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" I sit by the mossy fountain; on the top of the hill of winds. One tree is rustling above me. Dark waves roll over the heath. The lake is troubled below. The deer descend from the hill. No hunter at a distance is seen. It is mid-day: but all is silent. "
Literary Hours: Or, Sketches Critical and Narrative - Page 229
by Nathan Drake - 1800
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The poems of Ossian, tr. by J. Macpherson. To which are prefixed ...

Ossian - 1845
...sunbeam fled from the field, and she was seen no mole. Hear the song of Shilric ; it is soft, but sad ! I sit by the mossy fountain ; on the top of the hill of winds. One tree is rustling above me. Uark waves roll over the heath- The lake is troubled below. The deer descend from the hill. No hunter...
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The Poems of Ossian

James Macpherson - 1847 - 382 lehte
...sunbeam fled from the field, and he was seen no more. Hear the song of Shilric, it is soft, but sad! I sit by the mossy fountain; on the top of the hill...Sad are my thoughts alone. Didst thou but appear, 0 my love ! a wanderer on the heath! thy hair floating on the wind behind thee; thy bosom heaving on...
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The Poems of Ossian

1847 - 382 lehte
...Dark waves roll over the heath. The lake is troubled below. The deer descend from the hill. No banter at a distance is seen. It is mid-day: but all is silent....are my thoughts alone. Didst thou but appear, O my love! a wanderer on the heath! thy hair floating on the wind behind thee; thy bosom heaving on the...
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The poems of Ossian, in the orig. Gaelic, with a literal tr. into ..., 1. köide

Ossian - 1870
...sunbeam fled from the field, and she was seen no more. Hear the song of Shilric ; it is soft but sad ! I sit by the mossy fountain ; on the top of the hill...troubled below. The deer descend from the hill. No He leaned against the grey stone of his love ; 135 Binvela was, in his thoughts, alive. He saw the...
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The Poems of Ossian in the Original Gaelic with a Literal ..., 1. köide

Archibald Clerk - 1870
...take thee, 0 love, close unto me ! I would bring thee to thy father's home. Is it herself I see afar, hunter at a distance is seen. It is mid-day, but all is silent. Sad are my thoughts alone. Didst them but appear, 0 my love ! a wanderer on the heath ! thy hair floating on the wind behind thee ;...
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The land of Lorne, including the cruise of the 'Tern' to the Outer ..., 2. köide

Robert Williams Buchanan - 1871
...all this shadowy, for the " morning is gray on Cromla," or the " pale light of the night is sad." " I sit by the mossy fountain ; on the top of the hill of wind. One tree is rustling above me. Dark waves roll over the heath. The lake is troubled below. The...
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Aungervyle society reprints [ed. by E.M. Goldsmid].

Aungervyle Society - 1881
...my Shilric will fall; but I will remember him. SIT by the mossy Fountain; on the Top of the Hill .pf Winds. One tree is rustling above me. Dark Waves roll...descend from the Hill. No Hunter at a distance is seen; no whistling Cowherd is nigh. It is midday but all is silent. Sad are my thoughts alone. Didst thou...
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The Hebrid Isles: Wanderings in the Land of Lorne and the Outer Hebrides

Robert Williams Buchanan - 1883 - 328 lehte
...all this shadowy, for the ' morning is grey on Cromla,' or the ' pale light of the night is sad.' ' I sit by the mossy fountain ; on the top of the hill of wind. One tree is rustling above me. Dark waves roll over the heath. The lake is troubled below. The...
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A Poet's Sketch-book: Selections from the Prose Writings of Robert Buchanan

Robert Williams Buchanan - 1883 - 314 lehte
...all this shadowy, for the "morning is gray on Cromla," or the " pale light of the night is sad." " I sit by the mossy fountain ; on the top of the hill of wind. One tree is rustling above me. Dark waves roll over the heath. The lake is troubled below. The...
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The Poems of Ossian

1896
...no more. Hear the song of Shilric, it is soft, but sad! * The grave. t Carn-mor, a high rocky hill. I sit by the mossy fountain; on the top of the hill...over the heath. The lake is troubled below. The deer descends from the hill. No hunter at a distance is seen. It is mid-day: but all is silent. Sad are...
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