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" Men at arms his livery wore, Did his bidding night and day. Now, through regions all unknown, He was wandering, lost, alone, Seeking without guide his way. Suddenly the pathway ends, Sheer the precipice descends, Loud the torrent roars unseen; Thirty... "
New National First [-fifth] Reader - Page 357
by Charles Joseph Barnes, J. M. Hawkes - 1884 - 480 pages
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The Elson Readers: (Revision of Elson grammar school reader, book four)

William Harris Elson, Christine M. Keck, Lura E. Runkel - 1921
...unseen; Thirty feet from side to side Yawns the chasm; on air must ride He who crosses this ravine. 25 Following close in his pursuit, At the precipice's...Reyhan the Arab of Orfah Halted with his hundred men, Gently Roushan Beg caressed Kyrat's forehead, neck, and breast; Kissed him upon both his eyes; Sang...
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The Elson Readers..: Book 5-8 ...

William Harris Elson - 1921
...hundred and fourscore Men at arms his livery wore ; 15 Did his bidding night and day. Now, through regions all unknown, He was wandering, lost, alone,...without guide, his way. Suddenly the pathway ends; 20 Sheer the precipice descends; Loud the torrent roars unseen ; Thirty feet from side to side Yawns...
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The Spell of Algeria and Tunisia

Francis Miltoun - 1908 - 442 pages
...Batna, is El Kantara and its gorge. If ever Longfellow's poetic lines were applicable, they are here. " Suddenly the pathway ends, Sheer the precipice descends,...chasm ; on air must ride He who crosses this ravine." El Kantara is easily the most remarkable " sight " of all Algeria. Its Hotel Bertrand is a most excellently...
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Horses Now and Long Ago

Lucy Sprague Mitchell - 1926 - 343 pages
...Seven hundred and fourscore Men at arms his livery wore, Did his bidding night and day. Now, through regions all unknown, He was wandering, lost, alone,...his hundred men, Shouting upward from the glen, "La Illah ilia Allah!" Gently Roushan Beg caressed Kyrat's forehead, neck, and breast; Kissed him upon...
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Speaking and Writing English, Book 4

Bernard Matthew Sheridan, Clare Kleiser, Anna I. Mathews - 1926
...picture the scene in the fifth stanza. Be careful when reading to make no pause after side or ride. Thirty feet from side to side Yawns the chasm; on air must ride He who crosses this ravine. In the sixth stanza, a new character is introduced, Reyhan the Arab of Orfah. How many followers did...
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The Speaker: A Quarterly Magazine of Successful Readings, Volume 8

1913
...Seven hundred and fourscore Men at arms his livery wore, Did his bidding night and day. Now, through regions all unknown, He was wandering, lost, alone,...with his hundred men, Shouting upward from the glen, Gently Roushan Beg caressed Kyrat's forehead, neck, and breast; Kissed him upon both his eyes ; Sang...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 41

1878
...Seven hundred and fourscore Men-at-arms his livery wore, Did his bidding night and day; Now through regions all unknown He was wandering, lost, alone,...his hundred men, Shouting upward from the glen, " La il Allah! Allah-la!" Gently Rousban Beg caressed Kyrat's forehead, neck, and breast; Kissed him upon...
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the complete poetical works of henry wadsworth longfellow

1894
...Seven hundred and fourscore Men at arms his livery wore, Did his bidding night and day. N"ow, through regions all unknown, He was wandering, lost, alone,...Yawns the chasm ; on air must ride He who crosses this ravineFollowing close in his pursuit^ M the precipice's foot, Reyhan the Arab of Orfah Halted with...
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The Household Encyclopaedia of Business and Social Forms Embracing the Laws ...

James D. McCabe - 1884 - 868 pages
...Seven hundred and fourscore Men-at-arms his livery wore, Did his bidding night and day; Now through regions all unknown He was wandering, lost, alone,...torrent roars unseen ; Thirty feet from side to side Yf.wns the chasm ; on air must ride He who crosses this ravine. Follol- Ing close in his pursuit, At...
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KERAMOS AND OTHER POEMS

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW - 1878
...side Yawns the chasm; on air must ride Following close in his pursuit, At the precipice's foot, Keyhan the Arab of Orfah Halted with his hundred men, Shouting upward from the glen, " La IlMh ilk Allah ! " Gently Eoushan Beg caressed Kyrat' s forehead, neck, and breast ; Kissed him upon...
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