History of the Early Kings of Persia: From Kaiomars, the First of the Peshdadian Dynasty, to the Conquest of Iran by Alexander the Great
Oriental Translation Fund of Gt. Brit. & Ireland, 1832 - 441 pages
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Page 367 - Magog waste the land ; shall we therefore pay thee tribute, on condition that thou build a rampart between us and them? He answered, The power wherewith my LORD has strengthened me is better than your tribute: but assist me strenuously, and I will set a strong wall between you and them. Bring me iron in large pieces until it fill up the space between the two sides of these mountains.
Page 445 - Governor-General of India. The Right Honourable LORD WHC BENTINCK, GCB, GovernorGeneral of India. The Right Honourable LORD VISCOUNT MELVILLE. The Right Honourable LORD VISCOUNT GODERICH. The Right Honourable LORD GRENVILLE, Chancellor of the University of Oxford. The Right Honourable LORD ELLENBOROUGH...
Page 367 - He answered, Whosoever of them shall commit injustice, we will surely punish him in this world ; afterwards shall he return unto his LORD, and he shall punish him with a severe punishment.
Page 367 - Answer, I will rehearse unto you an account of him. We made him powerful in the earth, and we gave him means to accomplish every thing he pleased.