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" Nor thou, though learn'd, his homelier thoughts neglect; Let thy sweet muse the rural faith sustain ; These are the themes of simple, sure effect, That add new conquests to her boundless reign, And fill, with double force, her heart-commanding strain. "
Anthologia Hibernica: Or Monthly Collections of Science, Belles-lettres, and ... - Page 386
1793
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1788
...boundlefs reign, And £11, with double furcc, her heart-commanding fixait». П1. Ev'n yet preftrv'd, how often may'ft thou hear, Where to the pole the...the father to his lift'ning fon Strange lays, whofe power had charm'da Spencer's ear. At ev'ry paufe, before thy mind pofleft, Old Runic bards ihall feem...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 13

1788
...And nil, with double force, her heart-commanding ftrain. III. Ev'n yet prefcrv'd, how often may'll thou hear, Where to the Pole the Boreal mountains run, Taught by the father to his liftening fon Strange lays, vhofe power had charm'da Spenfer*s ear. At ev'ry pnufc, before thy mind...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ...

English poets - 1790
...thoughts negleft; Let thy fweet Mufe the rural faith fufhtin; Thefe are the themes of fimple, fure effeft, That add new conquefts to her boundlefs reign,...Boreal mountains run, Taught by the father, to his liftening fon ; Strange lays, whofe power had charm'da Spenfer's ear. At At every paufe, before thy...
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Annual Register, Volume 30

History - 1790
...add new conquerís to her boundlefs reign, And fill, with double force, her heart-commanding ¿train. III. Ev'n yet preferv'd, how often may'ft thou hear,...the father to his lift'ning fon Strange lays, whofe power had charm'da Spencer's ear. At ev'ry pauie, before thy mind poflelr., Old Runic bards mall feem...
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Annual Register, Volume 30

Edmund Burke - History - 1790
...And fill, with double force, her heart-commanding firain. III. Ev'n yet preferv'd, how often may'il thou hear, Where to the pole the Boreal mountains...the father to his lift'ning fon Strange lays, whofe power had charm'da Spencer's ear. At ev'ry paufe, before thy mind pofleft, Old Runic bards ihall feem...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1790
...heart-commanding ftrain. III. Ev'n yet preferv'd, how often may'ft thou hear, Where to the pole the BoreaJ mountains run, Taught by the father to his lift'ning fon Strange lays, whofe power had charm'da Spencer's ear. At ev'ry paufe, before thy mind pofleft, Old Runic bards fliall feem...
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry ..., Volumes 13-15

English poetry - 1791
...reign, And fill, with double force, her heart-command ing strain. Ev'n yetpreserv'd, how often may'st thou hear, Where to the pole the Boreal mountains run, Taught by the father, to his list'ning son ; At every pause, before thy mind possest, Old Runic Bards shall seem to rise around,...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 9

Robert Anderson - English poetry - 1795
...new conquefts to her boundlels reign, And fill, with double force, her heart-commanding {train. ET'P yet preferv'd, how often may'ft thou hear, Where to...the Boreal mountains run, Taught by the father, to bin liftening fon ; Strange lay% whofe power had charm'da Spenfcr's ear. At every panfr, before thy...
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Encyclopædia britannica: or, A dictionary of arts ..., Volume 15, Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Reference - 1797
...new conquefts to her boundlefs reign, And nil, with double force, her heart-commanding III. [ftrain. Ev'n yet preferv'd, how often may'ft thou hear, Where...ev'ry paufe, before thy mind pofleft, Old Runic bards mall feem to rife around, With uncouth lyres in many-colour'd veft, Their matted hair with boughs fantaflic...
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The poetical works of mr. William Collins

William Collins - 1797
...double force, her heart-commanding ftr: III. Ev'n yet preferv'd, how often may'ft thou hear, 'NVhere to the pole the Boreal mountains run, Taught by the...ev'ry paufe, before thy mind pofleft, Old Runic bards fhall feem to rife around, With uncouth lyres, in many-colour'd veft, Their matted hair with boughs...
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