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" While gay saloons appeared on either side In splendid vista opening to her sight; And all with precious gems so beautified, And furnished with such exquisite delight, That scarce the beams of heaven emit such lustre bright. The amethyst was there of violet... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 476
1811
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry ..., Volume 6

1811
...That scarce the beams of heaven emit such lustre bright. XIT. The amethyst was there of violet hue, And there the topaz shed its golden ray, The chrysoberyl,...Or the mild eyes where amorous glances play ; The snow-white jasper and the opp.l's flame, The blushing ruby and the agate grey, And there the gtm which...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 6

1811
...blue As the clear azure of a sunny day, Or the mild eyes where amorous glances play ; The snow-white jasper and the opal's flame, The blushing ruby and the agate grey, And there the gern which bears his luckless name, Whose death by Phoebus mourn'd, ensur'd him deathless fame. There...
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Psyche: With Other Poems

Mary Tighe - 1812 - 230 pages
...delight, That scarce the beams of heaven emit such lustre bright. The amethyst was there of violet hue, And there the topaz shed its golden ray, The chrysoberyl,...flame, The blushing ruby, and the agate grey, And Ihefe the gem which bears his luckless name Whose death by Phoebus mourned ensured him deathless fume....
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Psyche: With Other Poems

Mary Tighe - 1812 - 311 pages
...emit such lustre bright. The amethyst was there of violet hue, And there the topaz shed its gojden ray, The chrysoberyl, and the sapphire blue As the...Or the mild eyes where amorous glances play ; The snow-white jasper, and the opal's flame, The blushing ruby, and the agate grey, And there the gem which...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 9

1813
...opened wide, There, pausing oft, with timid foot she stole ' The amethyst was there of violet hue, And there the topaz shed its golden ray, The chrysoberyl,...which bears his luckless name Whose death by Phoebus mourned ensured him deathless fame. • There the green emerald, there cornelians glow, And rich carbuncles...
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Specimens of British poetesses, selected by A. Dyce

Alexander Dyce - 1827
...glances play ; The snow-white jasper, and the opal's flame, The blushing ruby, and the agate gray, And there the gem which bears his luckless name Whose death, by Phrebus mourn'd, ensur'd him deathless fame. There the green emerald, there cornelians glow, And rich...
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Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - 1844
...delight, That scarce the beams of heaven emit suchlustre bright. The amethyst was there of violet hue, inclement snow-white jasper, and the opal's flame, The blushing ruby, and the agate gray, And there the gem which...
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The mosaic workers, to which is added The orco. Tr. from the Fr. of George ...

Amandine Lucile A. Dudevant - 1844
...delight, That scarce the beams of heaven emit such lustre bright. The amethyst was there of violet hue, ' And there the topaz shed its golden ray, The chrysoberyl,...Or the mild eyes where amorous glances play ; The snow-white jasper, and the opal's flame, The blushing ruby, and the agate grey, And there the gem which...
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The British Female Poets

George Washington Bethune - 1848 - 490 pages
...delight, That scarce the beams of heaven emit such lustre bright. The amethyst was there of violet hue, And there the topaz shed its golden ray, The chrysoberyl,...Or the mild eyes where amorous glances play ; The snow-white jasper, and the opal's flame, The blushing ruby, and the agate gray, And there the gem which...
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Criticisms

John William Lester - 1848 - 99 pages
...delight, That scarce the beams of heaven emit such lustre bright. The amethyst was there of violet hue, And there the topaz shed its golden ray, The chrysoberyl,...blue As the clear azure of a sunny day, Or the mild eye where amorous glances play ; The snow-white jasper, and the opal's flame, The blushing ruby, and...
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