|Hoyt & Roberts, comps. Hoyts New Cyclopedia of Practical Quotations. 1922.|
|The last loud trumpets wondrous sound,|
Shall thro the rending tombs rebound,
And wake the nations under ground.
Wentworth DillonOn the Day of Judgment. St. 3.
|The trumpet! the trumpet! the dead have all heard:|
Lo, the depths of the stone-coverd charnels are stirrd:
From the sea, from the land, from the south and the north,
The vast generations of man are come forth.
MilmanHymns for Church Service. Second Sunday in Advent. St. 3.
|Shall man alone, for whom all else revives,|
No resurrection know? Shall man alone,
Imperial man! be sown in barren ground,
Less privileged than grain, on which he feeds?
YoungNight Thoughts. Night VI. L. 704.
|I see the Judge enthroned; the flaming guard:|
The volume opend!opend every heart!
YoungNight Thoughts. Night IX. L. 262.