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" It will not then be said, here stood a temple of vast antiquity, — here rose a Babel of invisible height, or there a palace of sumptuous extravagance ; but here, ah painful thought ! the noblest work of human wisdom, the grandest scene of human glory,... "
The Life of Thomas Paine: Author of Common Sense, Rights of Man, Age of ... - Sivu 147
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Nide 3

William Cobbett - 1803
...than crumbling brasi or marble can inspire. " It Till not then be said, here stood a temple of " vmft antiquity, here rose a Babel of invisible '• height, or there a palace of sumptuous eitra* vagince ; but, here 1 ah painful thought ! the " noblest work of human wisdom, the grandest...

Cobbett's Political Register, Nide 3

William Cobbett - 1803
..." not 'then be'said", !,-,-;• stood a temple of vast anti" duity, here rose a Babel of fnvisible height, or " there a' palace of sumptuous extravagance ; but, " here ! ah painful thou)jlit ! the noblest work of " human wisdom, the ci UK!. • . t scene of human glory, " the lair...

MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF THOMAS PAINE

W. T. Sherwin - 1819 - 232 sivua
...but when the empire of America shall fall, the subject for contemplative sorrow will be infinitely greater than crumbling brass or marble can inspire....painful thought ! the noblest work of human wisdom, the greatest scene of human glory, the fair cause of freedom, rose and fell ! Read this, and then ask if...

Dissertation on the first principles of government

Thomas Paine - 1819
...when the empire of America shall fall, " the subject for contemplative sorrow will be infinitely " greater than crumbling brass, or marble can inspire....will not then be said, Here stood a temple of vast anti" quity, here rose a Bahel of invisible height, or there a Pa" lace of sumptuous extravagance;...

The Republican, Nide 13

Richard Carlile - 1826
...But when the Empire of America shill fall, the subject for contemplative sorrow will be infinitely greater than crumbling brass or marble can inspire....there a palace of sumptuous extravagance. But here — oh! painful thought! here the noblest work of human understanding, the grandest scene of human...

The Life of Thomas Paine: Author of "Common Sense", "Rights of Man", "Age of ...

Gilbert Vale - 1841 - 192 sivua
...: but when the empire of America shall fall, the subject of contemplated sorrow will be infinitely greater than crumbling brass, or marble can inspire....antiquity, here rose a Babel of invisible height, OT there a palace of sumptuous magnificence ; but, here, ah, painful thought ! the noblest work of...

The History of the United States of North America: From the ..., Nide 4

James Grahame - 1845
...but when the empire of America shall fall, the subject for contemplative sorrow will be infinitely greater than crumbling brass or marble can inspire...there a palace of sumptuous extravagance ; but, Here, ah,J painful thought ! the noblest work of human wisdom, the greatest! scene of human glory, the fair...

The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Nide 40

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew - 1852
...But when the empire of AMERICA shall fall, the subject for contemplative sorrow will be infinitely greater than crumbling brass or marble can inspire....here — ah, painful thought! — the noblest work of humnn wisdom, the grandest scene of human glory, the fair cause of FREEDOM, rose nnd fell 1 ' The heart...

The Works of Thomas Paine: A Hero in the American Revolution. With ..., Nide 1

Thomas Paine - 1854
...the subjuet for eontemplative sorrow will bo infiaitely greater than erumbling brass or marble ean inspire. It will not then be said, Here stood a temple of vast antiquity, here rose a Влbe! of invisible height, or there a palaee of sumptueus magnifieenee ; hut here, ah ! painful theught...

The Theological Works

Thomas Paine - 1859 - 479 sivua
...but when the empire of America "shall fall, the subject for contemplative sorrow will be infinitely " greater than crumbling brass or marble can inspire. It will not " then be said, Here stood a temple.of vast antiquity, here rose a " Babel of invisible height, or there a palace of sumptuous extravagance...




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