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" Awful memorials, but of whom we know not ! The seaman, passing, gazes from the deck. The buffalo-driver, in his shaggy cloak, Points to the work of magic and moves on. Time was they stood along the crowded street, Temples of gods ! and on their ample... "
THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS OF SAMUEL ROGERS - Page 404
by EPES SARGENT - 1854
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Italy, illustrated and described, Volume 213

1864
...preserved that they might be the remains of a people not more than a century distant from ourselves. " Time was they stood along the crowded street, Temples...perhaps the third was sought for justice; And here the judges sate, and heard, and judged. All silent now ! " Learned conjecture, taking the place of authentic...
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Acrostics in prose and verse, a sequel to Double acrostics by various ...

Double acrostics - 1867
...purple rim, And deep into the dying day." T. D, H. 313. "Abode of gods whose shrines no longer burn." " On their ample steps What various habits, various...beset The brazen gates for prayer and sacrifice." 1. " At least wear this." " Wear Caucasus ! why, 'tis A mountain on my temples." 2. " I will have a...
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The beauties of modern British poetry, systematically arranged by ..., Issue 240

David Grant (of Aberdeen) - 1871
...forgot, And Horace smote the lyre. THE RUINS OF P^STUM.* fHEY stand between the mountains and the sen ; Awful memorials, but of whom we know not ! The seaman,...tongues beset The brazen gates, for prayer and sacrifice ! — How many centuries did the sun go round From Mount Alburnus to the Tyrrhene Sea, While, by some...
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Chambers's Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History, Critical ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1876
...sail, And her— the lady of the Glen ! Fron ' Italy.' They stand between the mountains and the sea ; sentative legislature.' 1 1 speak,' said Curran, ' in the spirit of the British law, w buffalo -driver, in his shaggy cloak, Points to the work of magic, and moves on. Time was they stood...
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Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volume 5

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1879
...Lady of the glen ! Pcestum. (3) — Prom ' Italy. ' They" stand between the mountains and the sea, Awful memorials, but of whom we know not. The seaman...street, Temples of gods, and on their ample steps 1 Signifying- in the Gaelic language, an isthmus. 2 Loch Long. 3 The temples of Paestnm are three in...
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Chambers's Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 5-6

Robert Chambers - Authors, American - 1880
...— the Lady of the gluu, I Pcestitm.W—From 'Italy.' They ptand between the mountain's and the sea, Awful memorials, but of whom we know not. The seaman...street, Temples of gods, and on their ample steps 1 Signifying, in the Gaelic language, an isthmus. 2 Loch Long. 3 The temples of PteMuni are three ill...
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Chambers's Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 5-6

Robert Chambers - Authors, American - 1880
...between the mountains and the sea, Awful memorials, but of whom we know not* The seaman passing, gaxes from the deck, The buffalo-driver. In his shaggy cloak....street* Temples of gods, and on their ample steps 1 Dignifying. In the Gaelic laimnage. an Uthmas. 2 Loch Long. What various habits, various tongues...
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Lessons Learnt in Italy and the Riviera, Issue 161

John Benjamin Figgis - Italy - 1882 - 206 pages
...repented of. IV. They stand between the mountains and the sea ; Awful memorials, but of whom we know not. Time was, they stood along the crowded street, Temples...tongues beset The brazen gates for prayer and sacrifice. * * » * All silent now, as in the ages past, Trodden under foot, and mingled dust with dust." SAMUEL...
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Rogers and His Contemporaries, Volume 1

Peter William Clayden - London (England) - 1889 - 466 pages
...sufficiently show how the Diary formed the basis of the poem. They stand between the mountains and the sea, Awful memorials, but of whom we know not. The seaman,...shaggy cloak, Points to the work of magic and moves on. How many centuries did the sun go round From Mount Alburnus to the Tyrrhene sea, While, by some spell...
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Rogers and His Contemporaries, Volume 1

Peter William Clayden - London (England) - 1889 - 466 pages
...sufficiently show how the Diary formed the basis of the poem. They stand between the mountains and the sea, Awful memorials, but of whom we know not. The seaman, passing, gazes from tbe deck, The buffalo-driver, in bis shaggy cloak, Points to the work of magic and moves on. How many...
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