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" The wond'rous change which is ordain'd for thee. Thou too shalt leave thy reptile form behind, And mount the skies, a pure etherial mind, There range among the stars, all bright and un[confin'd. "
The universe; a philosophical poem. With additions and notes by A. Crocker - Página 47
por Henry Baker - 1808
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The Universe: A Philosophical Poem. Intended to Restrain the Pride of Man ...

Henry Baker - 1760 - 48 páginas
...thy Fellow-Creature let's Thee fee, j The wond'rousChangewhich is ordain'd forThee. ! Thou too {halt leave thy reptile Form behind, And mount the Skies,...and unconfin'd. From him alone the SPIDER learns to fpread Her pendant Snare, and twift the {lender Thread. Careful, me travels, 'till fome Place {he finds...
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The Hive: Or, A Collection of Thoughts on Civil, Moral, Sentimental and ...

1803 - 216 páginas
...God Sc thine-O man '.--and he*\ In this thy fellow creature lets thee see 1 The wond'rous change that is ordain'd for [ thee. ! Thou too shalt leave thy...range among the stars, all bright and unconfin'd. Those appeals which atheists themselves iiuikc to reason, proclaim the soul of man to be the ruling...
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Flowers of poetry, for young persons: a companion to miss Taylor's ..., Volumen1

Flowers - 1835
...brilliant dyes ? 'Twas God—its God and thine, O man, and He, In this thy fellow-creature, lets thee see The wondrous change which is ordain'd for thee: Thou...thy reptile form behind, And mount the skies, a pure ethereal mind. There range among the heavens, all bright and unconfined. XLV. SONG. HAIL, artless Simplicity...
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The naturalist's poetical companion, with notes, selected by E. Wilson

Naturalist pseud, Edward WILSON (M.A., F.L.S.) - 1852
...thine, O man, and HE In this thy fellow-creature lets thee see The wondrous change which is ordained for thee : Thou too shalt leave thy reptile form behind, And mount the skies, a pure ethereal mind, There range among the skies, all bright and unconfin'd. TO A SPRIG OF MIGNONETTE. THE...
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