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" Some kinder casuists are pleased to say, In nameless print — that I have no devotion ; But set those persons down with me to pray, And you shall see who has the properest notion Of getting into heaven the shortest way; My altars are the mountains and... "
Don Juan. Cantos i. to v. [by lord Byron]. - Page 146
by George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1823
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The difficulties of English grammar and punctuation removed. To which is ...

John Best Davidson - 1846 - 152 pages
...honours — everything for liberty." "My altars are the mountains and the ocean, Earth, air, seas — all that springs from the great Whole, Who hath produced, and will receive the soul." THE PERIOD. 490. When one or more words are complete, wilh respect to construction and the intended...
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Pictureworship and image-adoration proved to be the certain consequences of ...

Picture worship - 1846 - 144 pages
...nameless print, that I have no devotion — Bui set those persons down with me to pray, And you shall see who has the properest notion Of getting into Heaven the shortest way." In the MS it began, " Are not these pretty stanzas," &c. &c. The poet was evidently pleased with his...
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The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals and His Life, Volume 15

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1847 - 366 pages
...nameless print(2) — that I have no devotion; But set those persons down with me to pray, And you shall see who has the properest notion Of getting into heaven...Earth, air, stars, -— all that springs from the greai Whole, Who hath produced, and will receive' the soul. cv. Sweet hour of twilight! — in the...
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The Gallery of Nature: A Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation

Thomas Milner - 1848 - 892 pages
...forest of pines, in which Dante, Boccaccio, Dryden, and Byron have wandered, and rendered famous. " Sweet hour of twilight ! — in the solitude Of the pine forest, and the silent shore, Which Ixninds Ravenna's immemorial wood. Rooted where once the Atlrian wave flow'd oYr, To where the last...
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Don Juan, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1849 - 390 pages
...nameless print2 — that I have no devotion ; But set those persons down with me to pray, And you shall see who has the properest notion Of getting into heaven...the soul. cv. Sweet hour of twilight ! — in the solitxide Of the pine forest, and the silent shore Which bounds Ravenna's immemorial wood, Rooted where...
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The Catholic magazine and register [formerly The Weekly register]., Volume 11

1850 - 628 pages
...nameless print, that I have no devotion ; But set those persons down with me to pray, And you shall see who has the properest notion Of getting into heaven...whole, Who hath produced and will receive the soul." We have heard these passages quoted in support of Byron's religious sentiments ; but they evidently...
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An apology for 'Don Juan'; a satirical poem

John Wesley Thomas - 1850 - 156 pages
...ApvlogyfurSnteclymiuius, sec. ii., Milton's Works, 1833, p. 84. Note mm, si. 99. My altars are Ihe mountains and the ocean, Earth, air, stars,— all that springs from the Great Whole, That hath produced, and will receive the soul. —CantoS, st. 104. These lines are borrowed from Pope's...
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Barker & Berg Discussion & Four Sermons by T. Parker: A Collection of 12 Pieces

1854 - 512 pages
...without going to church, and the altars of which are — "The mountains nnd the ooonn. Earth, nir, stars — all that springs from the Great Whole, Who hath produced, and will receive the soul;" forgetting that such worship, being that of the imagination, not of the heart or soul, must be vague...
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A Third Gallery of Portraits

George Gilfillan - 1855 - 480 pages
...Worship which they say can be best performed without going to church, and the fittest altars of which are " The mountains and the ocean, • Earth, air, stars— all that springs from the Glreat Whole, Who hath produced, and will receive, the soul ;" forgetting that this worship, being...
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A Third Gallery of Portraits

George Gilfillan - 1855 - 492 pages
...which they say can be best performed without going to church, and the fittest altars of which are " Tho mountains and the ocean, Earth, air, stars — all that springs from the Great %¥hole, Who hath produced, and will receive, the soul ;" forgetting that this worship, being that...
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