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" How shall I speak thee, or thy power address, Thou god of our idolatry, the press ? By thee, religion, liberty, and laws, Exert their influence, and advance their cause ; By thee, worse plagues than Pharaoh's land befell, Diffused, make earth the vestibule... "
Bentley's Miscellany - Page 275
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Poems

William Cowper - 1806
...but profane) Free from the domineering power of lust ; A lewd interpreter is never just. How shall I speak thee, or thy power address, Thou god of our idolatry, the press? Ey thee religion, liberty, and laws, Exert their influence, and advance their cause; By thee worse...
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Poems

William Cowper - 1806
...but profane) Free from the domineering power of lust ; A lewd interpreter is never just. How shall I speak thee, or thy power address., Thou god of our idolatry, the press? By thee religion, liberty, and laws, Exert their influence, and advance their cause; By thee worse...
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The Poetical Works of William Cowper: Of the Inner Temple, Esq, Volume 2

William Cowper - English poetry - 1806
...upon the breath Of -patriots, bursting with heroic rage, Or placemen, all tranquillity and smiles. This folio of four pages, happy work ! Which not even critics criticise ; that holds Inquisitive attention, while I read, Fast bound in chains of silence, which the fair,...
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Table Talk, and Other Poems

William Cowper - 1818 - 179 pages
...profane,) Free from the domineering1 power of lust : A lewd interpreter is never just. How shall I speak thee, or thy power address, Thou god of our idolatry, the press ? By thee religion, liberty, and laws, Exert their influence, and advance their cause ; By thee worse...
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Poems. by William Cowper. With the life of the author by T. Greatheed

William Cowper, T. Greatheed - 1821
...but profane) Free from the domineering power of lust ; A lewd interpreter is never just. How shall I speak thee, or thy power address, Thou god of our idolatry, the press ? By thce religion, liberty, and laws, Exert their influence, and advance their cause ; By thee worse...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volume 89

English literature - 1822
...three indifferent rooms they are charging six dollars a-night. VOL. x. THE LONDON PRESS. How shall I speak thee, or thy power address, Thou god of our idolatry, the PRESS ? By thee, Religion, Liberty, and Laws, Exert their influence, and advance their cause; By thec, worse...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - Classical poetry - 1822
...but profane), Free from the domineering power of lust; A lewd interpreter is never just. How shall I speak thee, or thy power address, Thou god of our idolatry, the press? By thee religion, liberty, and laws Exert their influence, and advance their cause; By thee worse plagues...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton ...

John Milton - 1824 - 131 pages
...profane,) Free from the domineering power oí* lust , A lewd interpreter is never just. How shall I speak thee, or thy power address, Thou god of our idolatry, the press ? By thee religion, liberty, and laws, Exert their influence, and advance their cause ; By thee worse...
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Specimens of the Lyrical, Descriptive, and Narrative Poets of Great Britain ...

John Johnstone (of Edinburgh.) - English poetry - 1828 - 560 pages
...feed upon the breath Of patriots, bursting with heroic rage, Or placemen, all tranquillity and smiles. This folio of four pages, happy work ! Which not even critics criticise ; that holds Inquisitive Attention, while I read, Fast bound in chains of silence, which the fair,...
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The Poetical Works of William Cowper, Volume 1

William Cowper, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1830
...but profane), Free from the domineering power of lust ; A lewd interpreter is never just. How shall I speak thee, or thy power address, Thou god of our idolatry, the Press ? By thee religion, liberty, and laws, Exert their influence and advance their cause : By thee worse...
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