask you To name our bravest man,...at once would answer, They called him Mehrab Khan 1 He sleeps among his fathers, Dear to our native land, With the bright mark he bled for Firm round...
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Lyra Heroica: A Book of Verse for Boys

William Ernest Henley - English poetry - 1891 - 364 pages
...sublimely silent, Without a quickened breath, Went in the strength of duty Straight to their goal of death. 'If I were now to ask you To name our bravest man,...Firm round his faithful hand. 'The songs they sing of Rustum Fill all the past with light; If truth be in their music, He was a noble knight. But were those...
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Lyra Heroica: A Book of Verse for Boys

William Ernest Henley - American poetry - 1891 - 364 pages
...sublimely silent, Without a quickened breath, Went in the strength of duty Straight to their goal of death. 'If I were now to ask you To name our bravest man,...Firm round his faithful hand. 'The songs they sing of Rustum Fill all the past with light; If truth be in their music, He was a noble knight. But were those...
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Poet's Walk

Mowbray Morris - English poetry - 1898 - 343 pages
...silent, Without a quickened breath, Went, in the strength of duty, Straight to their goal of death. ' If I were now to ask you To name our bravest man,...our native land, With the bright mark he bled for ' The songs they sing of Roostum Fill all the past with light ; If truth be in their music, He was...
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The Golden Treasury: Selected from the Best Songs and Lyrical Poems in the ...

Francis Turner Palgrave - English poetry - 1900 - 275 pages
...silent, Without a quicken'd breath, Went, in the strength of duty, Straight to their goal of death. ' If I were now to ask you, To name our bravest man, Yc all at once would answer, They call'd him Mehrab Khan. He sleeps among his fathers, Dear to our...
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The poets and the poetry of the nineteenth century, Volume 4

Alfred Henry Miles - English poetry - 1905
...silent, Without a quickened breath, Went, in the strength of duty, Straight to their goal of death. " If I were now to ask you, To name our bravest man,...round his faithful hand. " The songs they sing of Roostrum Fill all the past with light ; If truth be in their music, He was a noble knight. But were...
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The Tripled Crown: A Book of English, Scotch and Irish Verse

Children's poetry, English - 1908 - 304 pages
...quickened breath, Went in the strength of duty Straight to their goal of death. THE RED THREAD OF HONOUR ' If I were now to ask you To name our bravest man,...bright mark he bled for Firm round his faithful hand. 1 The songs they sing of Rustum Fill all the past with light ; If truth be in their music, He was a...
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A School Reader, Book 4

Fanny E. Coe - Readers - 1908
...Without a quickened breath, Wrent, in the strength of duty, Straight to their goal of death. 112 " If I were now to ask you To name our bravest man,...fathers, Dear to our native land, With the bright mark lie bled for Firm round his faithful hand. " The songs they sing of Roostum Fill all the past with...
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