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" Of all the phantoms fleeting in the mist Of time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade, Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues of men. She never thought, but gabbled ever on, Applauding... "
The Calcutta University Calendar - Стр. i
авторы: University of Calcutta - 1864
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The course of time: a poem, Объемы 1-2

Robert Pollok - 1827
...Time, tho' meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade, Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues...least deserved applause : The motive, the result was nought to her : The deed alone, tho' dyed in human gore, And steeped in widow's tears, if it stood...
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The Christian review and clerical magazine, Том 1

1827
...time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade, Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues...least deserved applause : The motive, the result was nought to her : The deed alone, though dyed in human gore, And steeped in widow's tears, if it stood...
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The Course of Time: A Poem, in Ten Books

Robert Pollok, William Jenks - 1828 - Страниц: 247
...Time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues...deed alone, though dyed in human gore, And steeped in widow's tears, if it stood out To prominent display, she talked of much, And roared around it with...
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The Course of Time: A Poem, in Ten Books

Robert Pollok, William Jenks - 1828 - Страниц: 247
...Time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues...deed alone, though dyed in human gore, And steeped in widow's tears, if it stood out ^ X BOOK III. 49 To prominent display, she talked of much, And roared...
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The course of time: a poem

Robert Pollok - 1828 - Страниц: 227
...Time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade, Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues...least deserved applause. The motive, the result, was nought to her. The deed alone, though dyed in human gore, And steeped in widow's tears, if it stood...
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The Course of Time: A Poem in Ten Books

Robert Pollok - 1828 - Страниц: 394
...time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Moat unsubstantial, unessential shade, Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues...least deserved applause. The motive, the result, was nought to her. The deed alone, though dyed in human gore, And steeped in widows' tears, if it stood...
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The American Reader: Containing Extracts Suited to Excite a Love of Science ...

George Merriam - 1828 - Страниц: 276
...time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade, Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues...least deserved applause : The motive, the result was nought to her : The deed alone, though dyed in human gore, And steeped in widow's tears, if it stood...
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The American Reader: Containing Extracts Suited to Excite a Love of Science ...

George Merriam - 1828 - Страниц: 276
...time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade, Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues of men* She never thaught ; but gabbled ever on ; Applauding most what least deserved applause : The motive, the result...
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The American Reader: Containing Extracts Suited to Excite a Love of Science ...

George Merriam - 1828 - Страниц: 276
...time, though meagre all, and ghostly thin, Most unsubstantial, unessential shade, Was earthly Fame. She was a voice alone, And dwelt upon the noisy tongues of men. She uever thought ; but gabbled ever on : Applauding most what least deserved applause : The motive, the...
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The Course of Time: A Poem in Ten Books

Robert Pollok - 1828 - Страниц: 394
...but gabbled ever on, Applauding most what least deserved applause. The motive, the result, was nought to her. The deed alone, though dyed in human gore, And steeped in widow's tears, if it stood out To prominent display, she talked of much, And roared around it with...
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