The Essex Antiquarian, Volumen13

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Sidney Perley
Essex Antiquarian, 1909
 

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Página 73 - Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord ; for they rest from their labours ; and their works do follow them, Rev.
Página 69 - Why should we tremble to convey Their bodies to the tomb ? There the dear flesh of Jesus lay, And left a long perfume.
Página 69 - WHY do we mourn departing friends, Or shake at death's alarms ? "Tis but the voice that Jesus sends To call them to his arms.
Página 82 - They need No statue nor inscription to reveal Their greatness. It is round them ; and the joy With which their children tread the hallowed ground That holds their venerated bones, the peace That smiles on all they fought for, and the wealth That clothes the land they rescued, — these, though mute, As feeling ever is when deepest, — these Are monuments more lasting than the fanes Reared to the kings and demigods of old.
Página 82 - HERE rest the great and good — here they repose After their generous toil. A sacred band, They take their sleep together, while the year Comes with its early flowers to deck their graves. And gathers them again, as Winter frowns. ' Theirs is no vulgar sepulchre ; green sods Are all their monument ; and yet it tells A nobler history than pillared piles, Or the eternal pyramids. They need No statue nor inscription to reveal Their...
Página 82 - A nobler history, than pillar'd piles, Or the eternal pyramids. They need No statue nor inscription to reveal Their greatness. It is round them, and the joy With which their children tread the hallowed ground That holds their venerated bones, the peace That smiles...
Página 70 - Tis God that lifts our comforts high, Or sinks them in the grave ; He gives, and, blessed be his name ! He takes but what he gave.
Página 133 - Sept. 6, 1638, he conveyed to Emanuel Downing of Salem, esquire, " the two ponds and so much high ground about the ponds as is needful to keepe the duck coye private from the disturbance of plowmen heardsmen or others passing by that way wch he may enclose so as he take in above fifty acres of the upland round aboute the same."t Mr.
Página 86 - In the Name of God, Amen. The three and twentieth day of March in the Year of our Lord God after the computation of the Church of England 1619, &c.
Página 126 - Putnam's (5th) regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1777, to Dec.

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