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" AND is this all ? Can Reason do no more Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore ? Sweet moralist ! afloat on life's rough sea, The Christian has an art unknown to thee : He holds no parley with unmanly fears ; Where Duty bids he confidently steers,... "
The castle of Santa Fe, by [the] author of Jealousy; or, The dreadful ... - Page 46
by Cleeve - 1805
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POEMS, BY WILLIAM COWPER, ESQ

JOHN JOHNSON - 1854
...ODg AND is this all ? Can reason do no more, Than bid mo shun the deep, and dread the shore* Swoet moralist ? afloat on life's rough sea, The Christian has an art unknown to thco. He holds no parlej' with unmanly fears; Where duty bids, he confidently steers, P'aces a thousand...
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Poems, Volumes 1-3

William Cowper - 1855
...canvass in. A REFLECTION ON THE FOREGOING ODB, AND is this all ? Can reason do no more, Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore, Sweet moralist...Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And, trusting in his God, surmounts them mfl. THE LILY AND THE ROSE. l. THE Nymph must lose her female friend, If...
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The complete poetical works of William Cowper, with life and critical notice ...

William Cowper - 1855
...this all ! Can Reason do no more Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore ? Sweet moralist 1 afloat on life's rough sea, The Christian has an art...Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And, trusting in his (iod, surmounts them all. HORACE, BOOK II. ODE XVI. Otlum Diron rogat in patent!. EASE is the...
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Gleanings from Pious Authors: Comprising the Wheatsheaf, Fruits and Flowers ...

James Montgomery - 1855 - 466 pages
...another pursue a dangerous course, will risk the consequence of a faithful and well-timed remonstrance. He holds no parley with unmanly fears; Where duty...Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And trusting in his God, surmounts them all. Were we called upon to name the object under the sun which excites...
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The Poetical Works of William Cowper Esq. and Memoir of the Author

G. Standfast - 1856
...canvass in. A REFLECTION, ON THE FOREGOING ODE. And is this all ? Can Reason do no more, Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore ? Sweet moralist!...Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And, trusting in his God, surmounts them all. THE LILY AND THE ROSE. The nymph must lose her female friend, If more...
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THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM COWPER, ESQ.,

REV. H. STEBBING A.M. - 1856
...FOREGOING Or.E. AND is this all 1 Can Reason do no more Than hid me shun the deep, and dread the shorat Sweet moralist ! afloat on life's rough sea, The Christian...Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And, trusting in his God, surmounts them all. THE LILY AND THE ROSE. THE nymph must lose her female friend If more...
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Specimens of the Poets and Poetry of Greece and Rome

William Peter - 1856 - 3 pages
...this %-olume. AMI is this all ? Can Reason do no more Than bid me shun the deep and dread the shore 1 Sweet Moralist ! afloat on Life's rough sea, The Christian has an art unknown to the«. He holds no parley with unmanly fears ; Where I)uty bids, he confidently steers, Faces a thousand...
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A MEMOIR OF CAPTAIN W. T. BATE, R.N.

THE REV. JOHN BAILLIE - 1859
...of each of his Journals he has this motto : " And is this all ? Can reason do no more, Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore ? Sweet moralist...duty bids, he confidently steers, Faces a thousand clangers at her call, And, trusting in his God, surmounts them all." And the motto was engraven on...
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A memoir of Captn. W. T. Bate, R. N.

John Baillie - 1859 - 278 pages
...of each of his Journals he has this motto : " And is this all ? Can reason do no more, Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore ? Sweet moralist...Christian has an art unknown to thee : He holds no parle3' with unmanly fears ; Where duty bids, he confidently steers, Faces a thousand dangers at her...
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A Memoir of Captain W. Thornton Bate, R.N.

John Baillie, William Thornton Bate - 1859 - 255 pages
...each of his Journals he has this motto : — " And is this all ? Can reason do no more, Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore? Sweet moralist ! Afloat on life's rough sen, The Christian has an art unknown to thee : He holds no parley with unmanly fears ; Where duty...
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