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" Commas and points they set exactly right, And 'twere a sin to rob them of their mite. "
The Life of Richard Bentley: With an Account of His Writings and Anecdotes ... - Page 378
by James Henry Monk - 1833 - 2 pages
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Pope: satires and epistles

Alexander Pope - Literary Criticism - 1906 - 164 pages
...not in debt. If want provok'd, or madness made them print, I wag'd no war with Bedlam or the Mint. Did some more sober critic come abroad ; If wrong, I smil'd ; if right, I kiss'd the rod.--, J.'.nJ,lil Pains, reading, study, are their just pretence, And all they want is spirit, taste, and...
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A COLLECTION OF EIGHTEENTH CENTURY VERSE

MARGARET LYNN - 1907
...Bedlam or the Mint. Did some more sober critic come abroad If wrong, I smiled; if right, I kissed the rod. Pains, reading, study, are their just pretence, And all they want is spirit, taste, and sense. 160 And 'twere a sin to rob them of their mite; Yet ne'er one sprig of laurel graced these ribalds,...
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English Poetry (1170-1892)

John Matthews Manly - English poetry - 1907 - 580 pages
...Bedlam or the Mint. 156 Did some more sober critic come aboard ; If wrong, I smiled ; if right, I kissed the rod. Pains, reading, study, are their just pretence, And all they want is spirit, taste, and sense. 160 Commas and points they set exactly right, And 'twere a sin to rob them of their mite; Yet ne'er...
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A Collection of Eighteenth Century Verse

Margaret Lynn - English poetry - 1907 - 484 pages
...Bedlam or the Mint. Did some more sober critic come abroad If wrong, I smiled ; if right, I kissed the rod. Pains, reading, study, are their just pretence, And all they want is spirit, taste, and sense. !&> And 'twere a sin to rob them of their mite; Yet ne'er one sprig of laurel graced these ribalds,...
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A Collection of Eighteenth Century Verse

Margaret Lynn - English poetry - 1907 - 484 pages
...Mint. Did some more sober critic come abroad If wrong, I smiled; if right, I kissed the rod. Pauls, reading, study, are their just pretence, And all they want is spirit, taste, and sense. Z6o Commas and points they set exactly right, And 'twere a sin to rob them of their mite ; Yet ne'er...
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ENGLISH POEMS

WALTER C. BRONSON - 1908
...Bedlam or the Mint. Did some more sober critic come abroad, If wrong, I smiled; if right, I kissed the rod. Pains, reading, study are their just pretence, And all they want is spirit, taste, and sense. \ 160 Commas and points they set exactly right, And 't were a sin to rob them of their mite. Yet ne'er...
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English Poems: The restoration and the eighteenth century (1660-1800)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - English poetry - 1908
...Bedlam or the Mint. Did some more sober critic come abroad, If wrong, I smiled; if right, I kissed the rod. Pains, reading, study are their just pretence, And all they want is spirit, taste, and sense. 160 Commas and points they set exactly right, And 'twere a sin to rob them of their mite. Yet ne'er...
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The Vista of English Verse

English poetry - 1911 - 654 pages
...place of sense ? Did some more sober critic come abroad If wrong, I smiled ; if right, I kissed the rod. Pains, reading, study, are their just pretence,...sense. Commas and points they set exactly right, And 't were a sin to rob them of their mite. Were others angry I excused them too; Well might they...
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The Leading English Poets from Chaucer to Browning

Lucius Hudson Holt - English poetry - 1915 - 918 pages
...I waged no war with Bedlam or the Mint. Did some more sober critic come abroad; If wrong, I smiled, P5 Y9 y^U U @ *b} MH 160 Commas and points they set exactly right, And "t were a sin to rob them of their mite. Yet ne'er...
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English Prose and Verse from Beowulf to Stevenson

Henry Spackman Pancoast - English literature - 1915 - 816 pages
...sense? . . . Did some more sober critic come abroad 157 If wrong, I smiled; if right, I kissed ut by; 120 Thou little Child, yet glorious in the might Of heaven-born 160 Commas and points they set exactly right, And 't were a sin to rob them of their mite. . . . Were...
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