God Speed The Plough

Author: Andrew McRae
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521524667
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An interdisciplinary analysis of the history and literature of the land in early modern England.

The Poetical Works Of Eliza Cook

Author: Eliza Cook
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GOD 8PEED THE PLOUGH. Spirit of Song, thou hast left me long, But the prayer
of thy child has not been vain ; Thou hast come in the might of thy glory and light;
Spirit of Song, thou art mine again ! GOD SPEED THE PLOUGH. " God speed the
plough !" be this a prayer To find its echo everywhere ; But curses on the iron
hand That grasps ono rood of " common" land. Sure there's enough of earth
beside, Held by the sons of Wealth and Prido ; Their glebe is wide enough
without Our ...

Pietas Metrica Or Nature Suggestive Of God And Godliness By The Brothers Theophilus And Theophylact

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God, speed the Plough. " Behold, I stand at the door, and knock : if any man hear
My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he
with Me." Revelations iii. 20. In bygone days, this was an honest prayer At village
feast and farmer's homely board, — " ' God, speed the Plough ! ' Lord, we have
done our share, Have tilled and sown ; now do Thy part, O Lord, And of Thy grace
, to us a rich increase afford.' To labour and to trust, belong to man : This his ...

Pleasant Pages By S P Newcombe With Suppl Entitled Fireside Facts From The Great Exhibition

Author: Samuel Prout Newcombe
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GOD SPEED THE PLOUGH. God speed the plough, the toiling plough, O'er hill
and valley fair ; A blessing on his sunburnt brow Who guides its shining share ; A
blessing on bis fertile land, And on his loaded wain, And on the merry harvest
band That reap the ripened grain. God speed the plough, the peaceful plough ;
Sword ! rust within thy sheath ; A fierce and sullen thing wert thou, Oh ! chosen
friend of death. Go, moulder with the helms and shields Of days long since gone
by, For ...