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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: Complete in One Volume

Thomas Moore - 1853 - 747 pages
...to come. Alas, alas — doth Hopo 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 »tul, Who would not try to win...
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Student and Family Miscellany, Volume 10

1855
...There we shall meet those for whom we have mourned, and death will no more sever ties of love. " Oh, if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from...win a heaven Where all we love shall live again." ROCKTON, ILL., Nov., 1854. EAA MERET CHRISTMAS. MERRY CHRISTMAS. THU following lines, so beautifully...
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The Christian Parlor Magazine, Volume 11

Religion - 1855
...are led to exclaim : ** Oh ! if no other boon we re given, To keep our hearts from wrong and slain, Who would not try to win a heaven Where all we love shall live again f" FEAR OP THE ANGELS. BT UBS. MARIA. O. TH.ACT. "I riiAn not lo die,'' said an eminent saint, "nnd...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore: With a Memoir, Volume 2

Thomas Moore - 1855
...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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A poetical grammar of the English language

Robert Clarke (schoolmaster.) - 1855
...come. Alas ! — alas — doth hope deceive us ? Shall friendship — love — shall all those tiet That bind a moment, and then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies 1 Oh ! if no other boon were given, To heep our hearts from wrong and stain, Who would not try to win...
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The Golden Gift: A Token for All Seasons

Josiah Moody Fletcher - 1856 - 128 pages
...Pointing to the eternal home, Upon whose portal yet they linger, Looking back for us to come. Alas ! alas ! doth Hope deceive us ? Shall friendship, love,...stain, Who would not try to win a heaven, Where all wo love shall live again ? T. MOORE. Wishes. O 1 GIVE mo back the sunny smile Of childhood's happy...
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The Life-line of the Lone One: Or, Autobiography of the World's Child

Warren Chase - 1858 - 310 pages
...; But even music's chnrm hath gone — Alas ! thou art not here ! " Echo from the south : " Alas ! alas ! doth hope deceive us ? Shall friendship, love...boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and Btain, Who would not try to win a heaven, Where all we love shall live again ! " Jan. 1, 1857. —...
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Poetry and Pictures from Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore - 1858 - 336 pages
...Home, Upon whose portal yet they linger, Looking baek for us to eome. Alas ! alas ! doth Hope deeeive us ? Shall friendship — love — shall all those...then leave us, Be found again where nothing dies? Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from wrong and stain, 112 FLOW ON, THOU SHINING...
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Epitaphs, Collected from the Cemeteries of London, Edinburgh, Glasgow ...

Joseph Barlow Robinson - Epitaphs - 1859 - 208 pages
...Thou hast a haven of sweet rest, — A friend, a Father, in thy God. EG BIUBBY, DCL, FRS 747. Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from...to win a heaven, Where all we love shall live again ? 748. Planted by th' Almighty hand, She budded — blossomed — died ; Let us bow to His command,...
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A book of English poetry; ed. by T. Shorter

Thomas Shorter - 1861
...world can ne'er restore, There, as warm, as bright as ever, Shall meet us and be lost no more. Oh ! if no other boon were given, To keep our hearts from...to win a Heaven Where all we love shall live again ? MOORE. THOU wert a vision of delight To bless us given ; Beauty embodied to our sight, A type of...
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