|John Bartlett (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Thomas Campbell. (17771844) (continued)|
| Triumphal arch, that fillst the sky|
When storms prepare to part,
I ask not proud Philosophy
To teach me what thou art.
| To the Rainbow.|
| A stoic of the woods,a man without a tear.|
| Gertrude of Wyoming. Part i. Stanza 23.|
| O Love! in such a wilderness as this.|
| Gertrude of Wyoming. Part iii. Stanza 1.|
| The torrents smoothness, ere it dash below!|
| Gertrude of Wyoming. Part iii. Stanza 5.|
| Again to the battle, Achaians!|
Our hearts bid the tyrants defiance!
Our land, the first garden of Libertys tree,
It has been, and shall yet be, the land of the free.
| Song of the Greeks.|
| Drink ye to her that each loves best!|
And if you nurse a flame
That s told but to her mutual breast,
We will not ask her name.
| Drink ye to Her.|
| To live in hearts we leave behind|
Is not to die.
| Hallowed Ground.|
| Oh leave this barren spot to me!|
Spare, woodman, spare the beechen tree! 1
| The Beech-Trees Petition.|
|Henry Clay. (17771852)|
| The gentleman [Josiah Quincy] cannot have forgotten his own sentiment, uttered even on the floor of this House, Peaceably if we can, forcibly if we must. 2|
| Speech, 1813.|