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" No one so mercilesse as this of hers. The Adamantine Doors, for ever stand Impenetrable, both to prai'rs and Teares, The walls inexorable steele, no hand Of Time, or Teeth of hungry Ruine feares. "
Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems - Page 100
by Richard Crashaw - 1904 - 401 pages
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Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry, Volume 1

Henry Headley - English poetry - 1810 - 246 pages
...came, In answer to her formidable name. 'Mongst all the palaces in hell's command No one so merciless as this of hers; The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to pray'rs and tears; The walls inexorable steel, no hand Of Time or teeth of hungry Ruin fears. Their...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Lives of the Authors, Volume 5

Ezekiel Sanford - English poetry - 1819
...In answer to her formidable name, 'Mongst all the palaees in Hell's eommand, No one so mereiless us this of hers. The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to prayers and tears, The walls' inexorable steel, no hand Of time or teeth of hungry ruin fears. Their...
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The Retrospective Review.., Volume 1

Henry Southern - 1820 - 402 pages
...came, In answer to her formidable name. 'Mongst all the palaces in hell's command, No one so merciless as this of hers. The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to pray'rs and tears ; The wall's inexorable steel, no hand Of Time, or teeth of hungry Ruine, fears....
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The Retrospective Review, Volume 1

Books - 1820 - 398 pages
...came, In answer to her formidable name. 'Mongst all the palaces in hell's command, No one so merciless as this of hers. The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to pray'rs and tears; The walls inexorable steel, no hand Of Time, or teeth of hungry Ruine, fears. Their...
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Sacred Poetry of the Seventeenth Century: Including the Whole of ..., Volume 2

Richard Cattermole - Christian poetry, English - 1836 - 436 pages
...came, In answer to her formidable name. 'Mongst all the palaces in hell's command, No one so merciless as this of hers. The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to prayers and tears ; The walls' inexorable steel, no hand Of time or teeth of hungry ruin fears : Their...
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Sacred Poetry of the Seventeenth Century: Including the Whole of ..., Volume 2

Giles Fletcher - English poetry - 1836 - 399 pages
...came, In answer to her formidable name. 'Mongst all the palaces in hell's command, No one so merciless as this of hers. The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to prayers and tears ; The walls' inexorable steel, no hand Of time or teeth of hungry ruin fears : Their...
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Characters of Shakespeare's Plays

William Hazlitt - 1845 - 229 pages
...come, In answer to her formidable name. 'Mongst all the palaces in hell's command, No one so merciless as this of hers, The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to prayers and tears. * See Satan's reception on his return to Pandemonium, in book x. of ' Paradise Lost.'...
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Lectures on the Dramatic Literature of the Age of Elizabeth

William Hazlitt - English drama - 1845 - 232 pages
...came, In answer to her formidable name. 'Mongst all the palaces in hell's command, No one so merciless as this of hers, The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to prayers and tears. * See Satan's reception on his return to Pandemonium, in book x. of' Paradue Lost.'...
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The Miscellaneous Works, Volume 1

William Hazlitt - English literature - 1854 - 1224 pages
...answer to her formidable name. 'Moiigst ill tlit j.fii.m -s in hell's command, No one so merciless as this of hers, The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to prayers nnd tears. * See Satan's reception on his return to Pandemonium, in bookx, nf ' Farmdis* Lost.1...
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The Complete Works of Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw - 1858 - 384 pages
...In answer to her formidable name. ^1 'Mongst all the palaces in hell's command, No one so merciless as this of hers. The adamantine doors for ever stand Impenetrable, both to pray'rs and tears ; The wall's inexorable steel no hand Of Time or teeth of hungry Euin fears. Their...
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