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" Thee hath Nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter, nor the scorching heats of summer. Thy harvests reward thy labours with so vast an increase, as to supply thy tables... "
History, gazetteer, and directory of Northamptonshire; comprising a general ... - Page 25
by Whellan Francis and co - 1849
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Pioneers of civilisation

John Tillotson - 1891
...hath Nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter nor the scorching heats...bread and thy cellars with liquor. Thy woods have no strange beasts ; no serpents harbour there to hurt the traveller. Innumerable are thy herds of cattle,...
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The story of King Alfred

Sir Walter Besant - 1901 - 187 pages
...reward thy labours with so vast an increase as to supply thy tables with bread and thy altars with wine. Thy woods have no savage beasts ; no serpents harbour...feed thee plentifully and clothe thee richly. And thy days are long, and no night passes without some glimpse of light." The Danes or Scandinavians were,...
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The Story of King Alfred

Sir Walter Besant - 1905 - 187 pages
...hath nature deservedly enriched with the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. Thou neither feelest the excessive colds of winter nor the scorching heats...increase as to supply thy tables with bread and thy altars with wine. Thy woods have no savage beasts ; no serpents harbour there to hurt the traveller....
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The Story of King Alfred

Walter Besant - 1901 - 207 pages
...reward thy labours with so vast an increase as to supply thy tables with bread and thy altars with wine. Thy woods have no savage beasts ; no serpents harbour...traveller. Innumerable are thy herds of cattle and thy flocks of sheep, which feed thee plentifully and clothe thee richly. And thy days are long, and...
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