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" Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless, or all that now convulse humanity, will also have perished. The mightiest pageantry of life will pass, the loudest notes of triumph or of conquest will be silent in the grave; — the wicked, wherever... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 425
1814
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The Analectic Magazine, Volume 5

1815
...and subdued, and we return into life as into a shadowy acene, where we have " disquieted ourselves in vain." " Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless, or all that now convulse humanity will alao have perished. The mightiest pageantry of life will pass — the loudest notes of triumph or of...
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Sermons, Chiefly on Particular Occasions, Volume 1

Archibald Alison - 1814 - 483 pages
...ministry of some mysterious power, they end in awakening our concern for every being that lives.— Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless," or all that now convulse humanity will also hate perished. The mightiest pageantry of life will pass,- — the loudest notes of triumph or of conquest...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 3; Volume 21

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1815
...ministry of some mysterious power, they end in awakening our concern for every being that live* — Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless,...impression so profound, we feel our own hearts better. The cares, the animosities, the hatreds which society may have engendered, sink unperceived from our...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 3

1815
...the ministry of some mysterious power, they end in awakening our concern for every being that lives.- Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless,...will be at rest. Under an impression so profound, we fuel our own heart* better. The cares, the animosities, tb$i hatreds, which society may liave engendered,...
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Sermons: Chiefly on Particular Occasions, Volume 1

Archibald Alison - 1815
...ministry of some mysterious power, they end in awakening our concern for every being that lives. — Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless,...troubling," and the weary, wherever suffering, " will be at rest.'r Under an impression so profound, we feel our own hearts better. The cares, the animosities,...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volume 5

1815
...and subdued, and we return into life as into a shadowy scene, where we have " disquieted ourselves in vain." •• Yet a few years, we think, and all that...the loudest notes of triumph or of conquest will be tilent in the grave ; — the wicked, wherever active, " will cease from troubling," and the weary,...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 3

1815
...ministry of some mysterious power, they end in awakening our concern for every being that lives. — Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless,...will pass, — the loudest notes of triumph or of cpnquest will be silent in the grave ; — -the wicked, wherever active, " will cease from troubling,"...
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The Weekly Monitor, Entertaining and Instructive: Designed to be ..., Volume 1

1817 - 214 pages
...subdued, and we return into life as into a shadowy scene, where we have " disquieted oursehfs in rain." Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless,...silent in the grave ; — the wicked, wherever active, "wilt eease from troubling," and the weary, wherever suffering, " will be at rest." Under an impression...
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The American First Class Book, Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation, Book 4

John Pierpont - 1823 - 480 pages
...awakening our concern for every being that lives i'et a few years, we think, and all that now bless, or aH that now convulse humanity will also have perished....impression so profound, we feel our own hearts better. The cares, the animosities, the hatreds which society may have engendered, sink unperceived from our...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection, Moral, Instructive, and ..., Volume 1

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1827
...ministry of some mysterious power, they end in awakening our concern for every being that lives. — Yet a few years, we think, and all that now bless,...wherever active, " will cease from troubling," and the VOL. I. Q weary, wherever suffering, " will be at rest." Under an impression so profound, we feel our...
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