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" And hauntings of the gray sea-wolf, The palmy Western Key lay lapped In the warm washing of the Gulf. But weary to the hearts of all The burning glare, the barren reach Of Santa Rosa's withered beach, And Pensacola's ruined wall. And weary was the long... "
The Connecticut Magazine - Page 457
edited by - 1897
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 30

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1865
...all The burning glare, the barren reach Of Santa Rosa's withered beach, And Pcnsacola's ruined wall. And weary was the long patrol, The thousand miles...Bias that roll Their drifting dunes of desert sand. Yet, coast-wise as we cruised or lay, The land-breeze still at nightfall bore, By beach and fortress-guarded...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 30

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1865
...all The burning glare, the barren reach Of Santa Rosa's withered beach, And Pcnjacola's ruined wall. And weary was the long patrol, The thousand miles...Bias that roll Their drifting dunes of desert sand. Yet, coast-wise as we cruised or lay, The land-breeze still at nightfall bore. By beach and fortress-guarded...
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War-lyrics and Other Poems

Henry Howard Brownell - United States - 1866 - 243 pages
...bombardment, day by day, With fort and earth-work, far away, Low couched in sullen leagues of mud. A weary time, — but to the strong The day at last,...volcano, laid so long, Leaped forth in thunder and in flame! " Man .your starboard battery ! " Kimberly shouted — The ship, with her hearts of oak, Was...
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Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative and Satirical, of the Civil War

Richard Grant White - American poetry - 1866 - 334 pages
...all The burning glare, the barren reach Of Santa Rosa's withered beach, And Pensacola's ruined wall. And weary was the long patrol, The thousand miles...Bias that roll Their drifting dunes of desert sand. Yet, coastwise as we cruised or lay, The land-breeze still at nightfall bore, Fresh from the forest...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1874 - 534 pages
...all The burning glare, the barren reach Of Santa Rosa's withered beach, And Pensacola's ruined wall. And weary was the long patrol, The thousand miles...Bias that roll Their drifting dunes of desert sand. Yet coast-wise as we cruised or lay. The land-breeze still at nightfall bore, By beach and fortress-guarded...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1874 - 534 pages
...all The burning glare, the barren reach Of Santa Rosa's withered beach, And Pcnsacola's ruined wall. And weary was the long patrol, The thousand miles of shapeless strand. From Hra/.os to San Bias that roll Their drifting dunes of desert sand. Yet coast-wise as wo cruised or...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1875 - 534 pages
...dull bombardment, day by day, With fort and earth-work, faraway, Low couched in sullen leagues of mnd. A weary time, — but to the strong The day at last, as ever, came; And the voleano, laid so long. Leaped forlh in thunder and in Нame ! " Man your starboard battery!" Kimberly...
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The Life of David Glasgow Farragut: First Admiral of the United States Navy ...

Loyall Farragut - Admirals - 1879 - 586 pages
...bombardment, day by day, With fort and earth-work, far away, Low couched in sullen leagues of mud. A weary time, — but to the strong The day at last,...volcano, laid so long, Leaped forth in thunder and in flame ! " Man your starboard battery ! " Kimberly shouted — The ship, with her hearts of oak, Was...
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The Life of David Glasgow Farragut, First Admiral of the United States Navy

Loyall Farragut - Admirals - 1879 - 586 pages
...all The burning glare, the barren reach Of Santa Rosa's withered beach, And Pensacola's ruined wall. And weary was the long patrol, The thousand miles...Bias that roll Their drifting dunes of desert sand. Yet, coastwise as we cruised or lay, The land-breeze still at nightfall bore, By beach and fortress-guarded...
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The Life of David Glasgow Farragut: First Admiral of the United States Navy ...

Loyall Farragut - Admirals - 1879 - 586 pages
...bombardment, day by day, With fort and earth-work, far away, Low couched in sullen leagues of mud. A weary time, — but to the strong The day at last, as ever, came ; And the voleano, laid so long, Leaped forth in thunder and in flame f " Man your starboard battery ! " Kimberly...
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