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" Nor did the Moors perceive in what a strait They entered ; for the morn had risen o'ercast, And when the Sunhadreached the height of heaven, Dimly his pale and beamless orb was seen Moving through mist. A soft and gentle rain, Scarce heavier than the... "
The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Esq. ...: Roderick, the last of the Goths - Page 127
by Robert Southey - 1818
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Roderick, the Last of the Goths: A Tragic Poem

Robert Southey - 1815 - 364 pages
...soft and gentle rain, Searee heavier than the summer's evening dew, Deseended, . . . through so stilt an atmosphere, That every leaf upon the moveless trees Was studded o'er with rain drops, hright and foB, None falling till from its own weight o'erswohi The motion eame. Low on...
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Roderick, the Last of the Goths, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1818
...perceive in what a strait They entered ; for the morn had risen o'ercast, And when the Sunhad reached the height of heaven, Dimly his pale and beamless...atmosphere, That every leaf upon the moveless trees G 4Was studded o'er with rain-drops, bright and full, None falling till from its own weight o'erswoln...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: Complete in One Volume

Robert Southey - 1829 - 728 pages
...perceive in what a strait They entered , For the morn had risen o'ercast, And when the Sun had reached the height of heaven. Dimly his pale and beamless...atmosphere, That every leaf upon the moveless trees Wjs studded o'er with rain-drops, bright and full, None filling till from its own weight o'erswoln...
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History of Spain and Portugal, Volume 2

Samuel Astley Dunham - 1832
...perceive in what a strait They enler'd ; for the morn had risen o'ercaat. And when the Sun had reach'd the height of heaven. Dimly his pale and beamless orb was seen Moving through mist. " Low on the mountain side The fleecy vapor hung, and in its veil, With all their dreadful preparations,...
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Spain and Portugal, Volume 2

Samuel Astley Dunham - 1832
...perceive in what a strait They enter'd ; for the morn had risen o'ercast, And when the Sunhadreach'd the height of heaven, Dimly his pale and beamless orb was seen Moving through mist _ " Low on the mountain side The fleecy vapour hung, and in its veil, With all their dreadful preparations,...
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History of Spain and Portugal

Samuel Astley Durham - 1854
...perceive in what a strait They enler'd ; for the mom had risen o'ercast, And when the Sun had reach'd the height of heaven* Dimly his pale and beamless orb was seen Movmg through mist. " Low on the mountain side The fleecy vapor hung, and in its veil, With all their...
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Lectures on the British Poets, Volume 2

Henry Reed - 1857
...passage as this, — one of many like it: — "The morn had risen o'ercast, And, when the sun had reached the height of heaven, Dimly his pale and beamless...and full, None falling, till, from its own weight o'erswoll'n, The motion came." One of the noblest passages (and it is one of true sublimity) is that...
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Lectures on the British Poets, Volume 1

Henry Reed - 1857 - 408 pages
...is in such a passage as this, — one of many like it : — • • " The morn had risen o'ercast, Scarce heavier than the summer's evening dew, Descended,...— through so still an atmosphere, That every leaf upou the moveless trees Was studded o'er with rain-drops, bright and full, None falling, till, from...
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Roderick, The Last Of The Goths

Robert Southey - 1860
...perceive in what a strait They entered ; for the morn had risen o'ercast. And, when the Sun had reached the height of heaven, Dimly his pale and beamless...its own weight o'erswoln The motion came. Low on the mountain-side The fleecy vapor hung, and in its veil, With all their dreadful preparations, wrapped...
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LECTURES ON THE BRITISH POETS

HENRY REED - 1860
...passage as this,—one of many like it:— " The morn had risen o'ercast, And, when the sun had reached the height of heaven, Dimly his pale and beamless...rain, Scarce heavier than the summer's evening dew, Descended,—through so still an atmosphere, That every leaf upon the moveless trees Was studded o'er...
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