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" ... that which is called invisible. The universe, even, having existed, is again dissolved; and now again, on the approach of day, by divine necessity, it is reproduced. That which, upon the dissolution of all things else, is not destroyed, is superior... "
Indian Antiquities: Or, Dissertations, Relative to the Ancient Geographic ... - Page 255
by Thomas Maurice - 1806
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The Curse of Kehama, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1811
...necessity, it is reproduced. That which, upon the dissolution of all things else, is not destroyed, is superior and of another nature from that visibility...Abode ; which men having once obtained, they never more return to earth : that is my mansion. — KREESHNA, in the SHagavat-Oeeta. The guess, that Drama...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: Complete in One Volume

Robert Southey - 1829 - 763 pages
...destroyed, is | superior and of another nature from tbat visibility : it ' is invisible and eternal. lie who is thus called invisible and incorruptible is...Abode; which men having once obtained, they never more return to earth : that i« my mansion. — К иски, in the Etiagnval-Geela. The guess, tbat...
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Calcutta Magazine and Monthly Register, Volumes 33-36

1832
...dissolution of all things else, is not destroyed, is superior, and of another nature from that visible ; it is invisible and eternal ; he who is thus called...is even he, who is called the supreme abode, which having once obtained, they never more return to earth, that is my mansion." " At the end of the period...
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The poetical works of Robert Southey: collected by himself, Volume 8

Robert Southey - 1838
...necessity, it is reproduced. That which, upon the dissolution of all things else, is not destroyed, is superior and of another nature from that visibility:...Abode ; which men having once obtained, they never more return to earth : that is my mansion. — KREESHNA, in the Bhagavat Geeta. The guess, that Brama...
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Proceedings, Volume 29

1875
...necessity, it is reproduced. But what, upon the dissolution of all things else, is not destroyed is superior and of another nature from that visibility....supreme abode, which men having once obtained they never more return to earth." Schlegel's Latin rendering of the first passage is so fine that it may excuse...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 2

1845
...necessity, it is reproduced. That which, upon the dissolution of all things else, is not destroyed, is superior and of another nature from that visibility...it is invisible and eternal. He who is thus called invùible and incorruptible, is even he who is called the fipreme abode ; which men, having once obtained,...
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The Bhagavat-geeta, or Dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon., Sansc., Canarese ...

John Garrett (director of public instruction in Mysore) - 1846
...(XII. 3. VII. 21, 25,) "That which upon the dissolution of all things else, is not des" troyed, is superior and of another nature from that visibility;..."He who is thus called invisible and incorruptible (or undivided) "¡j even he, who is called the supreme abode, which men having " once" obtained, they...
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The Bhagavat-Geeta, Or, Dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon in Eighteen Lectures ...

John Garrett - Bhagavadgītā - 1849 - 233 pages
...оЗолсХЕю'Й ENGLISH. 20That which, upon the dissolution of all things else, is not destroyed, ¡i superior and of another nature from that visibility : it is invisible and eternal. 21 He who is thus called invisible and incorruptible, is even he who is called the Supreme Abode; which...
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Remarks on the science of history: followed by An a priori autobiography

William Batchelder Greene, Jakob Böhme, Antoine Fabre d'Olivet, Philippe-Joseph-Benjamin Buchez - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1849 - 164 pages
...day, it is lk reproduced. That which, on the dissolution " of all things else, is not destroyed, is superior, " and of another nature from that visibility ; it is '• invisible and eternal.*" • Let us lay down two classes of being, the seen and the unseen : the unseen, eternal in their relations...
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The Spirit of the Age, Volumes 1-2

Christian sociology - 1850
...necessity, it is reproduced. That which, upon the distoluiiuti of all things else, is not destroyed is superior and of Another nature from that visibility ; it is invisible and eternal. Be who is thus called invisible and incorruptible, is even he »ho is called the Supreme abode ; which...
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