Richard Blackmore Quote

All these Illustrious Worlds, and many more, Which by the Tube Astronomers explore; And Millions which the Glass can ne'er descry, Lost in the Wilds of vast Immensity, Are Suns, are Centers, whose Superior Sway Planets of various Magnitude obey.


The Poetical Works of Sir R. Blackmore: Containing Creation: A Philosophical Poem, in Seven Boohs, Book II, l. 536-541, Printed for C. Cooke. 1797

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All these Illustrious Worlds, and many more, Which by the Tube Astronomers explore; And Millions which the Glass can ne'er descry, Lost in the Wilds...

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All these Illustrious Worlds, and many more, Which by the Tube Astronomers explore; And Millions which the Glass can ne'er descry, Lost in the Wilds...

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All these Illustrious Worlds, and many more, Which by the Tube Astronomers explore; And Millions which the Glass can ne'er descry, Lost in the Wilds...

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All these Illustrious Worlds, and many more, Which by the Tube Astronomers explore; And Millions which the Glass can ne'er descry, Lost in the Wilds...