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" Tis true he shrank from men, even of his nation: When they built up unto his darling trees. He moved some hundred miles off, for a station Where there were fewer houses and more ease. The inconvenience of civilization Is, that you neither can be pleased... "
The United States and Canada, in 1832, 1833, and 1834 - Seite 98
von Carl David Arfwedson - 1834
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The poetical works of lord Byron

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1878
...with wrong : An active hermit, even in age the child Of nature, or the Man of Ross run wild. LXIV. 'Tis true he shrank from men, even of his nation:...inconvenience of civilization Is, that you neither can be pleased nor please ; But where he met the individual man, He show'd himself as kind as mortal can....
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The poetical works of lord Byron, ed. with a critical mem. by W. M. Rossetti

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1880
...tinge with wrong: An active hermit, even in age the child Of nature, or the Man of Ross run wild. LXIV. n my youth, When I was wandering — upon such a night I st huilt up unto his darling trees, He moved some hundred miles off, fora station Where there werefewer...
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The poetical works of lord Byron, ed. with a critical mem. by W. M. Rossetti

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1881
...tinge with wrong: An active hermit, even in age the child Of nature, or the Man of Ross run wild. LXIV. Tis true he shrank from men, even of his nation: When...inconvenience of civilization Is, that you neither can be pleased nor please ,But where he met the individual man, He show'd himself as kind as mortal can....
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History of Lee County

1881 - 873 Seiten
...eulogy upon Daniel Boone the poet Byron spoke not less truly of all his congeners when he said, " ' Tie true, he shrank from men even of his nation, When they built up unto his darling trees; He innvM some hundred miles off, for a station, Where there were fewer houses and more ease. The inconvenience...
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The poetical works of lord Byron, with notes, Band 11

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1885
...wrong ; An active hermit, even in age the child Of Nature, or the Man of Ross run wild. LXIV. "Pis true he shrank from men even of his nation, When they...fewer houses and more ease ; The inconvenience of civilisation Is, that you neither can be pleased nor please ; But where he met the individual man,...
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Crown Jewels, Or Gems of Literature, Art and Music: Being Choice Selections ...

Henry Davenport Northrop - 1888 - 632 Seiten
...tinge with wrong ; An active hermit, even in age the child Of nature, or the Man of Ross run wild. Tis true he shrank from men, even of his nation ;...inconvenience of civilization Is that you neither can be pleased nor please ; But where he met the individual man, He showed himself as kind as mortal can....
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Conquering the Wilderness, Or, New Pictorial History of the Life and Times ...

Frank Triplett - 1888 - 742 Seiten
...could tinge with wrong; An active hermit, even in age the child Of nature, or the man of Kess run wild. 'Tis true he shrank from men, even of his nation —...were fewer houses and more ease. The inconvenience of civili/ation Is that you neither can be pleased, nor please ; But, when he met the individual man,...
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Hero Tales from American History

Henry Cabot Lodge, Theodore Roosevelt - 1895 - 335 Seiten
...— Simple, serene, the antipodes of shame, Which hate nor envy e'er could tinge with wrong ; 'T is true he shrank from men, even of his nation; When...station Where there were fewer houses and more ease ; But where he met the individual man, He showed himself as kind as mortal can. The freeborn forest...
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library of American History

John Clark Ridpath. LL. D Historian - 1900
...or buck, he Enjoyed the lonely, vigorous, harmless days Of liia old age in wilds of deepest maze. " Tis true he shrank from men, even of his nation, When...inconvenience of civilization Is, that you neither can be pleased nor please ;— But, where he met the individual man, He showed himself as kind as mortal...
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Epochs of discovery, planting and independence

Marcus Joseph Wright, John Clark Ridpath, James Penny Boyd, James William Buel - 1901
...buck, he Enjoyed the lonely, vigorous, harmless days Of his old age in wilds of deepest maze. " T1s true he shrank from men, even of his nation, When...for a station Where there were fewer houses and more case— The inconvenience of civilization Is, that you neither can be pleased nor please ; — But,...
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