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" Youths which shall continue in their bloom for ever, shall go round about to attend them, with goblets, and beakers, and a cup of flowing wine... "
The History of Persia: From the Most Early Period to the Present Time - Page 225
by Sir John Malcolm - 1829
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Discourses relating to the evidence of revealed religion, Volume 3

Joseph Priestley - Apologetics - 1799
...divine prefence." Koran, Vol. II. p. 487. ** Youths who (hall continue in their bloom for ever (hall go round about to attend them, with goblets and beakers, and a cup of flowing wine. Their heads (hall not ache by drinking the fame, neither (hall their reafon be difturbed." Ib. p. 314. " And with...
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The Theophilanthropist; Containing Critical, Moral, Theological ..., Issues 1-9

1810 - 384 pages
...couches adorned with gold and precious stones; sitting opposite to one another thercon. Youths which shall continue in their bloom for ever, shall go round...and a cup of flowing wine : their heads shall not ake by drinking the same, neither shall their reason be disturbed: and with fruit* of the sorts which...
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The Second Book of History: Including the Modern History of Europe, Africa ...

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - World history - 1832 - 180 pages
...stones ; sitting opposite to one another thereon. Youths, which shall continue in their bloom forever, shall go round about to attend them, with goblets...and beakers, and a cup of flowing wine: their heads shnli not ache by drinking tho same, neither shall their reason be disturbed. Upon them shall be garments...
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A Sunday manual, used at the chapel in Beaumont square [by J.T.B. Beaumont].

John Thomas Barber Beaumont - 1840
...couches adorned with gold and precious stones; sitting opposite to one another thereon. Youths, which shall continue in their bloom for ever, shall go round...attend them, with goblets and beakers, and a cup of naming wine: their heads shall not ache by drinking the same, neither shall their reason be disturbed:...
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Ainsworth's Magazine, Volume 8

William Harrison Ainsworth - Popular literature - 1845
...couches adorned with gold and precious stones; sitting opposite to each other thereon. Youths which *hall continue in their bloom for ever, shall go round about...their heads shall not ache by drinking the same.'' (it would seem that Mohammed had some experience in tippling.) " neither shall their reason be disturbed...
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Encyclopędia metropolitana; or, System of universal knowledge

Encyclopaedia - 1855
...couches adorned with gold and precious stones ; sitting opposite to one another thereon. Youths which shall continue in their bloom for ever shall go round...flowing wine; their heads shall not ache by drinking, neither shall their reason be disturbed; and (they shall be fed) with fruits of the sorts which they...
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A concise grammar of the Persian language

Arthur Henry Bleeck - 1857
...jewels and gold ; reclining on them face to face [with one another] ; youths, perpetually blooming shall go round about to attend them with goblets and...flowing wine : their heads shall not ache by drinking [VOCABULARY.] ic dId, It was lofty. dla', prep. Upon. -i sarra, He made joyful. ji,~i sarir, A. throne...
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A Concise Grammar of the Persian Language: Containing Dialogues, Reading ...

Arthur Henry Bleek - Persian language - 1857 - 206 pages
...jewels and gold ; reclining on them face to face [with one another] ; youths, perpetually blooming shall go round about to attend them with goblets and...flowing wine : their heads shall not ache by drinking [VOCABULARY.] Ic did, It was lofty. dla', prep. Upon. J^s sarra, He made joyful. j .*3 sarir, A throne...
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England and India: An Essay on the Duty of Englishmen Towards the Hindoos

Baptist Wriothesley Noel - India - 1859 - 486 pages
...handles (chap. 43). Youths, which shall continue in their bloom for ever, shall attend them with goblets and a cup of flowing wine; their heads shall not ache by drinking the same (chap. 56). The bottles shall be bottles of silver; they shall determine the tneasxire by their wish;...
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The Divine Law as to Wines: Established by the Testimony of Sages ...

George Whitefield Samson - Temperance - 1879 - 467 pages
...reward to the faithful for that which they shall have wrought. Youth, who shall be in perpetual bloom, shall go round about to attend them, with goblets and beakers, and a tureen of flowing wine. Their heads shall not ache by drinking the same, neither shall their reason...
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