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" Rings o'er the echoing sea ; While, bending to heaven, the warriors hail That home of the brave and free. Then turned they unto the eastern wave, Where now their Day-God's eye A look of such sunny omen gave As lighted up sea and sky. Nor frown was seen... "
Irish Pedigrees: Or, The Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation - Page 53
by John O'Hart - 1892
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Volume 4

Thomas Moore - 1841
...echoing sea ; While, bending to heav'n, the warriors hail That home of the brave and free. Then turn'd they unto the Eastern wave, Where now their Day-God's...their Isle of Destiny Our great forefathers trod. * The Island of Destiny, one of the ancient names of Ireland. THE NIGHT DANCE. STRIKE the gay harp...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1844
...echoing sea ; While, bending to heav'n, the warriors hail That home of the brave and free. Then turn'd they unto the Eastern wave, Where now their Day-God's...their Isle of Destiny Our great forefathers trod. should obtain the possession of a Western IsUnd («hieb wai Ireland), and there inhabit." — Krating....
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 30

History - 1847
...home of the brave and fre*. " Then turned they into the eajtira wave, Where now their day-god's eve A look of such sunny omen gave. As lighted up sea and sky. Nor frown was seen through sky or •*», Nor tear o'er leaf or sod. When first on tho isle of Destiny Our great forefathers trod."*...
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Irish Melodies

Thomas Moore - Folk music - 1849 - 165 pages
...echoing sea, While, bending to heav'n, the warriors hail That home of the brave and free. Then turn'd they unto the Eastern wave, Where now their Day-God's...their Isle of Destiny Our great forefathers trod. * " Milesius remembered the remarkable prediction of the principal Druid, who foretold that the posterity...
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The Irish quarterly review

History - 1851
...While, bending to hra v'n, the warriors hall That home of the brave and free. " Then tum'd they nnto the Eastern wave, Where now their Day-God's eye A...their Isle of Destiny Our great forefathers trod." under the command of Emher, Eremhon, and Ir, sons of Golamh, a Spanish warrior. These three princes...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - Literary Criticism - 1851
...heav'n, the warriors hail That home of the brave and free. Then turn'd they unto the Eastern trove, Where now their Day-God's eye A look of such sunny omen gave Ля lighted up sea. and sky. Nor frown was seen through sky or eea ; Nor tear o'er leaf or sod, When...
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Irish melodies

Thomas Moore - 1852 - 165 pages
...echoing sea, While, bending to heav'n, the warriors hail That home of the brave and free. Then turn'd they unto the Eastern wave, Where now their Day-God's...their Isle of Destiny Our great forefathers trod. * " Milesius remembered the remarkable prediction of the principal Druid, who foretold that the posterity...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore: Complete in one volume

Thomas Moore - Poetry - 1853 - 747 pages
...to heav'n, the warriors hu3 That homo of the brave and free. Theo turn'd they unto the Eastern wire, Where now their Day-God's eye A look of such sunny...their Isle of Destiny Our great forefathers trod. 268 '.»69 THE NIGHT DANCE. 1тжпсЕ the gay harp ! eeo the moon is on high, And, as true to her...
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Irish melodies

Thomas Moore - 1854
...eehoing sea, While, hending to heav'n, the warriors hall That home of the hrave and free. Then turn'd they unto the Eastern wave, Where now their Day-God's eye A look of suoh sunny omen gave As lighted up sea and sky. Nor frown was seen through sky or sea, Nor tear o'er...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore: With a Memoir, Volume 2

Thomas Moore - History - 1855
...echoing sea ; While, bending to heav'n, the warriors hail That home of the brave and free. Then turn'd they unto the Eastern wave. Where now their Day-God's...their Isle of Destiny Our great forefathers trod. • "Milesius remembered the remarkable prediction of the principal Druid, who foretold that the posterity...
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