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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors - Page 155
1819
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 5

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...to seek her ; believe me this, He 's not of none, nor worst, that seeks the best. T adore, or scorn an image, or protest, May all be bad. Doubt wisely,...stray; To sleep or run wrong, is. On a huge hill, Cragged and steep, Truth stands, and he, that wil Reach her, about must and about it go; And what the...
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Allgemeine encyclopädie der wissenschaften und künste in alphabetischer ...

Johann Samuel Ersch - Encyclopedias and dictionaries, German - 1836
...He's not of none, nor worst, that seeks the be*t. T'adore or scorn an image, or protest May all.be bad. Doubt wisely. In strange way To stand inquiring right, is not to stray; To sleep or run wroni; is. On a huge hill Cragged and steep, Truth stands; and he that will Reach her, about must,...
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The King's Own

Frederick Marryat - English fiction - 1866 - 427 pages
...complement of one hundred and twenty five-men. CHAPTER XII. Many with trust, with doubt few are undone. Doubt wisely : in strange way To stand inquiring right, is not to stray ; LORD BBOOK. To run wrong, is. DOSMJ. WHEN the hatches, were taken off on hoard of the prirj the prisoners,...
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The king's own

Frederick Marryat - 1873
...hundred and twenty-five men. CHAPTER XXXII. Many with trust, with doubt few are undone. LORD BROOK. Doubt wisely: in strange way To stand inquiring right, is not to stray; To run wrong, is. DONNE. WHEN the hatches were taken off on board of the privateer, the prisoners, as...
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Three Centuries of English Poetry: Being Selections from Chaucer to Herrick

English poetry - 1876 - 391 pages
...seek her. Believe me this ; He is not of none, nor worst, which seeks the best : To adore, or scorn, an Image, or protest, May all be bad : doubt wisely. In strange way To sleep, or run wrong, is. On a huge Hill, To stand, enquiring right, is not to stray ; Rugged and steep,...
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Three centuries of English poetry: selections from Chaucer to Herrick, with ...

Rosaline Orme Masson - 1876
...seek her. Believe me this ; He is not of none, nor worst, which seeks the best To adore, or scorn, an Image, or protest, May all be bad : doubt wisely. In strange way To sleep, or run wrong, is. On a huge Hill, To stand, enquiring right, is not to stray ; Rugged and steep,...
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Three Centuries of English Poetry: Being Selections from Chaucer to Herrick

English poetry - 1877 - 391 pages
...seek her. Believe me this ; He is not of none, nor worst, which seeks the best To adore, or scorn, an Image, or protest, May all be bad : doubt wisely. In strange way To stand, enquiring right, is not to stray ; To sleep, or run wrong, is. On a huge Hill, Rugged and steep, Truth...
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The Poetical Works of Skelton and Donne: With a Memoir of Each ..

John Skelton, Izaak Walton, John Donne - 1879
...to seek her ; believe me this, He's not of none, nor worst, that seeks the best : To adore, or scorn an image, or protest, /May all be bad. Doubt wisely,...stray; To sleep or run wrong, is. On a huge hill, dragged and steep, Truth stands ; and he, that will Reach her, about must and about it go, And what...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 186; Volume 189

1890
...oftenquoted stanza of “ In Memoriam” by the words of Donne : — Doubt wisely; in strange ways To stand inquiring right is not to stray; To sleep, or run wrong, Is. But Donne would have the doubter attain, if possible, before old age comes, which he names the twilight...
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The Pilgrim of the Infinite: A Discourse Addressed to Advanced Religious ...

William Davies - Christian life - 1894 - 155 pages
...incredulity; for it is the sinews of the soul.” “Doubt wisely,” says Dr. Donne In strange ways To stand inquiring right is not to stray; To sleep or run wrong is. Then we have the Apostolic injunction to “prove all things.” No doubt is sinful but that of renouncing...
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