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" And crush'd to death the monster of a beast. Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew, Singly, on foot, some wounded, some he slew, Dispersed the rest, — what more could Samson do ? True to his friends, a terror to his foes, Here now in peace his honour'd... "
The Family Topographer: Being a Compendious Account of the Antient and ... - Page 154
by Samuel Tymms - 1832
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The steam-boat companion, from Queenhithe to Richmond, and on to Hampton ...

Steam boat companion - 1824 - 197 pages
...family. Alone, unarm'd, a Tiger he oppresa'd, And crnsh'd to death the monster of a beast ;* Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew " > Singly on foot,...slew, > Disperst the rest; what more could Sampson do ?) That elegant structure on the neck of land protruding so suddenly on the Thames, at the western...
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The picture of England & Wales

A F. Kendall - 1830
...lines: " Alone, unarm'd, a tiger he oppress' tl, And crush' d to death the monster of a beast; Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew, Singly on foot, some wounded, some he slew ; Dispersed the rest; what more could Samson do?" What, indeed!— or Baron Muncluusen either) object...
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A History of the County of Surrey: Comprising Every Object of ..., Volume 1

Thomas Allen - Surrey (England) - 1831
...the -epitaph : " Alone, unarm'd, a tyger he oppress'd, And crush'd to death the monster of a beast. t Twice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew Singly on foot, some wounded, some he slew, Dispers'd the rest — what more could Samson do T" At the east end of the church is a neat tablet,...
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National History and Views of London and Its Environs ..., Volumes 1-2

Charles Frederick Partington - London (England) - 1834
...was his name ; Witness his actions of immortal fame : Alone, unarmed, a tiger he opprest, And crushed to death the monster of a beast. Twice twenty mounted...overthrew, Singly on foot, some wounded, some he slew. Dispersed the rest, — what more could Sampson do ? True to his friends, a terror to his foes, Here...
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National history and views of London with its environs, 2 vols

1837
...was his name ; Witness his actions of immortal fame : Alone, unarmed, a tiger he opprest, And crushed to death the monster of a beast. Twice twenty mounted...overthrew, Singly on foot, some wounded, some he slew, Dispersed the rest, — what more could Sampson do ? True to his friends, a terror to his foes, Here...
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The Wonders of Nature and Art: Comprising Upwards of Three Hundred of the ...

Joseph Taylor - Adventure and adventurers - 1838 - 568 pages
...fame. Alone, unarm'd, a tiger he oppress'd, And crush'd to death the monster of a beast. t. Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew, Singly, on foot, some wounded, some he slew, '' 1 son do? J ew, V Dispers'd the rest: what more could Sampson < True to his friends, a terror to...
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The Thames and Its Tributaries: Or, Rambles Among the Rivers, Volume 1

Charles Mackay - England, Southern - 1840
...lines : — Alone, unarm'd, a tiger he oppress'd, And crush'd to death the monster of a beast ; Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew, Singly on foot — some wounded, some he slew, Dispersed the rest — what more could Samson do ? The etymology of the word Battersea has often puzzled...
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Camden's Britannia epitomized and continued, Volume 1

Samuel Tymms - Counties - 1842
...informed by the inscription on the monument of Sir Edward Wynter that, Alone, unarm'd, a tyger lie oppress'd, And crush'd to death the monster of a beast:...overthrew. Singly, on foot; some wounded, some he slew ; Disjiorst the rest.. what more could Sampson do ? —Here were buried Thomas Astle, the antiquary,...
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Rambles by Rivers: The Thames, Volumes 1-2

James Thorne - Thames River (England) - 1847
...but much honour — " Witness his actions of immortal fame ! — Alone, unarm'd, a tiger he opprest, And crush'd to death the monster of a beast. Twice...some he slew, Disperst the rest — What more could Samson do ?" What more, indeed ! "Wordsworth talks of forty men fighting (or feeding) like one : here...
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England & Wales delineated, by T. Dugdale, assisted by W. Burnett ...

Thomas Dugdale - 1854
...performance of the two extraordinary feats commemorated in the inscription : — Alone, imarm'd, a tygor he oppress'd, And crush'd to death the monster of...he overthrew. Singly on foot ; some wounded, some ho slew, Dispersed the reat.— What more could Sampson do? The parish register records the interment...
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