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" Loke, say that she there possesses large apartments, strongly built, and fenced with gates of iron. Her hall is Grief; her table, Famine; Hunger, her knife; Delay, her servant; Faintness. her porch; Sickness and Pain, her bed; and her tent, Cursing and... "
Northern antiquities: or, A description of the manners, customs, religion ... - Page 86
by Paul Henri Mallet, Johan Göransson, Thomas Percy - 1770
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Northern Antiquities: Or, A Description of the Manners, Customs, Religion ...

Paul Henri Mallet - Scandinavia - 1770
...diflributes thofe who are fent her; that is> all who die through ficknef^ or old age (B). Here (he poflefles vaft apartments, ftrongly built, and fenced with large...her bed ; and her tent *, CURSING and HOWLING. The pne half of her body is blue; the other .half covered with ildn, and of the colour % Or perhaps, her...
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Horć Mosaicć: Or, A Dissertation on the Credibility and Theology of the ...

George Stanley Faber - Bible - 1818
...with grates of 'iron. Her hall is Grief; her table, Famine; Hunger, her knife ; Delay, her servant ; Faintness, her porch ; Sickness and Pain, her bed ; and her tent, Cursing and Howling.1 . ' Edcla Fab. xvi. Here we seem to have the assumption of the serpentine form and the dreadful...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volume 8

...grates of iron. Her hall is grief; her table, famine ; hunger, her knife; delay, her servant; 227 230 faintness, her porch ; sickness and pain, her bed ; and her tent, cursing and bowling." Few descriptions equal this horrible sublimity. IV. 1. The Redeemer.— In the Gothic mythology,...
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The Classical Journal, Volume 32

Classical philology - 1825
...with grates of iron. Her hall is grief; her table, famine; hunger, her knife; delay, her servant ; faintness, her porch ; sickness and pain, her bed ; and her tent, cursing and howling-''4 Few descriptions equal this horrible sublimity. IV. 1. The Redeemer. — In the Gothic...
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Theological Institutes: Or, A View of the Evidences, Doctrines, Morals, and ...

Richard Watson - Apologetics - 1831 - 454 pages
...grates of iron. Her hall is Grief; her table, Famine; Hunger, her knife; Delay, her servant ; Fainlness, q Holding. THE FLOOD OF NOAH. — Josephus, in his first book against Apion, states, that Berosus, the...
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The Posthumous Works of Anne Radcliffe, Volume 4

Ann Ward Radcliffe - 1833
...the great serpent of Midgard, and the third is Hela, or Death." Of this Hela, the same fable says—" Her hall is GRIEF ; FAMINE is her table; HUNGER, her...her porch ; SICKNESS and PAIN, her bed; and her tent (or perhaps, her curtains) CURSING and HOWLING- The one half of her body is blue; the other half covered...
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The Poetical Works of Anne Radcliffe, Volume 2

Ann Ward Radcliffe - 1834
...idgard, ,and the third is Hela, or Death." Of this Hela, the same fable says—" Her hall is GKIEF ; FAMINE is her table; HUNGER, her knife ; DELAY, her valet; SLACKNESS, her maid; PRECIPICE, her gate ; PAINTNESS, her porch ; SICKNESS and PAIN, her bed; and her tent (or perhaps, her curtains) CURSING...
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The Religion of Ancient Britain, Historically Considered:.

George Smith - Druids and druidism - 1846 - 488 pages
...given of her residence is at once poetic and terrible : " Here she possesses vast apartments, strongly built, and fenced with large grates. Her hall is Grief...Faintness, her porch ; Sickness and Pain, her bed ; and her curtains, "Cursing and Howling. The one half of her body is blue, the other half covered with skin,...
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Theological Institutes, Or, A View of the Evidences, Doctrines ..., Volume 1

Richard Watson - Apologetics - 1852
...grates of iron. Her hall is grief ; her table famine ; hunger, her knife; delay, her servant ; faintm , her porch ; sickness and pain, her bed ; and her tent, cursing and howling." THE Fi.i'ori or NOAH. — Josephus, in his first book against Apion, states that Berosiu the Chaldean historian...
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The Wesleyan Sunday-school magazine [afterw.] The Wesleyan methodist Sunday ...

1871
...residence is spoken of in the following terrible language: "Here she possesses vast apartments, strongly built, and fenced with large grates. Her hall is Grief;...valet ; Slackness, her maid; Precipice, her gate; Paintness, her porch ; Sickness and Pain, her bed; and her curtains Cursing and Howling." Such was...
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