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" To seek protection in far distant skies ; But none they found. It seemed the general air, From pole to pole, from Atlas to the East, Was then at enmity with English blood... "
The Study of Medicine - Página 102
de John Mason Good - 1825
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The Monthly anthology, and Boston review, Volumen 4

1807
...pursued. Jihe. i, with ho]X!s more specious, cross'd the main, To seek protection in far distant skies i But none they found. It seemed, the general air, From pole to pole, from Atlas to theEast, Was then at enmity with English bli.od. For, but the race of England, all were safe In foreign...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper ..., Volumen 16

Samuel Johnson - 1810 - 782 páginas
...tlf main, 532 vk protection in far distant skies ; ut none they found. It seem'd the general air, i pole to pole, from Atlas to the east, Was then at...blood. For, but the race of England, all were safe In fun-ism climes; nor did this fury taste The foreign blood which England then contain'd. Where should...
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Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh: For a Period of 1373 Years ...

James Stuart - 1819 - 651 páginas
...cross'd the main, To seek protection in far distant skies, But none they found. It seemed the gen'ral sir From pole to pole, from Atlas to the East, Was then at enmity with English blood ; For, but tbe race of England, all were safe In foreign climes ; nor did this fury taste Tbe foreign blood which...
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Select Poets of Great Britain: To which are Prefixed, Criticial Notices of ...

William Hazlitt - 1825 - 562 páginas
...speeious, erbss'd the main To seek proteetion in far distant skies ; But none they found. It seem'd ur afflieted powers. Consult how we may heneeforth...offend Our enemy, our own loss how repair, How overeome raee of England, all were safe In foreign elimes; nor did this fury taste The foreign blood whieh England...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Volúmenes 3-4

Robert Chambers - 1830
...fates pursued. Others, with hopes inore specious, crossed the main, To seek protection in far-distant design. And then I fell to gaze upon another pretty maid, m a pew close to oast, Was then at enmity with English blood : For but tue race of England all were Bate In foreign...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

1832
...more gigantic arm Arose — a monster never known before Reared from Cocytus its portentous head. • It seemed the general air, From Pole to Pole, from Atlas to the East, \Vas then at enmity with human blood. THE far distant storm, which startled our countrymen on the banks...
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An Auto-biographical Memoir of Sir John Barrow, Bart., Late of the Admiralty ...

Sir John Barrow - 1847 - 515 páginas
...visited at the same time every Englishman in foreign countries, at the most distant parts of the globe. ' The general air, From pole to pole, from Atlas to the East, Was then at enmity with English blood.' That which must now be shed will, I trust, be the last that shall be necessary to sacrifice, on such...
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An Auto. Biographical Memoir of Sir John Barrow, Bart., Late of the ...

Sir John Barrow - 1847 - 515 páginas
...visited at the same time every Englishman in foreign countries, at the most distant parts of the globe. ' The general air, From pole to pole, from Atlas to the East, Was then at enmity with English blood.' That which must now be shed will, I trust, be the last that shall be necessary to sacrifice, on such...
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The Rural Poetry of the English Language: Illustrating the Seasons and ...

Joseph William Jenks - 1856 - 554 páginas
...they fled, the Fates pursued. Others, with hepes more speeious, erossed the main, To seek proteetion ed to tread, 'twas with unsandalled foot. Printless,...theugh she whilom Led by the worst of guides, fell raee of England, all were safe In foreign elimes ; nor did this fury taste The foreign blood whieh...
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The Poetical Works of Armstrong, Dyer, and Green: With Memoirs ..., Página 88

John Armstrong - 1858 - 281 páginas
...mankind; In vain: where'er they fled, the Fates pursued. Others, with hopes more specious, crossed the main, To seek protection in far distant skies...blood, For, but the race of England, all were safe eoo Where should they fly? The circumambient heaven Involved them still; and every breeze was bane....
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