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Custer: Book Third
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
breeds its natural offspring-hate. IX The chieftain of the Sioux, great Sitting Bull, Mused o'er Rate it:

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Damages, Two Hundred Pounds
William Makepeace Thackeray
was the British Jury, and the Judge, the Baron Chief,) Comes a British man and husband—asking of thRate it:

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James Macpherson
arose in their clouds, and saw their returning chief! Long hast thou been absent, Nathos! the day oRate it:

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Charles Lamb
who slew that boasting one, Whose words such mischiefs did forebode To the armies of the living GodRate it:

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Davideis: A Sacred Poem Of The Troubles Of David (excerpt)
Abraham Cowley
best poet, best of kings did grow; The two chief gifts Heav'n could on man bestow. Much dangeRate it:

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De Profundis
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
grief deserves that crown. O supreme Love, chief misery, The sharp regalia are for Thee Whose days Rate it:

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Death and Burial of Lord Tennyson
William Topaz McGonagall
who seemed melancholy all the while. The chief mourners were all of the Tennyson family, IncludinRate it:

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Death of the Old Sea King
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
They knew the wild and fitful life Of their chief was almost spent. His ear was growing dull inRate it:

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Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
and ill-starr'd; Cheer'd by some castle's chief, and harboured long; Not Scott's 'Last Minstrel,'Rate it:

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Dickens: Sonnets
Algernon Charles Swinburne
CHIEF in thy generation born of men Whom English praise acclaimed as English-born, With eyes that matched the worldwide eyes of morn For gleam of t...Rate it:

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William Wordsworth
inexplicable Guest!--avaunt," Exclaimed the Chieftain--"let me rather see The coronal that coilRate it:

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Dirge OF Nelson
William Lisle Bowles
crew! Toll Nelson's knell! Yet lift, brave chief, thy dying eyes; Hark! loud huzzas around thee riRate it:

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Donald Caird's Come Again
Sir Walter Scott
saucy, Keeps the cantle o' the cawsey; Hieland chief and Lawland laird Maun gie room to Donald CairRate it:

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Dr. Parnel To Dr. Swift, On His Birth-day, November 30th, MDCCXIII
Thomas Parnell
than mortals, more serenely fair. Of these two Chiefs, the guardians of thy name, Conspire to raiseRate it:

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Dwelling In Mesech
John Newton
to silence my complaints; Though of sinners I am chief, He his ranked me with his saints. Though Rate it:

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Robert Browning
all. II. At first you say, “The whole, or chief “Of difficulties, is Belief. “Could I believe oncRate it:

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Edith: A Tale Of The Woods
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
of the wild, By the red hunter's fire: an aged chief, Whose home look'd sad?for therein play'd no cRate it:

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Edwin and Eltrada, a Legendary Tale
Helen Maria Williams
blaz'd, And banners wav'd around. There liv'd a chief well known to fame, A bold adven'trous knighRate it:

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Effects At A Distance
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Sheba's queen--Solomon's wooer. To her chief attendant she forthwith cried "We lately together coRate it:

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Ego Dominus Tuus
William Butler Yeats
the countenance of our friends. Hic. And yet The chief imagination of Christendom, Dante Alighieri,Rate it:

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Elegy III. Anno Aet. 17. On The Death Of The Bishop Of Winchester (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
far most I mourn'd, regretted most, Winton's chief shepherd and her worthiest boast; Pour'd out in Rate it:

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Elegy Of Lincoln
Joseph Furphy
end — And sternly sorrows for the Pale-face Chief, The red man's brother and his constant friend.Rate it:

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Elegy VI. To Charles Diodati, When He Was Visiting In The Country (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
train'd by temp'rance, Homer led, of yore, His chief of Ithaca from shore to shore, Through magic CRate it:

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Elegy VII. Anno Aetates Undevigesimo (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
for such prize shall be Sufficient triumph to a Chief like thee; Why aim thy idle arms at human kinRate it:

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Elegy XVIII. He Repeats the Song of Colin, a Discerning Shepherd
William Shenstone
dress and Beauty's are the same? 'Will no famed chief support this generous maid? Once more the paRate it:

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