The Archaeological Journal, Volume 25

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Longman, Rrown [sic] Green, and Longman, 1868
 

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Page 104 - And when the seven thunders had uttered their voices, I was about to write: and I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me. Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered, and write them not.
Page 14 - Sleep'st Thou indeed ? or is Thy spirit fled, At large among the dead ? Whether in Eden bowers Thy welcome voice Wake Abraham to rejoice, • Or in some drearier scene Thine eye controls The thronging band of souls ; That, as Thy blood won earth, Thine agony Might set the shadowy realm from sin and sorrow free.
Page 164 - On Lough Neagh's bank as the fisherman strays, When the clear, cold eve's declining, He sees the round towers of other days, In the wave beneath him shining! Thus shall memory often, in dreams sublime, Catch a glimpse of the days that are over, Thus, sighing, look through the waves of time For the long-faded glories they cover!
Page 8 - the waters shoul'd no more become a flood to destroy all flesh...
Page 14 - THEN Jesus stretched forth his hand, and said, Come to me, all ye my saints, who were created in my image, who were condemned by the tree of the forbidden fruit, and by the devil and death; 2 Live now by the wood of my cross; the devil, the prince of this world, is overcome, and death is conquered...
Page 296 - ... (the late) Professor Henslow to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society in the year 1846, on the materials of two sepulchral vessels which were found at Warden in Bedfordshire.* He says : ' Upon looking over some fragments of Romano-British pottery from the neighbourhood of Colchester, I met with what appears to have been part of a large patera, or at least some vessel with a flat surface and a shallow projecting rim. This fragment is of the same material as the Kimmeridge "coalmoney ; " and bears...
Page 104 - After these things His disciples said again unto Him, Eabbi, reveal unto us the mysteries of the Light of Thy Father, forasmuch as we have heard Thee saying that there is another baptism of smoke, and another baptism of the Spirit of Holy Light, and moreover an unction of the Spirit, all which shall bring our souls into the treasurehouse of Light. Declare therefore unto us the mysteries of these things, so that we also may inherit the kingdom of Thy Father. Jesus said unto them, Do ye seek after...
Page 178 - March 6th, 1267. Forasmuch as the Parish of Howden is very wide and large, and the profits and rents are so much abounding as to be sufficient for the maintenance of many spiritual men, therefore, Walter, Archbishop of York, (at the instance and petition of his Chapter of York,) that there might be Prebends ordained out of the revenues of the church, and by their concurrent authority and consent, and likewise of the submission of the Prior and Convent of Durham, to him, of whose patronage it was,...
Page 295 - The opinion thus expressed by Mr. Pengelly is confirmed by that of John Divett, Esq., proprietor of the Bovey lignite beds. He writes as follows : ' With regard to the little vase that you mention, I do not for a moment believe that it was turned from Bovey coal. That the Bovey coal is torno rasile I doubt not, but I know not the conditions under which a vessel turned out of Bovey coal could hold together for many years. I have seen a piece, well varnished, remain in shape for some time, but even...
Page 297 - When reversed, the bowl (which is rounded at the base) presents, both in shape and ornamentation, all the characteristics of the Echinus, so strongly marked that one is led to believe the artist took the shell of that animal for his model.

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