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" On sure foundations let your fabric rise, And with attractive majesty surprise; Not by affected meretricious arts, But strict harmonious symmetry of parts ; Which through the whole insensibly must pass, With vital heat to animate the mass: A pure, an... "
Poetical Works: With the Life of the Author - Page 24
by Samuel Butler, Samuel Johnson - 1807
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An essay on translated verse

Wentworth Dillon (4th earl of Roscommon.) - 1684 - 24 pages
...Oo> ' Whofe Ray/ing Heroes, and whofe wounded Godsr Make fomefufpeft, He Snores, as well as Noels* f But I offend — Virgil begins to Frown, And Horace looks with Indignation down 5 M)> blujbing Mufe with Conjcious Fear retires,. And whom. They Like, Implicit efy Admires. Onfure...
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Sylvae: Or, The Second Part of Poetical Miscellanies

John Dryden, Jacob Tonson - Classical poetry - 1702 - 306 pages
...Cook'd? Whofe Ray ling Hero's, and whofe wounded Gods, Make fome fufpeft, He Snores, as well as Nods. But I offend Virgil begins to frown, And Horace looks with Indignation downj My blujhing Mufe with Confcious fear retires, And whom They like, Implicitely Admires. On fur*...
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Poems by the Earl of Roscommon: To which is Added, An Essay on Poetry

Wentworth Dillon Earl of Roscommon, John Sheffield Duke of Buckingham, Richard Duke - English poetry - 1717 - 536 pages
...cacumen. Non novus hue Titan accedere crimine foj/it Sacrilege^ montes iterum Jt monttbus addat. SqualBut I offend Virgil begins to frown, And Horace looks with Indignation down ; My blujhing Mufe with confcious Fear retires, And whom They like, Implicitly Admires. • On fure Foundations...
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The Laws of Poetry

Charles Gildon - English poetry - 1721 - 351 pages
...were not known ^ nothing but fighting the enemies of your cpuntrey was then the teft of valour. • i But I offend- Virgil begins to frown, And Horace looks with indignation down : My bjufliing mufe with confcious fear retires, And whom they like implicitly admires. My Lord in this...
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The poetical works of ... Wentworth Dillon, earl of Roscommon

Wentworth Dillon (4th earl of Roscommon.) - 1749
...Whofe railing heroes, and whofe wounded gods, Make fome fufpetf, he fnorcs, as well as nods. But 1 offend Virgil begins to frown, And Horace looks with indignation down ; My blufhing mufe with confcious fear retires, And whom they like, implicitly admires. On fure foundations...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 10

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1779
...cook'd ? Whofe railing heroes, and whofe wounded Gods, Makes forrte fufpeft he fnores, as well as nods. But I offend— Virgil begins to frown, And Horace looks with indignation down ; My blufhing Mufe with confcious fear retires, And whom they like, implicitly admires. On fure foundations...
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Beispielsammlung zur Theorie und Literatur der Schönen Wissenschaften, Volume 3

Johann Joachim Eschenaburg - Literature - 1789
...cook'd? Whofe railing Heroes, and whofe wounded Gods, Make fome fufpect, He fnores, as well as nods. But I offend — Virgil begins to frown, And Horace looks with Indignation down: My blufhing Mufe ^ith confcious Fear retires, And whom they like, implicitly admires. On fure foundations...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ...

English poets - 1790
...Wlwfe Whofe railing heroes, and whofe wounded Gods, Makes fome fufpeft he fnores, as well as nod«. But I offend — Virgil begins to frown, And Horace looks with indignation down; My blufhing Mufe with confcious fear retires, And whom they like, implicitly admires. On furc foundations...
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Extracts, elegant, instructive, and entertaining, in poetry

Vicesimus Knox - Poetry - 1791
...cook'd ? Whofe railing heroes, and whofc wounded Gods, Make fome (ufpctl he fnores as well as nods. blulhing Mufe with confcious fear retires, And whom they like implicitly admires. On fure foundations...
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Roach's Beauties of the Modern Poets of Great Britain: Carefully Selected ...

John Roach, W. G. - English poetry - 1794
...cook'd ! Whofe railing heroes, and whofe wounded Gods^ Make fome fufpeft he fnopes aswell as nods. But 1 offend — Virgil begins to frown, And Horace looks with indignation down ; My blufliing Mufe with confcious fear renres, . i . And whom they like implicitly admires On fure foundations...
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