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" With silent awe I hail the sacred morn, That slowly wakes while all the fields are still ; A soothing calm on every breeze is borne, A graver murmur gurgles from the rill ; And echo answers softer from the hill : And softer sings the linnet from the thorn... "
The Edinburgh Annual Register - Page xcii
1812
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 3, Part 2

1812
...renew'd by heavenly birth, Glad tidings, joy, good will on earth. — SONNETS, BY DR JOHN LEYDEN. 1. SABBATH MORNING. HAIL to the placid venerable morn,...rill, And echo answers softer from the hill ; While «öfter sings the linnet from the thorn, The sky-lark warbles in a tone less shrill. Hail, light serene...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2; Volume 3, Part 2

Walter Scott - 1812
...sunk the Trumpet's boastful clang, And undisturb'd the Death-Bell rang. SONNETS, BY DR JOHN LEYDEN. 1. SABBATH MORNING. HAIL to the placid venerable morn,...breeze is borne, A graver murmur gurgles from the riU, And echo answers softer from the hill ; While softer sings the linnet from the thorn, The sky-lark...
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The Analectic Magazine, Volume 4

1814
...beautiful sonnet, by the late Dr. Leyden, is the gorm of the most poetical part of Graham's Sabbath. SABBATH MORNING. HAIL to the placid, venerable morn...breeze is borne, A graver murmur gurgles from the rill, VOL. IV. New Series. '2-2 And echo an»wer« softer from t'lc hill; While Mil'irr sings the linnet...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volume 4

Washington Irving - 1814
...part of Graham's Sabbath. SABBATH MORNING. HAIL to the placid, venerable morn That slowly wakes wlule all the fields are still ; A pensive calm on every breeze is borne, A graver murmur gurgles iroiu the rill, And echo answers softer from the hill; While softer sings the linnet from the thorn,...
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The Panoplist (and Missionary magazine) conducted by an ..., Volume 11

1815
...»H. IETDI*. HAIL to the placid, venerable morn , That slowly wukes while all the fields are stilt; A pensive calm on every breeze is borne, A graver murmur gurgles from the vill, And echo answers softer from the hill, While softer sings the unuet from the thorn, The sky -lark...
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The Christian Disciple, Volume 4

1816
...the late Dr. Ley Jen, is the germ of the most poetical part of Graham's Poem, catted u The Sabbath."] SABBATH MORNING. HAIL to the placid, venerable morn,...the linnet from the thorn, The sky-lark warbles in a toue less shrill, Hail t light serene ! hail ! holy Sabbath moms The gales that lately sighed along...
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The Sacred Harp

1831 - 240 pages
...silent awe I hail the sacred morn, That slowly wakes while all the fields are still ; A soothing cabn on every breeze is borne, A graver murmur gurgles...from the rill, And echo answers softer from the hill, And softer sings the linnet from the thorn ; The skylark warbles in a tone less shrillHail, light serene...
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Christian Melodies ...

1833
...WITH silent awe I hail the sacred morn, That slowly wakes while all the fields are still ; A soothing calm on every breeze is borne, A graver murmur gurgles...from the rill, And echo answers softer from the hill, And softer sings the Linnet from the thorn, The Sky-lark warbles in a tone less shrill : Hail, light...
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Specimens of English Sonnets

Alexander Dyce - 1833 - 224 pages
...WITH silent awe I hail the sacred morn, That slowly wakes while all the fields are still ! A soothing calm on every breeze is borne ; A graver murmur gurgles...the rill ; And Echo answers softer from the hill; And softer sings the linnet from the thorn ; The sky-lark warbles in a tone less shrill. Hail, light...
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The Scottish Christian Herald, Volumes 1-2

1837
...That »lowly wnkes while all the fields are still ; A soothing culm on every breeze is borne, A gravur murmur gurgles from the rill, And echo answers softer from the hill, And softer sings the linnet from the thorn ; The skylark warbles in a tone less shrill. Hail, light...
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