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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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A History of London, Volume 2

William John Loftie - London (England) - 1884
...of strength, which are carved on his tomb, and celebrated in his epitaph : — f " Alone, unann'da tyger he oppress'd, And crush'd to death the monster...overthrew, Singly on foot ; some wounded, some he slew, Dispers'd the rest. — What more could Sampson do ? " But the visitor will look with most interest...
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The Genesis of the United States: A Narrative of the Movement in ..., Volume 2

Alexander Brown - United States - 1890 - 1157 pages
...into the shade. 41 Alone unarm 'da tyger he oppressed And ri ii Л! to death the raoilbter of л beast. Twice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew Singly on foot, some wounded, some he blew, Dispersed the rest — what more could Samson do? — True to Ms friends, a terror to his foes....
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London, Past and Present: Its History, Associations, and Traditions, Volume 1

Henry Benjamin Wheatley - London (England) - 1891
...performance of the two extraordinary feats commemorated in the concluding lines of the inscription : — Alone, unarm'd, a tyger he oppress'd, And crush'd...overthrew, Singly on foot ; some wounded, some he slew, Dispers'd the rest. — What more could Samson do ? Bishop Patrick (Chichester and Ely) was vicar from...
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Walks in London, Volume 2

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - London (England) - 1894
...recorded in his long epitaph : — ' Alone, unarm'd, a tyger he opprest, And crush'd to death ye monater of a beast ; Twice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew, Singly on foot, some wounded, some he slew, Dispers'd ye rest— What more could Samson doe?' The repaired east window is especially interesting...
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London Riverside Churches

Alfred Ernest Daniell - Church buildings - 1897 - 318 pages
...immortal fame : Alone, unarm 'd, a tyger he oppress'd, And crush'd to death the monster of a heast. Twice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew Singly on foot, some wounded, some he slew, Dispers'd the rest — What more could Sampson do ? True to his friends, a terror to his foes, Here,...
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Curious Epitaphs

William Andrews - 1899
...immortal fame. Alone, unharm'd, a tiger he opprest, 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...
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Fort St. George, Madras: A Short History of Our First Possession in India

Fanny Emily Penny - Chennai (India) - 1900 - 244 pages
...was his nameWitness his actions of immortal fame — Alone, unarmed, a tyger he oppressed 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 Samson do ? True to his friends, a terror to his foes, Here now...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - Asia - 1906
...from ftir Edward's monument in the Battersea Parish Church, the last three of which run : — " Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew Singly on foot, some wounded, some he slew ; Dispers'd the rest : what more cou'd Sampson do ? " Sir Richard Temple surmises that these lines...
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The English Factories in India, 1661-64, Volume 11

Sir William Foster - Great Britain - 1923 - 428 pages
...restored. The incident is depicted on Winter's monument at Battersea, with the following lines : Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew Singly on foot; some wounded, some he slew; Dispersd the rest. What more cou'd Sampson do ? tions be deemed inconclusive, he desired that they...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - Asia - 1906
...from Sir Edward's monument in the Battersea Parish Church, the last three of which run :— " Thrice twenty mounted Moors he overthrew Singly on foot, some wounded, some he slew; Dispers'd the rest: what more cou'd Sampson do ? " Sir Richard Temple surmises that these lines refer...
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