The Gentleman's Magazine, Količina 51
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Stran 310 - But he is at leaft one of the few poets with whom youth and, ignorance may be fafely pleafed ; and happy will be that reader whofe mind is difpofed by his verfes, or his profe, to imitate him in
Stran 567 - of his tent, and expofed him to all the evils of the night, and an unguarded condition. When the old man was gone, God called to Abraham, and
Stran 350 - of it, well may they hold it as a matter of opinion, but not as matter of faith and religion ; neither can they with coherence to their own grounds believe it
Stran 260 - of living till he was at the fummit of poetical reputation, till he was at eafe in his fortune, and without a rival in his fame, and found no diminution of his
Stran 190 - to do for him. He turned to the fire, and took out his gold watch ; and, telling the time of the day, complained it was very late, a gentleman
Stran 312 - he has always felt them. Had Gray written often thus, it had been vain to blame, and ufelefs to praife him.
Stran 260 - more folid. Narrations of romantick and impracticable virtue will be read with wonder, but that which is unattainable is recommended in vain ; that good may be
Stran 113 - true. Led by pale ghofts, I enter Death's dark gate, And bid the realms of light and life adieu. I hear the helplefs wail, the