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Page 361 - Christ for my brethren, my kinsmen according to the flesh : who are Israelites ; to whom pertaineth the adoption, and the glory, and the covenants, and the giving of the law, and the service of God, and the promises : whose are the fathers, and of whom as concerning the flesh Christ came, Who is over all, God blessed for ever. Amen.
Page 140 - And he said unto him. If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead.
Page 45 - No sound is uttered, — but a deep And solemn harmony pervades The hollow vale from steep to steep, And penetrates the glades. . Far-distant images draw nigh, Called forth by wondrous potency Of beamy radiance, that imbues Whate'er it strikes with gem-like hues ! In vision exquisitely clear, Herds range along the mountain side ; And glistening antlers are descried ; And gilded flocks appear.
Page 46 - No less than Nature's threatening voice, If aught unworthy be my choice, From THEE if I would swerve; Oh, let Thy grace remind me of the light Full early lost, and fruitlessly deplored...
Page 46 - And if there be whom broken ties Afflict, or injuries assail, Yon hazy ridges to their eyes Present a glorious scale, Climbing suffused with sunny air, To...
Page 45 - Had this effulgence disappeared With flying haste, I might have sent, Among the speechless clouds, a look Of blank astonishment ; But 'tis endued with power to stay, And sanctify one closing day, That frail Mortality may see — What is ? — ah no, but what can be ! Time was when field and watery cove With modulated echoes rang, While choirs of fervent Angels sang Their vespers in the grove...
Page 46 - If aught unworthy be my choice, From THEE if I would swerve ; Oh, let thy grace remind me of the light Full early lost, and fruitlessly deplored ; Which, at this moment, on my waking...
Page 35 - The River Duddon: A Series of Sonnets; Vaudracour and Julia; and Other Poems; to Which Is Annexed A Topographical Description of the Country of the Lakes in the North of England.
Page 441 - Henry remarked with much displeasure, this general favour borne to the house of York. The suspicions which arose from it not only disturbed his tranquillity during his whole reign, but bred disgust towards his consort herself, and poisoned all his domestic enjoyments. Though virtuous, amiable, and obsequious, to the last degree, she never met with a proper return of affection, or even of complaisance, from her husband ; and the malignant ideas of faction still, in his sullen mind, prevailed over...