Lays from the Cimbric lyre, with various verses.
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Lays from the Cimbric lyre, with various verses. by Williams, Rowland Download PDF EPUB FB2
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The innocence of the first Christians was protected by ignorance and contempt; and the tribunal of the Pagan magistrate often proved their most assured refuge against the fury of the synagogue If, indeed, we were disposed to adopt the traditions of a too credulous antiquity, we might relate the distant peregrinations, the wonderful.
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This book. an attempt to demonstrate several distinct and. novel propositions. tlie. William Ernest Henley was born in England about In he became editor of the Scots Observer, and in the same year published his first volume of poems—“A Book of Verses.” He is a writer and a critic as well as a poet.
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Now let my gentler Muse relax the strings and tell by what virtues he governs the world, tempering fear with love, say what counsel moved him at last to assume those consular robes that cried out to him, and bestowed on our annals a year named after himself.
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The pages of thy book I read, And as I closed each one, My heart, responding, ever said, “Servant of God. well done!” Well done. Thy words are great and bold; At times they seem to me, Like Luther’s, in the days of old, Half-battles for the free.
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