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" Let their fate be a mock-word — let men of all lands Laugh out, with a scorn that shall ring to the poles, When each sword that the cowards let fall from their hands Shall be forged into fetters to enter their souls ! And deep and more deep as the iron... "
The Edinburgh annual register - Página 368
1823
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The Republican, Volumen 6

Richard Carlile - 1822
...dominion still of a small groupe of adventuring Normans ? If so, " May our fate be a mock word, may the men of all lands " Laugh out with a scorn that shall ring t«i tlie poles, " May the swords that we cowards don't take in our hands " Be forged into fetters...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volumen 87

1821
...touch of Liberty's war, Be suck'd out by tyrants, or stagnate in chains ! On, on, like a cloud, thro' their beautiful vales, Ye locusts of tyranny, blasting...that the cowards let fall from their hands, Shall be forg'd into fetters to enter their souls ! — And deep, and more deep, as the iron is driv'n, Base...
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The Edinburgh magazine, and literary miscellany, a new series of The Scots ...

1821
...ye sails From each slave-mart of Europe, and poison their shore — May their fate be a mock-word— may men of all lands Laugh out, with a scorn that...that the cowards let fall from their hands, Shall be forg'd into fetters to enter their souls ! — And deep, and more deep, as the iron is driv'n, Base...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volumen 87

1821
...sails From each slave-mart of Europe, and poison their shore — May their fate be a mock-word — may men of all lands Laugh out, with a scorn that...that the cowards let fall from their hands, Shall be forg'd into fetters to enter their souls ! — And deep, and more deep, as the iron is driv'n, Base...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation, Libro 4

John Pierpont - 1823 - 480 páginas
...sails, 7 From each slave-mart in Europe, and poison their shore. May their fate be a mock-word — may men of all lands Laugh out with a scorn that shall...! And deep, and more deep, as the iron is driven, Bnsa» slaves ! may the whet of their agony be, To think — as the damned haply think of the heaven...
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The works of Thomas Moore, comprehending all his melodies, ballads, etc ...

Thomas Moore - 1823
...each slav'e'-mart of Europe, and poison shore ! Let their fate be a mock-word — let men of all lauds Laugh out, with a Scorn that shall ring to the poles When each sword, that the cowards let fall from thei; hands, Shall be forged into fetters to enter their souls ! ' And deep, and more deep, as the...
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The Works of Thomas Moore, Esq, Volumen 3

Thomas Moore - 1825 - 6 páginas
...ye sails, From each slave-mart of Europe, and poison their shore. May their fate he a mock-word — may men of all lands Laugh out with a scorn that shall...that the cowards let fall from their hands, Shall be forg'd into fetters to enter their souls! — And deep, and more deep, as the iron is driv'n, Base...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1827
...Europe, and poison their shore! Let their fate be a mock-word — let men of all lands Laugh out, with л scorn that shall ring to the poles. When each sword...souls ! And deep and more deep as the iron is driven, Itasc slaves ! may the whet of their agony be, To think — ач the d.iinn'd haply think of that heaven...
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Johannes Wit, genannt von Dörring: Fragmente aus meinem Leben und meiner ...

Johannes Wit - 1827
...Liberty's war, Be suck'd out by tyrants, or stagnate in chains ! Let their fate be a mock-word — let men of all lands Laugh out, with a scorn that shall...that the cowards let fall from their hands, Shall lie forged into daggers to enter their souls. And chip , and more deep , as the iron is driven, Base...
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The Poetical Melange, Volumen 1

1828
...sails, From each slave-mart of Europe, and poison their shore — May their fate be a mock-word — may men of all lands Laugh out, with a scorn that...may the whet of their agony be To think — as the damned haply think of that heaven They had once in their reach — that they might have been free !...
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