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" There is not one who has not hung Enraptured, on the Voice of Praise. The timid child, at that soft voice Lifts for a moment's space the eye ; It bids the fluttering heart rejoice, And stays the step prepared to fly... "
The Polyanthos - Page 275
1812
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La Belle assemblée: or, Bell's court and fashionable magazine, 4. köide

1811
...delight the young — In lordly ball, in rustic bower, IB every clime, in every tongue, Howe'erits sweet vibration rung, In whispers low, in poet's lays, There lives not one who has not bung, Euraplur'd on the voice of praise. The timid child, at that soft voice, Lifts fur a moment's...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, 8. köide

Enos Bronson - 1812
...THERE is a voice of magic power, To charm the old, delig-ht the young— In lordly hall, in rustic bower, In every clime, in every tongue, Howe'er its...voice of praise. The timid child, at that soft voice, Lifls for a moment's space the eye; It bids the flattering heart rejoice, And stays the step prepar'd...
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Tales of the Priory, 2. köide

Mrs. Hofland (Barbara) - 1820
...frugal, they were rich in happiness, and splendid in the mental stores which they displayed. CHAP. IV. In every clime, in every tongue, Howe'er its sweet...who has not hung, Enraptur.d on the voice of praise. MlSS MlTFOttD. «« THIS is all very pleasant," said Mrs. Barnard to herself, " but, dear heart, it...
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Tales of the priory, 1. köide

Barbara Hofland - 1820
...frugal, they were rich in happiness, and splendid in the mental stores which they displayed. CHAP. nr. In every clime, in every tongue, Howe'er its sweet...who has not hung, Enraptur'd on the voice of praise. Miss MITIORD . « THIS is all very pleasant," said Mrs. Barnard to herself, " but, dear heart, it cannot...
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The Poetical Common-place Book: Consisting of an Original Selection of ...

Poetical common-place book - 1822 - 388 lehte
...MlTFOlin. THERE is a voice of magic power To charm the old, delight the young — In lordly hall, in rustic bower, In every clime, in every tongue, Howe'er its...bids the fluttering heart rejoice, And stays the step prepared to fly : "J'is pleasure breathes that short quick sigh, And flushes o'er that rosy face ;...
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The Poetical Album: And Register of Modern Fugitive Poetry, 2. köide

Alaric Alexander Watts - 1829
...THRRE is a voice of magic power To charm the old, delight the young — * In lordly hall, in rustic bower, In every clime, in every tongue, Howe'er its...poet's lays, There lives not one who has not hung Enraptured on the voice of praise. The timid child, at that soft voice, Lifts for a moment's space...
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The Poetical Album: And Register of Modern Fugitive Poetry, 2. köide

Alaric Alexander Watts - 1829
...HITFORD. THERE is a voice of magic power To charm the old, delight the young — In lordly hall, in rustic bower, In every clime, in every tongue, Howe'er its...poet's lays, There lives not one who has not hung Enraptured on the voice of praise. The timid child, at that soft voice, Lifts for a moment's space...
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The Witch of the Westcot: A Tale of Nova-Scotia, in Three Cantos; and Other ...

Andrew Shiels - 1831 - 213 lehte
...hall, in rustic bower, In every clime, in every tongue, Howe'er its sweet vibrations rung, In whipers low, in poet's lays, There lives not one who has not hung Enraptured on the voice of praise. MITFOBD. far other is the fate of the Bard in America, more particularly...
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The Life of George Brummell, Esq., Commonly Called Beau Brummell, 2. köide

William Jesse - 1844
...sweet vibration rung, In whispers low, in poets' lays, There is not one who has not hung Enraptured, on the Voice of Praise. The timid child, at that soft...bids the fluttering heart rejoice, And stays the step prepared to fly : Tis pleasure breathes that short quick sigh, And flushes o'er that rosy face ; Whilst...
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The Life of George Brummell, Esq: Commonly Called Beau Brummell, 2. köide

William Jesse - 1844
...GRANVILLE. There is a voice of magic power, To charm the old, delight the young, In lordly hall, in rustic bower, In every clime, in every tongue ; Howe'er its sweet vibration rung, In whispers low, in poets' lays, There is not one who has not hung Enraptured, on the Voice of Praise. The timid child,...
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