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" Rejoice thro' all their pomp of shade ; The lordly Cedars nod on sacred Lebanon : Tyrant ! they cry, since thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the skies, nor fear the woodman's stroke. "
Odes by Mr. Mason - Page 23
by William Mason - 1756 - 31 pages
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Poems. By William Mason, M.A.: Containing, Odes, Elegies ..., Issue 450

William Mason - 1764 - 252 pages
...ft Strophe*, ver. 4, 5, 6. All Nature lifts the choral fong. The Fir-trees on the mountain's h?ad, Rejoice thro' all their pomp of fhade ; The lordly...thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the flues, nor fear the woodman's ftroke. 1-3Hell, from bergulph profound, Roufes at thine approach ; and,...
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Poems

William Mason - 1774 - 3 pages
...He falls; and Earth again is free. Hark! at the call of Liberty, All Nature lifts the choral fong. The Fir-trees, on the mountain's head, Rejoice thro'...thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the Ikies, nor fear the woodman's ftrokc. I. 3Hell, from her gulph profound, Roufes at thine approach ;...
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Poems, Volume 1

William Mason - 1796
...He falls ; and Earth again is free. Hark! at the call of Liberty, All Nature lifts the choral fong. The Fir-trees, on- the mountain's head, Rejoice thro'...all their pomp of fhade; The lordly Cedars nod on fecred Lebanon : Tyrant ! they cry, fmce thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the flues,...
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Poems

William Mason - English poetry - 1803 - 235 pages
...5, 6. Jst Antistrophe, the whole Earth is at rest, Sec, ver. 7, 8, All Nature lifts the choral song. The Fir-trees, on the mountain's head, Rejoice thro' all their pomp of shade -. The lordly Cedars nod on sacred Lebanon : Tyrant ! they cry, since thy fell force is broke,...
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The Works of William Mason, Volume 1

William Mason - 1811
...through all their pomp of shade ; The lordly cedars nod on sacred Lebanon : Tyrant ! they cry, since thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the skies, nor fear the woodman's stroke. I. 3. Hell, from her gulf profound, Rouses at thine approach ; and, all around, Her dreadful...
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The Works of William Mason, M.A. Precentor of York, and Rector of Aston ...

William Mason - Gardens - 1811
...through all their pomp of shade ; The lordly cedars nod on sacred Lebanon : Tyrant ! they cry, since thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the skies, nor fear the woodman's stroke. I. 3. Hell, from her gulf profound, Rouses at thine approach ; and, all around, Her dreadful...
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Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews

Robert Lowth - Hebrew language - 1815 - 516 pages
...through all their pomp of shade ; " The lordly Cedars nod on sacred Lebanon : " Tyrant ! they cry, since thy fell force is broke, " Our proud heads pierce the skies, nor fear the woodman's stroke. Hell, from her gulf profound, " Rouses at thine approach ; and, all around, " Her dreadful...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - Classical poetry - 1822
...through all their pomp of shade; The lordly cedars nod on 'sacred Lebanon : Tyrant ! they cry, since thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the skies, nor fear the woodman's stroke. 1.3. Hell, from her gulf profound, Houses at thine approach ; and, all around, Her dreadful...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent British ..., Volume 1

New elegant extracts - 1827
...through all their pomp of shade; The lordly cedars nod on sacred Lebanon : Tyrant! they cry, since thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the skies, nor fear the woodman's stroke. * Thin Ode is a free paraphrase of part of the 14th chapter of Isaiah, where the Prophet, after...
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The Principles of English Composition: Illustrated by Examples with Critical ...

David Booth - English language - 1831 - 351 pages
...Rejoice thro' all their pomp of shade; The lorldy Cedars nod on sacred Lebanon : Tyrant! they cry, since thy fell force is broke, Our proud heads pierce the skies, nor fear the woodman's stroke. EpoDE.f , Hell, from her gulph profound, Rouses at thine approach ; and, all around, Her dreadful...
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