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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
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A Course in Citizenship and Patriotism

Ella Lyman Cabot, Fannie Fern Andrews, Fanny E. Coe, Mabel Hill, Mary McSkimmon - 1918 - 386 oldal
...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. All nations have problems of common...

Peace and Patriotism: Selections from Poetry and Prose

1919 - 318 oldal
...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 Labor have outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. The world-compelling plan was thine,...

Bulletin, 20. kiadás

1913
...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. 0 silent father of our Kings to be Mourn...

Bulletin, 11-25. kiadás

1913
...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. 0 silent father of our Kings to be Mourn'd...

The poems of Alfred Tennyson, 1830-1863

Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - 1907 - 601 oldal
...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...outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. O silent Father of our Kings to be, Mourn'd in this golden hour of Jubilee, For this, for all we weep...

The Poetry of Business Life: An Anthology

Ralph Windle - 1994 - 182 oldal
...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...outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet. O ye, the wise who think, the wise who reign, From growing commerce loose her latest chain, And let...
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Performing National Identity: Anglo-Italian Cultural Transactions

Manfred Pfister, Ralf Hertel - 2008 - 328 oldal
...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...outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet [...] And, lo! The long laborious miles Of Palace; lo! The giant aisles, Rich in model and design;...
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Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury - 1880
...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...outpour'd Their myriad horns of plenty at our feet." — Tennjrson. Situation of Brompton — Its Nurseries and Flower-gardens — Cromwell or Hate House...

Journal, 10. kötet

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - 1862
...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 outpour'd Thfir myriad horns of plenty at our feet. 0, silent father of our Kings to be, Moum'd in this golden...

Statistics of Land-grant Colleges and Universities, 1. kötet,1-15. kiadás

United States. Office of Education - 1913
...and sweet, In this wide hall wilh 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...




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