The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, Volume 24

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Samuel Johnson
C. Bathurst, 1779
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Halaman 22 - If you say he has broken any law, tell us the law, and by whom it was made. If the laws of the supreme being are set aside, we can lie under no regulation, but have an unbounded liberty over all our actions.
Halaman 93 - Amidst the glebe, small hollow fibres shoots ; Which drink with thirsty mouths the vital juice, And to the limbs and leaves their food diffuse : Peculiar pores peculiar juice receive, To this deny, to that admittance give.
Halaman 81 - Saturn in thirty years his ring completes, Which swifter Jupiter in twelve repeats. Mars three and twenty months revolving spends; The earth in twelve her annual journey ends. Venus, thy race in twice four months is run; For his, Mercurius three demands; the moon Her revolution finishes in one. If all at once are mov'd, and by one spring, Why so unequal is their annual ring...
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Halaman 170 - Nature's power. Hence metals, plants, and minerals arise, The clouds and all the meteors of the skies ! Hence all the clans that haunt the hill or wood, That beat the air, or cut the limpid flood! Even man, their lord, hence into being came, Breath'd the pure air, and felt the vital flame!
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Halaman 24 - I persuade myself the Epicurean philosophy had not lived so long, nor been so much esteemed, had it not been kept alive and propagated by the famous poem...

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