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" Ulysses' gate? His bulk and beauty speak no vulgar praise; If, as he seems, he was in better days, Some care his age deserves : or '.vas he priz'd For worthless beauty, therefore now despised ? Such dogs, and men there are, mere things of state, And always... "
Beautiful thoughts from Greek authors, with Engl. transl. and lives of the ... - Page 189
edited by - 1864
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. To which is added, The battle of the frogs and mice

Homerus - 1807
...unperceiv'd; he turn'd his head and dry'd The drop humane: then thus impassion'd cry'd. V."h;it noble beast in this abandon'd state Lies here all helpless...Ulysses' gate? His bulk and beauty speak no vulgar praise : 370 If, as he seems, he was in better days, Some care his age deserves; or was he prix'd For worthless...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - History - 1807
...head, and dry'd The drop humane ; then thus impassion'd cry'd. What noble beast in this abandon' a state Lies here all helpless at Ulysses' gate ? His bulk and beauty speak no vulgar praise ;• 370 If, as he seems, he was in better days, Some scarce his age deserves ; or was he priz'd For...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman poets, Volume 4, Part 3

Literary Criticism - 1809
...head, and dried The drop humane :— then thus impassion'd cried : ' What noble beast in this ahandon'd state Lies here all helpless at Ulysses' gate ! His...and beauty speak no vulgar praise , If, as he seems, be was in better days, Some care his age deserves : or was he priz'd For worthless beauty ! therefore...
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The works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: including the series ...

Samuel Johnson - English poetry (Collections) - 1810
...drop humane : then thus impassion'd cry'd ; " What noble beast in this abandon'd state Lies ЬРГС all helpless at Ulysses' gate? His bulk and beauty...better days, Some care his age deserves : or was he ptiz'i For worthless beauty ! therefore now despb'd ? Such dogs and men there are, mere things of sUtf,...
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The works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: including the series ...

Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson - Literary Criticism - 1810
...dryM The drop humane : then thus impassion'd cry'd ; " What noble beast in this abandon'd state T .ios here all helpless at Ulysses' gate? His bulk and beauty speak no vulgar praise ; If as be seem» be was in better days, Some care his age deserves : or was he pr'/.' For worthless beauty...
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The works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: including the series ...

Alexander Chalmers - Literary Criticism - 1810
...nol)le beast in this abandun'd state Lies here all helpless at riyis-s' gate ? His bulk and heauty sp-ak no vulgar praise ; If as he seems he was in better days, Some care his aye deserves ; or was h* priz'd For worthless beauty ! therefore now despis'd ? Such does and men there...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. To which is added, The battle of the frogs and mice

Homerus - 1818
...unperceiv'd : he turn'd his head and dry'd Th.e drop humane: then thus impassion'd cry'd. What noble beast in this abandon'd state Lies Here all helpless at Ulysses' gate? His bulk and beanty speak no vulgar praise: 371 If, as he seems, he was in better days, Some care his age deserves;...
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Conversations on poetry, by the author of the 'Buxton diamonds'.

Conversations - 1824
...unperceived ; he tufn'd his head and dried The drop humane ; then thus impassion'd cried—- What noble beast in this abandon'd state Lies here all helpless...and men there are, mere things of state, And always cherish' d by their friends, the great. Not Argus so, (Eumaeus thus rejoin'd,) feut served a master...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. To which is added, The battle of the frogs and mice

Homerus - 1827
...abandon'd state Lies here all helpless at Ulysses' gate ? His bulk and beauty speak no vulgar praise : Mi as he seems, he was in better days, Some care his age deserves ; or was he priz'd for worthless beauty ? therefore now despis'd : °uch dogs and men there are, mere things of...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. [Followed by] Battle of the frogs and mice [tr ...

Homerus - 1828
...unperceiv'd: he tuni'd his head, and dried The drop humane; then thus impassion'd cried: What noble beast in this abandon'd state. Lies here all helpless...better days, Some care his age deserves: or was he pnz d > For worthless beauty, therefore now despised. Such doa-s, and men'there arc, mere tiiings of...
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