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" MAN hath a weary pilgrimage As through the world he wends, On every stage from youth to age Still discontent attends ; With heaviness he casts his eye Upon the road before, And still remembers with a sigh The days that are no more. "
Bentley's Miscellany - Page 192
edited by - 1848
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The Life of Mansie Wauch: Tailor in Dalkeith

David Macbeth Moir - Dalkeith (Scotland) - 1868 - 286 pages
...did not learn the art of war in a single morning. CHAPTER XIII. THE CHINCOUGH PILGRIMAGE. Man batb a weary pilgrimage As through the world he wends :...Still discontent attends. With heaviness he casts his eję Upon the road before, And still remembers with a sigh The days that are no more. SOUTHEY. SOME...
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Jack Tier, Or, The Florida Reef

James Fenimore Cooper - 1871 - 462 pages
...come glancing down past it, and rounding-to under its lee, secured the prize. CHAPTER XVI. Man hath a weary pilgrimage, As through the world he wends...remembers, with a sigh The days that are no more. SOUTHBY. IT has now become necessary to advance the time three entire days, and to change the scene...
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New Cyclopaedia of Poetical Illustrations: Adapted to Christian Teaching ...

Poetry - 1872 - 710 pages
...fall, And so to Him I leave it all. A Hodigaet, tr. by C. Wintworth. 874. DISCONTENT, Constant Man hath and will, And with Thyself my spirit fi‹. Direct,...all' their might. In Thy sole glory may unite. Praise To school the little exile goes, Torn from its mother's arms ; What, then, shall soothe his earliest...
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Old Words and Modern Meanings: Being a Collection of Examples from Ancient ...

Thomas Whitcombe Greene - English language - 1876 - 340 pages
...Richard III, ii. 4. Man hath a weary pilgrimage, As through the world he wends, EEMIT REMOESE. 249 In every stage from youth to age, Still discontent attends....still remembers with a sigh The days that are no more. — SoUTHEY. Remit. To refer. These be well nigh the words of Lucian; whether the counsel be good,...
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A dictionary of poetical illustrations

Robert Aitkin Bertram - 1877 - 766 pages
...And so to Him I leave it all. .S. Rodigast, tr. by C. Winkwortk. 876. DISCONTENT. Constant MAN hath . The Divine Power, ever blest and good, Made not...cloudless. No shadows yonder ! All light and song : To school the little exile goes, Torn from its mother's arms ; What, then, shall soothe his earliest...
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The Scripture progressive reading books [ed. by J. Ridgway].

James Ridgway (B.D.) - 1878 - 214 pages
...and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul." — 1 Pet. ii. II. MAN hath a weary pilgrimage, As through the world he wends;...remembers, with a sigh, The days that are no more. To school the little exile goes, Torn from his mother's arms ; What then shall soothe his earliest...
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The Laurel and Lyre. Fugitive Poetry of the Nineteenth Century

Laurel - 1879 - 438 pages
...far, far from his happy home. BY ROBERT SOUTHEY. "The remembrance of youth is.a sigh." -An MAN hath a weary pilgrimage As through the world he wends ;...still remembers with a sigh The days that are no more. Remembrance. 1 59 To school the little exile goes, Torn from his mother's arms— What then shall soothe...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: With a Memoir, Volume 1

Robert Southey - 1880 - 724 pages
...hermit Happiness. BRISTOL, 1798. KEMEMBRANCE. The remembrance of Youth is a sigh. — Au. MAN hath a weary pilgrimage As through the world he wends;...remembers, with a sigh, The days that are no more. To school the little exile goes, Torn from its mother's arms ; What then shall soothe his earliest...
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The Novels of James Fenimore Cooper: Mercedes of Castile. The headsman

James Fenimore Cooper - 1880 - 1104 pages
...come glancing down past it, and roundiug-tc under its lee, secured the prize. CHAPTER XVI. "Man hath a weary pilgrimage, As through the world he wends...heaviness he casts his eye Upon the road before, And stilt remembers with a sigh The days that are no more." SOOTHE r. IT has now become necessary to advance...
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Favorite Poems: Selected from English and American Authors

Joseph H. Head - American poetry - 1884 - 498 pages
...All these are music to Religion's ear : — Musie, thy hand awakes, for man to hear, Bouthey. AN hath a weary pilgrimage, As through the world he wends...still remembers with a sigh The days that are no more. To school the little exile goes, Torn from his mother's arms, — What then shall soothe his earliest...
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