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" The shelter of thy hallowed hearth ; To thoughts of quiet bliss give birth : Then let the churlish tempest chide, It cannot check the blameless mirth That glads my own fireside. My refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion, strife, and care ;... "
The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham]. - Page 261
redigeeritud poolt - 1826
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The Monthly Review, 108. köide

1825
...thy hallowed hearth ; — To thoughts of quiet bliss give birth : That glads — my own Fire-side ! * My refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion, strife, and care ; Though thunder-clouds the skies deform, Their fury cannot reach me there. There, all is cheerful, calm, and fair, Wrath, Malice,...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

1825
...the churlish tempest chide, It cannot check the blameless mirth That glads — my own Fire-side ! ' My refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion, strife, and care ; Though thunder-clouds the skies deform, Their fury cannot reach me there. There, all is cheerful, calm, and fair, Wrath, Malice,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 95. köide,2. osa;138. köide

1825
...refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion, strife, and care ; Though thunder-clouds tbe skies deform. Their fury cannot reach me there. • There, all is cheerful, calm, and fair, Wrath, Malice, Enry, Strife, or Pride, Have never made their hated lair, By thee — my own Fire-side ! Thy precincts...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 95. köide,2. osa;138. köide

1825
...let the churlish tempest chide, It cannot check the blameless mirth That glads — my own Fire-side ! My refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion, strife, and care ; Though thunder-clouds tbe skies deform. Their fury cannot reach me there. There, all is cheerful, calm, and fair. Wrath,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., 95. köide

1825
...Though thunder-clouds the ikies deform, Their fury cannot reach me there. Tlu-rf, all is cheetfnl, calm, and fair, Wrath, Malice, Envy, Strife, or Pride, Have never made their uated lair, By thee — my own Fire-sio'e ! Thy precincts are a charmed ring, Where no harsh feeling...
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The Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal: Containing ..., 1. köide

1826
...let the churlish tempest chide, I cannot check the blameless mirth That glads — my own Fire-side ! My refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion,...calm, and fair, Wrath, Malice, Envy, Strife, or Pride, Haw never made their hated lair, By thee — my own Fire -side ! Thy precincts are a charmed ring,...
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The Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal, 1. köide

1826
...let the churlish tempest chide, I cannot check the blameless mirth That glad* — my own Fire-side ! My refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion,...There, all is cheerful, calm, and fair, Wrath, Malice, fairy, Strife, or Pride, Have never made their hated lair, By thee — my own Fire -side ! Thy precincti...
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The Literary magnet of the belles lettres, science, and the fine ..., 4. köide

Tobias Merton (pseud) - 1826
...the churlish tempest chide, It cannot check the blahieless mirth That glads — my own Fire-side ! My refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion, strife, and care ; Though thunder-clouds the skies deform, Their fury cannot reach me there. There, all is cheerful, calm, and fair, Wrath, Malice,...
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The Cornish Magazine, 25. number

1826
...let the churlish tempest chide, It cannot check the blameless mirth That glads— my own Fire-side I My refuge ever from the storm ' Of this world's passion, strife and care; Though thunder clouds the skies deform. Their fury cannot reach me there. There, all is cheerful, calm, and...
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The Literary Souvenir, Or, Cabinet of Poetry and Romance

Alaric Alexander Watts - 1826
...the churlish tempest chide, It cannot check the blameless mirth That glads—my own Fire-side! . V. My refuge ever from the storm Of this world's passion, strife, and care i Though thunder-clouds the skies deform, Their fury cannot reach me there. There, all is cheerful,...
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