The new Bristol guide, a comic poem [signed F.B.].

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Longman & Company, 1847 - Bristol (England) - 77 pages
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Page 40 - That moat, whose walls still circle round The compass of the Castle ground; Whose bridge still stands in that most mean street, Ennobled by the name of
Page 3 - Hills, rivers, precipices, downs, Woods, valleys, with delight we see Around us spreading ; and we find The charms of Art and Nature
Page 35 - tower, like Pisa's own, Doth lean, and bend, and seem to fall; It swings to its own chimes
Page 51 - he must stand Among the heroes of his native land,— There let him reign, the grandest of the grand.
Page 40 - strong walls of the Fort, That flank'd the weir or Castle ditch; Those palace halls, whose
Page 35 - crusades, where loss Of life was held the soul's salvation, And butchering Turks, regeneration.
Page 3 - So genially, that each to each Is like what music is to speech.

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