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" O mother, what I feel within, No sacrament can staye; No sacrament can teche the dead To bear the sight of daye.' 'May be, among the heathen folk Thy William false doth prove, And puts away his faith and troth, And takes another love. Then wherefore sorrow... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 136
1796
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection from the Most Eminent ..., Volume 3

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1823
...sacrament can staye ; No sacrament can teache the dead ' May be, among the heathen folk Thy William false doth prove, And puts away his faith and troth, And takes another love. ' Then wherefore sorrow for his loss? Thy moans are all in vain : And when his soul and 'body parte, His falsehode...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection from the Most Eminent ..., Volume 3

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1823
...can teache the dead To bear the sight of daye.' ' May be, among the heathen folk Thy William false doth prove. And puts away his faith and troth, And takes another love. ' Then wherefore sorrow for his loss? Thy moans are all in vain : And when his soul and body parte, His falsehode...
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The bachelor's wife, a selection of curious and interesting extracts

John Galt - 1824
...sacrament can teche the dead To bear the sight of daye.' ' May be, among the heathen folk Thy William false doth prove, And puts away his faith and -troth, And takes another love. ' Then wherefore sorrow for his loss ? Thy moans are all in vain : And when his soul and body parte, His falsehode...
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The Pictorial Balladist: A Collection of Ballads, of Various Ages ..., Volume 1

Joseph S. Moore - 1846
...teche the dead To bear the sight of daye." — — " May he, among the heathen folk Thy William false doth prove, And puts away his faith and troth And takes another love. Then wherefore sorrow for his loss ? Thy moans are all in vain ; And when his soul and body parte, His falsehode...
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The Pictorial Book of Ancient Ballad Poetry of Great Britain: Historical ...

Joseph S. Moore - 1853 - 871 pages
...teche the dead To bear the sight of daye." — — " May be, among the heathen folk Thy William false doth prove, And puts away his faith and troth And takes another love. Then wherefore sorrow for his loss ? Thy moans are all in vain ; And when his soul and body parte, His falsehode...
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Western Reserve Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1

Western Reserve University - 1915
...which makes Taylor's fourteenth stanza as follows: May be among the heathen folk Thy William false doth prove, And puts away his faith and troth, And takes another love. In stanza fifty, too, Scott adds effectively to the horror of the situation. Completing Burger's allusion...
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The Earliest English Translations of Bürger's Lenore: A Study in ..., Volume 1

Oliver Farrar Emerson - 1915 - 120 pages
...which makes Taylor's fourteenth stanza as follows: May be among the heathen folk Thy William false doth prove, And puts away his faith and troth, And takes another love. In stanza fifty, too, Scott adds effectively to the horror of the situation. Completing Burger's allusion...
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The British poetical miscellany

British poetical miscellany - 1800
...facrament can teche the dead To bear the fight of daye." " May be, among the heathen folk Thy William ialfe doth prove, And puts away his faith and troth, And takes another love. Then wherefore forrow for his lofs ? Thy moans are all in vain : And when his foul and body parte, His falfehode...
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