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" Who coverest thyself with light as with a garment; who stretchest out the heavens like a curtain; 3 who layeth the beams of his chambers in the waters; who maketh the clouds his chariot; who walketh upon the wings of the wind; 4 who maketh his angels... "
The Dynamical Theory of the Formation of the Earth - Page 136
by Archibald Tucker Ritchie - 1850
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The Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of the Creation: In Two Parts. Viz ...

John Ray - Creation - 1714 - 389 pages
...the firft Creation, he faith, Thou covered ft it with the Deep as*K>ith a Garment^ the Waters flood above the Mountains. At thy Rebuke they fled, at the Voice of thy Thunder they hafted away (the Mountains afcend, the VaUeys defeend) unto the place thou haft prepared for them....
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The method of teaching and studying the belles lettres, or, An introduction ...

Charles Rollin - 1742
...fingle expreflion, is a dreadful menace, and a thunder according to the prophet. * The waters Jlood above the mountains. At thy rebuke they fled: at the voice of thy thunder they hajled away. Inftead of running off gently, they fled with fear ; they hailed to precipitate themfelves,...
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The philosophical and theological works of ...

John Hutchinson - 1749
...jball never fail for ever. Thou cover edjt it with the Abyfs as with a Garment -, the Waters flood above the Mountains : At thy Rebuke they fled; at the Voice of thy Thunder they haftened away ; the Mountains rife up, the tallies fink down, unto the Tlace which thou didft found...
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The Dignity of Human Nature: Or, A Brief Account of the Certain ..., Volume 2

James Burgh - Conduct of life - 1767
...not be moved for ever. Thou coveredft it t with the deep, as with a garment : the waters " flood above the mountains. At thy rebuke "they fled ; at the voice of thy thunder they " hafted away. They go up by the mountains ; *' they go down by the vallies unto the place " thou haft...
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The Dignity of Human Nature: Or, a Brief Account of the Certain and ...

James Burgh - 1767
...mould " not be moved for ever. Thou coveredft ic " with the deep, as with a garment: the waters " ftood above the mountains. At thy rebuke " they fled; at the voice of thy thunder they " hafted away. They go up by the mountains v *' they go down by the vallies unto the place " thou haft...
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Poems on several subjects: In two volumes, Volume 1

John Ogilvie - 1769 - 172 pages
...nobly animated, in order to difplay the Omnipotence of God : *' The waters (fays the " Pfalrnift) ftood above the mountains ; at thy rebuke " they fled, at the voice of thy thunder they hafted " away." FROM this fimpk and impartial view of the Lyric Poetry of the Ancients, confidered...
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Supplement to the Edition of Shakespeare's Plays Published in 1778, Volume 2

William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, George Steevens - 1780
...t'aj!, rebuke tbcfc f urge i^\ The expreflion is borrowed from the facred writings : " The waters flood above the mountains ; at thy rebuke they fled ; at the voice of thy thunder they haded away." It fliould be remembered, that Pericles is here fuppofcd to fpeak from the deck of...
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The Sublime and Beautiful of Scripture: Being Essays on Select Passages of ...

Mr. Pratt (Samuel Jackson) - Bible - 1782 - 240 pages
...upon the wings of the wind1. " Thou coveredft it with the deep as with ** a garment : the waters flood above the " mountains at thy rebuke they fled; at " the voice of thy thunder they hafted ct away." What inexpreffible fublimity in every one of thefe thoughts, and with how much...
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The Plays of William Shakspeare: In Fifteen Volumes. With the ..., Volume 13

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1793
...<vaft, rebuke thrfe furges,] The expreffion is borrowed from the facred writings : " The itiaters flood above the mountains ; at thy rebuke they fled ; at the voice of thy thunder they hafted away." It mould be remembered, that Pericles is here fuppofed to fpeak from the deck of his...
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Devotional offices for public worship: Collected from various services, in ...

Church of England - Religion - 1794 - 276 pages
...mould not be removed for ever: Thou didft cover it with the deep as with a garment; the waters ftood above the mountains; at thy rebuke they fled ; at the voice of thy thunder they hafted away. People. Thou haft Jet a bound that they may not pafs over, that they turn not again to...
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