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" mong men, not mailed in scorn, But in the armour of a pure intent, Great duties are before me, and great songs. And whether crowned or crownless, when I fall, It matters not, so as God's work is done. "
The West of England Miscellany - Page 40
1844
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 19

Literature - 1853
...death. Lift, lift me up By thy sweet inspiration, as the tide Lifts up a stranded b nit upon the beach. I will go forth 'mong men, not mailed in scorn, But...intent. Great duties are before me and great songs, Л ml whether crowned or crownleas, when I fall It matters not, so as God's work is done. I've learned...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1906
...find them in the works of Torn Hood the elder. EDWARD LATHAM. [We seem to recall the lines in Hood.] I will go forth 'mong men, not mailed in scorn, But...before me and great songs, And whether crowned or erownless when 1 fall, It matters not, so as God's work be done. D. R, "GuLA AUGUSTI."— What is the...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1851
...With scornful breath, the kissing, flattering froth, ' Which leaps and dallies with his dipping lip. I will go forth 'mong men not mailed in scorn, But in the armour of a pure intent, And speak my thoughts, which sleep as idly now As the warm lightning in its thunder sheath.' He says...
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The Eclectic Review

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - English literature - 1851
...With scornful breath, the kissing, flattering froth, Which leaps and dallies with his dipping lip. I will go forth 'mong men not mailed in scorn, But in the armour of a pure intent, And speak my thoughts, which sleep as idly now As the warm lightning in its thunder sheath.' He says...
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The New quarterly review, and digest of current literature

...death. Lift, lift me up By thy sweet inspiration, as the tide Lifts up a stranded boat upon the beach. I will go forth 'mong men, not mailed in scorn, But in the armour of a pure intent. Great duties and great songs, And whether crowned or crownless, when I fall It matters not, so as God's work is...
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The National Miscellany: A Magazine of General Literature, Volume 1

1853
...with the lines that close his own Life Drama, when Violet has restored her lover to calm happiness. " I will go forth 'mong men, not mailed in scorn, But...fall It matters not, so as God's work is done. I've learnt to prize the quiet lightning-deed Not the applauding thunder at its heels Which men call Fame....
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 6; Volume 98

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1853
...that his own words shall not fail of fulfilment. ' I will go forth 'mong men, not mailed in acorn, But in the armour of a pure intent ; Great duties...God's work is done. I've learned to prize the quiet light'ning deed, Not the applauding thunder at its heels Which men call Fame.' AUT. III. — The, Stones...
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Poems

Alexander Smith - 1853 - 190 pages
...up a stranded boat upon the beach. I will go forth 'mong men, not mailed in scorn, But in the armor of a pure intent. Great duties are before me and great songs, And whether crowned or crovvnless when I fall, It matters not, so as God's work is done. I re learned to prize the quiet lightning-deed,...
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Putnam's Monthly, Volume 2

1853
...Smith; finds Violet again ; they renew their vows, and repeat the story of their sufferings, and " Great duties are before me and great songs, And, whether crowned or crownless when I Jail It mutters not, 00 as God's work Is done. I've learned to prize the quiet lightning-deed. Not...
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The Southern literary messenger

1853
...tide Liu* up a stranded boat upon the beach. I ģill 50 fonh 'mong men, not mailed in scorn, But ID the armour of a pure intent. Great duties are before me and great songs, Atid whether crowned or crownless, when I fall it uiailers not, go as God's work is done. I've learned...
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