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" Confined to these straight instruments of sense, More dull and narrowly doth operate; At this hole hears, — the sight must ray from thence, — Here tastes, there smells: but when she's gone from hence. Like naked lamp she is one shining sphere, And... "
The Curse of Kehama - PÓgina 160
per Robert Southey - 1811 - 215 pÓgines
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volum 5

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1822
...hence, Like naked lamp she is one shining sphear, And round about has perfect cognoscence What ere in her horizon doth appear : She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy ear." ART. IV. — Memoirs of Captain John Creichton, from his own Materials, drawn up and digested by Dean...
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The Retrospective Review, Volum 5

1822
...hence, Like naked lamp she is one shining sphear, And round about has perfect cognoscence What ere in her horizon doth appear : She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy ear." ART. IV. — Memoirs of Captain John Crtichton, from hi$ own Materials, drawn up and digested by Dean...
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The London Magazine, Volum 9

1824
...son. 1C. A thing of eyes, that all survey. Heb. Mel. He speaks of the soul, as likewise Henry More, Whate'er in her horizon doth appear, She is one orb of sense, all eye, aU airy ear. Song of the Soul. And Milton, All head, all eye, all ear, Ail intellect, all sense. And...
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The Christian Treasury, Volum 1

1846
...hence. Like naked lamp, she is one shining sphere, And round about hath perfect cognizance, Whatc'cr nted itself, MOB*. FKES1I EVIDENCES OF THE DIVINE TRUTH, &c. 1ST FKE3H EVIDE.N'CES OF THE DIVINETRUTH OF THE SCRIPTURES....
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The power of the soul over the body: considered in relation to health and morals

George Moore - 1848 - 270 pÓgines
...hence, Like naked lamp she is one shining sphere, And round about hath perfect cognizance, Whatever in her horizon doth appear, She is one orb of sense : all eye, all touch, all ear." MOOR, 1650. The practical inference from facts concerning the use of our senses is...
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Notes and Queries

William White - 1907
...University College, Aberystwyth. The lines quoted by EZTAKIT are not quite correct. They should run : — Whate'er in her Horizon doth appear, She is one Orb of Sense, all Eye, all aiery Ear. They are by Henry More, and appear in his ' Antidote against Atheism ' (4th ed., 1712),...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volum 2

Abraham Mills - 1851
...operate; At this hole hears, the sight must ray from thence, Here tastes, there smells: but when she 's gone from hence, Like naked lamp she is one shining...appear: She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy ear. From the ornaments of the established church whom we have just considered, we now pass to notice Baxter...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volum 2

Abraham Mills - 1851
...operate; At this hole hears, the sight must ray from thence, Here tastes, there smells: but when she 's gone from hence, Like naked lamp she is one shining...appear: She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy car. From the ornaments of the established church whom we have just considered, we now pass to notice...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volum 2

Abraham Mills - 1858
...gone from hence, Like naked lamp she is one shining sphere, And round about has perfect cognoscenco Whate'er in her horizon doth appear: She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy ear. From the ornaments of the established church whom we have just considered, we now pass to notice Baxter...
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The Poetical Works Of Robert Southey

Robert Southey - 1860
...beams as bright as summer's day! Even so the soul, in this contracted state, Confined to these straight instruments of sense, More dull and narrowly doth...was the author's friend, had evidently read them. Marriataly. — II. 8, p. 24. that empire longer than her heart was pure. One day, while she was collecting...
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