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" Rough is the road to fame, thro' blood and war ; Smooth is my way, and all my paths are peace. With me retire, from toils and perils free ; Leave honor to the wretch ! Pleasures were made for thee. "
The preceptor: containing a general course of education [ed. by R. Dodsley]. - Page 536
by Preceptor - 1758
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The Judgment of Hercules, a Poem: By a Student of Oxford. To which is ...

Robert Lowth - English poetry - 1743 - 28 pages
...the way, And range thro' wilds of pleafure unconfin'd. With me retire from noife, and pain, and care, Embath'd in blifs, and wrapt in endlefs eafe : Rough...With me retire, from toils and perils free : Leave honor to the wretch. Pleafures were made for thee. VIII Then JUDGMENT of HERCULES, VIII. Then will...
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The Preceptor

Robert Dodsley - Education - 1758
...And range thro' Wilds of Pleafure unconfin'd. " With me retire, from Noife, and Pain, and Care ; " Embath'd in Blifs, and wrapt in endlefs Eafe : " Rough...Honour to the Wretch ! Pleafures were made for thee. vnr. " Then will I grant thee all thy Sod's Defire ; " All that may charm thine Ear, and pleafe thy...
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A collection of poems ...

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1758
...unconfinM. " With " With me retire, from noife, and pain, and care ; " Embath'd in blifs, and rapt in endlefs eafe : " Rough is the road to fame, thro'...peace. " With me retire, from toils and perils free ; f Leave honour to the wretch! Pleafures were made for thee. VIII. " Then will I grant thee all thy...
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A collection of poems: in six volumes, Volume 3

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1765
...pleafure unconfin'd. " With me retire, from noife, and pain, and care, " Embath'd in blifs, and rapt in endlefs eafe : " Rough is the road to fame, thro'...peace. " With me retire, from toils and perils free; r t j iee M Leave honour to the wretch! Pleafures were made for VIII. " Then will I grant thee all...
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The way to the temple of true honor and fame by the paths of ..., Volume 3

William Cooke, Sir William Temple - Classical biography - 1773
...With me retire, from noife, ağd pain, and care ; ' Embath'd in blifs, and wrap'd in endkfs eafc : ' Rough is the road to Fame, thro' blood and war; '.Smooth is my way, and all my paths are peace. 'With '•With me retire, from toils and perils free ; 'Leave honor to the wretch ! Pleafures were made for...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, Volume 3

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1782
...And range through wilds of pleafure unconfin'd. " With me retire, from noife, and pain, and care, Ğ' Embath'd in blifs, and wrapt in endlefs eafe : " Rough...and all my paths are peace. " With me retire, from foils and perils free ; " Leave honour to the wretch! Pleafures were made for thee. vm. " Then will...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes. By Several Hands: With Notes

1782
...range through wilds of pleafure -unconfin'd. " With " With me retire, from noife, and pain, and care, " Embath'd in blifs, and wrapt in endlefs eafe : " Rough...fame, thro' blood and war ; " Smooth is my way, and aLI my paths are peace. " With me retire, from toils and perils free ; " Leave honour to the wretch!...
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Bell's classical arrangement of fugitive poetry

Literary Criticism - 1790 - 174 pages
...unconfin'd. With me retire, from noise, and pain, and care, Embath'd in bliss, and wrapt in endless ease : Rough is the road to fame, thro' blood and war ; Smooth...With me retire, from toils and perils free ; Leave honor to the wretch ! Pleasures were made for thee. VIII. " Then will I grant thee all thy soul's desire...
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry ..., Volumes 11-12

John Bell - English poetry - 1790
...Embath'd in bliss, and wrapt in endless ease: Rough is the road to fame, thro' blood and war; Sinooth is my way, and all my paths are peace. With me retire, from toils and perils free; Leave honor to the wretch! Pleasures were made for thee. VIII. " Then will I grant thee all thy soul's desire;...
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Extracts, elegant, instructive, and entertaining, in poetry

Vicesimus Knox - Poetry - 1791 - 472 pages
...[mind ? Andraogc thro' wilds of plcafurc uuconAn'd. With me retire from noifc, and pain, and care, pplics, That gaily blooms, but ev'n in blooming dies. What is this wit, which muft our cares frecj Leave honour to the w retch ! pleafures were maao for thce. Then will I grantthccalhhy foul's...
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