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" Alas, alas — doth Hope deceive us ? Shall friendship — love — shall all those ties That bind a moment, and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh, if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not... "
THE LIFE-LINE OF THE LONE ONE - Page 279
1857
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1827
...shall all those lie* That bind a moment, and then leave us, ftc found again where nothing dies? Oh! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from...Who would not try to win a heaven Where all we love ╗halt live again ╬ WAR AGAINST BABYLON. Air — NOT ELLO. ź WAS against Babylon!╗ shout \w around,'...
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Irish Melodies: National Airs, Ballads, Songs, Etc

Thomas Moore - 1828 - 210 pages
...I7, W III. Alas — alas — doth Hope deceive us 1 Shall friendship — love— shall all those tie* That bind a moment, and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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The poetical works of Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1829 - 419 pages
...palm-branches, and branches of iblck trees, to make booths.*— Л>А. rlil. 1 5. MOORE'S WORKS. Alas! — alas! — doth Hope deceive us? Shall friendship—...then leave us, Be Found again where nothing dies? Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, \Vho would not try to win...
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The works of Thomas Moore, Volume 8

Thomas Moore - 1832
...to th' eternal home, Upon whose portal yet they linger, Looking back for us to come. III. Alas — alas — doth Hope deceive us? Shall friendship —...then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies? Oh! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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An Essay on Elocution: Designed for the Use of Schools and Private Learners

Samuel Kirkham - Elocution - 1834 - 341 pages
...thy sail' With more than a propitious gale', Take half thy canvass in'. Alas'! alas'! doth hope1 . . deceive us'? Shall friendship', love' — shall all...then leave us', Be found, again where nothing dies'? Oh'! if no other boon were given' To keep our hearts from wrong and stain', Who would not try to win...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Including Melodies, Ballads, Etc

Thomas Moore - 1835 - 419 pages
...come. Alas — alas — doth Hope deceive us ? Shall friendship — love — shall all those tie╗ That bind a moment, and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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The Moral and Intellectual School Book: Containing Instructions for Reading ...

William Martin - Readers - 1838 - 348 pages
...whose portal yet they linger, Looking back for us to come. Alas — alas— doth hope deceive us I Shall friendship — love — shall all those ties...and then leave us. Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore: Including His Melodies, Ballads, Etc ...

Thomas Moore - 1838 - 419 pages
...to come. Alas— alas— doth Hope deceive us ? Shall friendship — love — shall all those tie* That bind a moment, and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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An Essay on Elocution: Designed for the Use of Schools and Private Learners

Samuel Kirkham - Elocution - 1839 - 357 pages
...fortune' . . fill thy sail' With more than a propitious gale', Take half thy canvass in*. Alas'! alasM doth hope' . . deceive us'? Shall friendship', love'—...then leave us', Be found again where nothing dies'? Oh' I if no other boon were given' To keep our hearts from wrong and stain', Who would not try to win...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Volume 4

Thomas Moore - 1841
...Pointing to th' eternal Home, Upon whose portal yet they linger. Looking back for us to come. Alas, alas — doth Hope deceive us ? Shall friendship —...and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies ? Oh, if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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