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" Thou once didst leave almighty Jove And all the golden roofs above: The car thy wanton sparrows drew, Hovering in air they lightly flew; As to my bower they winged their way 1 saw their quivering pinions play. "
Illustrated History of Ancient Literature: Oriental and Classical - Page 170
by John Duncan Quackenbos - 1879 - 432 pages
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The Spectator, Volume 3

1739 - 432 pages
...didjl leave Almighty Jove, And all the Golden Roofs above : The Carr thy wanton Sparrows drew, Hov'ring in Air they lightly flew ; As to my Bower they winged their Way : 1 faw their quivering Pinions play. The Birds difmifl (while you remain) Bore back their empty Carr again...
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The way to the temple of true honor and fame by the paths of ..., Volume 2

William Cooke, Sir William Temple - Classical biography - 1773
...me now. Defcend, thou bright immortal gueft, In all thy radiant charms confeft. m. Thou once didft leave almighty Jove, And all the golden roofs above : The car thy wanton fparrows drew, Hov'ring in air they lightly flew ; As to my bow'r they wing'd their way, 1 faw their...
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The way to the temple of true honor and fame, by the paths of heroic virtue ...

William Cooke (fellow of New coll, Oxford.) - 1773
...me now. Dcfcend, thou bright immortal guerr, In all thy radiant charms confeft. III. Thou once didft leave almighty Jove, And all the golden roofs above : The car thy wanton fparrows drew, Hov'ring in air they lightly flew ; As to my bow'r they wing'd their way* 1 fa\v their...
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The Spectator, Volume 3

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1778
...now. Delcend thou bright, immortal gueft, In all thy radiant charms confeft. . III. " Thou once didft leave almighty Jove, " And all the golden roofs above : " The car thy wanton fparrows drew, *' . Hov'ring in air they lightly flew ; •' As to my bow'r they wing'd their way,...
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British Classics

Edward Francis Burney, Richard Corbould - History - 1786
...now. Delcenu, thou bright, immortal gucfl^ In all thy radiant charms conteft. III. Thou once didft leave almighty Jove, And all the golden roofs above: The car thy wanton fparrows drew, Hov'ring in air they lightly flew; As to my bow'r they wing'J their way, 1 faw their...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ...

English poets - 1790
...Defcend, thou bright, immortal gueft, In all thy radiant charms confefs'd. 12 III. Thou once didft leave almighty Jove, And all the golden roofs above : The car thy wanton fparrows drew ; Hovering in air they lightly flew ; 16 As to my bower they wing'd their way, I faw...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 9

Robert Anderson - English poetry - 1795
...me now. Deft-end, thou bright, immortal £ueft, In all thy radiant charms confefs'd. Thou once didft leave almighty Jove, And all the golden roofs above : The car thy wanton fparrows drew ; Hovering in air they lightly flew ; As to my bower they wing'd their way, 1 faw their...
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Bell's Edition, Volumes 94-95

John Bell - English poetry - 1799
...Goddess! hear me now. Descend, thcu bright immortal guest ' In all thy radiant charms confest. in. Thou once didst leave almighty Jove, And all the golden roofs above; The car thy wanton sparrows drew; Hov'ring in air they lightly flew ; As to my bow'r they wing'd their way, I saw their quivering pinion:...
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The history of ancient Europe: With a view of the revolutions in ..., Volume 1

William Russell - History - 1801
...Wartonfc Jtuay on the Genittt of Pope, vol. i. PART I. " Thou once did'st leave almighty JOVE, xx^*"S'^ " And all the golden roofs above : " The car thy wanton...Hovering in air, they lightly flew, " As to my bower they wing'd their way, " I saw their quivering pinions play. " The birds dismiss'd, while you remain, "...
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Select British Classics, Volume 13

English literature - 1803
...goddess ! hear me now. " Descend thou bright, immortal guest, " In all thy radiant charms confest. III. " Thou once didst leave almighty Jove, " And all the...roofs above : " The car thy wanton sparrows drew, " Hov'ring in air they lightly flew ; " As to my how'r they wing'd their way, " I saw'their quiv'ring...
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