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Handbook for Travellers in Northern Italy: Comprising Piedmont, Liguria ... - Page 526
by John Murray (Firm) - 1860 - 556 pages
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Conversations on Religion: With Lord Byron and Others, Held in Cephalonia, a ...

James Kennedy - Poets, English - 1830 - 461 pages
...of pines. The scene invited to religious meditation. It was a fine day in spring. " How," he said, " raising our eyes to heaven, or directing them to the...is within us, can we doubt that there is something within us more noble and more durable than the clay of which we are formed ? Those who do not hear,...
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Conversations on Religion: With Lord Byron and Others, Held in Cephalonia, a ...

James Kennedy - Poets, English - 1830 - 461 pages
...pines. The scene invited to religious meditation. ',', was a fine day in spring. f.( How," he said, "raising our eyes to heaven, or directing them to the earth, can we doubt of the existence of God P — or how, turning them to what is within us, can we doubt that there is something within us more...
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The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of entertainment ...

1830
...of pines. The scene invited to religious meditation. It was a tine day in. spring. 'How,'. he said, 'raising our eyes to Heaven, or directing them to the earth, can we douht of the existence of God ? — or how, turning them to what is within us, can we douht that there...
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Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life, Volume 15

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1833
...of pines. The scene invited to religious meditation. It was a fine day in spring. ' How,' he said, ' raising our eyes to heaven, or directing them to the...can we doubt that there is something more noble and more durable than the clay of which we are formed ?• "] (2) [" By her example warn'd, the rest beware...
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Handbook for Travellers in Central Italy: Including the Papal States, Rome ...

John Murray (Firm) - Italy - 1843 - 568 pages
...Gamba relates that the first time he had a conversation with Lord Byron on the subject of re. ligion, was while riding through this forest, in 1820. ''...durable than the clay of which we are formed ? ' "' The Pineta inspired also those beautiful lines in the third canto of Don Juan : — " Sweet hour of twilight...
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Don Juan, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1849
...of pines. The scene invited to religious meditation. It was a fine day in spring. l How,' he said, ' raising our eyes to heaven, or directing them to the...can we doubt that there is something more noble and more durable than the clay of which we are formed ? ' "— COUNT GAMBA.] s [" By her example warn'd,...
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An apology for 'Don Juan'; a satirical poem

John Wesley Thomas - 1850
...the deep, Into my ears this truth—" Thou liv'st for ever." — Heaven and Earth: a Mystery " How, raising our eyes to heaven, or directing them to the...more noble and durable than the clay of which we are made?" — Lord Byron to Count Gamba, Works, Ed. 1841, p. 639. Note oo, st. 101. Because, though I...
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Handbook for travellers in central Italy [by O. Blewitt].

Octavian Blewitt, John Murray (publishers.) - 1853
...says, " invited to religious meditation ; it was a fine day in spring. ' How,' said Byron, ' raismg our eyes to heaven, or directing them to the earth,...durable than the clay of which we are formed ? ' " The Pineta inspired also those beautiful lines in the 3rd canto of Don Juan : — " Sweet hour of twilight!—...
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A handbook for travellers in central Italy: Part I. Southern Tuscany ..., Part 1

Italy - 1857 - 288 pages
...been made familiar to the English reader by Dryden's adoption of them in his Theodore and Jfonoria. Count Gamba relates that the first time he had a conversation...durable than the clay of which we are formed ? ' " The Pineta inspired also those beautiful lines in the 3rd canto of Don Juan : — " Sweet hour of twilight!—...
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Handbook for travellers in northern Italy

History - 1866 - 596 pages
...subject of religion was while riding through this forest in 1820. " The scene," he says, " invited t° religious meditation ; it was a fine day in spring....durable than the clay of which we are formed ? ' " The Pineta inspired also those beautiful lines in the 3rd canto of Don Juan : — " Sweet hour of twilight...
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