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" SCOTLAND! much I love thy tranquil dales ; But most on Sabbath eve, when low the sun Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight, Wandering, and stopping oft, to hear the song Of kindred praise arise from humble roofs... "
Travels in Russia: &c, &c - Page 34
by William Rae Wilson - 1828
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The Sabbath: A Poem : to which are Now Added, Sabbath Walks

James Grahame - 1805 - 184 pages
...most on Sabbath eve, when low the sun Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight, Wandering, and stopping oft, to hear the song Of kindred praise arise...service ends, to hear The lifted latch, and mark the gray-hair'd man, The father and the priest, walk forth alone Into his garden-plat or little field,...
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Poems, Volume 1

James Grahame - 1807 - 250 pages
...most on Sabbath eve, when low the sun Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight, Wandering, and stopping oft," to hear the song Of kindred praise...service ends, to hear The lifted latch, and mark the grey-haired man, The father and the priest, walk forth alone Into his garden-plat, or little field,...
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An Answer to the Rev. A. O'Callaghan on the Tendency of Bible Societies as ...

William Russel - 1816 - 122 pages
...Sabhath eve, when low the sun ' Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight, ' Wandering, and stopping oft to hear the song ' Of kindred praise...and the priest, walk forth alone ' Into his garden -plat, or little field, * To commune with his God in secret prayer." ...... ..................f......
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 2

1822 - 554 pages
...most on Sabbath Eve, when low the sun Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight Wandering, and stopping oft, to hear the song Of kindred praise arise...service ends, to hear The lifted latch and mark the gray hairM man, The father and the priest, walk forth alone Into his garden plat or little field To...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, Volume 39

1816 - 1004 pages
...upland copse, 'tis my delight, Wandering and stopping oft, to hoar the song Of kindred praise nrise from humble roofs; Or when the simple service ends,...latch, and mark the grey-hair'd man, The father and the prieat, w;<!k forth alone Into his garden-plat, or little field, To commune with his God in secret...
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The Poems of James Grahame, John Logan, and William Falconer: With Lives of ...

James Grahame - 1823 - 346 pages
...'tis my delight, Wandering, and stopping oft, to hear the song Of kindred praise arise from humhle roofs ; Or, when the simple service ends, to hear...The father and the priest, walk forth alone Into his garden-plat, or little field, To commune with his God in secret prayer,— To hless the Lord, that...
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A Journal of a Mission to the Indians of the British Provinces, of New ...

John West - 1827 - 142 pages
...most on Sabbath eve, when low the sun Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight, Wandering, and stopping oft, to hear the song Of kindred praise arise...father and the priest, walk forth alone Into his garden plat, or little field, To commune with his God in secret prayer ; To bless the Lord that in his downward...
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Specimens of sacred and serious poetry, from Chaucer to the present day ...

John Johnstone - 1827 - 596 pages
...most on Sabbath eve, when low the sun Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight, Wandering, and stopping oft, to hear the song Of kindred praise arise...service ends, to hear The lifted latch, and mark the grey-haired man, The father and the priest, walk forth alone Into his garden.plat, or little field,...
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A Collection, in Prose and Verse, for the Use of Schools

Andrew Thomson - 1835 - 302 pages
...most on Sabbath eve, when low the sun Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight, Wandering, and stopping oft, to hear the song Of kindred praise arise...service ends, to hear The lifted latch, and mark the grey-hair' d man, The father and the priest, walk forth alone Into his garden plot, or little field,...
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The Scottish Christian Herald, Volume 1, Part 1

1836 - 378 pages
...most on Sabhath eve, when low the sun Slants through the upland copse, 'tis my delight, Wandering, and stopping oft, to hear the song Of kindred praise arise...service ends, to hear The lifted latch, and mark the gray-haired man, The father and the priest, walk forth alone luto his garden-plat, or little field,...
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