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" Why wish to spread our martial name afar ? Crushed as we are by Fortune's cruel stroke, And bent beneath an ignominious yoke, 111 can our minds such noble pride maintain, While the fierce Spaniard holds our galling chain. Your generous fury here ye vainly... "
The geographical, natural and civil history of Chili, tr. by an American ... - Page 8
by Juan Bautista Ignacio Molina - 1808
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An Essay on Painting: In Two Epistles to Mr. Romney ...

William Hayley - Historiography - 1781 - 96 pages
...thus purfue A poft of honour which I deem my due. Thefe marks of age, you fee, fuch thoughts difown In me, departing for the world unknown ; But my warm love, which ye have long pofTeft, Now prompts that counfel which you'll find the beft. Why mould we now for marks of glory jar...
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An essay on epic poetry: in five epistles to the Revd. Mr. Mason. With notes

William Hayley - Epic poetry - 1782 - 298 pages
...thus purfue A poft of honour which I deem my due. Thefe marks of age, you fee, fuch thoughts difown In me, departing for the world unknown ; But my warm love, which ye have long polleft, Now prompts that counfel which you'll find the beft. Why fhould we now for marks of glory...
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The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili, Volumes 1-2

Giovanni Ignazio Molina, Alonso de Ercilla y Zúñiga - Chile - 1808
...ancient Colocolo detfvers the following harangue, which Voltaire prefers to the speech of Nestor, OB a similar occasion, in the first Iliad : " Assembled...glory jar ? Why wish to spread our martial name afar ? Crush 'd as we are by Fortune's cruel stroke, And bent beneath an ignominious yoke, 111 can our minds...
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Literature, ancient and modern: with specimens

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Literature - 1845 - 336 pages
...not I mourn from thirst of lost command, — To find your rival spirits thus pursue A post of honor which I deem my due. These marks of age, you see,...world unknown. But my warm love, which ye have long possessed, Now prompts that counsel you will find the best. Why should we now for marks of glory jar...
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Literature, Ancient and Modern: With Specimens

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Literature - 1845 - 336 pages
...the world unknown. But my warm love, which ye have long possessed, Now prompts that counsel you will find the best. Why should we now for marks of glory jar ? Why wish to spread our martial name afar ? Crushed as we are by fortune's cruel stroke, And bent beneath an ignominious yoke, 111 can our minds...
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The International library of famous literature: selections from ..., Volume 6

Andrew Lang, Donald Grant Mitchell, Nathan Haskell Dole, Forrest Morgan, Caroline Ticknor - Literature - 1898 - 9822 pages
...from thirst of lost command, To find your rival spirits thus pursue A post of honor which I deem iny due. These marks of age, you see, such thoughts disown...glory jar ? Why wish to spread our martial name afar ? Crushed as we are by Fortune's cruel stroke, And bent beneath an ignominious yoke, 111 can our minds...
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The International Library of Famous Literature: Selections from ..., Volume 6

Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl, Donald Grant Mitchell - Literature - 1899 - 9822 pages
...Think not I mourn from thirst of lost command, To find your rival spirits thus pursue A post of honor which I deem my due. These marks of age, you see,...glory jar ? Why wish to spread our martial name afar ? Crushed as we are by Fortune's cruel stroke, And bent beneath an ignominious yoke, 1!1 can our minds...
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The universal anthology: a collection of the best literature, ancient ...

Richard Garnett, Léon Vallée, Alois Brandl - History - 1899
...Think not I mourn from thirst of lost command, To find your rival spirits thus pursue A post of honor which I deem my due. These marks of age, you see,...glory jar ? Why wish to spread our martial name afar ? Crushed as we are by Fortune's cruel stroke, And bent beneath an ignominious yoke, 111 can our minds...
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THE UNIVERSAL ANTHOLOGY A COLLECTION OF THE BEST LITERATURE ,ACIENT ,MEDEVAL ...

RICHARD GARNETT , LEON VALLEE , ALOIS BRANDL VOLUME TWELVE - 1899
...Think not I mourn from thirst of lost command, To find your rival spirits thus pursue A post of honor which I deem my due. These marks of age, you see,...counsel which you'll find the best. Why should we uow for marks of glory jar ? Why wish to spread our martial name afar ? Crushed as we are by Fortune's...
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Through South America's Southland: With an Account of the Roosevelt ...

John Augustine Zahm - South America - 1916 - 526 pages
...Think not I mourn from thirst of lost command, To find your rival spirits thus pursue A post of honor which I deem my due. These marks of age, you see,...glory jar? Why wish to spread our martial name afar ? Crush 'd as we are by fortune's cruel stroke, And bent beneath an ignominious yoke, 111 can our minds...
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