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" Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave For ever lost ; myself escaped alone, On the wild shore all friendless, hopeless, thrown ; My life, like Judah's heaven-doom'd king of yore, By miracle prolong'd... "
The Lusiad: Or, the Discovery of India. An Epic Poem. Translated from the ... - Page 165
by Lus de Cames - 1798
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 5

Asia - 1818
...he lost the wealth which satisfied his wishes -. vigora da esperanza ja adquirida, Sc. Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave For-ever lost ; My life, like Judah's heaven-doom'd king of yore, By miracle proloug'd On the...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Luis de Camoens, Volume 1

John Adamson - 1820
...ta delgado, Que nan menos milagre foi salvar-se, Que para o Rei Judiaco accrescentar-se. Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave, For ever lost: — myself escaped alone, My life, like Judah's heav'n doom'd King of Tore, By...
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Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe, Volume 4

Jean-Charles-Lonard Simonde Sismondi - European literature - 1823
...employ'd. Degraded now, by poverty abhorr'd, The guest dependent at the lordling's board : Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave For ever lost ; myself escaped alone, On the wild shore all friendless, hopeless, thrown ; My...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 5

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...here he lost the wealth which satisfied his wishes. Agora da esparanfaja adquirida, Sfc. Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave For ever lost ; My life, like Judah'e heaven-doomed king of yore, By miracle prolongM— — On...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volume 15

Anecdotes - 1826
...here he lost the wealth which satisfied his wishes : Agora de esperancaja adquirida, $fc. " Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave For ever lost ; My life, like Judah's heaven-doom M king of yore, By miracle prolong'd." SHIPS...
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A Universal Biography: Containing Interesting Accounts, Critical ..., Volume 5

John Platts - Biography - 1826
...coast of China. All he had acquired was lost, as he tells us in the seventeenth Lusiad — " Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave, For ever lost ; — My life like Judah's heaven-doom'd king of yore, By miracle prolong'd." His...
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The Chinese Repository, Volume 8

China - 1840
...kindly, as is noticed in the Lusiad. In speaking of his lost property he feelingly says: " Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave Forever lost ;***** My life, like Judah's heaven-doomed king of yore, By miracle prolonged." After...
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Russell's Magazine

Paul Hamilton Payne - Literature, Modern - 1859
...down with the ship, and he was left friendless and alono on an unknown shore. " Now blest with nil the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave, For ever lost: — myself escaped alone, On the wild shore all friendless, hopeless, thrown,...
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Lives of Great and Celebrated Characters of All Ages and Countries ...

1860 - 767 pages
...the coast of China. All he had acquired was lost ; as he tells us in the seventh Lusiad. " Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave For ever lost ; My life, like Judah's heaven-doom'd king of yore, By miracle prolong'd." His poems,...
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The Lusiad; or, The discovery of India, tr. by W.J. Mickle

Luis Vaz de Camoens - 1877
...employ'd, Degraded now, by poverty abhorr'd, The guest dependent at the lordling's board : Now blest with all the wealth fond hope could crave, Soon I beheld that wealth beneath the wave For ever lost ; 8 myself escap'd alone, On the wild shore all friendless, hopeless, thrown ; My...
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