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" E'er taught so bold assuming of the bays, When they deserv'd no praise. To rail men into approbation Is new in your's alone, And prospers not : for know, Fame is as coy as you, Can be disdainful ; and who dares to prove A rape on her, shall gather scorn,... "
Censura Literaria: Containing Titles, Abstracts, and Opinions of Old English ... - Page 236
by Sir Egerton Brydges - 1815
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 5

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...know, Fame is as coy, as you Can be disdainful ; and who dares to prove A rape on her, shall gather scorn, not love. Leave then this humour vain. And...good : Then, if you please those raptures high to tooA Whereof you boast so much j And but forbear your crown, Till the world puts it on, No doubt, from...
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volume 5

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...know, Fame is as coy, as you Can be disdainful; and who dares to prove A rape on her, shall gather scorn, not love. Leave then this humour vain, And...and choler of the blood Eclipse what else is good : And but forbear your crown, Till the world puts it on : No doubt from all you may amazement draw,...
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Resolves, divine, moral and political

Owen Felltham - Conduct of life - 1820 - 454 pages
...know, Fame is as coy as you, Can be disdainful ; and who dares to prove A rape on her, shall gather scorn, not love. Leave then this humour vain, And...raptures high to touch, Whereof you boast so much: And forbear your crown Till the world puts it on : No doubt from all you may amazement draw, Since braver...
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Resolves, Divine, Moral and Political

Owen Felltham - Conduct of life - 1820 - 454 pages
...know, Fame is as coy as you, Can be disdainful; and who dares to prove A rape on her, shall gather scorn, not love. Leave then this humour vain, And...raptures high to touch, Whereof you boast so much: And forbear your crown . . ^ Till the world puts it on: No doubt from all you may amazement draw, Since...
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Curiosities of Literature: Second series

Isaac Disraeli - Authors - 1835 - 446 pages
...rape on her shall gather scorn, — not love. 1 Leave then, this humour vain, And this more humourous strain, Where self-conceit, and choler of the blood Eclipse what else is good : Then, if yon please those raptures high to touch, Whereof you boast so much : And but forbear your crown Till...
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Curiosities of literature: and the literary character illustrated

Isaac Disraeli, Rufus Wilmot Griswold - Literary Criticism - 1851 - 509 pages
...rape on her shall gather scorn, — not love. 'Leave then, this humour vain, And this more humourous strain, Where self-conceit, and choler of the blood...touch, "Whereof you boast so much : And but forbear jour crown Till the world puts it on : » The names ofnevi-ral ct Jonson's Dramatis Persona, f ' New...
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Curiosities of literature: and, The literary character illustrated

Isaac Disraeli, Rufus Wilmot Griswold - American literature - 1857 - 510 pages
...scorn, — not love. 'Leave then, this humour vain, And this more humourous strain, Where »elf-conceit, and choler of the blood Eclipse what else is good : Then, if voii pleas? those raptures high to touch,' Whereof you boss t so much : And but fork- ar 3 our crown...
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Curiosities of Literature, Volume 2

Isaac Disraeli - English literature - 1858
...prove A rape on her shall gather scorn—not love. Leave then this humour vain, And this more humourous strain, Where self-conceit, and choler of the blood,...Eclipse what else is good: Then, if you please those raphj-es high to touch, * The names of several of Jonson's Dramatis Personae. t New Inn, Act iii. Scene...
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Curiosities of Literature

Isaac Disraeli, Rufus Wilmot Griswold - American literature - 1859 - 509 pages
...humour vain. And thi« more humourous strain, Where self-conc-tit, and choler of the blood Ecltp*« whit else is good : Then, if you please those raptures high to touch, Whereof you uosst so much : And but for'iiŁ«r jour crown Till the world p-Jts it on : • The names of several...
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