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" Now the departing prayer is read: He hardly breathes. The Dean is dead. Before the passing-bell begun, The news through half the town has run. O, may we all for Death prepare! What has he left? And who's his heir? "
The Cat-fight: A Mock Heroic Poem. Supported with Copious Extracts from ... - Página 132
por Ebenezer Mack - 1824 - 276 páginas
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Lectures on Modern History: From the Irruption of the Northern ..., Volumen2

William Smyth - 1854 - 564 páginas
...continually looking for his death : — " My good companions, never fear, For though you may mistake .1 year, Though your prognostics run too fast, They must be verified at hist." And if Hume were still alive (who is always referred to as a false prophet), he would probably...
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The Poetical Works of Jonathan Swift: With a Life, Volumen2

Jonathan Swift, John Mitford - 1859 - 386 páginas
...gave me ease, and how I slept ? And more lament when I was dead, Than all the snivellers round ray bed. My good companions, never fear ; For though you...the Dean?" — "He's just alive." Now the departing prayer is read ; " He hardly breathes."—" The Dean is dead." Before the passing bell begun, The news...
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Works, Volumen2

Leigh Hunt - 1859
...ease, and how I slept .' And more lament when I was dead, Than all the snivellers round my bed. Mv good companions, never fear ; For, though you may...Though your prognostics run too fast, They must be verify'd at last Behold the fatal day arrive ! " How is the Dean .'"— " He's just alive." Now the...
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Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets: With an ..., Volumen3

George Gilfillan - 1860
...kept; What gave me easo, and how I slept; And more lament when I was dead, Than all the snivellers round my bed. My good companions, never fear; For,...the Dean?'—' He's just alive.' Now the departing prayer is read; He hardly breathes—The Dean is dead. Before the passing-bell begun, The news through...
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Third period - From Dryden to Cowper

George Gilfillan - 1860
...kept; What gave me ease, and how I slept ; And more lament when I was dead, Than all the snivellers round my bed. My good companions, never fear ; For,...last. Behold the fatal day arrive ! ' How is the Dean? ' — ' He 's just alive.' Now the departing prayer is read ; He hardly breathes — The Dean is dead....
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Gleanings from the English poets, Chaucer to Tennyson, with biogr. notices ...

English poets - 1862
...Than his prediction prove a lie. Not one foretells I shall recover, But all agree to give me over. Behold the fatal day arrive ! How is the dean ? he's just alive. Now the departing prayer is read ; He hardly breathes. The dean is dead. Before the passing-bell begun, The news through...
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Gleanings from the English Poets: Chaucer to Tennyson, with Biographical ...

Robert S. Inglis - 1870 - 544 páginas
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Class-book of English Poetry from Chaucer to Tennyson

Daniel Scrymgeour - 1870 - 597 páginas
...predictions prove a lie. Not one foretells I shall recover ; But, all agree to give me over. * * * * Behold the fatal day arrive ! " How is the Dean ?"— " He's just alive." Now the departing prayer is read ; He hardly breathes — The Dean is dead. Before the passing-bell begun, The news through...
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Engelske forfattere i udvalg. med biografiske indeldminger og oplysende ...

Jakob Olaus Løkke - 1875 - 556 páginas
...Than his prediction prove a lie. Not one foretells I shall recover, But all agree to give me over. My good companions, never fear; For, though you may...prognostics run too fast, They must be verified at last. Suppose me dead; and then suppose A club assembled at the Rose, Where, from discourse of this and that,...
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Chaucer to Burns

Rossiter Johnson - 1876
...kept ? What gave me ease, and how I slept ? And more lament, when I was dead, Than all the snivellers WALLOW. FOOLISH I'M?, prayer is read ; He hardly breathes — the Dean is dead. Before the passing-bell begun, The news through...
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