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" Thou comest, to this region's blest retreats, Where white Colonos lifts his head, And glories in the bounding steed. Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassioned pours his evening song, And charms with varied notes each verdant vale, The ivy's... "
The tragedies of Sophocles - Page 91
by Sophocles - 1813 - 408 pages
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The tragedies of Sophocles translated [by R. Potter].

Sophocles - 1819
...I know My name shall guard thee from th' assault of ill. CEDIPUS, ANTIGONE, CHORUS. CHORUS. «TRO. 1. Well, stranger, to these rural seats Thou comest,...lifts his head, And glories in the bounding steed. dŁ CEDIPUS OtflVCOLONUS. 687-720 Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassion'd pours her...
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Universal Geography: Or A Description of All Parts of the World ..., Volume 4

Conrad Malte-Brun - Atlases - 1829
...translation of a passage in Sophocles. We subjoin the more correct and literal version by Potter. STHO I. Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassion'd...ivy's dark-green boughs among; Or shelter'd 'midst the clustering vine, Which high above to form a bow'r Safe from the sun or stormy show'r, I. oves its thick...
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Sequel to American Popular Lessons: Intended for the Use of Schools

Eliza Robbins - Bible - 1841 - 376 pages
...Sophocles : it is a welcome to a stranger who had arrived at Mount Colonus, in the vicinity of Athens. Well, stranger, to these rural seats Thou comest,...steed ; Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale, Impassioned pours her evening song, And charms with varied note each verdant vale! The ivy's dark green...
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Athens and the Peloponnese with sketches of northern Greece. From the Germ

Hermann Julius T. Hettner - 1854
...; but never before have I felt as I did to-day the full power of its touching and tender beauty. " Well, stranger, to these rural seats Thou comest —...'midst the cluster'd vine, Which high above, to form a bower Safe from the sun or stormy shower, Loves its thick branches to entwine, Where frolic Bacchus...
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Lectures Delivered in America in 1874

Charles Kingsley - Oratory - 1875 - 149 pages
...And glories in the bounding steed. Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassioned pours his evening song, And charms with varied notes each verdant vale, The ivy's dark-green boughs among, Or sheltered 'neath the clustering vine Which, high above him form a bower, Safe from the sun or stormy...
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Lectures Delivered in America in 1874

Charles Kingsley - Oratory - 1875 - 149 pages
...hap, stranger, to these rural seats Thou comest, to this region's blest retreats, Where white Colonos lifts his head, And glories in the bounding steed. Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassioned pours his evening song, And charms with varied notes each verdant vale, The ivy's dark-green...
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Literary and General Lectures and Essays

Charles Kingsley - English literature - 1880 - 420 pages
...And glories in the bounding steed. Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassioned pours his evening song, And charms with varied notes each verdant vale, The ivy's dark-green boughs among, Or sheltered 'neath the clustering vine Which, high above him forms a bower, Safe from the sun or stormy...
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The Works of Charles Kingsley, Volume 20

Charles Kingsley - 1880
...hap, stranger, to these rural scats Thou comest, to this region's blest retreats, Where white Colonos lifts his head, And glories in the bounding steed. Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassioned pours his evening song, And charms with varied notes each verdant vale, The ivy's dark-green...
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Literary and general lectures and essays

1890
...hap, stranger, to these rural seats Thou comest, to this region's blest retreats, "Where white Colonos lifts his head, And glories in the bounding steed. Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassioned pours his evening song, And charms with varied notes each verdant vale, The ivy's dark-green...
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The Variorum and Definitive Edition of the Poetical and Prose ..., Volume 6

Edward FitzGerald - 1902
...supprest ; And then, with unreverting eyes to us Returning, wait in confidence the rest. CHORUS. Strophe 1. Well, stranger, to these rural seats Thou comest,...lifts his head, And glories in the bounding steed. [ 96 ] Where sadly sweet the frequent nightingale Impassion'd pours her evening song, And charms with...
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