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" But wandering oft, with brute unconscious gaze, Man marks not Thee, marks not the mighty hand, That, ever busy, wheels the silent spheres ; Works in the secret deep ; shoots, steaming, thence The fair profusion that o'erspreads the Spring... "
The Seasons: By James Thomson; with His Life, an Index, and Glossary ... - Page 208
by James Thomson - 1793 - 225 pages
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The English reader, or, Pieces in prose and poetry

Lindley Murray - 1826
...such kind art. Such beauty and beneficenre combin'd ; Shade, unperceiv'd, so soft'ning into shade, And all so forming an harmonious whole, That as they still succeed, they ravish still., 5. But wand'nng oft, with brute unconscious gaze, Maa marks not thee, marks not the mighty hand, That...
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Le stagioni

James Thomson - 1826 - 412 pages
...impercettiAnd ali so forming an harmonions wliole; Tliat, as they stili succeed, they ravish stili. Bui wandering oft with brute unconscious gaze, Man marks not THEE , marks not thè miglity hand , That, ever-busy, wheels thè silent spheres ; Works in thè secret deep; shoots,steaming,...
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The casket of poesy [ed. by J. Cole].

John Cole - 1827
...such kind art, Such beauty and beneficence combin'd ; Shade, unperceiv'd, so soft'ning into shade. And all so forming an harmonious whole, That as they still succeed, they ravish still. But wand'ring oft, with brute unconscious gaze, Man marks not Thee, marks not the mighty hand, That, ever...
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The poetical ladder; or A selection of poetry ... to suit the capacities of ...

Poetical ladder - 1827
...such kind art, Such beauty and beneficence combin'd ; Shade, unperceiv'd, so softening into shade ; And all so forming an harmonious whole, That, as they still succeed, they ravish still. But wondering oft, with brute unconscious gaze, Man marks not thee, marks not the mighty hand, That, ever-busy,...
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The English Reader, Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry: From the Best Writers ...

Lindley Murray - 1827 - 263 pages
...such kind art, Such beauty and beneficence conabin'd ; Shade, unperceiv'd, so soft'ning into shade, And all so forming an harmonious whole, That as they still succeed, they ravish still. 5 But wand'ring oft, with brute unconscious gaze, Man marks not Thee, marks not the mighty hand, That,...
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The English Reader, Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry: From the Best Writers ...

Lindley Murray - 1827 - 263 pages
...such kind art, Such beauty and beneficence combin'd ; Shade, unperceiv'd, so soft'ning into shade, And all so forming an harmonious whole, ' . That as they still succeed, they ravish still. 5. But wand'ring oft, with brute unconscious gaze, Man marks not Thee, marks not the mighty hand, That,...
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Exercises in reading and recitation

Jonathan Barber - 1828 - 251 pages
...such kind art, Such beauty and beneficence combin'drShade, unperceiv'd, so softening into shade And all so forming an harmonious whole That, as...Man marks not thee, marks not the mighty hand, That ever busy, wheels the silent spheres Works in the secret deep shoots, teeming thence The fair...
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The American Farmer Vol. X

John S. Skinner - 1828
...its po sessor; neither is its possession always accotupanie "r-hade, unperceiv'd, so softening shade; And all so forming an harmonious whole, That as they still succeed, they ravish still." But I repeat, I wish you had been with us; how much more you would have been gratified, than with this...
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A scriptural and allegorical glossary to Milton's Paradise lost

Christian Cann - 1828
...such kind aft, Such beauty and beneficence combin'd , Shade, unperceived, so softening into shade ; And all, so forming an harmonious whole : That as they still succeed, they ravish still. 686* From cold Estotiland, Estotiland ; so called by the fishermen of Friezland, and afterwards by...
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Spirit of the English Magazines

1828
...such kind art, Such beauty and beneficence combined ; Shade unperceived, so softening into shade ; And all so forming an harmonious whole, That, as they still succeed, they ravish still. THOMSOS. To the mind possessed of a refined taste, and which delights in the exercise of its reflective...
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