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" There's one in that poor shed, One by that paltry bed, Greater than thou. Beneath that beggar's roof, Lo ! Death doth keep his state : Enter — no crowds attend — Enter — no guards defend This palace gate. "
The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany - Página 243
1828
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The Friendly Visitor, Volumen22

William Carus Wilson - 1840
...doth keep his state: Enter — no crowds attend — Enter — no guards defend This palace gate. That pavement damp and cold No smiling courtiers tread...That short, deep gasp, and then The parting groan. *'•••• t;Qh! change — oh! wondrous change*- : Burst are the prison bars — This moment there,...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1830
...silent woman stands, Chafing with pale, thin hands, A dying head. . . - •)•>}( ' No busy murmurs sound ; . An infant wail alone : — A sob suppressed...That short, deep gasp — and then The parting groan. ' Oh change ! Oh wond'rous change { T, Burst are the prison bars ! This moment there — so low In...
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The Christian Advocate, Volumen9

1831
...courtiers tread ; One silent woman stands, Chafing With pale, thin hands, Л dying head. " No busy murmurs sound ; An infant wail alone: — A sob suppressed...That short, deep gasp — and then The parting groan. " Oh change ! Oh wondrous- change ! Burst are the prison ban ! This moment there — so low In mortal...
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The Scottish Christian herald

1836
...doth keep his state : Enter — no crowds attend — Enter — no guards defend This palace gate. That pavement damp and cold No smiling courtiers tread...mingling voices sound—- An infant wail alone ; A sob suppress'd — again That short deep gasp, and then The parting groan. Oh ! change — Oh ! wond'rous...
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The birth-day; a poem: to which are added, occasional verses

Caroline Anne Southey - 1836 - 288 páginas
...doth keep his state ; Enter — no crowds attend — Enter — no guards defend This palace gate. That pavement damp and cold No smiling courtiers tread ; One silent woman stands Lifting with meager hands A dying head. No mingling voices sound — An infant wail alone ; A sob suppress'd —...
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The Church of England magazine [afterw.] The Church of England and Lambeth ...

1836
...woman stands, Clasping, with pale thin hands, A dying head. No busy murmurs sound ; An infant-wail alone — A sob suppressed — again That short, deep gasp — and then The parting groan. Oh, change ! — oh, wondrous change ! Burst are the prison-bars! This moment there so low In mortal...
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The Scottish Christian Herald, Volumen1,Parte1

1836
...pavement damp and cold No smiling courtiers trend ; One silent woman stands Lifting with meagre hand• A dying head. No mingling voices sound — An infant wail alone ; A sob suppress'd — again That short deep gasp, and then The parting groan. Oh ! change — Oh l wond'rous...
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The Monthly Review

1836
...defend This palace gate. " That pavement damp and cold A dying head. " No mingling voices sound— No smiling courtiers tread; One silent woman stands Lifting with meagre hands An infant wail alone ; A sob suppressed—again That short deep gasp, and then The parting groan. "...
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Thoughts on duelling, and the Christian character, 4 letters, by Gabriel ...

Richard Warner - 1840
...doth keep his state ; Enter — no crowds attend ; Enter — no guards defend This palace gate. That pavement, damp and cold, No smiling courtiers tread...mingling voices sound — An infant wail alone ; A sob suppress'd — again That short, deep gasp, and then The parting groan. Oh ! change — Oh ! wond'rous...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1840
...doth keep his state : Enter — no crowds attend — Enter — no guards defend This palace gate. That pavement damp and cold No smiling courtiers tread...mingling voices sound — An infant wail alone; A sob suppress'd — agen That short deep gasp, and then The parting groan. Oh ! change — Oh ! wondrous...
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