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" We have offended, Oh! my countrymen! We have offended very grievously, And been most tyrannous. From east to west A groan of accusation pierces Heaven! The wretched plead against us; multitudes Countless and vehement, the sons of God, Our brethren! "
The Condition and Fate of England ... - Página 235
por Charles Edwards Lester - 1843
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The Collected Works of William Hazlitt: Free thoughts on public affairs ...

William Hazlitt - 1902 - 467 páginas
...apud the Quarterly Review, 1817. Thus sings Mr. Coleridge, in his « Fears in Solitude,' 1798 : — ' We have offended, oh ! my countrymen ! We have offended very grievously, And been most tyrannous. Thankless too for peace ; (Peace long preserv'd by fleets and perilous seas) Secure from actual warfare,...
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The Poets and the Poetry of the Nineteenth Century, Volumen1

1905
...even now, Even now, perchance, and in his native isle : Carnage and groans beneath this blessed sun ! We have offended, oh ! my countrymen ! We have offended...Heaven ! The wretched plead against us ; multitudes Countless and vehement, the sons of God, Our brethren ! Like a cloud that travels on, Steam'd up from...
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The Poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1907 - 391 páginas
...perchance, and in his native isle: Carnage and groans beneath this blessed sun ! We have offended, O ! my countrymen ! We have offended very grievously,...heaven ! The wretched plead against us ; multitudes Countless and vehement, the sons of God, Our brethren ! Like a cloud that travels on, Steamed up from...
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Poetical Works: Including Poems and Versions of Poems Herein Published for ...

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1912 - 1072 páginas
...now, Even now, perchance, and in his native isle : Carnage and groans beneath this blessed sun ! 40 We have offended, Oh ! my countrymen ! We have offended...Heaven ! The wretched plead against us ; multitudes 45 Countless and vehement, the sons of God, Our brethren ! Like a cloud that travels on, Steamed up...
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English Poetry and Prose of the Romantic Movement

George Benjamin Woods - 1916 - 1432 páginas
...even now, Even now, perchance, and in his native isle: 40 Carnage and groans beneath this blessed sun! n, but which yet can not be conveyed, save in symbols...sufficiently plain, and they will be as little di ! 15 The wretched plead against us; multitudes Countless and vehement, the sons of God, Our brethren...
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The Early Life of William Wordsworth, 1770-1798: A Study of "The Prelude"

Emile Legouis - 1921 - 480 páginas
...his blissfu retreat with slaughter. And he recognises that the punishment would not be undeserved. We have offended, oh ! my countrymen ! We have offended...Heaven ! The wretched plead against us ; multitudes Countless and vehement, the sons of God, Our brethren ! Like a cloud that travels on Steamed up from...
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A Short History of England

R. J. A. White - 1967 - 304 páginas
...the Bristol Channel from Quantock Head for the sails of the French invasion fleet, beat his breast: We have offended, Oh ! my countrymen ! We have offended very grievously, And been most tyrannous. . .Therefore evil days Are coming on us ... And what if all-avenging Providence, Strong and retributive,...
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Civilization and Black Progress: Selected Writings of Alexander Crummell on ...

Alexander Crummell, Southern Texts Society - 1995 - 265 páginas
...appalling facts staring him in the face, Dr. Tucker would have taken up the wail of lamentation — "We have offended. Oh, my countrymen! We have offended...Heaven! The wretched plead against us; multitudes, Countless and vehement, the sons of God, Our brethren! Like a cloud that travels on Steam 'd up from...
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Romance, Poetry, and Surgical Sleep: Literature Influences Medicine

Emanuel Martin Papper - 1995 - 162 páginas
...everywhere. He described these acts of his country which caused grief to others. He writes: Fears In Solitude We have offended, Oh! my countrymen! We have offended...grievously, And been most tyrannous. From East to West . . . have we gone forth And borne to distant tribes slavery and pangs, And, deadlier for our vices,...
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Oriental Prospects: Western Literature and the Lure of the East

C. C. Barfoot, Theo d'. Haen - 1998 - 283 páginas
...and abroad, which he feels will have to be confessed and expiated if Britain is to avoid disaster: We have offended, Oh! my countrymen! We have offended...grievously, And been most tyrannous. From east to west 31. Malcolm Elwin says that Landor was inspired to write Gebir "when the French threatened invasion...
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