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" Fair Angel, thy desire, which tends to know The works of God, thereby to glorify The great Work-master, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits praise The more it seems excess, that led thee hither From thy empyreal mansion thus alone,... "
The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art - Página 404
1858
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American Medical Gazette and Journal of Health, Volumen11,Parte1

1859 - 940 páginas
...4 ' The desire which tends to know The works of GOD, thereby to glorify The great Workmaster, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits...to be all Had in remembrance always with delight." Scott County Medical Society— Expulsion of a Member. We publish below an official account of the...
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Botany and religion; or, Illustrations of the works of God in the structure ...

John Hutton Balfour - 1859 - 492 páginas
...happiness. " The desire which tends to know The works of God, thereby to glorify The great Workmaster, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits...to know, and worthiest to be all Had in remembrance alway with delight." — MILTON. " The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge" (Prov. i. 7),...
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The Poems of John Milton: With Notes, Volumen1

John Milton, Thomas Keightley - 1859 - 492 páginas
...alone, To witness with thine eyes what some perhaps, 700 Contented with report, hear only in Heaven : For wonderful indeed are all his works, Pleasant to know, and worthiest to be all Had in remembranee always with delight ! But what ereated mind ean eomprehend Their number, or the wisdom...
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Glimpses of Ocean Life, Or, Rock-pools and the Lessons They Teach

John Harper - 1860 - 480 páginas
...himself acquainted with objects framed with marvellous skill and care by the hand of the Almighty: — * Wonderful indeed are all His works, Pleasant to know,...to be all Had in remembrance, always with delight.' Without further preface, I .shall now proceed to offer some practical hints relative to the establishment...
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The poetical works of John Milton. Paradise lost and regained

John Milton - 1860 - 424 páginas
...angel, thy desire, which tends to know The works of God, thereby to glorify The great Work-master, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits praise The more it seems excess, that led thee hither From thy empyreal mansion thus alone, To witngss with thine eyes what some perhaps,...
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The Ferns of the Axe and Its Tributaries: Also of Lyme, Charmouth, Uplyme ...

Zachary James Edwards - 1862 - 148 páginas
...to glorify The great Work-master, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits praise. For wonderful indeed are all His works, Pleasant to...to be all Had in remembrance always with delight." — Milton. Plate I, fig. 9. 5. Spinous Fern. Lastrea spinulosa. This Fern is more erect than the two...
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Complete Poetical Works

John Milton - 1862 - 568 páginas
...angel, thy desire which tprids to know The works of God, thereby to glorify The great Work-master, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits praise The more it seems excess, that led thee hither From thy empyreal mansion thus alone, , To witness with thine eyes what some perhaps...
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Milton's Paradise lost (pr. from the text of mr. Keightley's library ed.).

John Milton - 1862 - 366 páginas
...Angel, thy desire, which tends to know The works of God, thereby to glorify The great Work-master, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits praise The more it seems excess, that led thee hither From thy empyreal mansion thus alone, To witness with thine eyes what some perhaps,...
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Companion to English Grammar ...

Jacob Lowres - 1862 - 192 páginas
...Angel, thy desire, which tends to hnow The worhs of God, thereby to glorify The great Worh-Master, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits praise The more it seems excess, that led thee hither From thy empyreal mansion, thus alone To witness with thine eyes what some perhaps...
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Objects for the Microscope: Being a Popular Description of the Most ...

Louisa Lane Clarke - 1863 - 278 páginas
...' The desire which tends to know The works of God, thereby to glorify The great Work-master, leads to no excess That reaches blame, but rather merits...to know, and worthiest to be all Had in remembrance alway with delight." — Milton. THE slides usually prepared from the animal kingdom consist of insect...
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