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" With caution let me hear the syren's voice, And, doubtful, with a trembling heart rejoice. If friendless, in a vale of tears I stray, Where briers wound, and thorns perplex my way... "
Poems - Page 126
by Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1777 - 138 pages
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Morning and evening meditations: for every day in a month

Mary Carpenter - 1847 - 295 pages
...briers wound, and thorns perplex my way, Still let my steady soul Thy goodness see, And with strong confidence lay hold on Thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Kesigned to die, or resolute to live ; Prepared to kiss the sceptre or the rod, While God is seen in...
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The sacred poets of England and America: for three centuries

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - American poetry - 1849 - 552 pages
...briers wound and thorns perplex my way — Still let my steady soul thy goodness see, And with strong confidence lay hold on Thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Resigned to die, or resolute to live ; Prepared to kiss the sceptre or the rod, While God is seen in...
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Selections from the British Poets: Chronologically Arranged from ..., Volume 1

English poetry - 1851
...Where briers wound, and thorns perplex my wayStill let my steady soul thy goodness see, And with strong confidence lay hold on thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Resigned to die, or resolute to live; Prepared to kiss the sceptre or the rod, While God is seen in...
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An Excursion Among the Poets

Religious poetry, English - 1853 - 360 pages
...briars wound, and thorns perplex my way, Still let my steady soul Thy goodness see, And with strong confidence lay hold on Thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Resigned to die, or resolute to live ; Prepared to kiss the sceptre or the rod, While God is seen in...
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The testimony of the poets

Epes Sargent - Religious poetry, English - 1854 - 360 pages
...briars wound, and thorns perplex my way, Still let my steady soul Thy goodness see, And with strong confidence lay hold on Thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Resigned to die, or resolute to live ; Prepared to kiss the sceptre or the rod, While God is seen in...
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A cyclopædia of sacred poetical quotations, ed. by H.G. Adams

Cyclopaedia - 1854
...briars wound, and thorns perplex my way — Still let my steady soul Thy goodness see, And with strong confidence lay hold on Thee; With equal eye my various lot receive, Resigned to die, or resolute to live: Prepared to kiss the sceptre or the rod, Whde God is seen in...
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Dies consecrati: or, A new Christian year with the old poets [compiled by H ...

Christian year - 1855
...briars wound, and thorns perplex my way, Still let my steady soul Thy goodness see, And with strong confidence lay hold on Thee. With equal eye my various lot receive, Resigned to die, or resolute to live; Prepared to kiss the sceptre or the rod, While God is seen in...
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Songs of the soul, from the writings of British, Continental and ...

Songs - 1856
...briers wound, and thorns perplex my way, Still let my steady soul thy goodness see, And with strong confidence lay hold on thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Eesign'd to die, or resolute to live ; Prepar'd to kiss the sceptre or the rod, While God is seen in...
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The Poets of the Nineteenth Century

Robert Aris Willmott - American poetry - 1857 - 397 pages
...briers wound, and thorns perplex my way, Still let my steady soul thy goodness see, And, with strong confidence, lay hold on Thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Resign'd to die, or resolute to live ; Prepar'd to kiss the sceptre or the rod, While God is seen in...
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The National Fourth Reader: Containing a Course of Instruction in Elocution ...

Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson - Readers (Elementary) - 1859 - 408 pages
...briers wound, and thorns perplex my way,— Still let my steady soul thy goodness see, And wife strung confidence lay hold on thee; With equal eye, my various lot receive, Resign'd to die, or resolute to live; Prepared to kiss the scepter or the rod, While God is seen in...
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