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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 Luís de Camões - 1798
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The Psalms in Human Life

Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - Bible - 1903 - 331 pages
...when, friendless, ruined, and alone, he landed on the " gentle Mecon's friendly shore." " 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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The Presence of Camoes: Influences on the Literature of England, America ...

George Monteiro - Science
...friendless on the unknown shore."48 In Book 7 of The Lusiads Camoes refers to the shipwreck: 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,...
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