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" Room for the leper!" — And aside they stood — matron, and child, and pitiless manhood, — all who met him on his way — and let him pass. And onward through the open gate he came, a leper with the ashes on his brow, sackcloth about his loins, and... "
Blackwood's Magazine - Página 262
1835
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Poem Delivered Before the Society of United Brothers at Brown University, on ...

Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1831 - 76 páginas
...welcome light, and sounds that chase The death-like images of the dark away. " Room for the leper!" And aside they stood Matron, and child, and pitiless...And with a difficult utterance, like one Whose heart is with an iron nerve put down, Crying " Unclean ! — Unclean ! " 'T\vas now the depth Of the Judean...
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The Academical Speaker: A Selection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from ...

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - 1831 - 344 páginas
..."Room for the leper! Room!" And as he came The cry passed on — "Room for the leper! Room!" * * * * And aside they stood, Matron, and child, and pitiless...And with a difficult utterance, like one Whose heart is with an iron nerve put down, Crying "Unclean! — Unclean!" * * * * Day was breaking When at the...
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The Academical Speaker: A Selection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from ...

Benjamin Dudley Emerson - 1831 - 338 páginas
...* And aside they stood, Matron, and child, and pitiless manhood—all Who met him on his way—and let him pass. And onward through the open gate he...his brow, Sackcloth about his loins, and on his lip * * * * Day was breaking When at the altar of the temple stood The holy priest of God. The incense-lamp...
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Transatlantic Sketches, Comprising Visits to the Most Interesting ..., Volumen1

Sir James Edward Alexander - 1833
...they selected as nurses, and the consequences were very painful to witness. " ' Room for the leper,' and aside they stood, Matron and child, and pitiless...all Who met him on his way, and let him pass, And he went forth alone ; not one of all The many whom he loved, nor she whose name Was woven in the fibres...
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Transatlantic Sketches: Comprising Visits to the Most Interesting ..., Volumen1

Sir James Edward Alexander - 1833 - 378 páginas
...consequences were very painful to witness. "'Room for the leper,' and aside they stood, Matron and child, nnd pitiless manhood — all Who met him on his way, and let him pass, And he went forth alone; not one of all The many whom he loved, nor she whose name Was woven in the fibres...
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Melanie and other poems. [Edited by Barry Cornwall, i.e. B. W. Procter.]

Nathaniel Parker WILLIS - 1835 - 231 páginas
...leper !" And aside they stoodMatron, and child, and pitiless manhood—all Who met him on his way—and let him pass. And onward through the open gate he...And with a difficult utterance, like one Whose heart is with an iron nerve put down, Crying " Unclean ! Unclean !" 'Twas now the first Of the Judean Autumn,...
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Melanie and Other Poems

Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1837 - 242 páginas
...away. "Room for the leper!" And aside they stood — Matron, and child, and pitiless manhood — all j Who met him on his way — and let him pass. And onward...And with a difficult utterance, like one Whose heart is with an iron nerve put down, Crying " Unclean ! Unclean !" 'Twas now the first Of the Judean Autumn,...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volumen4

1838
...welcome light, and sounds that chose The death-like images of the dark away. " Room for the leper!" And aside they stood—- Matron, and child, and pitiless...through the open gate he came, A leper with the ashes on bis brow. Sackcloth about his loins, and on his lip A covering, stepping painfully and slow, And with...
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The Southern literary messenger, Volumen4

1838
...welcome light, and sounds that chase The dealh-like images of the dark away. " Room for the leper !" And aside they stood — Matron, and child, and pitiless...— and let him pass. And onward through the open gale he came, A leper with the ashes on his brow. Sackcloth about his loins, and on his lip A covering^...
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The American Common-place Book of Poetry, with Occasional Notes

1839 - 405 páginas
...leper!" And aside they stood, Matron, and child, and pitiless manhood—all Who met him on his way—and let him pass. And onward through the open gate he...And with a difficult utterance, like one Whose heart is with an iron nerve put down, Crying" Unclean!—Unclean!" "Twas now the depth Of the Judean summer,...
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