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" By all means use sometimes to be alone. Salute thyself : see what thy soul doth wear. Dare to look in thy chest ; for 'tis thine own : And tumble up and down what thou find'st there. "
The Poetical Works of George Herbert - Page 7
by George Herbert, Robert Aris Willmott - 1855 - 315 pages
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The whole works of...Oliver Heywood now first collected, revised & arranged ...

Oliver Reywood - 1825
...confinement, but was that night sleepless, and afterwards restless, till he became seriously religious.* By all means use sometimes to be alone, Salute thyself;...find'st there. Who cannot rest till he good fellows find, He breaks up house, turns out of doors his mind.t Oh, sirs, you little know what good effects...
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Gleanings, Moral and Religious, from Various Authors

John Kendall - Society of Friends - 1826 - 318 pages
...several stations ; as becomes social beings, who were formed in aid and assistance of each other. . By all means use sometimes to be alone : Salute thyself...see what thy soul doth wear : Dare to look in thy heart, fqr 'tis thy own, Once and again turn what thou findest there. Who cannot rest till he companions...
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The Works of George Herbert, Volume 2

George Herbert - 1838
...underwrites a law. Lose not thyself, nor give thy humours way : God gave them to thee under lock and key. Bv all means use sometimes to be alone. Salute thyself:...find'st there. Who cannot rest till he good fellows find, He breaks up house, turns out of doors his mind. Be thrifty, but not covetous : therefore give...
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The Temple: Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations

George Herbert - 1838 - 361 pages
...to nothing at the next great thaw. Man is a shop of rules, a well-truss'd pack, Whose every parcel underwrites a law. Lose not thyself, nor give thy...find'st there. Who cannot rest till he good fellows find, • He breaks up house, turns out of doors his mind. Be thrifty, but not covetous : therefore...
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Scripture references illustrated with sacred poetry, compiled by two Sabbath ...

John N Woodroffe - 1839
...4 ; xix. 14; Ixiii. 6; Ixxvii. 12; cxix. 15, 23, 48, 59, 78, 97, 148. Prov. iv. 26. 1 Tim. iv. 15. By all means use sometimes to be alone; Salute thyself....soul doth wear. Dare to look in thy chest, for 'tis thy own; And tumble up and down what thou find'st there. Who cannot rest till he good fellows find,...
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The Temple: And the Country Parson

George Herbert - Religious poetry - 1842 - 369 pages
...rules, a well-trussed pack, Whose every parcel under-writes a law. Lose not thyself, nor give thy humors way : God gave them to thee under lock and key. By...soul doth wear. Dare to look in thy chest ; for 'tis thy own : And tumhle up and down what thou tind'st there. Who cannot rest till he good fellows find,...
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Plain practical sermons, Volume 1

1844
...• 2 Sam. xiii. 4. ' 1 John iii. 1—3. I SERMON X. THE NEW YEAR. LET US SEARCH AND TRY OUR WAYS. " By all means use sometimes to be alone, Salute thyself : see what thy soul doth wear. I)arc to look in thy chest ; for 'tis thy own, And tumble up and down what thou find'st there." Crtorge...
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Flowers of Zion: a selection of hymns and sacred poetry

Zion - Christian poetry, English - 1845 - 287 pages
...love shall increas In fulness of degree ; By which we shall appear to all Perfect, like Christ, to be. By all means use sometimes to be alone, Salute thyself:...find'st there. Who cannot rest till he good fellows find, He breaks up house, turns out of doors his mind. \)t Babr of THAT blessed Babe in Bethlehem...
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Practical Religion Exemplified: By Letters and Passages from the Life of the ...

Mrs. Anderson (Caroline Dorothea) - 1850 - 299 pages
...then to be alone. You like poetry, so I will send you some lines from the good George Herbert: — By all means use sometimes to be alone: Salute thyself; see what thy soul cloth wear; Dare to look in thy chest, for 'tis thine own, And tumble up and down what thou find'st...
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The poetical works of George Herbert [and The synagogue, by C. Harvey ...

George Herbert - 1853
...to nothing at the next great thaw. Man is a shop of rules, a well-truss'd pack, Whose every parcel underwrites a law. Lose not thyself, nor give thy...find'st there. Who cannot rest till he good fellows find, He breaks up house, turns out of doors his mind. Be thrifty, but not covetous : therefore give...
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