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" From zeal or malice now no more we dread, For English vengeance wars not with the dead, A generous foe regards with pitying eye The man whom fate has laid where all must lie. To wit, reviving from its author's dust, Be kind, ye judges, or at least be... "
The life of Dr. Samuel Johnson - 519. oldal
szerző: Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
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Annual Register, 20. kötet

Edmund Burke - 1779
...For Englifli vengeance wars not luith the dead. A generous foe regards, with pitying eye, The тад whom Fate has laid where all muft lie. To wit, reviving from its author's duft, Be kind, ye judges, or at lead be juftj for no renew'd hoftilities invade Th' oblivious...

The Theatrical Bouquet: Containing an Alphabetical Arrangement of the ...

1780 - 337 oldal
...the ftige; From 2eal or malice now no more we dread, For Englifh vengeance, ivars not ivith the dtad. A generous foe regards with pitying eye, The man whom fate has laid where all muft lye. To wit, reviving from its author's duft, Be kind, ye Judges ! or at leaft be juft : ., For no...

The Poetical Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Now First Collected in One Volume

Samuel Johnson - 1785 - 196 oldal
...party. From zeal, or malice, now no more we dread, For Englifli vengeance wars not ivith the dead. A generous foe regards with pitying eye The man whom...has laid, where all muft lie. To wit reviving from its author's duft, • Be kind, ye judges, or at leaft be juft. For no renew'd hoftilities invade Th'...

The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...with the dead *. ' A generous » To the afTerticn contained in this line, 1 here note an exception. ' A generous foe regards with pitying eye ' The man...hoftilities invade, * Th' oblivious grave's inviolable ihade. * Let one great payment every claim appeafe, ' And him who cannot hurt, allow to pleafe ; *...

The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

John Hawkins - 1787 - 605 oldal
...with the dead*. 1 A generous • To the afTcrtion contained in thjs line, I here note an exception. ' A generous foe regards with pitying eye * The man...author's duft, * Be kind, ye judges, or at leaft be juft : ' Let.no renew'd hoftilities invade, ' Th' oblivious, grave's inviolable fhade. ' Let one great payment...

The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Sir John Hawkins - 1787 - 602 oldal
...ception. c A generous foe regards with pitying eye c The man whom fate has laid where all muft lie. f To wit, reviving from it's author's duft, ' Be kind,...leaft be juft: ' Let no renew'd hoftilities invade, c Th' oblivious grave's inviolable fhade. ' Let one great payment every claim appeafe, ' And him who...

The history of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. The vision of Theodore. The ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...ftagej-. From zeal, or malice, now no more we dread, For Englifh vengeance wars not with the dead. A generous" foe regards with pitying eye The man whom...has laid, where all muft lie. To wit reviving from its author's duft, Be kind ye judges, or at leaft be juft. For no renew'd hoftilities invade Th' oblivious...

The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Tales and visions: The history of ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...ftagef . From zeal, or malice, now no more we dread, For Englilh vengeance wars not with the dead. A generous foe regards with pitying eye The man whom...has laid, where all muft lie. To wit reviving from its author's duft, Be kind ye judges, or at leaft be juft. For no renew'd hoftilities invade Th' oblivious...

The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

John Hawkins - 1787 - 602 oldal
...dead *. f A generous » To the afTertion contained in this line, I here note an exL . . ception. ' A generous foe regards with pitying eye * The man whom fate has laid where all muft lie. f To wit, reviving from it's author's duft, * Be kind, ye judges, or at leaft be juft : * Let no renew'd...

The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., 72. kötet

English poets - 1790
...Upon the firft reprefeatation of this play, 1770, a party affemUcd. to damn it, and fucceeded. A geneA generous foe regards with pitying eye The man whom...has laid, where all muft lie. To wit reviving from its author's duft, Be kind ye judges, or at leaft be juft. For no renew'd hoftilities invade Th' oblivious...




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