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The London Magazine, Volume 4

1821
...feeling of a vast march— of infinite cavalcades filing off — and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day • — a day of crisis and of final hope for human nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread...
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The United States Literary Gazette, Volume 1

Literature - 1825
...feeling of a vast march— of infinite cavalcades filing off— and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day — a day of crisis and of final hope for human nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread...
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The United States Literary Gazette, Volume 1

1825
...feeling of a vast march— of infinite cavalcades filing off— and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day — a day of crisis ana of final hope for human nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread...
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Asiatic Journal, Volume 14

Asia - 1822
...feeling of a vast march ; of infinite cavalcades filing oil", and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day, a day of crisis and of final hope for human nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread...
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Lectures on Poetry and General Literature: Delivered at the Royal ...

James Montgomery - English literature - 1833 - 394 pages
...feeling of a vast march — of infinite cavalcades filing off; and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day, — a day of...nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread extremity. Somewhere, I knew not where ; somehow, I knew not how ; by some...
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Lectures on general literature, poetry &c: delivered at the Royal ...

James Montgomery - Literature - 1838 - 324 pages
...the feeling of a vast march-^of infinite cavalcades filing off; and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day, —a day of crisis and final hope for hflman nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread extremity. Somewhere,...
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The Cambridge University Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 1

English literature - 1840
...states and changes of empires, and now stands, like a pyramid amidst the storm, the object of unbounded admiration. The young student thought not of the Chapel....nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread extremity. Then came sudden alarms, and hurry ings to and fro; trepidations...
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Lectures on General Literature, Poetry, &c: Delivered at the Royal ...

James Montgomery - Literature - 1840 - 324 pages
...feeling of a vast march — of infinite cavalcades filing off; and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day, — a day of...nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread extremity. Somewhere, I knew not where ; somehow, I knew not how ; by some...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

Theology - 1858
...the feeling of a vast march, of infinite cavalcades filing off, and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day, a day of crisis and of final hope for human nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and laboring in some dread...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - Opium abuse - 1847 - 49 pages
...feeling of a vast march — of infinite cavalcades filing off — and the tread of innumerable armies. The morning was come of a mighty day — a day of crisis and of final hope for human nature, then suffering some mysterious eclipse, and labouring in some dread...
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