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" To raise at once our reverence and delight, To elevate the mind and charm the sight, To pour religion through th' attentive eye, And waft the soul on wings of extacy ; For this the mimic art with nature vies, And bids the visionary form arise. "
The Ladies' Work-table Book: Containing Clear and Practical Instructions in ... - Page 27
1845 - 168 pages
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The Hand-book of Needlework

Miss Lambert (F.) - Needlework - 1842 - 263 pages
...superintending the labours of the loom, the distaff, and the dyeing vat. t Marked No. 24 in the Catalogue. " To raise at once our reverence and delight, To elevate...mind and charm the sight, To pour religion through th' attentive eye, And waft the soul on wings of extacy ; For this the mimic art with nature vies,...
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The Hand-book of Needlework

Miss Lambert (F.) - Needlework - 1842 - 263 pages
...princess degrade her dignity by superintending the labours of the loom, the distaff, and the dyeing vat. " To raise at once our reverence and delight, To elevate the mind and charm the sight,To pour religion through th' attentive eye, And waft the soul on wings of extacy; For this the...
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The ladies' work-table book

1844
...skill : Long were the Phrygian's pict'ring looms renown'd ; Tyre also, wealthy seat of art, excell'd, And elder Sidon, in th' historic web." But we would...sight, To pour religion through the attentive eye, And waft the soul on wings of extacy ; " Bid mimic art with nature's self to vie, And raise the spirit...
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England in 1815 as Seen by a Young Boston Merchant

Joseph Ballard - England - 1913 - 180 pages
...illustrating the events of our Saviour's life with which the English churches abound are calculated — " To raise at once our reverence and delight, To elevate...mind, and charm the sight, To pour religion through th' attentive eye, And waft the soul on wings of ecstasy. For this the mimic Art with Nature vies,...
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