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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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Memoirs of the city of London and its celebrities

John Heneage Jesse - 1901
...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 eagle face and outstretched hand, to bid England be of good cheer, and to hurl defiance at her foes. The generation which reared...
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Highways and Byways in London

Emily Constance Baird Cook - 1903 - 480 pages
...those venerable graves," says Macaulay, " towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above, his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with...of good cheer, and to hurl defiance at her foes." In another splendid passage, Macaulay describes the later burial of the son near the father : " The...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature: A Biographical and ..., Volume 16

John Clark Ridpath - 1903
...space. High over these venerable graves towers the stately monument to Chatham, and from above, his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with...bid England be of good cheer, and to hurl defiance to her foes. The generation which reared that memorial of him has disappeared. The time has come when...
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Lessons in Literature, Abridged, with Illustrative Selections: A Text-book ...

Sister Mary Lambertine - 1903 - 306 pages
...space. High over these venerable 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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Chamber's Cyclopædia of English Literature

Robert Chambers - 1904
...space. High over those venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above his toil and trouble ? The sun above the mountain's head, A freshening Kngland be of good cheer, and to hurl defiance at her foes. The generation which reared that memorial...
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Critical Studies and Fragments

Sandford Arthur Strong - 1905 - 362 pages
...corner." " High over these venerable graves towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above his effigy, graven by a cunning hand, seems still, with...good cheer, and to hurl defiance at her foes." The younger Pitt was buried in his father's vault, and Fox lies close by. Still it is in Poet's Corner...
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Literary Essays: Contributed to the Edinburgh Review, Volume 2

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1913 - 702 pages
...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...The time has come when the rash and indiscriminate judgements which his contemporaries passed on his character may be calmly revised by history. And history,...
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The New York Times Current History: The European war, Volume 13

1917
...representative among these great witnesses. In this transept, to quote Macaulay*s stirring words, " Chatham seems still, with eagle face and outstretched arm, to bid England be of good cheer." Over the western door his yet more illustrious son seems once again to " pour forth the lofty language...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of ..., Volumes 1-4

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1866
...towers the stately monument of Chatham, and from above, his effigy, graven by u cunning hand, seems, with eagle face and outstretched arm, to bid England be of good cheer and hurl defiance at her foes ;" that eagle face " which seemed to \ViIuerforce, as he bore the banner...
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Current History, Volume 7, Part 1

1918
...representative among these great witnesses. In this transept, to quote Macaulay's stirring words, " Chatham seems still, with eagle face and outstretched arm, to bid England be of good cheer." Over the western door his yet more illustrious son seems once again to " pour forth the lofty language...
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