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" Fountain of Mercy! whose pervading eye Can look within and read what passes : there, Accept my thoughts for thanks ! I have no words. My soul, o'erfraught with gratitude, rejects The aid of language — Lord! "
The Works of Hannah More - Page 24
by Hannah More - 1830
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A dictionary of quotations from the British poets, by the author ..., Volume 1

British poets - 1824
...withhold in mercy what-we ask, We should be ruin'd at our own request. Hannah Mare's Moses, pt. 1. Fountain of mercy ! whose pervading eye Can look within...rejects The aid of language— Lord ! behold my heart. Ibid. b. 3. Fond of the misery we paint so well, Proud of the sacrifice of broken hearts, We pour on...
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Sacred Dramas: The Search After Happiness : and Other Poems

Hannah More - 1827 - 268 pages
...she who bare him (I told the princess) would not love him more. 10UHEDED. Fountain of Mercy ! whoso pervading eye Can look within and read what passes...with gratitude, rejects The aid of language — Lord 1 behold my heart. MIRIAM. Yes, thnu shalt pour into his infant mind The purest precepts of the purest...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life

Hannah More - 1827
...bare him (I told the princess) would not love him more. Joch. Fountain of Mercy ! whose pervading eve Can look within and read what passes there, Accept my thoughts for thanks ! I have DO words. My soul o'erfraught with gratitude, rejects iThe aid of language — Lord ! behold my heart....
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life

Hannah More - 1830
...E'en with a mother's fondness; she who bare him [more. (I told the princess) would not love him Joch. Fountain of Mercy ! whose pervading eye Can look within and read what passes there. Accept my thoughts tor thanks ! 1 have no words. ' My soul o'erfraught with gratitude, rejects The aid of Language —...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1832
...E'en with a mother's fondness ; she who bare him (I told the princess) would not love him more. Joch. Fountain of Mercy ! whose pervading eye Can look within...have no words. My soul, o'erfraught with gratitude, reject« The oid of language — Lord ! behold my heart. Mir. Yes, thou shall pour into his infant...
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The works of Hannah More, with a memoir and notes, Volume 6

Hannah More - 1834
...E'en with a mother's fondness ; she who bare him (I told the Princess) would not love him more. Jock. Fountain of mercy ! whose pervading eye Can look within...mind The purest precepts of the purest faith. Joe h. O ! I will fill his tender soul with virtue, And warm his bosom with devotion's flame ! Aid me,...
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The Poetical Works of Hannah More

Hannah More - 1838 - 504 pages
...fondness ; she who hare him (l told the Princess) would not love him more. Joch. Fountain of mercy I whose pervading eye Can look within and read what passes there, Accept my thoughts for thanks ! l have no woni s. My soul, o'erfranght with gratitnde, rejects The aid of language — Lord ! hehold...
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The poetical works of Hannah More, with a memoir of the author

Hannah More - 1839
...fondness ; she who hare him (1 told the Princess) would not love him more. Joch. Fountain of mercy I whose pervading eye Can look within and read what...my thoughts for thanks! I have no words. My soul, o'erfranght with gratitude, rejects The aid of language—Lord! hehold my heart. Jock. O! I will fill...
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Miscellaneous Works: Tragedies. Miscellaneous poems. Hymns and ballads ...

Hannah More - 1840
...E'en with a mother's fondness; she who bare him (I told the princess) would not love him more. Joch. Fountain of mercy ! whose pervading eye Can look within...infant mind The purest precepts of the purest faith. Jock. 0 ! I will fill his tender soul with virtue, And warm his bosom with devotion's flame ! Aid me,...
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Works, Complete, Volume 6

Hannah More - 1843
...with a mother's fondness ; she who bare him (I told the princess), would not love him more. Joch., Fountain of mercy ! whose pervading eye Can look within...my thoughts for thanks ! I have no words. My soul, o'er-fraugbt with gratitude, rejects The aid of language — Lord ! behold my heart. Mir. Yes, thou...
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