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" To stick the Doctor's Chair into the Throne, Give law to Words, or war with Words alone, Senates and Courts with Greek and Latin rule, And turn the Council to a Grammar School! For sure, if Dulness sees a grateful Day, 'Tis in the shade of Arbitrary Sway. "
The works of Alexander Pope; with a memoir of the author, notes [&c.] by G ... - Page 160
by Alexander Pope - 1835
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope: with memoir, critical ..., Volume 2

Alexander Pope - 1856
...man.' 2 ' Oh (cried the goddess) for some pedant reign 1 Some gentle James,8 to bless the land again ; To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...with Greek and Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar school ! iso For sure, if Dulness sees a grateful day, ;Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway....
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THE WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE

DR. WARBURTON - 1856
...reign I Some gentle James, to bless the land again: To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Giv<> law to words, or war with words alone, Senates and...with Greek and Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar school ! For sure if Dulness sees a grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. O !...
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The works of Isaac Disraeli (ed. by B. Disraeli).

Isaac Disraeli - 1859
...prose : Oh, cried the goddess, for some pedant reign ! Some gentle James to bless the land again ; To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar-school ! Dunciad, book iv. ver. 175. THE PEDANTRY OF JAMES THE FIRST. FEW of my readers, I suspect, but have...
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope, Rev. Henry Francis Cary - English poetry - 1859 - 478 pages
...sauce for a turbot. \ Wilson tells us that this king, .Tame* the First, took To stick the doetor's es a seribbler! break one cobweb thro*( He spins the slight, self-pleasing thread anew : D Grcek and Latin rule, And turn the couneil to a grammar school 1 For sure, if Dulness sces a grateful...
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope: with a life, Volume 3

Alexander Pope, Alexander Dyce - History - 1859
...(cried the goddess) for some pedant reign ! Some gcnlle James, to bless the land again: To stick (he doctor's chair into the throne, Give law to words, or war with words alone, Semites and courts with Greek and Latin rule, P.EMAUKS. And turn the council to a grammar school !...
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope. With life

Alexander Pope - 1860
...of man.t O (cried the goddess) for some pedant reign ! Some gentle JAMES, to bless the land again ;t To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...with Greek and Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar school ! For sure, if Dulness sees a grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. O !...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volume 1, Part 2

Irish literature - 1851
...with. And, with all this, we know that Liberty is to genius, what light is to the plant, " For aure, if Dulness sees a grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway." The political and social complexion of our time will surely colour the literature of this next half...
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A Compendious History of English Literature, and of the English ..., Volume 2

George Lillie Craik - English language - 1861
... Oh," cried the goddess,i for some pedant reign ! Some gentle James to bless the land again ; To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar-school ! For sure, if Dulness sees a grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. 0 1 if my sons may...
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The Celtic Records and Historic Literature of Ireland

Sir John Thomas Gilbert - Annals of the Four Masters - 1861 - 762 pages
...keep house with. And, with all this, we know that Liberty is to genius, what light is to the plant, " For sure, if Dulness sees a grateful day, "Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway." The political and social complexion of our time will surely colour the literature of this next half...
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The Scottish Nation: Or, The Surnames, Families, Literature, Honours ..., Part 2

William Anderson - Heraldry - 1862
...logic, which is of the most despicable description. In short, James's idea of his vocation was " To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...with Greek and Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar school." And a very poor grammar school it would have been of which he was master. Not forgetting...
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