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Contemplation, a Poem: With Tales, and Other Poetical Compositions
Peržiūra negalima - 2023
appearance bear beautiful beneath boards bosom called cares castle cheer clouds cold colour CONTEMPLATION Cornwall course cried dark daughter dear death deep dreade earth fable face fair father fear fleete foolscap forreste give gold grave green hand hard head heard heart Heaven hill HOPE hour howling KNYGHTE labour late length light live Maid mark MARY midst mind moon morn Mount mournful MUSE nature never night NOTE o'er plains POEMS poor Price pursue rich rise rock round sail says scene seek seems seen shade shore sigh smiles song soon Sorrow soul sound spread steps stone storm sweep sweet Tale tear thee thou thro TREGEAGLE various voice vols wall waves wild winds wing wyth
61 psl. - Sleep'st by the fable of Bellerus old, Where the great vision of the guarded mount Looks toward Namancos and Bayona's hold; Look homeward, Angel, now, and melt with ruth, And, O ye dolphins, waft the hapless youth.
81 psl. - There is a popular story attached to this lake, ridiculous enough as most of those tales are. It is, that a person of the name of Tregeagle, who had been a rich and powerful man but very wicked, guilty of murder and other heinous crimes, lived near this place ; and that, after his death, his spirit haunted the neighbourhood, but was at length exorcised and laid to rest in Dozmare
82 psl. - Tregeagle, who had been a rich and powerful man, but very wicked, guilty of murder and other heinous crimes, lived near this place; and that, after his death, his spirit haunted the neighbourhood, but was at length exorcised and laid to rest in Dozmare Pool. But having in his lifetime, in order to enjoy the good things of this world, disposed of his soul and body to the devil, his infernal majesty takes great pleasure in tormenting him, by imposing on him difficult tasks; such as spinning a rope...
206 psl. - ... it would have obtained for its author a very considerable reputation, though her former work had been wholly unknown.
206 psl. - Vol. I. containing, the Sabbath (5th edition) ; Sabbath Walks ; the Rural Calendar ; and Smaller Poems. Vol. II. containing, the Birds of Scotland ; and Mary Stuart, a Dramatic Poem. 13. THE BIRDS OF SCOTLAND, BIBLICAL PICTURES, and THE RURAL CALENDAR, with other POEMS. By JAMES GRAHAME, Author of " The Sabbath,
206 psl. - Walks ; the Rural Calendar ; and smaller Poems. Vol. II. containing! the Birds of Scotland ; and Mary Stuart, a Dramatic Poem. THE BIRDS of SCOTLAND, BIBLICAL PICTURES and THE RURAL CALENDAR, with other Poems. ' By JAMES GRAHAME, Anthor of " The Sahhath,
83 psl. - IN Cornwaile's famed land, bye the poole on the moore, Tregeagle the wickede did dwelle ; He once was a shepherde, contented and poore, But growing ambytious, and wishing for more, Sad fortune the shepherde befelle.
77 psl. - ... he considers the sun as a most magnificent habitable globe, surrounded by a double set of clouds. Those which are nearest its opaque body are less bright, and more closely connected together, than those of the upper stratum, which form the luminous apparent globe we behold. This luminous external matter is of a phosphoric nature, having several accidental openings in it, through which we see the sun's body, or the more opaque clouds beneath.
70 psl. - Once girt with spreading oaks ; mysterious rows Of rude enormous obelisks, that rise Orb within orb, stupendous monuments Of artless architecture, such as now Oft-times amaze the wandering traveller, By the pale moon discern'd on Sarum's plain...