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" Our pathway leads but to a precipice; And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 'tis known; but — No delay! On, 'tis decreed. We tremble and obey. A thousand ills beset us as we go. — " Still, could I shun the fatal gulf "—Ah,... "
Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, Etc - Page 89
edited by - 1819
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Brallaghan: Or The Deipnosophists

Edward Vaughan Kenealy - 1845 - 356 pages
...eaux courantes, des fleurs qui passent. On voudrait arreter : Marche ! Marche ! ROGERS. Human Life. Our pathway leads but to a precipice, And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 'tis known — but no delay. On — 'tis decreed. We tremble and (jbey. A...
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Poems

Samuel Rogers - 1851 - 328 pages
...wrought, That, like the visions of a love-sick brain, Who would not sleep and dream them o'er again ? Our pathway leads but to a precipice; And all must follow, fearful as it is! From the first step 'tis known; but—No delay! On, 'tis decreed. We tremble and obey. A thousand...
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The Poems of Samuel Rogers: With a Memoir

Samuel Rogers - 1851 - 354 pages
...wrought, That, like the visions of a love-sick brain, Who would not sleep and dream them o'er again ? Our pathway leads but to a precipice ; And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 't is known ; but — No delay ! On, 't is decreed. We tremble and obey. A...
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The Poetical Works of Samuel Rogers

Samuel Rogers - 1852 - 522 pages
...coloring wrought, That, like visions of a love-sick brain, Who would not sleep and dream them o'er again ? Our pathway leads but to a precipice ; And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 'tis known; but — No delay! On, 'tis decreed. We tremble and obey. A thousand...
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Jane Seaton, Or, The King's Adventure: A Scottish Historical Romance

James Grant - 1853 - 426 pages
...shall be the darkest in the calendar for thee and for thine !" CHAPTER VI. THE ILLUMINATED SPIRE. " Our pathway leads but to a precipice ; And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 'tis known ; but — no delay ! On, 'tis decreed. We tremble and obey." ROGERS,...
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Jane Seton; or, The king's advocate, Volume 1; Volume 496

James Grant - 1853 - 392 pages
...shall be the darkest in the calendar for thee and for thine !" CHAPTER VI. THE ILLUMINATED SPIRE. " Our pathway leads but to a precipice ; And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 'tis known ; but — no delay ! On, 'tis decreed. We tremble and obey." ROGERS,...
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The Poetical Works of Samuel Rogers

Samuel Rogers - 1854 - 516 pages
...coloring wrought, That, like visions of a love-sick brain, Who would not sleep and dream them o'er again ? Our pathway leads but to a precipice ; And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 'tis known; but — No delay! On, 'tis decreed. We tremble and obey. A thousand...
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Rose Aylmer's Home: In Three Volumes, Volume 1

Rose Aylmer (fict. name.) - 1865 - 356 pages
.... .291 XVIII. THE ALAHM is GIVEN . . .308 CHAPTER I. MADAME EUCRINAZ AND ROSE PEEB INTO THE FUTURE. Our pathway leads but to a precipice, And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 'tis known ; but — No delay ! On — 'tis decreed. We tremble and obey,...
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Dark sayings on a harp; and other sermons

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1865 - 454 pages
...first. I am thankful that the " light is given ; " I am thankful that " the way is hid." I know — " Our pathway leads but to a precipice, And all must follow, fearful as it is ; From the first step 'tis known, but no delay, — On ! 'tis decreed, we tremble and obey. A thousand...
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The Poetical Works of Samuel Rogers

Samuel Rogers - 1891 - 888 pages
...colouring wroi That, like the visions of a love-sick brain, Who would not sleep and dream them o'er ag Our pathway leads but to a precipice ; And all must follow, fearful as it is ! From the first step 'tis known; but — No deb On, 'tis decreed. We tremble and obey. A thousand...
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