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" FALSE world, thou ly'st : thou canst not lend The least delight : Thy favours cannot gain a friend, They are so slight : Thy morning pleasures make an end To please at night : Poor are the wants that thou supply'st : And yet thou vaunt'st, and yet thou... "
Sacred Specimens: Selected from the Early English Poets ; with Prefatory Verses - Page 131
edited by - 1827 - 237 pages
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Emblems divine and moral, together with Hieroglyphics of the life of man

Francis Quarles - Emblem Books, English - 1808 - 281 pages
...thine eyes upon that which is not 9 for riches make themselves wings, theyflie away as an eagle. 1. FALSE world, thou ly'st : thou canst not lend The...To please at night : Poor are the wants that thou supply'st : And yet thou vannt'st, and yet thou vy'st With heav'n ; fond earth, thou boast'st ; false...
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Emblems divine and moral, together with Hieroglyphics of the life of man

Francis Quarles - Emblems - 1808 - 375 pages
...not ? for riches make themselves wings, they file away as an eagle. I. FALSE world, thou ly'st : them canst not lend The least delight : Thy favours cannot...To please at night : Poor are the wants that thou supply'st : And yet thou vaunt'st, and yet thou vy'st With heav'n; fond earth, thou boast'st; false...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature

Liberalism (Religion) - 1827
...of poetry there are Carew's two beautiful epitaphs (pp. 113, 114), and Qaarles' Fifth Emblem. . . " False world, thou ly'st : thou canst not lend The...are so slight ; Thy morning pleasures make an end To pJease at night : Poor are the wants that thou snpply'st, And yet tbon vaunt'st, and yet thou vy'st...
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The Essayist: a Young Men's Magazine, Volume 1

George Washington Light - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1833
...next month. PKANKLIN, JR. False world, thou liest : thou canst not lend The least delight : Thy favors cannot gain a friend, They are so slight : Thy morning...To please at night : Poor are the wants that thou suppliest : And yet thou vaum'st, and yet thou viest With heaven ; fond earth, thou boast'st ; false...
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Lives of sacred poets, Volume 1

Robert Aris Willmott, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). General Literature Committee - Poets, English - 1834 - 363 pages
...not? for riches make themselves wings — they ttie away as an eagle." — Proverbs xxiii. 8. i |'. False world, thou ly'st : thou canst not lend The...end To please at night. Poor are the wants that thou supplicst ; And yet thou vaunt'st, and yet thou viest With heaven; fond earth, thou boast'st; false...
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Sacred Classics, Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity, Volume 21

Richard Cattermole, Henry Stebbing - Christianity - 1835
...further acquainted with the volumes from which they are derived. FRANCIS QUARLES. VANITY OF THE WORLD. FALSE world, thou ly'st: thou canst not lend The least delight : Thy favours cannot gain a friend, t They are so slight : Thy morning pleasures make an end To please at night : Poor are the wants that...
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Sacred poetry of the seventeenth century: including the whole of Giles ...

Giles Fletcher - Literary Criticism - 1836
...further acquainted with the volumes from which they are derived. FRANCIS QUARLES. VANITY OF THE WORLD. FALSE world, thou ly'st: thou canst not lend The least...are so slight : Thy morning pleasures make an end t To please at night : Poor are the wants that thou supply'st And yet thou vaunt'st, and yet thou vy'st...
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Lives of the English Sacred Poets, Volume 1

Robert Aris Willmott - Poets, English - 1839
...which is not? for riches make themselves wings — they flie away as an eagle." — Proiperbs xxiii. 8. False world, thou ly'st : thou canst not lend The...end To please at night. Poor are the wants that thou supplies! ; And yet thou vaunt'st, and yet thou viest With heaven ; fond earth, thou boast'st ; false...
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Cyclopædia of English literature

Robert Chambers - 1844
...rich, iior young. Tlic Vanity of Ac H'orW. False world, thou ly'st : thou canst not lend The leant | MW 6 k4% ~ 1 : q Ä Q nj ̲c`x 蘃 ( \< 贀 ,k Q ۹...o ~ N ; ? r sh ~ 1av@ wǪ k CW x R 8z # ' <d % ϰ )'^ eupply'st, And yet thou vaunt'st, and yet thou vy'et With heaven ; fond earth, thou boasts ; false...
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