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" THERE'S nothing great or bright, thou glorious Fall, Thou may'st not to the fancy's sense recall — The thunder-riven cloud, the lightning's leap, The stirring of the chambers of the deep ; Earth's emerald green, and many-tinted dyes, The fleecy whiteness... "
Niagara: Its History and Geology, Incidents and Poetry - Page 162
by George Washington Holley - 1872 - 165 pages
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Poems by George Howard, Earl of Carlisle

George William Frederick Howard Earl of Carlisle - 1869 - 137 pages
...November, 1841. ( I02 ' ) ON NIAGARA. THERE'S nothing great or bright, thou glorious fall! Thou mayst not to the fancy's sense recall : The thunder-riven...the chambers of the deep, Earth's emerald green and many-tinted dyes, The fleecy whiteness of the upper skies, The tread of armies thick'ning as they come,...
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All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal, Volume 6; Volume 26

English literature - 1871
...in versification, that the sublime scenery of the Falls has prompted any one to write in the album : There's nothing great or bright, thou glorious Fall, Thou mayest not to the fancy's sense recal ; The thunder-riven cloud, the lightning's leap, The stirring of the chambers of the deep ; Earth's...
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All the Year Round, Volume 6

1871
...There's nothing great or bright, thou glorious Fall, Thou mayest not to the fancy's sense recaí ; The thunder-riven cloud, the lightning's leap, The stirring of the chambers of the deep ; Kurtli'e emerald green, and many-tinted dyes, The fleecy whiteness of the upper skies ; The tread...
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A Tour Through Canada in 1879: With Remarks on the Advantages it Offers for ...

Thomas Moore - Agriculture - 1880 - 48 pages
...apostrophizing the Falls, said : — • " There's nothing great or bright, thou glorious Fall Thou may'st not to the fancy's sense recall ; The thunder-riven cloud, the lightning's leap, The stirring chambers of the deep ; Earth's emerald green and many tinted dyes, The fleecy whiteness of the upper...
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Poetic reader, for the use of schools, Part 2

Poetic reader - 1881
...of grace. PAUL H. HATNE. NIAGARA. THERE'S nothing great or bright, thou glorious Fall, Thou may'st not to the fancy's sense recall — The thunder-riven...chambers of the deep ; Earth's emerald green, and many-tinted dyes, The fleecy whiteness of the upper skies ; The tread of armies thickening as they...
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The Red Dragon: The National Magazine of Wales, Volume 1

Charles Wilkins - Wales - 1882
...ON VISITING THE FALLS OF NIAGARA." There's nothing great or bright, thou glorious Fall, Thou may'st not to the fancy's sense recall — The thunder-riven...the chambers of the deep. Earth's emerald green, and many-tinted dyes, The fleecy whiteness of the upper skies, The tread of armies thickening as they come,...
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North Country Poets: Poems and Biographies of Natives Or Residents of ...

William Andrews - English poetry - 1889
...hast freed the slave. NIAGARA FALLS. There's nothing great or bright, though glorious Fall Thou may'st not to the fancy's sense recall, The thunder-riven...chambers of the deep ; Earth's emerald green, and many-tinted dyes, The fleecy whiteness of the upper skies ; The tread of armies thickening as they...
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A thousand and one gems of English poetry, selected and arranged by C. Mackay

Charles Mackay - 1897
...THERE'S nothing great or bright, thou glorious Fall ! Thou mayst not to the fancy's sense re call— rhe thunder-riven cloud, the lightning's leap— The stirring...chambers of the deep — Earth's emerald green, and many-tinted dyes — The fleecy whiteness of the upper skies — The tread of armies thickening as...
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Florilegium latinum: Victorian poets

Francis St. John Thackeray, Edward Daniel Stone - English poetry - 1902
...amore meus. H. С. FM IX NIAGARA. There's nothing great or bright, thou glorious Fall ! Thou may'st not to the fancy's sense recall ; The thunder-riven...chambers of the deep — Earth's emerald green, and many-tinted dyes— The fleecy whiteness of the upper skies— The tread of armies thick'ning as they...
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