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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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The British Millennial Harbinger

1859
...independent mind. Such a man, in the words of Cowper, " Holds no parley with unmanly fears, Where duty points @ Ԍ xb ` . J ̈́ L\m e ;b y Qf y p TQ | N ң !y hd r in his^God, surmounts them all." This quietness is, then, not the quiet of death, but of life ; not...
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The Poems of William Cowper ...

William Cowper - 1860 - 491 pages
...thy canvass in. REFLECTION ON THE FOREGOING ODE. AND this is 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 lias an art unknown to thee. He holds no parley with unmanly fears; Where duty bids, he confidently...
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Literary Class Book; Or, Readings in English Literature: To which is ...

Robert Sullivan - 1861 - 504 pages
...if thou'lt mouthj I'll rant as well as thou. 94. And is this all? Can reason do no more Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore ? Sweet moralist!...art unknown to thee; He holds no parley with unmanly feara, Where duty bids he confidently steers ; Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And trusting in...
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Compendium of Classical Literature

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1861 - 622 pages
...and beantiful reflectioas on the above (Wo:— And is thls all ? Can reason do no more Than bid mo shun the deep and dread the shore ? Sweet moralist...has an art unknown to thee ; He holds no parley with numanly fears, Where duty bids he confidently iiteers; Fares a thousand dangers at her rail, And, trusting...
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Man and His Motives

George Moore - 1862
...your defense and your weapon. Go on, from conquering to conquer. The Christian, thus armed, "Can hold no parley with unmanly fears— Where duty bids, he...Faces a thousand dangers, at her call, And, trusting in his God, surmounts them all." The triumph will be glorious, if only you are sure that you are battling...
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The Poetical Works of William Cowper

William Cowper - 1864 - 378 pages
...FOREGOING ODE. AND is this all 1 Can reason do no more Than bid me shun the deep and dread the shore 1 till his feet throb And his head thumps, to feed upon the bruath Of patriots in his God, surmounts them all. TRANSLATIONS FROM VINCENT BOURNE. I. THE GLOW-WORM. BENEATH the hedge...
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The Christian ambassador, ed. by C.C. McKechnie, Volumes 3-4

Colin Campbell M'Kechnie - 1865
...that which was right in the sight of the Lord. The words of our great bard might be applied to him : " He holds no parley with unmanly fears, Where duty...Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And trusting in his God surmounts them all."' There was a wholeness about his character. We know that the words...
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The British Millennial Harbinger, Volume 18

1865
...nailed to the masthead, and never will he, like the pirate, run up false colors to escape attack. " He holds no parley with unmanly fears ; Where duty...Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And, trusting in his God, surmounts them all." The close of his career cheers us when we observe how he had managed...
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Voices of the sea in words of holy Scripture, and of standard English ...

John James - 1866
...than a propitious gale, Take half thy canvass in." And is this all ? Can reason do no more Than bid me shun the deep, and dread the shore ? Sweet moralist...rough sea The Christian has an art unknown to thee : It holds no parley with unmanly fears ; Where duty bids he confidently steers, Faces a thousand dangers...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1866
...Christian duty, by that spiritstirring description of the true Christian's conduct given by Cowper : — " He holds no parley with unmanly fears ; Where Duty...Faces a thousand dangers at her call, And, trusting in his God, surmounts them all ! " The conclusion we arrive at then is, that Poetry, rightly viewed,...
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