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" WILLIAM TELL. CHAINS may subdue the feeble spirit, but thee, TELL, of the iron heart! they could not tame ! For thou wert of the mountains ; they proclaim The everlasting creed of liberty. That creed is written on the untrampled snow, Thundered by torrents... "
The Talisman for ... - Seite 192
herausgegeben von - 1827
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Southern Review, Band 1

1828
...accompanied by an engraving by Durand, from Inman's splendid picture, is spirited and worthy the subject. " CHAINS may subdue the feeble spirit — but thee TELL,...everlasting creed of Liberty. That creed is written on the uutrampled snow, Thundered by torrents which no power can hold, Save that of God, when he sends forth...
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The Southern Review, Band 1

1828
...accompanied by an engraving by Durand, from Inman's splendid picture, is spirited and worthy the subject. " CHAINS may subdue the feeble spirit — but thee TELL,...— they proclaim The everlasting creed of Liberty. ' . Thundered by torrents which no power csni hold, Save that of God, when he sends forth his cold,...
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The Southern Review, Band 1

1828
...mountains — they proclaim The everlasting creed of Liberty. That creed is written on the untramptad snow, Thundered by torrents which no power can hold,...God, when he sends forth his cold, And breathed by windsthat through the free heaven blow. Thou, while thy prison walla were dark around, Didst meditate...
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Southern Review, Band 8

1831
...Chains may subdue the feeble spirit, but thee, Tell, of the iron heart ! thi y could not tame ; Forthou wert of the mountains: they proclaim The everlasting...written on the untrampled snow, Thundered by torrents winch no power can hold, Save that of God, when he sends forth his cold, And breathed by winds that...
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Studies in Poetry and Prose: Consisting of Selections Principally from ...

A. B. Cleveland - 1832 - 480 Seiten
...may subdue the feeble spirit, but thee, TELL, of the iron heart! they could not tame; For thou wast of the mountains; they proclaim The everlasting creed...hold, Save that of God, when he sends forth his cold, Thou, while thy prison walls were dark around, Didst meditate the lesson Nature taught, And to thy...
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The Southern Review, Band 8

1832
...strain; but it waIpta power. " SONNET- WILLIAM TELL Chains may subdue the feeble spirit, but ihee, Tell, of the iron heart! they could not tame; For...everlasting creed of Liberty. That creed is written on the untrumpled snow, Thundered by torrents which no power can hold. Save that of God, when he sends forth...
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The Southern Review, Band 8

1832
...the two following — the first is in an animated strain; but it wants power. " SONNET- WILLIAM TELL Chains may subdue the feeble spirit, but thee, Tell, of the iron heart ! thi-y could not tame ; For ii um wert of the mountains : they proclaim The everlasting creed of Liberty....
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Travelling mems. during a tour through Belgium, Rhenish Prussia, Germany ...

Thomas Dyke (the younger.) - 1834
...•hero, Arnaud Winkelried; and for being in the centre of Tell's chivalrous and patriotic exploits. " Tell, of the iron heart! they could not tame; For thou wert of the mountains.'" At Stanz we saw the portraits of these and other famons heroes and republicans; the armour of Winkelried;...
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Poems

William Cullen Bryant - 1850 - 378 Seiten
...? Giant of air! we bid thee hail !" Thi Hurricane, p. 194. WILLIAM TELL. ENGRAVED BY W. HUMPHRYS. " CHAINS may subdue the feeble spirit, but thee, TELL, of the iron heart ! they could not tame !" William Tell, p. 198. THE GREEK BOY. ENGRAVED BY W. HUMPHRYS. " Boy ! thy first looks were taught...
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Poems

William Cullen Bryant - 1851 - 371 Seiten
...buries all. And I, cut off from the world, remain Alone with the terrible hurricane. . WILLIAM TELL. CHAINS may subdue the feeble spirit, but thee, TELL,...of God, when he sends forth his cold, And breathed by1 winds that through the free heavev. blow. Thou, while thy prison walls were dark around, Didst...
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