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" Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count himself the least, That man I honour and revere Who without favour, without fear, In the great city dares to stand The friend of every friendless beast, And tames with his unflinching hand The brutes... "
Humanitarian Essays: Being Volume III. of "Cruelties of Civilization." - Página 13
editado por - 1897
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Three Books of Song

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1872 - 203 páginas
...one who feels the words he speaks, The color flushing in his cheeks, The fervor burning in his eye : "Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count himself the least, That man I honor and revere Who without favor, without fear, In the great city dares to stand The friend of every...
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Tales of a Wayside Inn

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1873 - 313 páginas
...one who feels the words he speaks, The color flushing in his cheeks, The fervor burning in his eye: " Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count himself the least, That man I honor and revere Who without favor, without fear, In the great city dares to stand The friend of every...
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The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1874 - 391 páginas
...who feels the words he speaks, The color flushing in his cheeks, The fervor burning in his eye : " Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count himself the least, That man I honor and revere Who without favor, without fear, In the great city dares to stand The friend of every...
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The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Reprinted from the Revised ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1877 - 584 páginas
...who feels the words he speaks, The colour flushing in his cheeks, The fervour burning in his eye : '* Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count...dares to stand The friend of every friendless beast, And tames with his unflinching hand The brutes that wear our form and face, The were- wolves of the...
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The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1878 - 391 páginas
...who feels the words he speaks, The colour flushing in his checks, The fervour burning in his eye : "Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count...dares to stand The friend of every friendless beast, And tames with his unflinching hand The brutes that wear our form and face, The were-wolves of the...
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The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Author's pocket ..., Volumen6

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1878
...who feels the words he speaks, The colour flushing in his cheeks, The fervour burning in his eye : " Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count...dares to stand The friend of every friendless beast, And tames with his unflinching hand The brutes that wear our form and face, The were- wolves of the...
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The Longfellow birthday book, arranged by C. Dixon

Henry Wadsworth [extracts] Longfellow - 1878
...Baron of St. Castine. May God bless thee ! The Spanish Student— Act 2, «•. 2. March 3o. Amongst the noblest in the land, Though he may count himself...dares to stand The friend of every friendless beast, And tames with his unflinching hand The brutes that wear our form and face. The were-wolves of the...
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Poetical Works

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1878 - 656 páginas
...who feels the words he speaks, The color flushing in his cheeks, The fervor burning in his eye : " Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count himself the least, That man I honor and revere Who without favor, without fear, In the great city dares to stand The friend of every...
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Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1880 - 417 páginas
...who feels the words he speaks, The color flushing in his cheeks, The fervor burning in his eye : " Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count himself the least, That man I honor and revere Who without favor, without fear, In the great city dares to stand The friend of every...
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The School Journal, Volumen50

1895
...thou named all the birds without a gun ? О ! be my friend, and teach me to be thine. — Emerson. Among the noblest in the land, Though he may count himself the least, That man I honor and revere Who, without favor, without fear, In the great city dares to stand The friend of every...
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