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" Awake, O north wind; and come, thou south; Blow upon my garden, That the spices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden, And eat his pleasant fruits. "
The Christian Herald - Page 333
edited by - 1816
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Gospel Sonnets; Or, Spiritual Songs: In Six Parts. 1. The Believer's ...

Ralph Erskine - English poetry - 1750 - 270 pages
...And pay their Tribute to the Sea. The CHURCH s WWds. Ver. 1 6. A\vah., O North-wind, and come, thott South, blow upon my Garden, that the Spices thereof may flow out : Let my Beloved cotni tntff. bis Gardsfli and*at. his pleafont Fruits, L '• ) In ample Praife, my King I hear Make...
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A Collection of Hymns of the Children of God in All Ages, from the Beginning ...

United Brethren in Christ - Hymns - 1754 - 770 pages
...heart, my fifter, Bruit. Awake, O north-wind, and come taou fouth, blow upon my garden : that the fpices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden : and eat his pleafant fruits. I fleep, but my heart waketh : it it the voice of my beloved, that knocketh. After,...
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Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical ..., Volume 1

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - Science - 1785
...ftreams from Lebanon. Awake, O north wind, and retire thou fouth, blow upon my garden, that the fpices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleafant fruits. Chap. iv. ver. iz. et, f Aromatic plants are very often mentioned as a high gratification,...
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Christian husbandry: or, A companion for the Christian in his field and ...

Ambrose Serle - 1792
...Garden muft yield its precious Perfume. Well then may he command; Awake, O North-wind, and come, thou South; blow upon my Garden, that the Spices thereof may flow out ! (Cant. iv. 16.) XX. MANY Flowers, both in the Field and Garden, when the Light of the Sun is withdrawn,...
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Gospel Sonnets: Or, Spiritual Songs, in Six Parts ... Concerning Creation ...

Ralph Erskine - Religious poetry - 1793 - 371 pages
...o Song iv. 16. Awake, O north wind ? ..and come, thou fiath ; blow upon my garden, that the fpices thereof may flow out : let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pica. fant fruits. John iii. 8. The wind bloweth where it lifteth, and thou heareft the found thereof,...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

English literature - 1796
...ointment poured forth. Awakf, О north wind ! and come thou fouth ; blow upon my garden, that the fpices thereof may flow out ; let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleafant fruits." p. 29. We have feen the preacher full of joy ; — let us now attend to his expreffions...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 15

Tobias Smollett - Books - 1796
...ointment poured forth. Awake, O north wind ( and come thou fouth; blow upon my garden, that the fpices thereof may flow out ; let my beloved come into his garden, and fat his pleafant fruits." P. 29. We have feen the preacher full of joy ; — let us now attend to his...
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Living testimonies: or, Spiritual letters on divine subjects, Volume 2

William Huntington - Arminianism - 1797 - 391 pages
...unexpe&ed gale arifes. Awake, O north wind, and come, thoufoutbt blow upon my garden, tl:at the Jfices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleaJant fruits. The firft motion is attended with fome terrors, fear, and trembling ; this drives...
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The whole works of the Reverend and learned Mr. John Willison, late minister ...

John Willison - Commentaries - 1798
...hand doth embrace me. Awake, O north wind, > come, thou fouth, blow upon my garden, that the fpices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleafant fruits. Until the day break and the ftiadows fly away, make hafle, my beloved, and be thou...
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Contemplations on the God of Israel, in a Series of Letters to a Friend

William Huntington - Arminianism - 1802 - 250 pages
...nor emifTion. — Awake, Q north wind, and come, thou foutb ; blow upon my garden, tkat the fpices thereof 'may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleafant fruits. Song iv. 1 6. If my dearly-beloved brother will obferve thefe things, he will perceive...
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