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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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A Library of American Literature, 1. köide

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1888
...Approaching the dear strand. In kenning of the shore (Thanks to God first given) O you the happy'st men, Be frolic then, . Let cannons roar, Frighting...our name Under that star Not known unto our north. And as there plenty grows Of laurel every where, Apollo's sacred tree, You It may see, A poet's brows...
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History of the United States of America, from the Discovery of the ..., 1. köide

George Bancroft - 1888
...paradise." Michael Drayton, the patriot poet " of Albion's glorious isle," cheered them on, 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 were...
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A History of American Literature .., 1. köide

Moses Coit Tyler - 1890
...Co. of London," vi. * John Marston's Works, Halliwcll's ed., 1856, Vol. IH. , 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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History of the Dominion of Canada

William Henry Parr Greswell, Royal Colonial Institute, London - 1890 - 339 lehte
...set sail. Michael Drayton, the poet, cheered them on in the following well-known lines : — ' Go, and in regions far Such heroes bring ye forth As those...our name Under that star Not known unto our north." (5) The date of the Second Charter of Virginia is May 13, 1609, and contains a far larger number of...
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The Genesis of the United States: A Narrative of the Movement in ..., 1. köide

Alexander Brown - 1890 - 1157 lehte
...then ; Let cannons roare, Frighting the wide Heaven, And in regions fane, Such heroes bring yee fobrth 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 Genesis of the United States: A Narrative of the Movement in ..., 1. köide

Alexander Brown - 1890 - 1151 lehte
...; Let cannons roare, 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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Pocahontas: A Story of Virginia

John Roy Musick - 1892 - 366 lehte
...past life, and, almost in despair, asked himself what the future would be. CHAPTEE IV. JAMESTOWN. Go, and in regions far Such heroes bring ye forth As those...our name Under that star, Not known unto our north. — DRAYTON. AFTEE the abortive efforts of Raleigh to plant a colony in Virginia, for fifteen years...
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Columbian Historical Novels, 4. köide

John Roy Musick - 1895
...past life, and, almost in despair, asked himself what the future would be. CHAPTER IV. JAMESTOWN. Go, and in regions far Such heroes bring ye forth As those...our name Under that star, Not known unto our north. — DRAYTON. AFTER the abortive efforts of Raleigh to plant a colony in Virginia, for fifteen years...
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History of the United States of America: From the Discovery of the ..., 1. köide

George Bancroft - 1895
...paradise." Michael Drayton, the patriot poet " of Albion's glorious isle," cheered them on, 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 were...
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An English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History and Literature, 8. köide

Edward Arber - 1896
...(Thanks to GOD first given ! ) O you, the happiest men, Be frolic then ! Let cannons roar ! Frightening the wide heaven. /' And in regions far, Such heroes...our name Under that Star Not known unto our North ! And as there plenty grows Of laurel everywhere, APOLLO'S sacred tree ; You it may see A Poet's brows...
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