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" ... faithful heart should truly tell The secret charm, the tender spell, That bound it first to thee. Tis not, that cradled in thine eyes The baby Love for ever lies On couches... "
Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens, with notes &c. by visct ... - Page 142
by Luis Vaz de Camoens - 1803 - 159 pages
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The Poetical register, and repository of fugitive poetry

1802
...because those eyes have won Their temper'd light from April's sun, From Heav'n — their tint* of blue ! Tis not that o'er a bank of snow Thy parted tresses lightly flow In bands of braided gold; Nor yet because the hand of Grace Has form'd that dear enchanting face 68 f...
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The poetical register, and repository of fugitive poetry, for 1801

1802 - 495 pages
...because those eyes have won Their temper'd light from April's sun, From HeaVn—their tints of blue ! Tis not that o'er a bank of snow Thy parted tresses lightly flow In bands of braided gold; Nor yet because the hand of Grace Has form'd that dear enchanting face No—dearest,...
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Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: With Remarks on His Life and ...

Luís de Camões - 1805 - 160 pages
...On couches dipp'd in dew; Tis not because those eyes have won Their temper'd light from April's sun, 'Tis not that o'er a bank of snow Thy parted tresses...yet because the hand of grace Has form'd that dear inchanting face In beauty's happier mould! It was not these—but from my soul, It was a little smile...
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The chaplet, poems, partly original and partly selected

Chaplet - 1805
...because those eyes have won Their temper'd light from April's sun, From heav'n — their tints of blue-] Tis not, that o'er a bank of snow Thy parted tresses lightly flow In bands of braided gold , Nor ;, ri because the hand of Grace Has form'd that dear enchanting face In...
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Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: With Remarks on His Life and ...

Luís de Camões - 1808 - 158 pages
...because those eyes have won Their temper'd light from April's sun, From Heaven their tints of blue ! Tis not that o'er a bank of snow Thy parted tresses...night to dawn, it haunts my sight, In dimples gaily dress'd. 1 This sentiment is very like some beautiful lines of Clement Marat. Du ris de Madame d' Allebrct....
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Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: With Remarks on His Life and ...

Luís de Camões - 1810 - 160 pages
...couches dipp'd in dew; 'Tis not because those eyes have won Their tempered light from April's sun, Tis not that o'er a bank of snow Thy parted tresses...enchanting face In beauty's happier mould! It was not these—but from my soul, It was a little smile that stole' The cherish'd sweets of rest; And ever...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for ...., Volume 1

1815
...the 2d edition of his works, printed at Madrid, iu •Mo. 161)1, pag. 22—37. No — dearest, no — but, from my soul, It was a little smile that stole...The cherish'd sweets of rest. And, ever since, from morn till night, That little smile still haunts my sight In dimples gaily drest. E'en now, by Fancy's...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 1

1815
...because those eyes have won Their temper'd light from April's sun, From Heaven — their tints of blue ! 'Tis not that o'er a bank of snow Thy parted tresses lightly flow In bands of braided gold ; Nor yet because the hand of Grace Has form'd that dear enchanting face In Beauty's...
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The orientalist; or, Electioneering in Ireland, by myself [mrs. Purcell].

mrs. Purcell - 1820
...because those eyes have won, Their temper'd light from April's sun. From Heaven — their tints of blue ! 'Tis not that o'er a bank of snow, Thy parted tresses lightly flow,. In bands of braided gold ; Nor yet because the hand of grace, Hath form'd that dear enchanting face, In...
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Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: With Remarks on His Life and ...

Luís de Camões - 1821 - 157 pages
...because those eyes have won Their temper'd light from April's sun, From Heaven their tints of blue ! Tis not that o'er a bank of snow Thy parted tresses...these — but from my soul, It was a little smile that stole1 The cherish'd sweets of rest ; And ever since, from dawn to night And night to dawn, it haunts...
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