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" First, Mercury, amidst full tides of light, Rolls next the sun, through his small circle bright ; Our earth would blaze beneath so fierce a ray, And all its marble mountains melt away. "
The universe; a philosophical poem. With additions and notes by A. Crocker - Página 23
por Henry Baker - 1808
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The Annual review and history of literature, A. Aiken ed, Volumen7

Arthur Aikin - 1809
...microscope, and bis history of tne polype. Its de« First Mercury, »midst fall rides of light, Rolk next the Sun, through his small circle bright. All...and pure : Bodies like our's such ardor can't endure : sign is fully set forth in the title- Our earth would blaze beneath so fierce _ page ; of its execution,...
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The Pleasures of Human Life, Examined and Enumerated: With an Entertaining ...

John Platts - 1822 - 764 páginas
...; Of all the planets the directing soul, That heightens and invigorates the whole. BROWN. MERCURY. First, Mercury, amidst full tides of light, Rolls...his small circle bright ; All that dwell there must oe refined and pure, Bodies like ours such ardour can't endure ; Our earth would blaze beneath so fierce...
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian, Volumen4

1840
...ASTRONOMICAL NOTICES, FOR MARCH, 1840. BY MR. WILLIAM ROGERSON, of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. " FIRST MERCURY, amidst full tides of light, Rolls next the Sun, through his small circle bright. Fair VENUS, next, fulfils her larger round, With softer beams and milder glory crown'd ; Friend to...
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London lions for country cousins and friends about town, being all the new ...

Horace Wellbeloved - 1826 - 112 páginas
...establishments. it in the first instance in one of our royal parks, and, in all probability, lay THE UNIVERSE. FIRST Mercury, amidst full tides of light, Rolls next the Sun, through bis small ciicle bright. All that dwell there, must be so refln'd and pure ; Bodies like our's such...
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Letters on Astronomy: Addressed to a Lady; in which the Elements of the ...

Denison Olmsted - 1841 - 419 páginas
...exhibition of the truth of the doctrine of universal gravitation. LETTER XX. PLANETS. MERCURY AND VENUS. " First, Mercury, amidst full tides of light, Rolls next the sun, through his small circle bright; Our earth would blaze beneath so fierce a ray, And all its marble mountains melt away. Fair Venus next...
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The Child at home

1842
...his home beyond the sky, In angelic purity. J. c. in III. MERCURY AND VENUS. " First, Mercury, amid full tides of light, Rolls next the sun, through his small circle bright ; All that dwell here must be refined and pure, Bodies, like ours, such ardour can't endure ; Our earth would blaze...
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The Child's own annual

1843
...To his home beyond the sky, In angelie purity. jc in III. MERCURY AND VENUS. " First, Mercury, amid full tides of light, Rolls next the sun, through his small circle bright ; All that dwell here must he refined and pure, Bodies, like ours, such ardour can't endure ; Our earth would blaze...
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Letters on Astronomy, in which the Elements of the Science are Familiarly ...

Denison Olmsted - 1855 - 427 páginas
...exhibition of the truth of the doctrine of universal gravitation LETTER XX. PLANETS. MERCURY AND VENUS. " First, Mercury, amidst full tides of light, Rolls next the sun, through his small circle bright ; Our earth would blaze beneath so fierce a ray, And all its marble mountains melt away. Fair Venus...
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Time's telescope; or, A Complete guide to the almanack [ed. by J. Millard].

John Millard (assistant librarian of the Surrey inst) - 1834
...limpid spring, and falling stream, Submits to radiant Herme's reigning beam. MERCURY. ROWE'S LUCAN. First Mercury amidst full tides of light, Rolls next...small circle bright. All that dwell there must be refined and pure ; Bodies like ours, such ardour can't endure ; Our earth would blaze beneath so fierce...
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LETTERS ON ASTRONOMY, IN WHICH THE ELEMENTS OF THE SCIENCE.

DENISON OLMSTED, LLD., - 1840
...exhibition of the truth of the doctrine of universal gravitation LETTER XX. PLANETS. MERCURY AND VENUS. " First, Mercury, amidst full tides of light, Rolls next the sun, through his small circle bright ; Our earth would blaze beneath so fierce a ray, And all its marble mountains melt away. Fair Venus...
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