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" No genial fount, no grateful tree, rise with their pleasant company. Never a beast or bird is there, in that hoary desert bare. Nothing breaks the almighty stillness. Even the jackal's felon cry might seem a soothing melody. "
The Royal lady's magazine, and archives of the court of St. James's - Page 177
by Horticultural journal - 1833
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The National standard, of literature, science, music [&c.] ed. by ..., Issue 57

Frederick William N. Bayley - 1833
...instance, which has been generally noticed by the presii. The passage quoted is thus given in the tale. " No genial fount, no grateful tree, rise with their...company. Never a beast or bird is there, in that hoary desart bare. * * Even thcjackall's felon cry might seem a soothing melody," &c. 'llie above being...
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Miriam Alroy: A Romance of the Twelfth Century

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - English fiction - 187? - 106 pages
...have none. No genial fount, no grateful tree, rise with their pleasant company. Never a beast or a bird is there, in that hoary desert bare. Nothing...jackal's felon cry, might seem a soothing melody. A gray wild rat, with snowy whiskers, out of a withered bramble stealing with a youthful snake in its...
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ALROY. IXION IN HEAVEN. THE INFERNAL MARRIAGE. POPANILLA.

RIGHT HONORABLE B. DISRAELI - 1878
...his nerves, and lightning of his veins. Food or water they have none. No genial fount, no graceful tree, rise with their pleasant company. Never a beast...might seem a soothing melody. A grey wild rat, with suowy whiskers, out of a withered bramble stealing, with a youthful snake in its ivory teeth, in the...
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Alroy. Ixion in heaven. The infernal marriage. Popanilla

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1881
...his nerves, and lightning of his veins. Food or water they have none. No genial fount, no graceful tree, rise with their pleasant company. Never a beast...bare. Nothing breaks the almighty stillness. Even tho jackal's felon cry might seem a soothing melody. A grey wild rat, with snowy whiskers, out of a...
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