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Halaman 302 - And then conclude divinely with their own ; Like oil on water mounts the prelate up, His grace is always fure to be at top ; That vein of mercury its beams will fpread, And mine more ftrongly thro
Halaman 333 - Then grieved returns, or waits with vain delay Till the tumultuous deluge rolls away. But in no Iliad let the youth engage His tender years, and...
Halaman 303 - Nay, though flie licks the Ruins, all her Cares Scarce mend the Lumps, and bring them but to Bears. Ye Country Vicars, when you preach in Town A Turn at Paul's, to pay your Journey down, If...
Halaman 61 - If aught on earth, when once this breath is fled, With human tranfport touch the mighty dead...
Halaman 244 - Led by his arm, undaunted I appear In the firft ranks of death, and front of war. He taught me firft the pointed fpear to wield, And mow the glorious harveft of the field. By him infpir'd, from ftrength to ftrength I part, Plung'd through the troops, and laid the battle wafte.
Halaman 164 - When pain afflicts, or sickness grieves, Its juice the drooping heart relieves; And, after death, its odours shed A pleasing fragrance o'er the dead; And when its withering charms decay, And sinking, fading, die away; Triumphant o'er the rage of time, It keeps the fragrance of its prime.
Halaman 396 - Let the grave judges too the glafs forbear, Who never fing and dance but once a year. This truth once known, our poets take the hint, Get drunk or mad, and then get into print: To raife their flames indulge the mellow fit, And lofe their fenfes in the fearch of wit: * Late r.illn.n of London. And when with claret fir'd they take the pen, Swear they can write, becaufe they drink, like Ben.