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" Gaze on the solemn scene : behold yon oak, How stern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms Chills the pale plain beneath him : mark yon altar, The dark stream brawling round its rugged base, These cliffs, these yawning caverns, this wide circus, Skirted... "
Poems. By William Mason, M.A.: Containing, Odes, Elegies, Dramatic Pieces ... - Page 128
by William Mason - 1764 - 252 pages
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Caractacus: A Dramatic Poem: Written on the Model of the Ancient Greek Tragedy

William Mason - English drama - 1759 - 95 pages
...the ifle : Here, Romans, paufe, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the folemn fcene ; behold yon oak, How ftern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms...him : mark yon altar, The dark ftream brawling round it's rugged bafe, Thefe cliffs, thefe yawning caverns, this wide circus, Skirted with unhewn ftone...
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Poems

William Mason - 1774 - 3 pages
...the ifle : Here, Romans, paufe, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the folemn fcene; behold yon oak, How ftern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms...they awe my foul, As if the very Genius of the place Himfelf appear'd, and with terrific tread Stalk'd thro' his drear domain. And yet, my friends, (If...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 57

Tobias Smollett - Books - 1783
...the ifle. Here, Romans, paufe, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the folemn fcenfe ; behold yon oak, How ftern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms Chills the pale plain beneath him :" — They are thus rendered by Mr. Glaffe. ' N-/KTOU opxrf S'au^flj— Apuf ir«Aai'!|)a!T!i{ * It...
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Poems, Volume 1

William Mason - 1796
...the ifle : Here, Romans, panfe, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the folemn fcene ; behold yon oak, How ftern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms...dark ftream brawling round its rugged bafe, Thefe cliff's, thefe yawning caverns, this wide circus, Skirted with unhewn ftone : they awe my foul, As...
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Poems

William Mason - English poetry - 1803 - 235 pages
...Here, Romans, pause, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the solemn scene; behold yon oak, How stern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms Chills the...pale plain beneath him: mark yon, altar, The dark stream brawling round its rugged base, These cliffs, these yawning caverns, this wide circus, Skirted...
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Georgical Essays, Volume 4

Alexander Hunter - Agriculture - 1803
...form most beautiful heads, and their shade will be extensive and large ; -Behold yon Oak, How stern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms .Chills the pale plain beneath him. KAflOV. The Oak will grow and thrive upon almost any soil, provided the trees be properly planted,...
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The Works of William Mason, Volume 2

William Mason - English literature - 1811
...Here, Romans, pause, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the solemn scene : behold yon oak, How stern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms Chills the...pale plain beneath him : mark yon altar, The dark stream brawling round its rugged base, These cliffs, these yawning caverns, this wide circus, Skirted...
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The Works of William Mason, M.A. Precentor of York, and Rector of Aston: In ...

William Mason - Gardens - 1811
...Here, Romans, pause, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the solemn scene : behold yon oak, How stern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms Chills the...pale plain beneath him : mark yon altar, The dark stream brawling round its rugged base, These cliffs, these yawning caverns, this wide circus, Skirted...
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Whitehead, 1785, to Anstey, 1805

Thomas Campbell - Authors, English - 1819
...Here, Romans, pause, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the solemn scene ; behold yon oak, How stern he frowns, and with his broad brown arms Chills the...pale plain beneath him : mark yon altar, The dark stream brawling round its rugged base, These cliffs, these yawning caverns, this wide circuSj Skirted...
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The Cambrian Wreath: A Selection of English Poems on Welsh Subjects ...

Thomas Jeffrey Llewelyn Prichard - English poetry - 1828 - 200 pages
...Here, Romans, pause, and let the eye of wonder Gaze on the solemn scene; behold yon oak, How stern be frowns, and with his broad brown arms Chills the pale plain beneath him: mark yon altar, The dark stream' brawling round its rugged base; — These cliffs — these yawning caver-is — this wide circus....
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