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" O'er grovelling generations past Upstood the Doric fane at last ; And countless hearts on countless years Had wasted thoughts, and hopes, and fears, Rude laughter and unmeaning tears, Ere England Shakespeare saw, or Rome The pure perfection of her dome.... "
One Hundred Modern Scottish Poets: With Biographical and Critical Notices - Page lvi
by David Herschell Edwards - 1897
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 1

American literature - 1865 - 820 pages
...laughter and unmeaning tears, Ere England Shakspeare saw, or Rome The pure perfection of her dome. Others I doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils shall see ; And (they forgotten and unknown) Young children gather as their own The harvest that the dead had...
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Putnam's Monthly, Volume 2

American literature - 1853 - 706 pages
...unmeaning tears, Ere England's ShaViSp?are saw, or Home, The pure perfection of her dome. Others, 1 doubt not. If not we. The Issue of our toils shall...Dead have sown — The Dead, forgotten and unknown. Let me sign myself, my dear sir (as we arc all "strangers and pilgrims" so myself in an especial sense),...
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Putnam's Monthly, Volumes 1-2

American literature - 1853 - 710 pages
...Боте, The pure perfection of her dome. Others, 1 doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils shah1 see ; Young children gather as' their own The harvest...Dead have sown — The Dead, forgotten and unknown. Let me sign myself, my dear sir (as we are all " strangers and pilgrims " so myself in an especial...
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The National Review, Volume 19

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - Periodicals - 1864 - 446 pages
...laughter and unmeaning tears ; Ere England Shakespeare saw, or Borne The pure perfection of her dome. Others I doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils shall see ; And (they forgotten and unknown) Young children gather as their own The harvest that the dead had...
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A Campaigner at Home

Sir John Skelton - 1865 - 398 pages
...of the play, history, they say, will be able to estimate what these spendthrift wars have purchased. Others, I doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils shall see ; And — we forgotten and unknown — Young children gather as their own The harvest that the dead...
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The Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough: With a ..., Volume 1

Arthur Hugh Clough - Prose poems, English - 1869 - 448 pages
...laughters, and unmeaning tears, Ere England's Shakspeare saw, or Rome, The pure perfection of her dome. Others, I doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils...dead have sown — The dead, forgotten and unknown. Let me sign myself, my dear sir (as we are all ' strangers and pilgrims,' so myself in an especial...
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The Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough: With a ..., Volume 1

Arthur Hugh Clough - Prose poems, English - 1869 - 448 pages
...laughters, and unmeaning tears, Ere England's Shakspeare saw, or Rome, The pure perfection of her dome. Others, I doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils...dead have sown — The dead, forgotten and unknown. Let me sign myself, my dear sir (as we are all ' strangers and pilgrims,' so myself in an especial...
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The Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough: With a ..., Volume 2

Arthur Hugh Clough - 1869 - 518 pages
...laughter and unmeaning tears ; Ere England Shakespeare saw, or Rome The pure perfection of her dome. Others, I doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils...children gather as their own The harvest that the dead had sown, The dead forgotten and unknown. THE DREAM LAND. I To THINK that men of former days In naked...
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The Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough: With a ..., Volume 2

Arthur Hugh Clough - 1869 - 520 pages
...laughter and unmeaning tears ; Ere England Shakespeare saw, or Rome The pure perfection of her dome. Others, I doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils...children gather as their own The harvest that the dead had sown, The dead forgotten and unknown. THE DREAM LAXD. I To iHINK that men of former days In naked...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 48

Medicine - 1871 - 580 pages
...accomplished, and it is probable that what has been done will serve as the basis for yet more rapid progress. " Others, I doubt not, if not we, The issue of our toils...dead have sown — The dead forgotten and unknown." But to attempt to indicate the future course of surgery, or to define the limits of its progress, would...
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