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" with pleasure into the " most gloomy recesses of this last resort of grandeur, to contem" plate human life, and trace mankind through all the wilderness " of their frailties and misfortunes, from their cradles to their ' graves. I have reflected on the... "
England in 1815 as Seen by a Young Boston Merchant - Page 139
by Joseph Ballard - 1913 - 180 pages
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London and Its Environs Described: Containing an Account of ..., Volume 1

London (England) - 1761
...frailties and misfortunes, from their cradles " to their grave. I have reflected on the " fhortnefs of our duration here, and that " I was but one of the millions who had " been employed in the fame manner, in " ruminating on the trophies of mortality " before me ; that I muft moulder to duft...
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London and Its Environs Described: Containing an Account of Whatever is Most ...

Robert Dodsley, James Dodsley, Thomas Kitchen - London (England) - 1761
...frailties and misfortunes, from their cra" dfes to their grave. I have reflected on the " fhortnefs of our duration here, and that " I was but one of the millions who had " been employed in the fame manner, in " ruminating on the trophies of mortality " before me; that I muft moulder to duft...
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An historical account of the curiosities of London and Westminster [by D ...

David Henry - 1785
...their frailties and misfortunes, from their cradles to their grave. I have reflected on the fhortnefs of our duration here, and that I was but one of the millions who had been employed, in the fame manner, in ruminating on the trophies of mortality before me; that I muft moulder to liuft in...
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Sporting Magazine, Volume 26

Hunting - 1805
...of their frailties and misfortunes, from the cradle to the grave. '' I have reflected," said he,"on the shortness of our duration here, and that I was...but one of the millions who had been employed in the sanie manner, ruminating on the trophies of mortality before me — That I must shortly' moulder to...
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The Thames: Or, Graphic Illustrations of Seats, Villas, Public ..., Volume 2

William Bernard Cooke, Samuel Owen - Great Britain - 1811
...through all the wilderness of their frailties and misfortunes, from their cradles to their grave. 1 have reflected on the shortness of our duration here...ruminating on the trophies of mortality before me; that I must moulder to dust in the same manner, and quit the scene to a new generation, without leaving...
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An Historical Description of Westminster Abbey, Its Monuments and ...

Westminster Abbey - 1827 - 198 pages
...from their cradles to their graves. I have reflected on the shortness of our duration here, and that 1 was but one of the millions who had been employed...ruminating on the trophies of mortality before me ; that I must moulder to dust in the same manner, and quit the scene to a new generation, without leaving...
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An Historical Description of Westminster Abbey, Its Monuments and ...

Westminster Abbey - Sepulchral monuments - 1834 - 189 pages
...the shortness of our duration here, and that " 1 was but one of the millions who had been em" ployed in the same manner, in ruminating on the " trophies of mortality before me ; that I must " moulder to dust in the same manner, and quit the " scene to a new generation, without leaving...
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An historical description of Westminster-abbey, its monuments and curiosities

Westminster abbey - 1841
..." I have wandered," says he, " with " pleasure, into the most gloomy recesses of this last re" sort of grandeur, to contemplate human life, and trace...ruminating on the " trophies of mortality before me ; that I must moulder " to dust in the same manner, and quit the scene to a " new generation, without leaving...
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A Historical Description of Westminster Abbey

1844 - 124 pages
..." with pleasure, into the " most gloomy recesses of this last resort of grandeur, to contem" plate human life, and trace mankind through all the wilderness...ruminating on the trophies of mortality ' before me ; that I must moulder to dust in the same manner, ' and quit the scene to a new generation, without leaving...
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Mogg's new picture of London; or, Strangers' guide to the British metropolis

Edward Mogg - 1848
...respect, but the piles that wanted a character to excuse them, I considered as the monuments of folly, I have wandered with pleasure into the most gloomy...ruminating on the trophies of mortality before me ; that I must moulder to dust in the same manner, and quit the scene to a new generation, without leaving...
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