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by Thomas Cary

  • Author: Thomas Cary
  • ISBN: 0921243022
  • ISBN13: 978-0921243021
  • ePub: 1197 kb | FB2: 1258 kb
  • Publisher: Canadian Poetry Press (1986)
  • Pages: 43
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Abrams Plains: A poem ePub download

Abram's Plains by Thomas Cary. Thy Plains O Abram and thy pleasing viewsWhere hid in shades I sit and court the museGrateful I sing.

Abram's Plains by Thomas Cary. For there from care and noise. Thomas Cary (1751-1823, Canada). Poems by Thomas Cary : 1, 1. Abram's Plains - Poem by Thomas Cary. Thy Plains, O Abram! and thy pleasing views, Where, hid in shades, I sit and court the muse, Grateful I sing. For there, from care and noise, Oft have I fled to taste thy silent joys: There, lost in thought, my musing passion fed, Or held blest converse with the learned dead.

Abram's plains : a poem. by. Cary, Thomas, 1751-1823. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Plains of Abraham (Québec, Quebec) - Poetry. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.

Abram's Plains: A Poem. Author: Cary, Thomas, 1751-1823.

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