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" Confined to these straight instruments of sense, More dull and narrowly doth operate; At this hole hears, — the sight must ray from thence, — Here tastes, there smells: but when she's gone from hence. Like naked lamp she is one shining sphere, And... "
The curse of Kehama - Page 160
by Robert Southey - 1811
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: With a Memoir, Volume 4

Robert Southey - 1880
...gone from henceLike naked lamp she is one shining sphere, And round about has perfect c6gnoscence; Whate'er in her horizon doth appear, She is one orb...was the author's friend, had evidently read them. Marriataly. — II. 8, p. 24. that empire longer than her heart was pure. One di.y, while she was collecting...
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The handbook of specimens of English literature, selected by J. Angus

Joseph Angus - 1880
...Like naked* lamp she is one shining sphere, And round about hath perfect cognizance Whatever in the horizon doth appear, She is one orb of sense : all eye, all touch, all ear. PUamcat Sasg af tl* &• 108. Biehard Baxter, 1615-1691. (Handbook, par. 398.) An...
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Specimens, with memoirs, of the less-known British poets. With an ..., Volume 1

George Gilfillan - 1881
...operate. At this hole hears, the sight must ray from thence, Here tastes, there smells ; but when she 's gone from hence, Like naked lamp, she is one shining...: She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy ear. WILLIAM CHAMBERLAYNE. CHAMBERLAYNE was, during life, a poor man, and, till long after his death, an...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: With a Memoir ...

Robert Southey - 1884
...gone from hence, Like naked lamp she is one shining sphere, And round about has perfect c6gnoscence; Whate'er in her horizon doth appear, She is one orb...strange series of poems, a few passages are to be found rf exceeding beauty. Milton, who was the author's friend, had evidently re|id them. Marriataty. —...
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Tusculan Disputations ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1886 - 331 pages
...operate ; At this hole hears, the sight must ray from thence, Here tastes, there smells. But when she 's gone from hence, Like naked lamp she is one shining...; She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy ear." 2 Latin, insoUntiam, which literally means unusualness, and may be fitly used of anything abnormal...
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Philosophia Ultima: Or, Science of the Sciences, Volume 1

Charles Woodruff Shields - Philosophy and religion - 1888 - 1128 pages
...spirit, indissoluble and yet diffused, luminous and endowed with plastic and percipient powers : " Like naked lamp, she is one shining sphere, And round...appear. She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy ear." John Smith, another disciple of the same school, added to this picture of the immortal soul that of...
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Poetical Quotations from Chaucer to Tennyson: With Copious ..., Volume 1873

Samuel Austin Allibone - Quotations, English - 1896 - 772 pages
...Like naked lamp, she is one shining sphere, And round about hath perfect cognizance Whatever in the horizon doth appear : She is one orb of sense : all eye, all touch, all ear. HENRY MORE: Platonical Song of the Soul. Soul, dwelling oft in God's infinitude, And...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical ..., Volume 17

John Clark Ridpath - Literature - 1898
...sight must ray from thence, There tastes, there smells ; but when she's gone from hence, Like nuked lamp, she is one shining sphere, And round about has...horizon doth appear : She is one orb of sense all airy ear. — Psycho'oia. THE EVIDENCE OF THE EXISTENCE OF A GOD. When I say that I will demonstrate...
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A History of Modern English Romanticism, Volume 1

Harko Gerrit de Maar - English literature - 1924 - 246 pages
...smells: but when she's gone from hence. Like naked lamp she is one shining sphere, And round about the perfect cognoscence Whate'er in her horizon doth appear: She is one orb of sense, all eye, all airy ear. Henry More's fellow-mystic and friend John Norris (1657 — 1711), whose "Discourse concerning the...
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The Poetical Works

Robert Southey - 1845
...beams as bright as summer's day. Even so the soul, in this contracted state. Confined to these straight instruments of sense, More dull and narrowly doth...was the author's friend, had evidently read them. Marriataly. — II. p. 1 2. Mariatale, as Sonnerat spells the name, was wife of the penitent Chamadaguini,...
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