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" Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of Death might see the sign, and pass over. Motionless, senseless, dying, he lay, and his spirit exhausted Seemed to be sinking down through infinite depths in the darkness, Darkness of slumber... "
Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Página 105
1848
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The American Whig Review, Volumen7

1848
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of Death might see the sign and pass over." This is a temperance in passion, not acquired or begotten, but innate and "from the purpose." One would...
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Poems, Volumen2

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1850
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of Death might see the sign,...spirit exhausted Seemed to be sinking down through in6nite depths in the darkness, Darkness of slumber and death, for ever sinking and sinking. Then through...
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Brownson's Quarterly Review, Volumen4

Orestes Augustus Brownson - 1850
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of Death might see the sign and pass over." We could laugh at all these conceits, if they did not contain glimmerings of a fine fancy run mad,...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volumen5,Parte1

1855
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of death might see the sign,...dying he lay, and his spirit exhausted Seemed to be slaking down through Infinite depths in the darkness, Darkness of clumber and death, for ever sinking...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volumen31

1852
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the angel of death might see the sign...dying, he lay, and his spirit exhausted Seemed to he sinking down through infinite depths in the darkness — • Darkness of slumber and death — for...
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The North British review

1852
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled the portals, That the angel of death might see the sign, and pass over." This, if it can be called an illustration at all, is an illustration " by contraries," seing that,...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volumen99

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1853
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of Death might see the sign, and pass over.§§ This penchant for Scripture similitudes would have made the poet dear, two centuries ago, to the lovers...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volumen99

1853
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of Death might see the sign, and pass over.§§ This penchant for Scripture similitudes would have made the poet dear, two centuries ago, to the lovers...
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The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. With prefatory notice

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1855 - 640 páginas
...lips still burned the flush of the fever, As if life, like the Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of death might see the sign...Heard he that cry of pain, and through the hush that sueceeded Whispered a gentle voice, in aecents tender and saintlike, " Gabriel ! O my beloved !" and...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volumen5

1855
...lips still borned the flush of the fever, A* if life, like Uie Hebrew, with blood had besprinkled its portals, That the Angel of death might see the sign,...senseless, dying he lay, and his spirit exhausted to be sinking down through infinite depths in the darknesa, ss of slumber and death, for ever shaking...
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