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" All that this world is proud of. From their spheres The stars of human glory are cast down; Perish the roses and the flowers of kings, Princes, and emperors, and the crowns and palms Of all the mighty, withered and consumed! "
Mirabeau: Triumph - Page 275
by John Stores Smith - 1848
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The Excursion,: Being a Portion of The Recluse, a Poem

William Wordsworth - 1814 - 447 pages
...gift." " So fails, so languishes, grows dim, and dies," The grey-haired Wanderer pensively exclaimed, " All that this World is proud of. From their spheres...The stars of human glory are cast down ; Perish the roses and the flowers of Kings, Princes and Emperors, and the crowns and palms Of all the Mighty, withered...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 46

1839
...earthly grandeur, and the disappointment of all hopes which were not " anchored in heaven." " So fades, so languishes, grows dim, and dies All that this world is proud of. From their spberes The stars of human glory are cast down, Perish the roses and the flowers of V. in.',-, Princes...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 28

1830
...gloria mundi !" The salmon is in shivers, and the grousepie has vanished like a dream ! " So fades, 90 languishes, grows dim, and dies, All that this world is proud of !" Only a goose remains ! and would that he too were gone to return no more ; for he makes me an old...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

...contemplated years of quiet rest, on the 23rd of April, the anniversary of the day of his birth, he died ! " So fails, so languishes, grows dim, and dies,...The stars of human glory are cast down ; Perish the roses and the flowers of Kings, Princes, and Emperors, and the crowns and palms Of all the Mighty,...
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Time's Telescope

Almanacs, English - 1821
...a part of virtue.' His departure was so easy, that it was imperceptible even to the standers by *. So fails, so languishes, grows dim and dies, All that...The stars of human glory are cast down ; Perish the roses and the flowers of Kings, Princes and Emperors, and the crowns and palms Of all the mighty,...
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The Classical Journal, Volume 23

Classical philology - 1821
...the pages of Claudian, previous to their final disappearance as national characteristics. So fades, so languishes, grows dim, and dies, All that this world is proud of. In Claudian the Roman muse seemed to combine the attributes of several of her former favorites, for...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume 5

William Wordsworth - 1827
..." So fails, so languishes, grows dim, and dies," ' The grey-haired Wanderer pensively exclaimed, " All that this World is proud of. From their spheres...The stars of human glory are cast down ; Perish the roses and the flowers of Kings, Princes, and Emperors, and the crowns and palms Of all the Mighty,...
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Sermons, Volume 2

Cornelius Roosevelt Duffie - Sermons, American - 1829
...light of summer, and autumn quickly brings on the sway of relentless winter. So passes human life. " So fails, so languishes, grows dim, and dies, " All...The stars of human glory are cast down. " Perish the roses and the flowers of kings, " Princes, and emperors, and the crowns and palms " Of all the mighty,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 28

England - 1830
...gloria mundi !" The salmon is in shivers, and the grousepie has vanished like a dream ! " So fades, 90 languishes, grows dim, and dies, All that this world Is proud of!" Only a goose remains! and would that he too were gone to return no more ; for lie makes me an old man....
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Scenes and hymns of life, with other religious poems

Felicia Dorothea Hemans - 1834 - 247 pages
...night-flower's odour, up to God ? PRISONERS' EVENING SERVICE. A SCENE OP THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.'"" From their spheres The stars of human glory are cast down ; Perish the roses and the flowers of kings, Princes and emperors, and the crown and palms Of all the mighty, withered...
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