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" Wends the wanderer, blithe and cheerly, To the cottage loved so dearly ! And the eye and ear are meeting, Now, the slow sheep homeward bleating— Now, the wonted shelter near, Lowing the lusty-fronted steer ; Creaking, now the heavy wain Reels with the... "
The Yale Literary Magazine - Page 168
1854
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 53

1843
...glides the wanderer home ! And the eye and ear are meeting, Now, the slow sheep homeward hleating — Now, the wonted shelter near, . Lowing the lusty-fronted...wain, Reels with the happy harvest grain. While with many-coloured leaves, Glitters the garland on the sheaves ; And tho mower and the maid Bound to the...
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Mrs. Stephens' Illustrated New Monthly, Volumes 1-2

1856
...repose ! Homeward from the tasks of day, Through the greenwood's welcome way, Wends the wanderer, light and cheerly, To the cottage loved so dearly ! And...leaves, Glitters the garland on the sheaves ; For the O,ower's work is done, And the young folks' dance begun I Desert street and quiet mart ; Silence is...
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The International Library of Famous Literature: Selections from ..., Volume 16

Andrew Lang, Donald Grant Mitchell - 1898 - 9822 pages
...workman's release. Homeward from the tasks of day, Through the greenwood's welcome way Wends the workman, blithe and cheerly, To the cottage loved so dearly...leaves Glitters the garland on the sheaves : For the reaper's work is done, And the young folk's dance begun ! Desert street ! and quiet mart ! Silence...
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