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" With sparkling flames the trees unburning shine, And round their boles prodigious serpents twine. The pious worshippers approach not near, But shun their gods, and kneel with distant fear : The priest himself, when, or the day or night Rolling have reached... "
The British Critic - Sivu 56
tekijä(t) ROBERT FINCH, M.A. - 1813
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Lucan's Pharsalia, Nide 1

Lucan - 1722
...kneel with diftant Fear: The Prieft himfelf, when, or the Day, or Night, tf if 'Rowling have reach'd their full Meridian Height, Refrains the gloomy Paths with wary Feet, Dreading the Daman of the Grove to meet; Who, terrible to Sight, at that fix'd Hour, Still treads the Round about...

An Essay Upon the Civil Wars of France,: Extracted from Curious Manuscripts ...

Voltaire - 1728 - 130 sivua
...and kneel with diftant Fear .- . The Prieji himfilf, when, or the Day, or Kight, Rowling have nach'd their full meridian Height,> Refrains the gloomy Paths...wary Feet, Dreading the Damon of the Grove to meet j Who, terrible to Sight, at that fx'd Hour, Still treads the Ground about his dreary Bow'r. This Wood...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Nide 27

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...and kneel with diftant fear: The prieft himfelf, when, or the day, or night, 615 Rolling have reach'd their full meridian height, Refrains the gloomy paths with wary feet, Dreading the Dxmon of the grove to meet; Who, terrible to fight, at that fix'd hour, Still treads the round about...

The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Nide 42

1813
...genius of the grove. Mr. Ко we thus happily underftands, and trauflates the paffagc. — " The Pried himfelf, when or the day or night Rolling have reached...full meridian height, Refrains the gloomy paths with vvary feet, Dreading the Dxmon of the Grove to meet." . Rowe's Lucan. Book iii. i. 625, &c« Indeed...

Memoirs of the Celts Or Gauls

Joseph Ritson - 1827 - 369 sivua
...and kneel with distant fear : The priest himself, when, or the day, or night, Rolling, have reach'd their full meridian height, Refrains the gloomy paths with wary feet, Dreading the demon of the grove to meet ; Who, terrible to sight, at that fix'd hour, Still treads the round about...

The history of Devonshire

Thomas Moore (writer on Devon.) - 1829
...and kneel with distant fear: The priest himself, when or the day, or night, Rolling have reached the full meridian height, Refrains the gloomy paths with wary feet, Dreading the demon of the grove to meet; Who, terrible to sight, at that fixed hour, Still treads the round about...

The Scotish Gaël: or, Celtic manners, as preserved among the ..., Nide 2

James Logan - 1831
...and kneel with distant fear : The priest himself, when or the day, or night, Rolling, have reach'd their full meridian height, Refrains the gloomy paths with wary feet, Dreading the daemon of the grove to meet ; Who, terrible to sight, at that fixed hour Still treads the round about...

The Scotish Gaël, Or, Celtic Manners: As Preserved Among the Highlanders ...

James Logan - 1833 - 528 sivua
...worshippers approach not near, But shun their gods, and kneel with distant fear: The priest himself, when or the day, or night, Rolling, have reached their...Refrains the gloomy paths with wary feet, Dreading the daemon of the grove to meet; Who, terrible to sight, at that fixed hour Still treads the round about...

Stonehenge; or, The Romans in Britain, by Malachi Mouldy

Henry Godwin - 1842
...worshippers approach not near, But shun their gods, and kneel with distant fear: The priest himself, when, or the day or night Rolling have reached their...Refrains the gloomy paths with wary feet, Dreading the demon of the grove to meet; Who, terrible to sight, at that fixed hour, Still treads the round about...

The Scotish Gaël; Or, Celtic Manners: As Preserved Among the Highlanders ...

James Logan - 1843 - 520 sivua
...worshippers approach not near, But shun their gods, and kneel with distant fear : The priest himself, when or the day, or night, Rolling, have reached their...Refrains the gloomy paths with wary feet, Dreading the dsemon of the grove to meet ; Who, terrible to sight, at that fixed hour Still treads the round about...




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