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" Thus disarray'd as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My way unhurt ; but being once by Heaven Preserved, I would not perish with the guilt Of having wilfully provoked my death. Give me thy helmet and thy cuirass ! . . nay,... "
The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Esq. ...: Roderick, the last of the Goths - Page 164
by Robert Southey - 1818
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Roderick, the Last of the Goths: A Tragic Poem

Robert Southey - 1815 - 364 pages
...as thou heholdest me, Clean through yon misereant army have I eut My way unhurt; hut heing onee hy Heaven Preserved, I would not perish with the guilt...Of having wilfully provoked my death. Give me thy hehuet and thy euirass! . . nay, . • Thou wert not wont to let me aik in vain, Nor to oppose me when...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: Complete in One Volume

Robert Southey - 1829 - 728 pages
...through yon miscreant army have I cot My way unhurt; but being mice by Heaven Preserved, I would uot perish with the guilt Of having wilfully provoked...wont to let me ask in vain, Nor to oppose me when ray will was known! To thee methinks f should be still the King. Thus saying they withdrew a little...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 6

1843
...mistress talk of me If thou vvert gone1 . . . Thou seest I am unarmed : Thus disarrayed as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My...unhurt; but being once by Heaven Preserved, I would not pensh with the guilt Of having wilfully provoked my death. Give me thy helmet and thy cuirass ! . ....
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Wordsworth to Dobell

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...mistress talk of me If thou wert gone ? . . Thou seest I am unarm'd ; Thus disarray'd as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My.... Thou wert not wont to let me ask in vain, Nor to gainsay me when my will was known ! To thee methinks I should be still the King. . . . O who could...
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The English Poets: Wordsworth to Dobell

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1880
...mistress talk of me If thou wert gone ? . . Thou seest I am unarm'd ; Thus disarray'd as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My.... Thou wert not wont to let me ask in vain, Nor to gainsay me when my will was known ! To thee methinks I should be still the King. ... O who could tell...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by ..., Volume 4

M. Arnold - 1881
...mistress talk of me If thou wert gone ? . . Thou seest I am unarm'd ; Thus disarray'd as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My.... Thou wert not wont to let me ask in vain, Nor to gainsay me when my will was known ! To thee methinks I should be still the King. . . . O who could...
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The English poets, selections, ed. by T.H. Ward. Wordsworth to Dobell ...

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1883
...mistress talk of me If thou wert gone ? . . Thou seest I am unarm'd ; Thus disarray'd as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My.... Thou wert not wont to let me ask in vain, Nor to gainsay me when my will was known! To thee methinks I should be still the King. . . . O who could tell...
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Wordsworth to Dobell

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1883
...mistress talk of me If thou wert gone ? . . Thou seest I am unarm'd ; Thus disarray'd as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My.... Thou wert not wont to let me ask in vain, Nor to gainsay me when my will was known! To thee methinks I should be still the King. . . . O who could tell...
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Wordsworth to Dobell

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1884
...mistress talk of me If thou wert gone ? . . Thou seest I am unarm'd ; Thus disarray'd as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My.... Thou wert not wont to let me ask in vain, Nor to gainsay me when my will was known ! To thee me thinks I should be still the King. . . . O who could...
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Red-letter Poems by English Men and Women

Thomas Young Crowell - 1885 - 648 pages
...mistress talk o' me If thou wert gone? . . .Thou seest I am unarm'd; Thus disarray'd as thou beholdest me, Clean through yon miscreant army have I cut My...... Thou wert not wont to let me ask in vain, Nor to gainsay me when my will was known ! To thee methinks I should be still thc King. . . . O who could...
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