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" Here rest the village dead, and here too I, When yonder dial points the hour, must lie. Look round, the distant prospect is display'd Like life's fair landscape, mark'd with light and shade. Stranger, in peace pursue thy onward road, But ne'er forget... "
Proceedings - Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - Page xliii
by Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - 1902
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The Ladies' pocket magazine

1838
...continue the same. THE VILLAGE CHURCH-YARD— BY WLBOWLFS. There rest the village dead, — and there, too, I, When yonder dial points the hour, must lie....Like life's fair landscape, marked with light and alinde. Stranger, in peace pursue thy onward road, But ne'er forget thy long and last abode. THE KNIGHT...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 97. köide,1. osa

1827
...country, to a considerable distance, the following elegjnt lines are inscribed upon a small tablet : " Here rest the village dead, and here too I, When yonder...hour, must lie. Look round, the distant prospect is <lisplay'd Like life's fair landscape, mark'd with light and shade. Stranger, in peace pursue thy onward...
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The Literary magnet of the belles lettres, science, and the fine arts, ed ...

1829
...village dead, — and there, too, I, When yonder dial points the hour, most lie. Look 'rmmcl ; — the distant prospect is displayed, Like life's fair landscape, marked with light aid shade. Stranger, in peace pursue thy onward road, But ne'er forget thy long »nd last abode. 176...
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Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century ..., 6. köide

John Nichols - 1848
...country, to a considerable distance, the following elegant lines are inscribed upon a small tablet : ' Here rest the village dead, and here too I, When yonder...hour, must lie. Look round, the distant prospect is display'd Like life's fair landscape, mark'd with light and shade. Stranger, in peace pursue thy onward...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 3. köide;66. köide

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1866
...Cathedral: " There rest the village dead, end there, too, I (When yonder dial points the hour; most lie; Look round, the distant prospect is displayed...marked with light and shade ; Stranger, in peace pursue thine onward road, And ne'er forget thy long and last abode, Yet keep the Christian's hope before thine...
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A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the Age, from Personal Acquaintance

Samuel Carter Hall - 1871 - 495 lehte
...Cathedral. " There rest the village dead, and there, too, I (When yonder dial points the hour) roust lie. Look round, the distant prospect is displayed Like life's fair landscape, marked with light and shadx-. Stranger, in peace pursue thine onward road, And ne'er forget thy long and last abode, Yet...
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Avis Lewarne

Avis Lewarne (fict.name.) - 1876
...wandered about the churchyard, and had been much struck with the appropriate beauty of these words : — " Here rest the village dead ; and here too I, When yonder dial points y« hour, must lie. Look round : in silent, lowly, sad array The tombed dead await y« judgment day....
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A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the Age: From Personal Acquaintance

Samuel Carter Hall - 1877 - 495 lehte
...to be buried at Bremhill, instead of Salisbury Cathedral. "There rest the village dead, and there, too, I ( When yonder dial points the hour) must lie....marked with light and shade. Stranger, in peace pursue thine onward road, And ne'er forget thy long and last abode, Yet keep the Christian's hope before thine...
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Gentleman's Magazine Library: Warwickshire. Westmoreland. Wiltshire

1901
...country to a considerable distance, the following elegant lines are inscribed upon a small tablet: " Here rest the village dead, and here too I, When yonder...hour, must lie. Look round, the distant prospect is display'd Like life's fair landscape, mark'd with light and shade. Stranger, in peace pursue thy onward...
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