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" twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here ; 'Tis but the fool that loves excess hast thou a drunken soul, Thy bane is in thy shallow skull, not in my silver bowl! I love the memory of the past its pressed yet fragrant flowers The moss... "
The Twenty-fourth Regiment, Massachusuetts Volunteers, 1861-1866, "New ... - Page 200
by Alfred Seelye Roe - 1907 - 573 pages
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Lit, Volume 25

1860
...poet, who in answer to an objection of this character, thus indignantly defends our common cause. " I tell you, there was generous warmth in good old...'twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here, "J'is but the fool loves excess ; hast thou a drunken soul 1 The bane is in thy shallow skull, not...
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The Young Lady's Cabinet of Gems: A Choice Collection of Pieces in Poetry ...

Literature - 1860 - 336 pages
...and well he wrought that night at Bunker's Hill ! I tell you there was generous warmth in good ol< English cheer ; I tell you 'twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbc here; 'Tis but the fool that loves excess. Hast thou a drunken soul ? The bane is in thy shallow...
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POEMS

OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES - 1861
...were hurt, 't would keep away the chill ;' So John did drink, and well he wrought that night at I tell you, there was generous warmth in good old English cheer ; I tell you., 't was a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here. 'T is but the fool that loves excess; hast...
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The poems of Oliver Wendell Holmes

Oliver Wendell Holmes - Poetry - 1864 - 410 pages
...would keep away the chill ; So John did drink, and well he wrought that night at Bunker's Hill ! I tell you, there was generous warmth in good old...'twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here. 'T is but the fool that loves excess ; hast thou a drunken soul ? Thy bane is in thy shallow skull,...
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Golden Leaves from the American Poets

American poetry - 1864 - 532 pages
...keep away the chill ;" ,So JOHN did drink, and well he wrought that night at Bunker's Hill ! l tell you, there was generous warmth in good old English...'twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here. 'Tis but the fool that loves excess ; hast thou a drunken soul ? Thy bane is in thy shallow skull,...
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Golden Leaves from the American Poets

John William Stanhope Hows - American poetry - 1865 - 532 pages
...'twould keep away the chill ;" So JOHN did drink, -and well he wrought that night at Bunker's Hill ! I tell you, there was generous warmth in good old...'twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here. 'Tis but the fool that loves excess ; hast thou a drunken soul ? Thy bane is in thy shallow skull,...
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Penny readings in prose and verse, selected and ed. by J.E. Carpenter

Penny readings - History - 1866
...'twould keep away the chill ;" So John did drink, and well he wrought that night at Bunker's hill ! I tell you there was generous warmth in good old English...'twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here. 'Tis but the fool that loves excess ; hast thou a drunken soul ? Thy bane is in thy shallow skull,...
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The Book of Humorous Poetry

William P. Nimmo (Edimburgo) - Humorous poetry - 1867 - 464 pages
...'twould keep away the chill ;' So John did drink, and well he wrought that night at Bunker's Hill ! I tell you, there was generous warmth in good old...'twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here : 'Tis but the fool that loves excess ; hast thou a drunken soul? Thy bane is in thy shallow skull,...
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Tom Hood's Comic Readings in Prose and Verse: A Companion to Carpenter's ...

Tom Hood - Wit and humor - 1869 - 252 pages
...'twould keep away the chill ;" So John did drink and well he wrought that night at Bunker's Hill. I tell you there was generous warmth in good old English...'twas a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here. 'Tis but the fool that loves excess ; hast thou a drunken soul? Thy bane is in thy shallow skull, not...
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NATIONAL LYRICS

JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER - 1869
...would keep away the chill ; So John did drink, and well he wrought that night at Bunker's Hill ! I tell you, there was. generous warmth in good old English cheer ; I tell you, 't was a pleasant thought to bring its symbol here. 'T is but the fool that loves excess ; hast...
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