The description is suggested by that in Revelation, xxi, 10 seq.
Dictionary, 759 seq.; and more completely in his Principles of Eng.
There are some interesting remarks on this brilliant generalization in Owen's Parthenogenesis, 1849, pp. 53 seq.
See the discussion (and passages) in Lehmann's Shamash-shumukin, pp. 43 seq.
Page 258, line 230, and seq.—'One turning the ground was snow-clad.'
Page 234, line 181, and seq.—'At length did she chance on some chess-men,' etc.
Plot, The, 174 et seq.Preference ultimately irrational, 18 et seq.
Page 167, line 67, and seq.—'Carbuncle and Balas ruby,' etc.
The beautiful maiden upon a tree occurs even in the Tuti-Name, i. 178, seq.
Evidences of Christianity, internal and experimental, 149, seq.