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" Judasa had been carried into captivity, she had already risen to greatness, if not to glory. Nay, she may have heard of the fame of Solomon, and have sent her ivory, her apes, and her peacocks to adorn his palaces ; while partly with her gold he may have... "
East by West: A Journey in the Recess - Page 145
by Sir Henry William Lucy - 1885
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The Sacred City of the Hindus: An Account of Benares in Ancient and Modern Times

Matthew Atmore Sherring - 1868 - 388 pages
...captured Jerusalem, and the inhabitants of Juda3a had been carried into captivity, she had already risen to greatness, if not to glory. Nay, she may...gold he may have overlaid the Temple of the Lord. Not only is Benares remarkable for her venerable age, but also for the vitality and vigour which, so...
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The Sacred City of the Hindus: An Account of Benares in Ancient and Modern Times

Matthew Atmore Sherring - 1868 - 388 pages
...captured Jerusalem, and the inhabitants of Judasa had been carried into captivity, she had already risen to greatness, if not to glory. Nay, she may...gold he may have overlaid the Temple of the Lord. Not only is Benares remarkable for her venerable age, but also for the vitality and vigour which, so...
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The Christian Witness and Congregational Magazine, Volume 4

1868
...Jerusalem, and the inbabitants of Judaea had been carried into captivity, she had already risen 'o greatness, if not to glory. Nay, she may have heard...sent her ivory, her apes, and her peacocks, to adorn bis palaces, while, partly with her gold, he may have overlaid the temple of the Lord. And now, after...
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Dottings Round the Circle

Benjamin Robbins Curtis - 1876 - 329 pages
...captured Jerusalem, and the inhabitants of Judaea had been carried into captivity, she had already risen to greatness, if not to glory. Nay, she may...gold he may have overlaid the Temple of the Lord."* Soon after breakfast we engage a guide and make our way to the Man-Mandil Ghat and ascend some steps...
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The countries of the world, Volume 5; Volume 79

Robert Brown - 1876
...into captivity, she had already risen to greatness, if not to glory. Nay, she may have heard of tha fame of Solomon, and have sent her ivory, her apes,...peacocks to adorn his palaces, while partly with her gold she may have overlaid the Temple of the Lord." In the seventh century of our era a Chinese pilgrim...
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Soldiering in India

Robert George Hobbes - 1893
...captured Jerusalem and the inhabitants of Jerusalem had been carried into captivity, she had already risen to greatness, if not to glory. Nay, she may...gold he may have overlaid the Temple of the Lord." Yet not many of the existing structures are old. The very oldest are certain Moslem tombs and buildings...
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The Californian, Volume 3

1893
...risen to greatness, if not to glory. Nay, she may have heard of the Vol. Ill— 4 fame of Solomon, and sent her ivory, her apes and her peacocks to adorn his palaces, while partly with her gold she may have overlaid the Temple of the Lord. " All of which receives a peculiar value in the light...
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