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" Yes! they have fallen, fair light! and thou dost often retire to mourn. But thou thyself shalt fail, one night; and leave thy blue path in heaven. The stars will then lift their heads: they, who were ashamed in thy presence, will rejoice. "
Transactions [ed. by T. O'Flanagan.]. - Page 141
by Gaelic society of Dublin - 1808
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The Poems of Ossian, Volume 2

1803
...thee, at night, no more ? Yes ! they have fallen, fair light ! and thou dost often retire to mourn. But thou thyself shalt fail, one night ; and leave thy blue path in heaven. The stars will then lift their heads : they, who were ashamed in thy presence, will rejoice. Thou art...
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The poems of Ossian, tr. by J. Macpherson. Blair's critical ..., Volume 2

Ossian - 1806
...with thee, at night, no more? Yes! they have -fallen, fair light! and thou dost often retire to mourn. But thou thyself shalt fail, one night ; and leave thy blue path in heaven. The stars will then lift their heads: they, who were ashamed in thy presence, will rejoice. Thou art...
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Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Dublin: Established for the ..., Volume 1

Gaelic Society of Dublin - 1808 - 400 pages
...Ajalon." Josh. xv 12. This address, indeed, might have been suggested by Deirdri's notice of the boding cloud, but it is much and finely enlarged upon. The...in the following sentiment ? — " But thou thyself shall fail one night ; " and leave thy blue path in heaven :" " The cloud capp'd towers, the gorgeous...
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Tales in Verse: With a Version of Morduth, a Poem

Robert Gilmour, Douthal - 1815 - 340 pages
...thee at night no more ? Yes, they have . fallen, fair light ! and thou dost often retire to mourn ! But thou thyself shalt fail one night, and leave thy blue path in heaven ! The stars will then lift their heads : They who were ashamed in thy presence will rejoice ! Thou...
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Domestic, Literary, and Village Sketches: Addressed to the Young of Our ...

Domestic, literary and village sketches - 1823 - 110 pages
...with thee, at night, no more ? Yes! they have fallen, fair light! and thou dost often retire to mourn. But thou thyself shalt fail one night ; and leave thy blue path in heaven. The stars shalt lift their heads : they who were ashamed in thy presence, will rejoice. Thou art now...
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The philosophic alphabet, with an explanation of its principles; to which is ...

George Edmonds (of Birmingham.) - 1832 - 96 pages
...with thee at night no more ? Yes ! they have fallen, fair light ; and thou dost often retire to mourn. But thou thyself, shalt fail one night ; and leave thy blue path in heaven. The stars will then lift up their heads ; they that were ashamed in thy presence, will rejoice. Thou...
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Practical Elocution: Containing Illustrations of the Principles of Reading ...

Samuel Niles Sweet - 1843 - 300 pages
...with thee at night, no more? Yes ; they have fallen, fair light ! and thou dost often retire to mourn. But thou thyself shalt fail, one night, and leave thy blue path in heaven. CONCLUSION OP DANIEL WEBSTER'S SPEECH, Gentlemen, a hundred years hence, othef disciples of Washington...
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Cyclopędia of English literature, Volume 2

Robert Chambers - 1844
...thee, at night, no more! Yes, they have fallen, fair light! and thou dost often rei tire to mourn. lucid jellies which the eye Delights to trace as they swim glittering by The stars will then lift their heads : they, who were ashamed in thy j presence, will rejoice. Thou...
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Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - 1844
...with thee, at night, no morel Yes, the; hare fallen, fair light ! and thou doet often retire to mourn. ransitory splen Ьеатеп. The «tare will then lift their heads : they, who were ashamed in thy presence, will...
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Practical Elocution

Samuel Niles Sweet - 1846 - 312 pages
...thee at night, no more? Yes; they have fallen, fair light! and thou dost often retire to mourn. Bat thou thyself shalt fail, one night, and leave thy blue path in heaven. 3. The stars will then lift their heads and rejoice. Thou art now clothed with thy brightness. Look...
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