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" the aching sight ; The pomp of kings and emperors, in every clime and zone, Grows dim beneath the splendour of thy glorious watery throne. No fleets can stop thy progress, no armies bid thee stay, But "
Parbury's oriental herald and colonial intelligencer - Page 382
1838
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The Evangelical Reformer, and Young Man's Guide, Volume 3

1840
...Sovereign of the World of Floods! whose majesty and might First dazzles—then enraptures—then o'erawes the aching sight; The pomp of Kings and Emperors, in every clime and zone, Grows dim beneath the splendors of thy glorious watery throne. No fleets can stop thy progress—no armies bid thee stay—...
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America, historical, statistic, and descriptive, Volume 2

James Silk Buckingham - Atlantic States - 1841
...of the World of Floods I—whose majesty and might First dazzles—then enraptures—then o'erawes the aching sight: The pomp of Kings and Emperors, in every clime and zone, Grows dim beneath the splendours of thy glorious watery throne. No Fleets can stop thy progress—no armies bid thee stay—...
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The Christian Messenger and Family Magazine, Volume 1

Churches of Christ - 1845
...First dazzles—then enraptures—then o'erawes the aching sight; The pomp of Kings and Emperors—in every clime and zone, Grows dim beneath the splendour...thy glorious watery throne. No fleets can stop thy progress—no armies bid thee stay; But onward—onward—onward—thy march still holds its way; The...
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The pictorial field-book of the Revolution; or, Illustrations, by pen and ...

Benson John Lossing - 1851
...sovereign of the world of floods ! whose majesty and might First dazzles—then enraptures—then o'erawes the aching sight ; The pomp of kings and emperors in every clime and zone Grow dim beneath the splendors of thy glorious watery throne. " No fleets can stop thy progress, no...
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The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution: Or, Illustrations, by ..., Volume 1

United States - 1851
...sovereign of the world of floods ! whose majesty and might First dazzles—then enraptures—then o'erawes the aching sight ; The pomp of kings and emperors in every clime and zone Grow dim beneath the splendors of thy glorious watery throne. " No fleets can stop thy progress, no...
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The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution: Or, Illustrations, by ..., Volume 1

United States - 1851
...sovereign of the world of floods ! whose majesty and might First dazzles—then enraptures—then o'erawes the aching sight The pomp of kings and emperors in every clime and zone Grow dim beneath the splendors of thy glorious watery throne. " No fleets can stop thy progress, no...
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Two Years on the Farm of Uncle Sam

Charles Casey - United States - 1852 - 311 pages
...monarch of the world of floods, whose majesty and might, First dazzles, then enraptures, then o'erawes, the aching sight. The pomp of kings and emperors, in every clime and zone, Grows dim before the splendour of thy glorious watery throne. BUCKINGHAM. IBT a former chapter allusion was made...
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The Wheat-sheaf: Or, Gleanings for the Wayside and Fireside ...

American literature - 1853 - 416 pages
...monarch of the world of floods, whose majesty and might, First dazzles, then enraptures, then o'crawes the aching sight. The pomp of kings and emperors in...stop thy progress, no armies bid thee stay— But onward, onward, onward, thy march still holds its way. The rising mist that veils thee, as thy herald...
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The Wheat-sheaf, a Suggestive Reader: Containing Germs of Pure and Noble ...

Enoch Lewis - Readers - 1853 - 396 pages
...monarch of the world of floods, whose majesty and might, First dazzles, then enraptures, then o'erawes the aching sight. The pomp of kings and emperors in...beneath the splendour of thy glorious watery throne. Is T o fleets can stop thy progress, no armies bid thee stay— But onward, onward, onward, thy march...
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The Wesleyan methodist association magazine

1855
...aching sight: The pomp of kings and emperors, in every clitne and zone, Grows dim beneath the splendours of thy glorious watery throne. No fleets can stop thy progress, no armies still holds its way : The rising mist that veils thee, as thine bid tbee stay, But onward, onward,...
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