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" We two had stemmed the battle's tide In many a well-debated field, Where Bertram's breast was Philip's shield. I thought on Darien's deserts pale, Where Death bestrides the evening gale, How o'er my friend my cloak I threw, And fenceless faced the deadly... "
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Rokley; a poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...thus," he said, " will friends divide !"— I heard, and thought how, side by side, We two had turn'd the battle's tide, In many a well-debated field, Where...breast was Philip's shield. I thought on Darien's desarts pale, Where death bestrides the evening gale, How o'er my friend my cloak I threw, And fenceless...

Rokeby;: a poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1813 - 333 страници
...thus," he said, " will friends divide !"— I heard, and thought how, side by side, We two had turned the battle's tide, In many a well-debated field, Where...breast was Philip's shield. I thought on Darien's desarts pale, Where death bestrides the evening gale, How o'er my friend my cloak I threw, And fenceless...

The Monthly Review

1813
...thus," he said, " will friends diride !"— I heard, and thought how, side by side, We two had turned the battle's tide, In many a well-debated field, Where...breast was Philip's shield. I thought on Darien's desarts pale, Where death bestrides the evening gale, How o'er my friend my cloak I threw, And fenceless...

The Poetical Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Том 5

Sir Walter Scott - 1818
...thus," he said, " will friends divide !" — I heard, and thought how, side by side, We two had turned the battle's tide, In many a well-debated field, Where Bertram's breast was Philip's shield. I thonght on Darien's deserts pale, Where death hestrides the evening gale, How o'er my friend my cloak...

The poetical works of Walter Scott

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1820
...thus," he said, " will friends divide ! "— I heard, and thought how, side by side, We two had turned the battle's tide, In many a well-debated field, Where...breast was Philip's shield. I thought on Darien's desarts pale, Where death bestrides the evening gale, How o'er my friend my cloak I threw, And fenceless...

The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott

Walter Scott - 1831 - 490 страници
...thus,' he said, ' will friends divide!"— I heard, and thought how, side by side. We two had turn'd the battle's tide, In many a well-debated field, Where Bertram's breast was Philip's shield. I thought ou Darien's deserts pale. Where death bestrides the evening gale, How o'er my friend my cloak I threw,...

The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Complete in One Volume. With ...

Walter Scott - 1854 - 840 страници
...thus,' he said, ' will friends divide !'— I beard, and thought how, side by side, We two had turn'd the battle's tide, In many a well-debated field, Where...Bertram's breast was Philip's shield. I thought on Daricn's deserts pale, Where death bestrides the evening gale, How o'er my friend my cloak I threw,...

THE POLITICAL WORKS

SIR WALTER SCOTT - 1857
...thus,' he said, ' will friends divide ! ' — I heard, and thought how, side by side, We two had turn'd the battle's tide, In many a well-debated field, Where...deserts pale, Where death bestrides the evening gale, 1 [MS. — " Frank, as from mate to mate, I tell What way the deed of death befell."] 2 [MS. — "Name...

The cloister and the hearth: or, Maid, wife, and widow; a matter-of-fact romance

Charles Reade - 1861 - 256 страници
...ally in the old artist's bosom. Human nature. Strange as it may appear to the unobservant, our hearts warm more readily to those we have benefited than...in immortal lines: — ' I heard, and thought how skle by side We two had stemmed the battle's tide In m:my a well-debated field, "Where Bertram's breast...

The cloister and the health; or, Maid, wife, and widow

Charles Reade - 1861
...ally in the old artist's bosom. Human nature. Strange as it may appear to the unobservant, our hearts warm more readily to those we have benefited than...British Homer has stamped it in immortal lines:— ' I beard, and thousht how side by side We two had stemmed the battle's tide In m ny a well-debated field,...




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