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" Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this cerulean canopy of light — The ETERNAL'S vast, immeasurable home, Lovely by day, and wonderful by night ! Than this enamelled floor, so greenly bright, A richer pavement man hath never trod ; He cannot... "
Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History - Page 3515
1852
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History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, Instituted ..., Volume 17

Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland) - Berwickshire (Scotland) - 1901
...in the beauty and the glory of all we see and feel in our pleasant wanderings over hill and dale. " Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this...greenly bright A richer pavement man hath never trod ; You cannot gaze upon a lovelier sight Than fleeting cloud, fresh wave, and fruitless sod, Leaves...
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Hours with the Muses

John Critchley Prince - 1841 - 223 pages
...Beauty brings Dim visions of that undiscovered land, Where the unshackled soul shall boundlessly expand. Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this...home, Lovely by day, and wonderful by night! Than this enameled floor, so greenly bright, A richer pavement man hath never trod; He cannot gaze upon a holier...
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Hours with the Muses

John Critchley Prince - Electronic books - 1842 - 258 pages
...— The ETERNAL'S vast, immeasurable home, Lovely by day, and wonderful by night ! Than this enameled floor, so greenly bright, A richer pavement man hath...Leaves of that boundless Book writ by the hand of God ! Here let me rest, within this quiet scene — This sylvan, shady, and secluded dell ; Where herb...
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The Southern Counties' Register and Directory:: Containing Much Useful and ...

Berwickshire (Scotland) - 1866 - 16 pages
...fallen, the year is closed, and we end our notes. Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than the cerulean canopy of light — The ETERNAL'S vast, immeasurable...home, Lovely by day, and wonderful by night ! Than the enamelled earth, so greenly bright. A richer pavement man hath never trod. He cannot gaze upon...
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Memorials of Bygone Manchester: With Glimpses of the Environs

Richard Wright Procter - Manchester (England) - 1880 - 396 pages
...and bee, from wind and wave it pours. My incense is the breath of herbs, leaves, fruits, and flowers. Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this...Leaves of that boundless Book writ by the hand of God ! I journey homeward; for the taper's light Gleams from the scattered dwellings of the poor, Down the...
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Nova Solyma, the Ideal City, Or Jerusalem Regained: An Anonymous Romance ...

John Milton - 1902
...he begged his bread from door to door. I give one stanza from this lover of Nature and its Creator: Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this...sod — Leaves of that boundless Book writ by the hands of God. W CHAPTER IV THE STRANGE ECSTASY OF JOSEPH HILE he was thus speaking, a great fear and...
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Nova Solyma, the Ideal City: Or, Jerusalem Regained; an Anonymous ..., Volume 1

John Milton, Samuel Gott - Romances - 1902
...he begged his bread from door to door. I give one stanza from this lover of Nature and its Creator: Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this...sod — Leaves of that boundless Book writ by the hands of God. (Hours with ike Afusei. 1847, p. 8.). w CHAPTER IV THE STRANGE ECSTASY OF JOSEPH HILE...
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The GREAT and Good: An Introduction to Rational Religion

Rationalism - 1904 - 351 pages
...Beauty brings Dim visions of that undiscovered land, Where the unshackled soul shall boundlessly expand Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this...pavement man hath never trod ; He cannot gaze upon a lovelier sight, Than fleeting cloud, fresh wave, and fruitful sod — Leaves of that boundless Book,...
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Poets, Poems, and Rhymes of East Cheshire: Being a History of the Poetry and ...

English poetry - 1908 - 180 pages
...bee, from wind and wave it powers ; My incense is the breath of herbs, leaves, fruits, and flowers. Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this...cannot gaze upon a holier sight Than fleeting cloud, fiesh wave, and fruitful sod — Leaves of that Boundless Book, writ by the hand of God! And the same...
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The Naturalist, Volumes 6-7

Natural history - 1881
...brighter clime and happier hunting-grounds), the words of a poet were brought to my recollection : — " Man cannot stand beneath a loftier dome Than this...Leaves of that boundless book writ by the hand of God !" My first journey to Scotland was in June, 1864, in company with my sons Benjamin and Charles. We...
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