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" Prisoners now I declare you, for such is his Majesty's pleasure!" As, when the air is serene in the sultry solstice of summer, Suddenly gathers a storm, and the deadly sling of the hailstones Beats down the farmer's corn in the field, and shatters his... "
Evangeline: a tale [in verse]. - Page 53
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1848
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The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Volume 1

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1883
...subjects, a happy and peaceable people! Prisoners now I declare you; for such is his Majesty's pleasure!" As, when the air is serene in the sultry solstice...house-roofs, Bellowing fly the herds, and seek to break their enclosures ; Silent a moment they stood in speechless wonder, and then rose Louder and ever louder...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ; with Illustrations

Publishers' bindings - 1894 - 677 pages
...a happy and peaceable people ! Prisoners now I declare you ; for such is his Majesty's pleasure ! " As, when the air is serene in the sultry solstice...house-roofs, Bellowing fly the herds, and seek to break their enclosures ; So on the hearts of the people descended the words of the speaker. Silent a moment they...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: With Numerous ...

1883 - 305 pages
...peaceable people ! Prisoners now I declare you; for such is his Majesty's pleasure ! " As, when the a:r is serene in the sultry solstice of summer. Suddenly...corn in the field and shatters his windows, Hiding tl.e sun, and strewing the ground with thfttch from the house-rnofs, Bellowing fly the heards, and...
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The Imperial dictionary, on the basis of Webster's English dictionary, Volume 3

Charles Annandale - 1883
...or swing; a sweeping stroke, as if made in Blinking. 1 At one Win0 of thy victorious arm.' Milton. As when the air is serene in the sultry solstice of summer, Suddenly gathers a storm, and the deadly iling of the hailstones Beats down the fanner's corn In the field and shatters his windows. 3. A kind...
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The Imperial Dictionary of the English Language: A Complete ..., Volume 4

John Ogilvie - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1883
...or swing; a sweeping stroke, as if made in slinging. ' At one sling of thy victorious arm. ' Milton. As when the air is serene in the sultry solstice of summer. Suddenly gathers a storm, and the deadly tling of the hailstones Beats down the farmer's corn in the field and shatters his windows. Longfellow....
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The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: With Numerous ...

1883 - 348 pages
...a happy and peaceable people ! Prisoners now I declare you ; for such is his Majesty's pleasure ! " As, .when the air is serene in the sultry solstice of summer. Suddenly gathen a storm, and the deadly sling of the hailstones Beats down the farmer's corn in the field and...
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The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

1886 - 1407 pages
...Prisoners now I declare you ; for such is his Majesty's pleasure ! " As, when the air is serene in sultry solstice of summer, Suddenly gathers a storm,...house-roofs, Bellowing fly the herds, and seek to break their enclosures; So on the hearts of the people descended the words of the speaker. Silent a moment they...
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The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, with a prefatory notice by ...

Eva Hope - 1884
...subjects, a happy and peaceable people ! Prisoners now I declare you ; for such is His Majesty pleasure ! " As, when the air is serene in the sultry solstice...the hailstones Beats down the farmer's corn in the fields and shatters his windows, Hiding the sun, and strewing the ground with thatch from the house-roofs,...
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Tales of the Pathfinders

Arthur Gilman - America - 1884 - 225 pages
...that in whatever portion of the King's dominions their lot was cast, they would be faithful subjects. As when the air is serene in the sultry solstice of summer, Suddenly gathers the storm and the deadly sling of the hailstones Beats down the farmer' s corn in the field and shatters...
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Poetical Works, Volume 2

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1886
...Prisoners now I declare you ; for such is his Majesty's pleasure ! " As, when the air is serene in sultry solstice of summer, Suddenly gathers a storm,...house-roofs, Bellowing fly the herds, and seek to break their enclosures ; So on the hearts of the people descended the words of the speaker. Silent a moment they...
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