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" Rome, the great city, the empress of the world, whose domination and superstition, ancient and modern, make a great part of the history of this earth, what is become of her now? She laid her foundations deep, and her palaces were strong and sumptuous... "
A Journey Into Cornwall, Through the Counties of Southampton, Wilts, Dorset ... - Page 175
by George Lipscomb - 1799 - 364 pages
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The arts of logick and rhetorick [adapted by J. Oldmixon from La manière de ...

John Oldmixon - 1728 - 484 pages
...deliciottfly, and faid in her Heart ', IJitagueen, " andjball fee no Sorrow. " Bu T her Hour is come, fhe is wiped away from the " Face of the Earth, and buried in everlafling Oblivion. ** But it is not Cities only, and the Works ot Mens Hands j " the everlafling...
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The Spectator, Volume 2

1729 - 342 pages
...and f aid in her Heart I fit a Sl»iee>i, and /hall fee no far-. * row : But her Hour is come, fhe is wiped away from ' the Face of the Earth, and buried in everlafting Obli' vion. But it is not Cities only, and Works of Mens ' Hands, but the evetlafting Hills,...
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A System of Oratory, Delivered in a Course of Lectures Publicly ..., Volume 2

John Ward - 1759 - 458 pages
...and faid k E c T. in her heart, I fit a queen, and mall fee no , forrow ; but her hour is come, jhe is 'wiped away from the face of the- earth, and buried in everlafting oblivion. But it is not cities only, and the works ofmens bands; the everlofting hills,...
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The British Magazine and General Review of the Literature ..., Volume 1

1772 - 456 pages
...licioußy, and faid in hir heart, I <•' fit a queen andjhaltfce noforrow. " But her hour ii come, fhe is wiped " away from the face of the earth, " and buried in everlafting oblivion. " But it is not cities only, and works " of mea's hands, but the everlafting...
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Select lessons in prose and verse, from various authors, to which are added ...

Select lessons - 1785 - 156 pages
...delicioufly, andfaid in her Heart I Jit a $>ueen, and Jball Jee no Sorrow: But her Hour is come, (he is wiped away from the Face of the Earth, and buried in everlaftirig Oblivion. But it is not Cities only, and Works of Mens Hands, but the everlafting Hills,...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 4

1786 - 694 pages
...delicioufly, ' and faid in her hcatt, " I fit a queen, ' and (hall fee no forrow:" but her hour is come, (he is wiped away from the face of the earth, and buried in everlalling oblivion. But it is not cities only, and works of men's hands, but the everlalting hills,...
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The Religion of the Ancient Greeks

Leclerc de Sept-Chênes - 1788 - 362 pages
...ly ; and fold in her heart, I Jit a Queen, and " Jhall fee no forrow. But her hour is come, '* fhe is wiped away from the face of the earth, " and buried in perpetual oblivion. But it is ** not cities only, and works of mens hands ; ** but the everlafting...
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A View of Nature, in Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps: With ..., Volume 2

Sir Richard Joseph Sullivan (bart.) - 1794 - 480 pages
...domination, ancient and modern, makes a great part of the history of this earth, what is become of her ? She laid her foundations deep, and her palaces were strong and sumptuous. But, her hour has come ; she is wiped from the face of the earth, and buried in everkstirtg oblivion. But, it is...
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Discourses on several subjects and occasions. Vol. 1,2, 3rd ed.; 3 ..., Volume 3

George Horne (bp. of Norwich.) - 1794 - 426 pages
...delicioujly, and f aid in her " heart, I Jit as a queen, andjhallfee no for" row. But her hour is come, me is wiped " away from the face of the earth, and " buried in everlafting oblivion. But not '' cities only, and the works of men's hands " — the everlafting hills,...
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Discourses on Several Subjects and Occasions, Volume 3

George Horne - 1794 - 416 pages
...delicioujly, and faid in her " heart, I Jit as a queen, andjhallfee no for" row. But her hour is come, me is wiped '« away from the face of the earth, and " buried in everlafting oblivion. But not " cities only, and the works of men's hands " —the everlafting hills,...
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