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" Here are the lofty oak, the beech, that " wreaths its old fantastic roots so high," the rustling pine, and the drooping willow ; — the tree that sheds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; and the evergreen with... "
The Poetry of Travelling in the United States - Page 159
by Caroline Howard Gilman - 1838 - 430 pages
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The New England Gazetteer: Containing Descriptions of All the States ...

John Hayward - Names, Geographical - 1829 - 508 pages
...the tree, that sheds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; and the evergreen, with its perennial shoots, instructing...protect and conceal the newmade grave ; and there is the wild flower creeping along the narrow path, and planting its seeds in the upturned earth. All around...
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An address delivered on the dedication of the cemetery at Mount Auburn ...

Joseph Story, Massachusetts Horticultural Society - Cemeteries - 1831 - 32 pages
...willow;—the tree, that sheds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom; and the evergreen, with its perennial shoots, instructing...breathes a solemn calm, as if we were in the bosom of a wilderness, bpken only by the breeze as it murmurs through the tops of the forest, or by the notes...
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The New-England Magazine, Volume 1

Joseph Tinker Buckingham, Edwin Buckingham, Samuel Gridley Howe, John Osborne Sargent, Park Benjamin - American literature - 1831
...the tree, that shed« its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; and the evergreen, with its perennial shoots, instructing...is the thick shrubbery to protect and conceal the now-made grave; and there is the wild-flower creeping along the narrow path, and planting its seeds...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volume 2

1835
...the tree, that sheds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; in pieces, and shall only have his head cut off! I forgive his relatives. a wilderness, broken only bv the breeze as it murmurs through the tops of the forest, or by the noies...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volume 2

1835
...the tree, that sheds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; and the evergreen, with its perennial shoots, instructing...breathes a solemn calm, as if we were in the bosom of a wilderness, broken only by the breeze as it murmurs through the tops of the forest, or by the notes...
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The Miscellaneous Writings: Literary, Critical, Juridical, and Political of ...

Joseph Story - Constitutional law - 1835 - 527 pages
...sheds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; and the evergeen, with its perennial shoots, instructing us, that "...and conceal the new-made grave ; and there is the wild flower, creeping along the narrow path, and planting its seeds in the upturned earth. All around...
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Specimens of American Eloquence: Consisting of Choice Selections from the ...

Orators - 1837 - 383 pages
...tree, that sheds its pale leaves) N with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; i / and the evergreen, with its perennial shoots, instructing...wintry blast of death kills not the buds of virtue." V Here is the thick shrubbery to protect and conceal the newmade grave ; and there is the wild-flower...
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The New England Gazetteer: Containing Descriptions of All the States ...

John Hayward - New England - 1839 - 508 pages
...willow,—the tree, thai sheds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; and the evergreen, with its perennial shoots, instructing...its seeds in the upturned earth. All around us there breaths a solemn calm, as if we were in the bosom of a wilderness, broken only by the breeze as t murmurs...
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The New England Gazetteer: Containing Descriptions of All the States ...

John Hayward - New England - 1839 - 512 pages
...the tree, that sheds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; and the evergreen, with its perennial shoots, instructing...planting its seeds in the upturned earth. All around u there breaths a solemn calm, as if we were in the bosom of a wilderness, broken only by the breeze...
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The New England Gazetteer: Containing Descriptions of All the States ...

John Hayward - New England - 1839 - 508 pages
...the tree, that •beds its pale leaves with every autumn, a fit emblem of our own transitory bloom ; and the evergreen, with its perennial shoots, instructing...along the narrow path, and planting its seeds in the unturned earth. All around us there breaths a solemn calm, as if we were in the bosom of a wilderness,...
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