6 Famous Quotes by Eliza Cook
12/24/1818 - 9/23/1889
Oh, how cruelly sweet are the echoes that start
When Memory plays an old tune on the heart!
Quotes, by Eliza Cook , Source: Journal (vol. IV, Old Dobbin, st. 16)
'Tis a glorious charter, deny it who can,
That's breathed in the words, "I'm an Englishman."
Quotes, by Eliza Cook , Source: An Englishman
There's a star in the West that shall never go down
Till the records of Valour decay,
We must worship its light though it is not our own,
For liberty burst in its ray.
Shall the name of a Washington ever be heard
By a freeman, and thrill not his breast?
Is there one out of bondage that hails not the word,
As a Bethlehem Star of the West?
Quotes, by Eliza Cook , Source: There's a Star in the West
The coward wretch whose hand and heart can bear to torture ought below, Is ever first to quail and start from the slightest pain or equal foe.
Quotes, by Eliza Cook