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" Beyond the struggling lines That push his dread designs* To doom, by some stray ball struck dead : Or in the last charge, at the head Of his determined men, .Who must be victors then ! Nor as when sink the civic great, The safer pillars of the State,... "
Poetical tributes to the memory of Abraham Lincoln - Page 27
by J.B. Lippincott Company. (1865. J.B. Lippincott & co.) - 1865 - 294 pages
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The Lincoln Memorial: A Record of the Life, Assassination, and Obsequies of ...

John Gilmary Shea - 1865 - 288 pages
...was crowded. IX. POEMS. IX. [POEMS. ABRAHAM LINCOLN—AN HORATIAN ODE. BY EICHAED HENEY STODDAED. Not as when some great Captain falls In battle, where...too vast for hope,— A Wonder, blind and dumb, That waits—what is to come! Not more astounded had we been If Madness, that dark night, unseen, Had in...
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The Lincoln Memorial: A Record of the Life, Assassination, and Obsequies of ...

John Gilmary Shea - 1865 - 288 pages
...tears as e'er were shed Above the noblest of our Dead Do we to-day deplore The Man that is no more I Our sorrow hath a wider scope, Too strange for fear,...Wonder, blind and dumb, That waits — what is to come I Not more astounded had we been If Madness, that dark night, unseen, Had in our chambers crept, And...
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Poetry of America: selections from one hundred American poets from 1776 to ...

William James Linton - African Americans - 1878 - 387 pages
...mask. EICHAED HENEY STODDAED. Bom at Hingham, Mass : 1825 — ABRAHAM LINCOLN. (An Horatian Ode.) NOT as when some great Captain falls In battle, where...dark night, unseen, Had in our chambers crept, And murder'd while we slept ! We woke to find a mourning Earth — Our Lares shiver'd on the hearth, —...
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A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1889
...? " I ask. The drivers shake their heads. We parted in the streets of Ispahan. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. OT as when some great Captain falls In battle, where...too vast for hope, A wonder, blind and dumb. That waits—what is to come! Not more astounded had we been If Madness, that dark night, unseen, Had in...
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Local and national poets of America: with biographical sketches and choice ...

Thomas William Herringshaw - Literary Criticism - 1890 - 1036 pages
...the need of swords. With no such tears as e'er are shed Above the noblest of our dead Do we ttxlay deplore The man that is no more. Our sorrow hath a...wonder, blind and dumb. That waits— what is to come I Not more astounded had we been If madness, that dark night, unseen. Had In our chambers crept. And...
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An American anthology, 1787-1900: selections illustrating the editor's ...

Edmund Clarence Stedman - American poetry - 1900 - 878 pages
...some stray ball struck dead: Or, in the last charge, at the head Of his determined men, Who jinift be victors then. Nor as when sink the civic great,...wonder, blind and dumb, That waits — what is to come t Not more astounded had we been If Mildness, that dark night, unseen, Had in our chambers crept, And...
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American Poems, 1776-1900: With Notes and Biographies

Augustus White Long - American poetry - 1905 - 368 pages
...struck dead : Or, in the last charge, at the head Of his determined men, Who mus/be victors then. 15 Nor as when sink the civic great, The safer pillars...wider scope, Too strange for fear, too vast for hope, 10 A wonder, blind and dumb, That waits — what is to come ! Not more astounded had we been If Madness,...
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American Poems, 1776-1900: With Notes and Biographies

Augustus White Long - American poetry - 1905 - 368 pages
...Whose calm, mature, wise words Suppress the need of swords. With no such tears as e'er were shed 5 Above the noblest of our dead Do we to-day deplore...wider scope, Too strange for fear, too vast for hope, 10 A wonder, blind and dumb, That waits — what is to come ! Not more astounded had we been If Madness,...
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Days and Deeds: A Book of Verse for Children's Reading and Speaking

Holidays - 1906 - 399 pages
...sons of light, Among the noble host of th6se Who perished in the cause of Right. ABRAHAM LINCOLN* Not as when some great Captain falls, In battle, where...wonder, blind and dumb, That waits — what is to come! ***** RICHARD HENRY STODDARD. *From "Poems by Richard Henry Stoddard," copyright, 1880, by Charle«...
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