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" O thirst of gold ! disease without a cure ! What toils thy persevering slaves endure ! Thou common vice, whose long, tenacious spell, The noblest energies of mind can quell ! Thy deadly charms the human soul unbind From Heaven, and let her drive before... "
The geographical, natural and civil history of Chili, tr. by an American ... - Page 10
by Juan Bautista Ignacio Molina - 1808
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 4

English poetry - 1806
...* * CANTO THE THIRD. O thirst of gold ! disease without a cure J What toils thy persevering slaves endure! Thou common vice, whose long, tenacious spell,...source, That deluge all the world with headlong course: Disguis'd by thee, the pomp of state appears A troubled journey thro' a vale of tears; Thou bidst the...
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The Poetical register, and repository of fugitive poetry for 1801-11, Volume 4

Literary Criticism - 1806
...'* CANTO THE THIRD. O thirst of gold ! disease without a cure ! What toils thy persevering slaves endure ! Thou common vice, whose long, tenacious spell,...source, That deluge all the world with headlong course : Disguis'd by thee, the pomp of state appears A troubled journey thro' a vale of tears ; Thou bidst...
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The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili, Volumes 1-2

Giovanni Ignazio Molina, Alonso de Ercilla y Ziga - Chile - 1808
...concludes. CANTO III. O thirst of gold ! disease without a cure ! What toils thy persevering slaves endure ! Thou common vice, whose long, tenacious spell,...tomb, A dropsy's rage distends thy craving womb ; From thec those countless ills derive then- source, That deluge all the world with headlong course : Disguis'd...
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Merry's Museum, Volumes 3-4

New York (N.Y.) - 1843
..." 0, thirst of gold! disease without a cure! What toils thy persevering slaves endure ! Thou subtle vice, whose long, tenacious spell The noblest energies of mind can quell! 21 Thy deadly charms the human soul unbind From heaven, and let her drive before the wind." The Araucanians...
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