The death of Cain; after the manner and as a sequal to the death of Abel. By a lady [or rather, by W.H. Hall].


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Seite 14 - But know that the LORD hath set apart him that is godly for himself: the LORD will hear when I call unto him.
Seite 130 - Ere long, when sovereign wisdom wills, My soul an unknown path shall tread, And strangely leave, who strangely fills This frame, and waft me to the dead...
Seite 130 - O what is life ! and this dull round To tread, why was a spirit bound? So many airy draughts and lines, And warm excursions of the mind, Have fill'd my soul with great designs, While practice grovell'd far behind : O what is thought!
Seite 108 - In vain through beauty, fortune, wit, The fugitive we trace ! It dwells not in the faithlefs fmile That brightens Clodio's face. VIII. Howe'er our varying notions rove, All yet agree, in one, To place its being in fome ftate, At diftance from cur ow».
Seite 107 - Now every passion sinks to rest, The throbbing heart lies still ; And varying schemes of life no more Distract the lab'ring will.
Seite 108 - Come ; while the peaceful scene invites, Let's search this ample round, Where shall the lovely fleeting form Of happiness be found ? Does it amidst the frolic mirth Of gay assemblies dwell...
Seite 39 - Thy light of reason, justice and religion, which shines in my soul; for Thou desirest truth in the inward parts, and integrity in the outward expressions. Lord, hear the voice of Thy Son's and my Saviour's blood, which speaks better things. O make me and my people to hear the voice of joy and gladness, that the bones which Thou hast broken may rejoice in Thy salvation, III.
Seite 83 - Thirza, the mourning widow of Abel, ' eafcd her brealt by iheJding a torrent of pearly drops, which ran from her lovely eyes as diamonds fparkle before the radiant fun ; for each fucceffive tear...
Seite 108 - Howe'er our varying notions rove, Yet all agree in one, To place its being in some state, At distance from our own.

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