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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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The Birth of the Nation: Jamestown, 1607

Sara Agnes Rice Pryor - 1907 - 352 lehte
...and gold, And ours to hold Virginia, Earth's only paradise. "And in regions far Such heroes bring yee forth As those from whom we came; And plant our name Under that starre Not knowne unto our North." And so with prayer and psalm and song — and doubtless tears —...
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English Poetry (1170-1892)

John Matthews Manly - 1907 - 580 lehte
...Frightening the wide heaven I And in regions far, Such heroes bring ye forth As those from whom we came 1 And plant our name Under that star Not known unto our North 1 60 And where in plenty grows The laurel everywhere, Apollo's sacred tree Your days may see A poet's...
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Poems of American History

Burton Egbert Stevenson - 1908 - 704 lehte
...Above the seas that flows. The clear wind throws, Your hearts to swell Approaching the dear strand; In kenning of the shore (Thanks to God first given)...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...
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Poems of American History

Burton Egbert Stevenson - 1908 - 704 lehte
...hearts to swell Approaching the dear strand; In kenning of the shore (Thanks to God first given) О you the happiest men, Be frolic then! Let cannons...our name Under that star Not known unto our North; And as there plenty grows Of laurel everywhere, — Apollo's sacred tree, — Y'ou it may see, A poet's...
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Alexander Frrancis

Alexander Francis - 1909
...heedless of the invocation addressed to them by the English poet Michael Drayton, who bade them — "... in regions far, Such heroes bring ye forth As those...our name Under that star Not known unto our north." In 1830 the new immigration, if it did not Vital then begin, did at least assume serious pro- Statistlcsportions....
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The Poetic New World

Lucy Henderson Humphrey - 1910 - 526 lehte
...Above the seas that flows, The clear wind throws, Your hearts to swell Approaching the dear strand; In kenning of the shore (Thanks to God first given)...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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English Poetry, 40. köide

Charles William Eliot - 1910 - 1422 lehte
...of the shore (Thanks to God first given)' O you the happiest men, Be frolic then! Let cannons roar, And in regions far, Such heroes bring ye forth As...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...
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Century Readings for a Course in English Literature

John William Cunliffe, James Francis Augustin Pyre, Karl Young - 1910 - 1143 lehte
...happiest men, Be frolic then ! Let cannons roar, Frightening the wide heaven! And in regions far, 55 the stars and the gray sky. She was an elfin pinnace;...dipped my oars into the silent lake. And, as I rose <>r> And as there plenty grows The laurel everywhere, Apollo's sacred tree You may it see A poet's...
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The pageant of English poetry: being 1150 poems and extracts by 300 authors

Robert Maynard Leonard - 1911 - 606 lehte
...Of that delicious land, Above the seas that flows, The clear wind throws, Your hearts to swell 160 In kenning of the shore (Thanks to God first given)...our name, Under that star Not known unto our North. And as there plenty grows Of laurel everywhere, Apollo's sacred tree, You may it see, A poet's brows...
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Poems of patriotism, history and legend

1912
...Above the seas that flows, The clear wind throws, Your hearts to swell Approaching the dear strand; In kenning of the shore (Thanks to God first given)...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...
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