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" Frighting the wide heaven; And in regions far, Such heroes bring ye forth As those from whom we came , And plant our name Under that star Not known unto our North... "
A History of American Literature - Page 6
by Moses Coit Tyler - 1878
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Drayton, WArner

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...the happy'it men, Be frolic then, J »-t cannons roar, Frighting the pride Heaven, And in region* for Such heroes bring ye forth, As those from whom we...our name Under that star Not known unto our north. And as there plenty grows Of laurel everywhere, Apollo's sacred tree, You jt may see, A poet's brows...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, 5. köide

1839
...You, the happiest men, Be frolic then ; Let cannons roar, Affrighting the wide heaven. And in these regions far, Such heroes bring ye forth As those from...our name Under that star Not known unto our north. And there, as plenty grows Of laurel every where, Apollo's sacred tree, Oh, may you see A poet's brows...
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The United States Democratic Review, 5. köide

1839
...You, the happiest men, Be frolic then ; Let cannons roar, Affrighting the wide heaven. And in these regions far, Such heroes bring ye forth As those from...our name Under that star Not known unto our north. ' And there, as plenty grows Of laurel every where, Apollo's sacred tree, Oh, may you see A poet's...
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Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society, 9. köide

1851
...; Let cannons roarc, Frighting the wide Heaven, And in regions farre, Such heroes bring yee foorth As those from whom we came ; And plant our name Under that starre Not knowne unto our north. And as there plenty growes Of lawrell every where, Apollo's sacred...
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The Historical Magazine, 1. köide

1857
...part of which seem to have the force of prophecy : And in Regions farre Such Herott bring yee foorth, As those from whom We came, And plant our name, Under that Starre, Not knowue unto our North. And as there plenty growcs Of Lawrcll every where, APOI.IO'S Sacred...
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The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the ..., 1. köide

John Ward Dean, George Folsom, John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles, Henry Barton Dawson - 1857
...which seem to have the force of prophecy : And in Regions farre Such Пегое» bring yeo foorth, As those from whom We came, And plant our name, Under that Starre, , Not knownc unto our North. And as there plenty Crowes OfLawrell every where, APOLLO'S Sucrecl...
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History of the Virginia Company of London

Edward Duffield Neill - 1869 - 432 lehte
...shore (Thanks to God, first given) O you the happy'st men, Be frolic then, Let cannons roar, Fighting the wide Heaven. And in regions far, Such heroes bring...our name, Under that star, Not known unto our North. 1 Manuscript Virginia Records. Small folio. Library of Congress. And as there plenty grows Thy voyages...
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History of the United States of America, from the Discovery of the ..., 1. köide

George Bancroft - 1876
...Michael Drayton, the patriot poet "of Albion's glorious isle," cheered them on their voyage, saying, Go, and in regions far Such heroes bring ye forth As those...our name Under that star Not known unto our north. Yet the enterprise was ill concerted. Of the one hundred and five, on the list of emigrants, there...
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A History of American Literature, 1–2. köide

Moses Coit Tyler - 1878 - 330 lehte
...supposed by them to be fat with gold and precious stones and all sorts of unimaginable treasures.* Multitudes of Englishmen became eager to go to Virginia,...grand old Elizabethan singer could not stifle another ambition — the ambition that England might win for herself in America even nobler trophies than those...
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A History of American Literature, 1. köide

Moses Coit Tyler - 1878
...Co. of London," vi. * John Marston's Works, HalliweU's ed., 1856, Vol. III., play of " Eastward Ho." ode the high hope, the anxiety, the ambition, the...grand old Elizabethan singer could not stifle another ambition — the ambition that England might win for herself in America even nobler trophies than those...
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