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" I love to know that, not alone, .1 meet the battle's angry tide ; • That sainted myriads from their throne Descend to combat at my side. Mine is no solitary choice, See here the seal of saints impress'd ; The prayer of millions swells my voice, The... "
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1815
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The velvet cushion [by J.W. Cunningham.].

John William Cunningham - 1814
...3. I love to know that, not alone, I meet the battle's angry tide j That sainted myriads from their throne Descend to combat at my side. Mine is no solitary...swells my voice> The mind of ages fills my breast. 4. I love the ivy-mantled tower, Eock'd by the storms of thousand years j The grave whose melancholy...
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The Velvet Cushion

John William Cunningham - Christian fiction, English - 1814 - 185 pages
...alone, I meet the battle's angry tide ; That sainted myriads from their throne Descend to combat at ruy side. Mine is no solitary choice, See here the seal of saints itnpress'd ; The prayer of millions swells my voice, The mind of ages fills my breast. 4. I love the...
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A World Without Souls

John William Cunningham - Electronic books - 1815 - 170 pages
...love to know that, not alone, .1 meet the battle's angry tide ; • That sainted myriads from their throne Descend to combat at my side. Mine is no solitary...mind of ages fills my breast. I love the ivy-mantled tourer, Rock'd by the storms of thousand years ; The grave whose melancholy flower Was nourished by...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 85, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1815
...Descend to combat ar, my side. Mine is no solitary choice, See here the zeal of saints imprcss'd ; The prayer of millions swells my voice, The mind of ages fills my breast. I love the ivy-mantled '.vaier, Rock'd by the storms of thousand yearly The grace whose melancholy flower Was nourished by...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1815
...feel. I love to kuow, that not alone 1 meet tbe battle's angry tide ; That sainted myriads from their throne Descend to combat at my side. Mine is no solitary choice, See here Ihe zeal of saints impress'd; The prayer of millions swells my voice, Tbe mind of ages fills my breast....
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The velvet cushion [by J.W. Cunningham.].

John William Cunningham - 1815
...Descend to combat at my side. Mine w no solitary choice, See here the seal of saints impress'*! '}, The prayer of millions swells my voice, The mind of ages fills my breast,. * Hookert * J love the ivy-mantled Jouur, . • . : ': ; Rock'd by the storms of thonsand years ; The...
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The Village instructor

1820
...fee). I love to know that not alone I meet the battle's angry tide ; That sainted myriads from their throne Descend to combat at my side. • Mine is no solitary choice — See here the seal of saints inapress'd ; The prayer of millions swells my voice, The mind of ages fills my breast. Hooker, i...
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Evenings in Autumn: On the blindness of Homer, Ossian, and Milton. The ...

Nathan Drake - 1822
...piety, and rational zeal, which are the usual and happy effects of their influence over the heart. I love the ivy-mantled tower, Rock'd by the storms...thousand years; The grave, whose melancholy flower Was nourished by a martyr's tears. I love the organ's joyous swell, Sweet echo of the heavenly ode ; I...
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The Poetical Album: And Register of Modern Fugitive Poetry, Volume 1

Alaric Alexander Watts - English poetry - 1828
...that, not alone, I meet the battle's angry tide ; That sainted myriads from the throne Descend and combat at my side. Mine is no solitary choice, — See, here, the seal of saints impressed ! The prayers of millions swell my voice ; The mind of ages fills my breast. I love the ivy-mantled...
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The poetical album; and register of modern fugitive poetry, ed. by A.A. Watts

Alaric Alexander Watts - 1828
...that, not alone, I meet the battle's angry tide ; That sainted myriads from the throne Descend and combat at my side. Mine is no solitary choice, — See, here, the seal of saints impressed ! The prayers of millions swell my voice ; The mind of ages fills my breast. I love the ivy-mantled...
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