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" But God has, wisely, hid from human sight The dark decrees of future fate, And sown their seeds in depth of night ; He laughs at all the giddy turns of state, When mortals search too soon, and fear too late. "
Works: In English Verse - Page 168
by Horace - 2010 - 294 pages
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The first (-sixth) part of Miscellany poems, publ. by Mr. Dryden, Part 2

Miscellany poems - 1716
...to know : But God has, wifely, hid ftom human Sight The dark Decrees of future Fare ; And fown theit Seeds in depth of Night ; He laughs at all the giddy turns of Srares When Morrals fearch too foon, and fear too lare. VII. Enjoy the prefent fmiling Hours And put...
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Miscellany Poems: Containing Variety of New Translations of the ..., Volume 1

John Dryden - Classical poetry - 1716 - 420 pages
...Night , He laughs ai all the giddy turns of Stare; When Mortals fearch too foon, and fear too lare, VII. Enjoy the prefent fmiling Hour ; And put it out of Fortune's Pow'r : The ride of bufinefs, like the tunning Stream, Is fomerimes high, and fomerimes low, A quiet...
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The Odes & Satyrs of Horace, that Have Been Done Into English by the Most ...

Horace - History - 1717 - 203 pages
...inquifitive to know : But God has wifely hid from humane Sight The dark Decrees of future Fate ; And fown their Seeds in Depth of Night) He laughs at all the giddy Turns of State, When Mortale fearch too foon, and fear too late VII. Enjoy the prefent Smiling Hour ; And put it out of...
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Original Poems and Translations, Volume 1

John Dryden - Literary Criticism - 1743 - 336 pages
...inquifitive to know .4 . But God has, wifely, hid from human Sight The dark Decrees of future Fate, And fown their Seeds in depth of Night ; He laughs at all the...Mortals fearch too foon, and fear too late VII Enjoy the prefcnt fmiling Hour ; And put it oat of Fortune's Pow'r : The tide of Bufinefs, like the running Stream^...
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The Rambler. ...

Samuel Johnson - Literary Collections - 1750
...trepidet But God has wifely hid from human fight The dark decrees of fusure fate, And fown their feeds in depth of night ; He laughs at all the giddy turns of Hate, When mortals fearcH too foon , and fear too late, DRYMN. TH ERE is nothing recommended with greater...
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The Rambler. ...

Samuel Johnson - 1752
...COWLEY. 59 But God hai wifely hid from human fight The dark decrees of future fate, And fown their feeds in depth of night ; He laughs at all the giddy turns of ftate, When mortals fearch too foon, and fear too late. DRY or N.JO Whene'er thy countenance divini...
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The miscellaneous works: containing all his original poems, tales ..., Volume 2

John Dryden, Samuel Derrick - English poetry - 1760
...know : But God has, wifely, hid from human fight The dark decrees of future fate, And fown their feeds in depth of night ; He laughs at all the giddy turns of flate ; When mortals fearch too foon, and fear too late. VII. Enjoy the prefent fmiling hour ; And...
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The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq;: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - 1760
...know : But God has, wifely, hid from human fight The dark decrees of future fate, And fown their feeds in depth of night ., . He laughs at all the giddy turns of flate y When mortals fearch too foon, and fear too late. - VII. Enjoy the prefent fmiling hour ; And...
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The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq: Containing All His Original ...

John Dryden - English poetry - 1767
...But Eat God has, wifely, hid from human fight The dark decrees of future fate, And fawn their feeds in depth of night; He laughs at all the giddy turns of ftate ; When mortals fearch too fooir, and fear too late, VII. Enjoy the prefent fmiling hour ; And...
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Bell's Edition, Volumes 43-44

John Bell - English poetry - 1778
...quiver-bearing foe, Art anxiously inquisitive to know ; But God has, wisely, hid from human sight, 43 And sown their seeds in depth of night ; He laughs at all the giddy turns of state, When mortals search too soon, and fear too late. VIU Enjoy the present smiling hour, 50 And put it out of Fortune's...
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