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" Woe to the youth whom Fancy gains, Winning from Reason's hand the reins, Pity and woe! for such a mind Is soft, contemplative, and kind; And woe to those who train such youth, And spare to press the rights of truth, The mind to strengthen and anneal While... "
The poetical works of Walter Scott, esq - Page 36
by Sir Walter Scott - 1818
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The Port Folio

Joseph Dennie, Asbury Dickins, John Elihu Hall - Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1801
...free From every stern reality, Till, ui the visionary, aeera Her day-dreams truth, and truth a dream. Wo to the youth whom Fancy gains, Winning from Reason's...train such youth. And spare to press the rights of u-uth, The mind to strengthen and anneal, While on the stithy glows the steel! O teacli him, while...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 75

English literature - 1813
...From every stern reality ; Till, to the Arisionary, seem Her day-dreums truth, and truth a dream. Woe to the youth whom Fancy gains, Winning from Reason's hand the reins, Pity :md woe : for such a mind Is soft, contemplative, and kind ; And woe to thoíc who traiu such youth,...
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Rokeby;: a poem

Sir Walter Scott - Marston Moor, Battle of, England, 1644 - 1813 - 333 pages
...stern reality, Till, to the Visionary, seem Her day-dreams truth, and truth a dream. . r XXXI. Woe to the youth whom Fancy gains, Winning from Reason's hand the reins, Pity and woe ! for such a mind Is soft, contemplative, and kind; And woe to those who train such youth, And...
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Rokley; a poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...every stern reality, Till, to the Visionary, seem Her day-dreams truth, and truth a dream. XXXI. Woe to the youth whom Fancy gains, Winning from Reason's hand the reins, Pity and woe ! for such a mind Is soft, contemplative, and kind ; And woe to those who train such youth, And...
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The Boston Spectator: Devoted to Politicks and Belles-lettres, Volume 1

John Park - United States - 1814
...alone -," Said Buney, to have J. rnicxsirrs FHOX MODimv POEM. THE DELUSIVE ANTICIPATIONS OF YOUTH. WO to the youth whom Fancy gains, Winning from Reason's hand the reins, Pity and wo ! Cywich a mind Is soft, contemplative, and kind ; Aod wo to those who train such youth, AoP^pare to...
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The poetical works of Walter Scott

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1820
...every stern reality, Till, to the Visionary, seem Her day-dreams truth, and truth a dream. XXXI. Woe to the youth whom Fancy gains, Winning from Reason's hand the reins, Pity and woe ! for such a mind Is soft, contemplative, and kind ; And woe to those who train such youth, And...
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Original songs and poems in English and Gaelic

Alexander Mackay - 1821 - 196 pages
...looks half of terror, and half of surprize, Where the creature sat croaking and writhing in MARY. Woe, to the youth whom Fancy gains,, Winning from Reason's Hand the reins, Pity and woe ! for such a mind Is soft, contemplative, and kind. » » * # He lov'd — his soul did nature...
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Forty years in the world; or, Sketches and tales of a soldier's life, by the ...

Robert Grenville Wallace - 1825
...fancy in your children. Have you forgotten what Sir Walter Scott has charmingly said, in Rokeby ? ' Woe to the youth whom Fancy gains, Winning from reason's hand the reins ! Pity and woe ! for such a mind Is oft contemplative and kind.' " " True, my dear fellow," answered I, " it forms...
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The poetical works of sir Walter Scott, Volume 10

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1827 - 380 pages
...every stern reality, ТШ, to the visionary, seem Her day-dreams truth, and truth a dream. XXXI. Woe to the youth, whom Fancy gains, Winning from Reason's hand the reins, Pity and woe! for *uch a mind b soft, contemplative, and kind; And woe to those who train such youth. And spare...
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Shores of Vespucci: or, Romance without fiction

Marshall Tufts - Fur trade - 1833 - 240 pages
...there beneath a rising sigh. Hear what the great master of fictionTjas himself testified against it. Wo to the youth whom Fancy gains, W/inning from reason's hand the reins: Pity and wo! for such a mind Is softvcontemplative and kind. And wo to those who train such youth, And spare to press the rights of...
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