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" Terras re-ascend, Replace each vista, straighten every bend; Shut out the Thames; shall that ignoble thing Approach the presence of great Ocean's King ? No! let Barbaric glories feast his eyes, August Pagodas round his palace rise, And finish'd Richmond... "
The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: Being a Collection of Fugitive Pieces ... - Page 11
edited by - 1786
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Bell's classical arrangement of fugitive poetry: Vol. V.

1789 - 200 pages
...King } J4p ! let Barbaric glories feast his eyes, August Pagodas round his palace rise, And finish'd Richmond open to his view, " A work to wonder at, perhaps a" Kew. Nor rest we herej but, at our magic call, Monkies shall climb our trees, and lizards crawl ; Huge dogs...
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The School for satire; or A collection of modern satirical poems written ...

1801
...Where the gorgeous east with richest hand Showers on her Kings barbaric pearl and gold." And finish'd Richmond open to his view, **• A work to wonder at, perhaps" — a Kew. 70 Nor rest we here ; but, at our magic call, Monkies shall climb our trees, and lizards crawl ; Huge dogs...
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The school for satire, or, A collection of modern satirical poems written ...

School - 1801
...Where the gorgeous east with richest hand Showers on her Kings barbaric pearl and gold." And finish'd Richmond open to his view, " A work to wonder at, perhaps"— a Kew. 7$ Nor rest we here ; but, at our magic call, Monkies shall climb our trees, and lizards crawl ; Huge...
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The beauties of English poetry, selected from the most esteemed authors, by ...

John Wolcot - 1804
...guarded by enormous dogs of Tibet and African giants, in the habit of magicians." B * And finish'cl Richmond open to his view, " A work to wonder at, perhaps' a" Kew. 70 Nor rest we here ; but, at our magic call, Monkies shall climb our trees, and lizards crawl; Huge dogs...
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The Beauties of English Poetry: Selected from the Most Esteemed Authors ...

Peter Pindar - English poetry - 1804
...guarded by enormous dogs of Tibet and African giants, in the habit of magicians." B •!• And finish'd Richmond open to his view, " A work to wonder at, perhaps a" Kew. 70 Nor rest we here ; but, at our magic call, Monkies shall climb our trees, and lizards crawl; Huge dogs...
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The poetical works

William Mason - Literary Criticism - 1805 - 127 pages
...King ? No ! let Barbaric glories feast his eyes, August Pagodas round his palace rise, And finish'd Richmond open to his view, " A work to wonder at, perhaps a Kew." 7O Nor rest we here, but, at our magic call, Monkies shall climb our trees, and lizards crawl ; NOTES....
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Whitehead, 1785, to Anstey, 1805

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1819
...king ? No ! let barbaric glories feast his eyesi, August pagodas round his palace rise, And fmi.-liM Richmond open to his view, " A work to wonder at, perhaps a Kew." Nor rest we here, but, at our magic call, Monkeys shall climb our trees, and lizards qrawl*; 1 So Milton....
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...king? No! let barbaric glories feast his eyes5, August pagodas round his palace rise, And finish'd Richmond open to his view, ' A work to wonder at, perhaps a Kew.' Nor rest we here, but, at our magic call, Monkeys shall climb our trees, and lizards crawlfi; Huge...
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A history of the county of Surrey: comprising every object of ..., Volume 2

Thomas Allen - Surrey (England) - 1831
...; let Barbaric glories feast his eyes, August Pagodas round his palace rise, BOOK VI. And finish'd Richmond open to his view, A work to wonder at — perhaps a Kew !• Observe- Not far from the site of the lodge stands the obser'5 vatory, built by King George III....
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The British satirist: Comprising the best satires of the most celebrated ...

Satire, English - 1831 - 388 pages
...king T No 1 let barbaric glories feast his eyes,* August pagodas round his palace rise, And finish'd Richmond open to his view, " A work to wonder at, perhaps" — a Kew. Nor rest we here, but at our magic call, Monkeys shall climb our trees, and lizards crawl ;t Huge dogs...
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