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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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A selection of Psalms for social worship [ed. by N. Cappe].

Newcome Cappe - 1786
...«« beware." 7 If 7 If friendlefs.in the vale of tears I ftray, Perplex'd and wounded in that thorny way ; Still let my fteady foul thy goodnefs fee, And with ftrong confidence lay hold on thee. 8 In every creature I would own thy power ; In each event thy providence adore : Thy promifes fhall...
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A Selection of Psalms for Social Worship

Bible - 1786 - 294 pages
..." beware." 7 If friendlefs in the vale of tears I ftray, Perplex'd and wounded in that thorny way 5 Still let my fteady foul thy goodnefs fee, And with ftrong confidence lay hold on thee. 8 In every creature I would own thy power ', In each event thy providence adore : Thy promifes fhall...
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Miscellanies, Moral and Instructive, in Prose and Verse

American literature - 1787 - 198 pages
...lives. IF friendlefs, in a vale of tears I ftray, Where briers wound, and thorns perplex my way, Lord, let my fteady foul thy goodnefs fee, And with ftrong...fceptre or the rod, While God is feen in all, and all in God, WE muft never undervalue any perfon. The workman loves not that his work mould be defpifed in...
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The English Parnassus: Being a New Selection of Didactic, Descriptive ...

English poetry - 1789 - 352 pages
...tears I ftray, Where briars wound, and thorns perplex my way ; Still let my fteady foul thy goodneCs fee, And with ftrong confidence lay hold on thee,...fceptre or the rod, While God is feen in all, and all in God. MRS. BARBAXJL». SECT. XIV. ON BENIVOLENCE. I. BEHOLD where breathing love divine Our dying mafler...
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Elegant Extracts; Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry ..., Volume 1

Vicesimus Knox - English poetry - 1791
...tears I ftray, Where briars wound, and thorns perplex my way, Still let my fteady foul thy goodneis fee, And with ftrong confidence lay hold on thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Rcfign'4 to die, or refolute to live ; Prepar'd to kifs the (centre or the rod, While God is feen in...
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Poems

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1792 - 266 pages
...flow'ry meads, When all is fmiling, tranquil, and ferene, And vernal beauty paints the flattering fcene, Oh ! teach me to elude each latent fnare, And whifper...hold on thee ; With equal eye my various lot receive, Refigned to die, or refolute to live ; Prepared to Jcifs the fceptre or the rod, While GOD is feen...
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Tracts, Volumes 3-4

Unitarian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the Practice of Virtue, Joseph Priestley, Richard Price, Joshua Toulmin, Jonas Hanway, Theophilus Lindsey, George Rogers, Nathaniel Lardner, John Smith, Harry Toulmin, David Hartley, Hopton Haynes, Thomas Belsham - Tracts - 1800
...doubtful, with a trembling heart rejoice. Jf, friendlcfs, in a vale of tears I ftray, AVhere briers wound, and thorns perplex my way, Still let my fteady foul thy goodnefs fee, And with llrong confidence lay hold on thee; L With •With equal joy my various lot receive, : RefignUto die,...
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Elegant extracts

Elegant extracts - 1805 - 1016 pages
...tears I Itray, [way, Where briers wound, and thorns perplex my Still let my Heady foul thy goodneU fee, And with ftrong confidence, lay hold on thee; With equal 'eye my various lot receive, Rcfign'd to die, or refolute to live; Prepjr'd to fcifs the fcepfre or the rod, While God is fcen in...
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The hive of ancient & modern literature: a collection of essays, narratives ...

Solomon Hodgson, Thomas Bewick, Luke Clennell - English literature - 1806 - 340 pages
...flow'ry meads, When all is fmiling, tranquil, and ferene, And vernal beauty paints the flattering fcene, Oh ! teach me to elude each latent fnare, And whifper...or the rod, While GOD is feen in all,, and all in GOD. I read his awful name, emblazon'd high With golden letters on the illumin'd Iky ; Nor lefs the...
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The hive of ancient and modern literature, a collection of essays ...

Hive - 1806
...trembling heart, rejoice. If friendlefs, in a vale of tears I ftray, Where briars wound, and thprns perplex my way, Still let my fteady 'foul thy goodnefs...lot receive, Refign'd to die, or refolute to live ; Prepaid to kifs the fceptre or the rod, While GOD is feen in all, and all in GOD. I read his awful...
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