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" UPLIFT a thousand voices full and sweet, In this wide hall with earth's invention stored, And praise the invisible universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where Science, Art, and Labour have outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty... "
The Musical World - 442. oldal
1862
Teljes nézet - Információ erről a könyvről

Enoch Arden, &c

1864
...and sweet, In this wide hall with earth's inventions stored, And praise th' invisible universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where Science, Art, and Labor have outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. 0 silent father of our KiiTgs to be...

Stones Crying Out and Rock-witness to the Narratives of the Bible Concerning ...

1865 - 473 oldal
...voices fall In this wide hall with earth's inventions stored ; And praise the invisible universal Lord ! Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where science, art, and labour have outpoured Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. I'Hl.MJB iLBKBT. This strain repeated itself, and...

Annals of British legislation: being a classified and analysed summary of ...

Leone Levi - 1865
...and sweet, In this wide hall with earth's invention stored, And praise th' invisible universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where science, art, and Inbour have outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. O, silent father of our kings to be,...

Stones Crying Out and Rock-witness to the Narratives of the Bible Concerning ...

1865 - 473 oldal
...sweet, In tin- '.ml.' hall with earth's inventions stored; And praise the invisible universal Lord ! Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where science, art, nnd labour liave outpoured Their myriad horns of plenty at our feat. This strain repeated itself, and...

The life and times of viscount Palmerston, 2. kötet

James Ewing Ritchie - 1866
...and sweet. In this wide hall with earth's inventions stored, And praise th' invisible universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where Science, Art, and Labour have out-poured Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. " O, silent father of our Kings to be, Mourn'd...

Poems, 2. kötet

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1868 - 879 oldal
...and sweet, In this wide hall with earth's invention stored, And praise th' invisible universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where Science, Art, and Labor have outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. O silent father of our Kings to be Mourn'd...

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, 7. kötet

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society - 1868
...and sweet, In this wide hall with earth's invention stored, And praise th' invisible, universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where Science, Art and Labor have outpour'd Oh, silent father of our Kings to be, Mourn'd in this golden hour of jubilee,...

The Poetical Works

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1870 - 246 oldal
...and sweet, In this wide hall with earth's invention stored, And praise th' invisible universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet. Where Science, Art, and Labor have outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. O silent father of our Kings to be Mfcurn'd...

Companion Poets: Illustrated. Longfellow's Household Poems. Tennyson's Songs ...

1871
...and sweet, In this wide hall with earth's inventions stored, And praise th' invisible universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where Science, Art, and Labor have outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. O silent father of our Kings to be Mourn'd...

The Works of Alfred Tennyson ...: The princess and other poems

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1872
...full and In this wide hall with earth's invention stored, And praise the invisible universal Lord, Who lets once more in peace the nations meet, Where...outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. II. O silent father of our Kings to be Mourn'd in this golden hour of jubilee, sweet, The world-compelling...




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