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" I have seen the Falls of Clyde, And never can forget them ; For memory, in her hours of pride, 'Midst gems of thought will set them With every living thing allied — I will not now regret them ! And I have stood by Bonnington And watched the sparkling... "
Clyde, a Descriptive Poem - Page 82
by John Wilson, John Leyden - 1859 - 120 pages
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The beauties of modern British poetry, systematically arranged by ..., Issue 240

David Grant (of Aberdeen) - 1871
...cliff, and chasm, and cloud lie, Listening, while Nature's denizen Talks to the woods so loudly. Yes ! I have seen the Falls of Clyde, And never can forget...pride, 'Midst gems of thought will set them. With life's most lovely scenes allied — I will not now regret them ! BOWRING. THE FALLS OF NIAGARA. [HE...
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Songs and Ballads of Clydesdale

1882 - 256 pages
...Voltaire was young at eighty-four, And Fontenelle at near a hundred ! " ANON. THE FALLS OF CLYDE. OH ! I have seen the Falls of Clyde, And never can forget...— I will not now regret them ! And I have stood by Bonnington And watched the sparkling current THE FALLS OF CLYDE. 175 Come, like a smiling wood-nymph,...
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Songs and ballads of Clydesdale. With illustr. notes by A. Nimmo

A Nimmo - 1882
...cliff, and chasm, and cloud lie, Listening, while nature's denizen Talks to the woods so loudly. Yes ! I have seen the Falls of Clyde, And never can forget...of pride, 'Midst gems of thought will set them With life's most lovely scenes allied — I will not now regret them. WALLACE'S CAVE AT COBRA LINN. LAND...
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Songs and Ballads of Clydesdale

1882 - 256 pages
...Voltaire was young at eighty-four, And Fontenelle at near a hundred ! " ANON. THE FALLS OF CLYDE. OH ! I have seen the Falls of Clyde, And never can forget...of pride, 'Midst gems of thought will set them With eveiy living thing allied — I will not now regret them ! And I have stood by Bonnington And watched...
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The Clyde: From Its Source to the Sea, Its Development as a Navigable River ...

William John Millar - 1888 - 356 pages
...district above Hamilton. Here let us take leave of the Falls, saying with Sir John Bowring: "0 ! I have seen the Falls of Clyde, And never can forget...living thing allied : I will not now regret them." This part of Lanarkshire appears to have been celebrated for its orchards from an early date. Thus...
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