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" All sciences, all arts his spoil, Yet what reward, or what renown? Envy, innate in vulgar souls, Envy steps in and stops his rise; Envy with poison'd tarnish fouls His lustre, and his worth decries. He lives inglorious or in want, To college and old books... "
The Life of Richard Bentley: With an Account of His Writings and Anecdotes ... - Page 174
by James Henry Monk - 1833 - 2 pages
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Richard Bentley, D.D.: a bibliography of his works and of all the ..., Part 4

Augustus Theodore Bartholomew - Epistles of Phalaris - 1908 - 115 pages
...lustre, and his worth decries. He lives inglorious, or in want, To college and old books confin'd ; Instead of learn'd he's call'd pedant, Dunces advanc'd...he, Great without patron, rich without South-sea. PORTRAITS SCULPTURE. 1. Bust in marble by Roubiliac. 1756. Trinity College, Cambridge : Library. Presented...
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Richard Bentley, D.D.: a bibliography of his works and of all the ..., Part 4

Augustus Theodore Bartholomew - Epistles of Phalaris - 1908 - 115 pages
...lustre, and his worth decries. He lives inglorious, or in want, To college and old books confin'd ; Instead of learn'd he's call'd pedant, Dunces advanc'd...he, Great without patron, rich without South-sea. PORTRAITS SCULPTURE. 1. Bust in marble by Roubiliac. 1756. Trinity College, Cambridge : Library. Presented...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 9

Religion - 1814
...in want, To college and old books confined ; instead of learn'd he's called pedant, Dunces advinc'd, he's left behind : Yet left content, a genuine Stoic...he, Great without patron, rich without South-sea. ___ Sir, August, 18 181*. I presume that your correspondent, who sisns himself Vermiculus, will be...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 31

Thomas Carlyle - Authors - 1845
...in want, To college and old books confined ; Instead ot'learnM.he's call'd pedant, Dunces ad vanced, he's left behind : Yet left content, a genuine Stoic he. Great without patron rich without South Sea/ With reference to this ode, Sanadou informs us, " The emperor had been in Gaul, where...
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