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" Many a merry meeting this publication has given us, and possibly it may give us more, though, alas! I fear it. This protracting, slow, consuming illness which hangs over me, will, I doubt much, my ever -dear friend, arrest my s"un before he has well reached... "
Select Scottish Songs, Ancient and Modern - Pągina iv
per Robert Hartley Cromek - 1810
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English Men of Letters, Volum 10

John Morley - 1894
...and possibly it may give us more, though, alas ! I fear it. This protracting, slow consuming illness will, I doubt much, my ever dear friend, arrest my sun before he has reached his middle career, and will turn over the poet to far more important concerns than studying...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Burns: With Memoir, Notes, and a Complete ...

Robert Burns - 1895 - 479 pągines
...Johnson he wrote: — "This protracting, slow, consuming illness which hangs over me will, I doubt much, arrest my sun before he has well reached his middle career, and will turn over the poet to far more important concerns than studying the brilliancy of wit or the pathos of sentiment. However, hope...
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Poems, Songs, and Letters: Being the Complete Works of Robert Burns

Robert Burns, Alexander Smith - 1896 - 636 pągines
...and possibly it may give us more, though, alas ! 1 fear it. This protracting, slow, consuming illness which hangs over me will, I doubt much, my ever dear...middle career, and will turn over the poet to far more important concerns than studying the brilliancy of wit or the pathos of sentiment ! However, hope...
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Poems, Songs, and Letters: Being the Complete Works of Robert Burns

Robert Burns, Alexander Smith - 1896 - 636 pągines
...and possibly it may give us more, though, alas ! 1 fear it. This protracting, slow, consuming illness which hangs over me will, I doubt much, my ever dear...middle career, and will turn over the poet to far more important concerns than studying the brilliancy of wit or the pathos of sentiment! However, hope...
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Notes and Queries

1899
...almost inexpressible ?— "This protracting, slow, consuming illness which hangs over me will, I iloubt much, my ever dear friend, arrest my sun before he...of wit or the pathos of sentiment. However, hope is tho cordial of the human heart, and I endeavour to cherish it as well as I can." Burns was dead before...
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English Men of Letters: Scott by Richard H. Hutton, 1899. Robert Burns, by ...

1899
...and possibly it may give us more, though, alas, I fear it. This protracting, slow consuming illness, will, I doubt much, my ever dear friend, arrest my sun before he has reached his middle career, and will turn over the poet to far more important concerns than studying...
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Early Critical Reviews on Robert Burns

Henry Mackenzie - 1900 - 313 pągines
...and possibly it may give us more, though, alas! I fear it. This protracting, slow, consuming illness which hangs over me, will, I doubt much, my ever dear...important concerns than studying the brilliancy of wit, or tho pathos of sentiment! However, hope is the cordial of the human heart, and I endeavour to cherish...
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Robert Burns: The Critical Heritage

Donald A. Low - 1995 - 447 pągines
...and possibly it may give us more, though, alas ! I fear it. This protracting, slow, consuming illness which hangs over me, will, I doubt much, my ever dear...other and more important concerns than studying the * We have heard some of these recited, particularly one, which begins — Now farewell house and farewell...
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The Complete Works of Robert Burns Part Five

Robert Burns - 2004 - 456 pągines
...arrest my sun before he has well reached his middle career, and will turn over the poet to other and far more important concerns than studying the brilliancy of wit, or the pathos of sentiment! However, _hope_ is the cordial of the human heart, and I endeavour to cherish it as well as I can. Let me hear...
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