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" Augustin led, They come — and onward travel without dread, Chanting in barbarous ears a tuneful prayer — Sung for themselves, and those whom they would free ! Rich conquest waits them : — the tempestuous sea Of Ignorance, that ran so rough and high... "
Our Own English Bible: Its Translators and Their Work, the Manuscript Period - Page 36
by William James Heaton - 1913 - 310 pages
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Illustrated Notes on English Church History ...

Charles Arthur Lane - 1888 - 312 pages
...COMING OF AUGUSTINE. " Subjects of Saxon jELLA— they shall sing Glad HALLElujahs to the eternal king. Blest be the unconscious shore on which ye tread,...ye, instead Of martial banner, in procession bear." — Wordsitwrfh. 1. Gregory the Great. — Towards the close of the 6th century, the Christian Church...
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Illustrated Notes on English Church History, Volume 1

Charles Arthur Lane - 1888 - 312 pages
...COMING OF AUGUSTINE. " Subjects of Saxon ./ELLA— they shall sing Glad HALLElujahs to the eternal king. Blest be the unconscious shore on which ye tread,...which ye, instead Of martial banner, in procession \*sa."— Wordsworth. 1. Gregory tile Great.— Towards the close of the 6th century, the Christian...
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Poems by William Wordsworth: Selected and Prepared for Use in Schools and ...

William Wordsworth - 1889 - 140 pages
...mellow with Christian gentleness and si isdom, that! could not make up my mind to leavi (beta out. And blest the silver Cross, which ye, instead Of martial...Him who floats in air, The pictured Saviour!— By Au¿ustin led, They come, and onward travel without dread, Chanting in barbarous ears a tuneful prayer,...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth, John Morley - 1889 - 1152 pages
...sing Glad HALLE-lujahs to the eternal King ! GLAD TIDINGS tot ever hallowed be this morning fair, Best be the unconscious shore on which ye tread, And blest...ye, instead Of martial banner, in procession bear; TheCross preceding Him who floats in air, Tie pictured Saviour ! — By Augustin led, Tkey come —...
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Poems by William Wordsworth: Selected and prepared for use in schools and ...

William Wordsworth, Henry Norman Hudson - 1889 - 251 pages
...mellow with Christian gentleness and w isdom, that I could not make up my mind to leavl tliem out. And blest the silver Cross, which ye, instead Of martial banner, in procession bear; The pictured Saviour! — By Augustin led, The Cross preceding Him who floats in air, They come, and onward...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1892 - 970 pages
...shall sing Glad HAl.lE-lujahs to the eternal King ! 1821. 1822. XIV. GLAD TIDINGS. FOREVER hallowed be this morning fair, Blest be the unconscious shore...preceding Him who floats in air, The pictured Saviour ! — Ну Augustin led, They come — and onward travel without dread, Chanting in barbarous ears...
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The Anglican Church, Or, The Introduction and Continuity of the Christian ...

Robert Henry Cole - 1892 - 132 pages
...arrived. Nevertheless, blest be Gregory> blest be Augustine, and blest be his devoted fellowworkers, and " Blest be the unconscious shore on which ye tread And...ye, instead Of martial banner, in procession bear." 8 Now the Saxon shall be conquered by the very Faith he had scouted and despised. The British Christians...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume 4

William Wordsworth - 1893 - 422 pages
...— they shall sing Glad HALLE-lujahs to the eternal King ! XIV. GLAD TIDINGS. FOE ever hallowed be this morning fair, Blest be the unconscious shore...bear ; The Cross preceding Him who floats in air, 5 The pictured Saviour ! — By Augustin led, They come — and onward travel without dread, Chanting...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume 7

William Wordsworth - 1896 - 448 pages
...1822. His wing who seemeth lovelier in Heaven's eye 1822. 2 1837. XIV GLAD TIDINGS FOR ever hallowed be this morning fair, Blest be the unconscious shore...bear ; The Cross preceding Him who floats in air, s The pictured Saviour ! — By Augustin led, They come — and onward travel without dread, Chanting...
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Sonnets

William Wordsworth - 1899 - 342 pages
...; Glad Tidings FOR ever hallowed be this morning fair, Blest be the unconscious shore on which ye t And blest the silver Cross, which ye, instead Of martial...Him who floats in air, The pictured Saviour ! — By Augustin led, They come — and onward travel without i Chanting in barbarous ears a tuneful prayerSung...
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