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" That thou earnest forth in chariot hot as fire ? Thy force and power thou freely didst relate ; Vnto the tribes thy oath doth surely stand ; And by thy strength thou didst deuide the land, And from the earth the riuers seperate. The mountaines saw, and... "
The Harmony of the Church - Page 41
by Michael Drayton - 1843 - 71 pages
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle ..., Volume 7

Percy Society - English literature - 1842
...dwelleth in the midst of thee. A BONG OF THE FAITHPBLL. In the Third Chap, of the Prophesie of Habaeucke. LORD, at thy voice my heart for feare hath trembled...their foundations now goe all to wracke. Their townes thou strikest, by thy mightie power, With their own weapons made for their defence, Who like a whyrl-wind...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle ..., Volume 7

Percy Society - English literature - 1842
...the land, And of the nations doth defusion make; The mountains rent, the hilles for feare did quake: The Morians tentes, euen for their wickednes, I might...ouerthrowne, And their foundations now goe all to wrackc. Their townes thou strikest, by thy mightie power, With their own weapons made for their defence,...
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The Harmony of Birds: A Poem

English poetry - 1842 - 19 pages
...Or did the floods his maiesty displease ? Or was the Lord oflended with the seas, That thou eamest forth in chariot hot as fire ? Thy force and power...ouerthrowne, And their foundations now goe all to wraeke. Their townes thou strikest, by thy mightie power, With their own weapons made for their defence,...
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Select poetry: chiefly devotional of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, Volume 1

Edward Farr - English poetry - 1845
...crie, And then aloft their waues they did vpreare. The sun and moon amid their course stood still, The speares and arrowes forth with shining went; Thou...slay and kill. Thou wentest foorth for thine owne chosen's sake, For the sauegard of thine annointed one ; The house of wicked men is ouerthrowne, And...
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Select poetry, chiefly devotional, of the reign of Queen ..., Volume 36, Part 1

Edward Farr - English poetry - 1845 - 576 pages
...crie, And then aloft their waues they did vpreare. The sun and moon amid their course stood still, The speares and arrowes forth with shining went; Thou...slay and kill. Thou wentest foorth for thine owne chosen's sake, For the sauegard of thine annointed one ; The house of wicked men is ouerthrowne, And...
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The Complete Works of Michael Drayton: Polyolbion and The harmony of the church

Michael Drayton - 1876
...their waves they did uprear. IX. The sun and moon amid their course stood still ; Thy spears and arrows forth with shining went : Thou spoilest the land,...bent, And in displeasure Thou didst slay and kill. X. Thou wentest forth for Thine own chosen's sake, For the safeguard of Thine Anointed one : The house...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged by H. Morley

Cassell, ltd - 1876
...moon amid their course stood still, Thy spears and arrows forth with shining went : Thou spoil' st the land, being to anger bent, And in displeasure Thou didst slay and kill. Thou wentcst forth for Thine own chosen's sake, For the safeguard of Thine anointed one : The house of wicked...
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Chapters into Verse : Poetry in English Inspired by the Bible Volume 1 ...

Robert Atwan Professor of English Seton Hall University, Laurance Wieder Poet and Instructor Dowling College - Poetry - 1993 - 512 pages
...their waves they did uprear. The sun and moon amid their course stood still, Thy spears and arrows forth with shining went, Thou spoilest the land, being...displeasure thou didst slay and kill. Thou wentest forth for thine own chosen's sake, For the safeguard of thine annointed one; The house of wicked men...
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Poems of Faith

Robert Blaisdell, Bob Blaisdell - Poetry - 2003 - 100 pages
...their waves they did uprear. The sun and moon amid their course stood still; Thy spears and arrows forth with shining went: Thou spoilest the land, being to anger bent, And in displeasure tliou didst slay and kill. Thou wentest forth for thine own chosen 's sake. For the safeguard of thine...
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