The Student, Or, The Oxford and Cambridge Monthly Miscellany. Vol. I.[-II.]., Volume 1
J. Newbery in St. Paul's Church Yard, London; J. Barrett in Oxford; and J. Merrill in Cambridge., 1750 - College students' writings, English
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Page 341 - Marvellous things did he in the sight of their fathers, in the land of Egypt, in the field of Zoan.
Page 193 - Skill'd every soft attraction to employ, Each flattering hope, and each alluring joy; I own your genius, and from you receive The rules of pleasing, which to you I give.
Page 31 - Not fond of life, but yet content to be : Here mark the fleeting hours ; regret the paft ; And ferioufly prepare, to meet the laft.
Page 103 - O'er the costly cups Of riot-stirring wine, unwholesome draught, Let Pride's loose sons prolong the wasteful night ; My sober evening let the Tankard bless, With toast embrown'd, and fragrant nutmeg fraught, While the rich draught with oft-repeated whiffs Tobacco mild improves. Divine...
Page 64 - For great men want not, what to give, but how. The race of men that follow courts, 'tis true, Think all they get, and more than all, their due ; Still...
Page 103 - Each thought subsides, and sweet oblivion wraps My peaceful brain, as if the leaden rod Of magic Morpheus o'er mine eyes had shed Its opiate influence.
Page 395 - To draw the Eye, or to allure the Heart, Poor were the Praife in Fortune to excel, Yet want the Way to ufe that Fortune well.
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