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" ... the Mount of Olives still retains a languishing verdure, and nourishes a few of those trees from which it derives its name ; but all round about Jerusalem the general aspect is blighted, and barren ; the grass is withered ; the bare rock looks through... "
Travels Along the Mediterranean and Parts Adjacent: In Company with the Earl ... - Seite 252
von Robert Richardson - 1822
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The British Critic: A New Review, Band 18

1822
...than shocked by the relentless and brutal hostility by which they were shattered ana ove'rf>r'»um, and utterly removed from our sight. A few gardens...away; and the graves of the ancient dead are open and tenautless. How is the gold become dim ; and every thing that was pleasant to the eye withdrawn. Jerusalem...
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Missionary Register

1823
...still in a sort of ruined cultivation: tbe-fences are broken down, and the olive-trees decaying, a« if the hand that dressed and fed them were withdrawn....land: the vineyards are wasted : the hedges are taken •way : and the graves of the ancient dead •re open and lenaniless. How is the gold become dim,...
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The Christian Journal, and Literary Register, Band 7

1823
...trees decaying, as if the hand that dressed and fed them were withdrawn; the Mount of Olives stift retains a languishing verdure, and nourishes a few...was brought from Egypt is cut off from the midst of tire land ; the vineyards are wasted ; the hedges are taken away ; and the graves of the ancient dead...
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The Methodist Magazine, Band 6

1823
...languishing verdure, and nourishes a few of those trees from which it derives its name : but all around about Jerusalem, the general aspect is blighted and...cut off from the midst of the land ; the vineyards afe wasted ; the hedges are taken away ; and the graves of the ancient dead are open and tenantless....
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Palestine: or, The Holy Land

1824 - 372 Seiten
...olive trees decaying, as if the hand that dressed and fed them were withdrawn ; the Mount of Olivea still retains a languishing verdure, and nourishes...graves of the ancient dead are open and tenantless." The Jerusalem that now is, is still a respectable, good-looking town, of an irregular shape, approaching...
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The Christian Herald and Seaman's Magazine, Band 9

1822
...languishing verdure, and nourishes a few of those trees from which it derives its name : but all around about Jerusalem, the general aspect is blighted and...the ear. The vine that was, brought from Egypt is cat Western Asia. — Jerusalem. 593 off from the midst of the land ; the vineyards are1 wasted ; the...
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The last days of our Lord's ministry, a course of lectures

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1832
...looks through the scanty sward ; and the grain itself, like the staring progeny of famine, seems to doubt whether to come to maturity, or die in the ear....graves of the ancient dead are open and tenantless." NOTE (9), page 112. " Why did he not take with him all his disciples ? Lest they should fall. Those...
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The Edinburgh Christian Instructor, Band 23

1823
...cultivation -, the Mount of Olives still retains a languishing verdure, and nourishes a few of those ttccs from which it derives its name ; but all round about...seems in doubt whether to come to maturity or die." P. 252. The present Jerusalem has six gates, and our author walked round the whole walls on the outside...
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An Apostolical Harmony of the Gospels: Founded Upon the Most Ancient Opinion ...

Lant Carpenter - 1838 - 304 Seiten
...is withered, the bare rock looks through the scanty sward, and the green itself, like the starving progeny of famine, seems in doubt whether to come to maturity or die in the ear." The contrast between Dr. Richardson's representations of the places he visited, and Mr. Carne's, in his...
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A harmony or synoptical arrangement of the Gospels, with dissertations

Lant Carpenter - 1838
...is withered, the bare rock looks through the scanty sward, and the green itself, like the starving progeny of famine, seems in doubt whether to come to maturity or die in the ear." The contrast between Dr. Richardson's representations of the places he visited, and Mr. Carne's, in his...
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