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" And somewhat of the choir, those silent seats, And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk: And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath my tabernacle take my rest, With those nine columns round me, two and two,... "
The bronze founders of Nuremberg: Peter Vischer and his family - Page 86
by Cecil Headlam - 1906 - 143 pages
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Hood's magazine and comic miscellany

Thomas Hood - 1845
...those silent seats, And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk: And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath...and two, The odd one at my feet where Anselm stands: Peachblossom-marble all, the rare, the ripe As fresh-pour'd red wine of a mighty pulse — Old Gandolf...
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Modern painters, Volume 4

John Ruskin - 1856
...those silent seats ; And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk. And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath...feet, where Anselm* stands ; Peach-blossom marble all. Swift as a weaver's shuttle fleet our years : Man goeth to the grave, and where is he ? Did I say basalt...
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Penny readings in prose and verse, selected and ed. by J.E. Carpenter

Penny readings - 1867
...those silent seats, And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk : And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath...round me, two and two, The odd one at my feet, where Auselm stands : Peach-blossom marble, the rare, the ripe As fresh-poured red wine of a mighty pulse...
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Modern Painters, Volume 4

John Ruskin - Aesthetics - 1873
...those silent seats ; And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk. And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath...feet, where Anselm* stands ; Peach-blossom marble all. Swift as a weaver's shuttle fleet our years : Man goeth to the grave, and where is he ? Did I say basalt...
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Modern Painters ...

John Ruskin - Aesthetics - 1879
...those silent seats ; And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk. And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath...round me, two and two, The odd one at my feet, where Auselmf stands ; Peach-blossom marble all. Swift as a weaver's shuttle fleet our years : * The last...
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Living English poets: MDCCCLXXXII.

Walter Crane - English poetry - 1883 - 339 pages
...those silent seats, And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam 's sure to lurk .. And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath...round me, two and two, The odd one at my feet where Ansclm stands : Peach-blossom marble all, the rare, the ripe As fresh-poured red wine of a mighty pulse....
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The works of John Ruskin, Volume 4

John Ruskin - 1885
...those silent seats ; And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk. And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath...round me, two and two, The odd one at my feet, where Anselmf stands ; Peach-blossom marble all. Swift as a weaver's shuttle fleet our years : * The last...
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Dramatis Personae, Dramatic Romances and Lyrics, Strafford, Etc

Robert Browning - Literary Criticism - 1886 - 612 pages
...those silent seats, And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk: \ And I shall fill my slab of basalt there. And 'neath...stands : Peach-blossom marble all, the rare, the ripe J As fresh-poured red wine of a mighty pulse —Old Gandolf with his paltry onion-stone, Put me where...
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An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning's Poetry

Robert Browning, Hiram Corson - 1886 - 338 pages
...those silent seats, And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk ; And I shall fill my slab of basalt, there, And 'neath...stands : Peach-blossom marble all, the rare, the ripe The Palace of Art, Mr. Tennyson has shown the despair and isolation of a soul surrounded by all luxuries...
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Works, Volume 4

John Ruskin - 1887
...those silent seats ; And up into the aery dome where live The angels, and a sunbeam's sure to lurk. And I shall fill my slab of basalt there, And 'neath...round me, two and two. The odd one at my feet, where Anselmf stands ; Peach-blossom marble all. Swift as a weaver's shuttle fleet our years : •The last...
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