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" High over those venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above, his own effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with eagle face and outstretched arm, to bid England be of good cheer, and to hurl defiance at her foes. "
The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Page 509
1844
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Miscellaneous Works of Lord Macaulay, Volume 3

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1880
...space. High over those venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham; and from above, his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with...which his contemporaries passed on his character may bo calmly revised by history. And history, while, for the warning of vehement, high, and daring natures,...
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Plain Living and High Thinking; Or, Practical Self-culture: Moral, Mental ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1880 - 360 pages
...: — " High over those venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with...be of good cheer and to hurl defiance at her foes." In Bulwer Lytton's " Zanoni " we read : — " It seems to me as yesterday when I stood in the x 322...
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Critical, Historical, and Miscellaneous Essays and Poems, Volume 3

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1880
...monument of Chatham, and from above, his effigy graven by a. cunning hand, seems still, with eaglo face and outstretched arm, to bid England be of good cheer, and to burl defiance at her foes. The generation which reared that memorial of him has disappeared. The time...
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Stray Shots: Political, Military, Economical, and Social, Volume 25

Sir Edward Robert Sullivan - 1884 - 288 pages
...still make pilgrimages to the Abbey to gaze on the effigy of England's greatest War Minister, that ' seems still with eagle face and outstretched arm to bid England be of good cheer and hurl defiance at her foes.' More than ever they will tell their children of the gallant deeds of the...
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Critical and Historical Essays Contributed to the Edinburgh Review ..., Volume 4

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1885
...space. High over those venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above, his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with...foes. The generation which reared that memorial of Mm has disappeared. The time has come when the rash and indiscriminate judgments which his contemporaries...
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The National Advanced Speaker: A Collection of Carefully Chosen, Available ...

Oliver Ernesto Branch - 1886 - 307 pages
...space. High over those vendible graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above, his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with eagle face and outstretched arm, to bid England to be of good cheer, and hurl defiance at her foes. The generation which reared that memorial of him...
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A Popular Handbook to the National Gallery: Including, by Special ..., Volume 1

Sir Edward Tyas Cook - 1888 - 703 pages
...Pitt may well have come to him in the shadow of " the stately monument of Chatham," above which " his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with...of good cheer, and to hurl defiance at her foes." The/orw of Blake's allegory was decided by his familiarity with the Book of Job, to the illustration...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 54

1888
...us where " over those venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above, his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still with...be of good cheer and to hurl defiance at her foes : " or he shall take us to look at the monument of Pitt over the western door, where the heaven-born...
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The Living Age, Volume 180

1889
...where "over those venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above, his effigv, graven by a cunning hand, seems still with eagle face...outstretched arm to bid England be of good cheer and to • Richard III., act v., sc. 3. Compare Henry VI., Pan П., act ¡. sc. г : — " Methinks I sate...
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Macaulay's Second Essay on the Earl of Chatham

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1891 - 144 pages
...space. High over those venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above, liis effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with eagle face and outstretched 10 arm, to bid England be of good cheer, and to hurl defiance at her foes. The generation which reared...
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