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" Moses' songs ; especially the last, which all the Israelitish children were to learn by heart. Never did any ode, either Greek, or Latin, come up to the loftiness of the Psalms: particularly that which begins thus ; * ' The mighty God, even the Lord hath... "
Report of the Committee on the Propriety of Studying the Bible in the ... - Page 7
1832 - 24 pages
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Dialogues Concerning Eloquence in General: And Particularly that Kind which ...

François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon - Oratory - 1722 - 326 pages
...os E s's Songs j efpecially the * laft, which all the IJraetitijh Children were to learn hy-heart. Never did any Ode, either Greek, or Latin, come up to the Loftinefs of the Tfalms : particularly that which begins thus} f The mighty God even the Lord, hath...
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Dialogues Concerning Eloquence in General: And Particularly that Kind which ...

François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon - Oratory - 1760 - 333 pages
...made him ride on the high' ' places of the earth, that he . 9. 10. ii. ii. 13, were to learn by-heart, never did any ode, either Greek, or Latin, come up to the loftinefs of the Pfalms : par- ' ticularly that which begins thus ; f ' The mighty Go^fc ' even the...
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Dialogues Concerning Eloquence in General: And, Particularly that Kind which ...

François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon - Eloquence - 1810 - 174 pages
...sublimity of Moses' songs ; especially the last, which all the Israelitish children were to learn by heart. Never did any ode, either Greek, or Latin, come up to the loftiness of the Psalms: particularly that which begins thus ; * ' The mighty God, even the Lord hath spoken,' surpasses the...
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Laconics: Or Instructive Miscellanies, Selected from the Best Authors ...

A general reader - Aphorisms and apothegms - 1827 - 188 pages
...of Moses' Songs, especially the last, which all the Israelitish children were to learn by heart. — Never did any ode, either Greek or Latin, come up to the loftiness of the Psalms, particularly that which begins, " The mighty God, even the Lord, hath spoken," this surpasseth the...
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Reflections on the Character and Objects of All Science and Literature, and ...

Thomas Smith Grimké - Bible - 1831 - 201 pages
...sublimity of Moses' Songs, especially the last, which all Israelitish children were to learn by heart. Never did any Ode, either Greek or Latin, come up to the loftiness of the Psalms, particularly " The Mighty God, even the Lord, hath spoken." This surpasses the utmost stretch of human...
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1832
...naked simplicity, loveliness, and grandeur. Homer himself never reached the sublimity of Moses' sontrs, or equalled Isaiah in describing the majesty of God....either Greek or Latin, come up to the loftiness of the psalrns. In all its diversified compositions, every part bears the peculiar character that becomes...
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Lectures on Systematic Theology and Pulpit Eloquence

George Campbell - Oratory - 1832 - 302 pages
...sublimity of Moses' songs ; especially the last, which all the Israelitish children were to learn by heart. Never did any ode, either Greek, or Latin, come up to the loftiness of the Psalms, particularly that which begins thus :t ' The mighty God, even the Lord hath spoken,' surpasses the...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volume 4

1844
...eloquently said, "Homer himself never reaehed the sublimity of Moses' song, or equaled Isaiah deseribing the majesty of God. Never did any ode, either Greek or Latin, eome up to the loftiness of the Psalms." The poetry of the Seriptures is unequaled—the beauty and...
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The Preacher and Pastor

George Herbert, Richard Baxter, George Campbell - Preaching - 1845 - 468 pages
...sublimity of Moses' songs, especially the last, which all the Israelitish children were to learn by heart. Never did any ode, either Greek or Latin, come up to the Joftiness of the Psalms. That, for example, which begins thus;1 "The mighty God, even the Lord hath...
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How to Develop Power and Personality in Speaking

Grenville Kleiser - Oratory - 1908 - 422 pages
...native simplicity, loveliness, and grandeur. Homer himself never reached the sublimity of Moses' songs. Never did any ode, either Greek or Latin, come up to the loftiness of the Psalms. Neither Homer nor any other great poet equalled Isaiah, describing the majesty of God. What is there...
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