Specimens of macaronic poetry [ed. by W. Sandys.].

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26. oldal - To tell how gracefully he dances, And artfully contrives romances ; How well he arches, and shoots flying (Let no man think that we mean lying), How well he fences, rides, and sings, And does...
iii. oldal - Fresch, fulgent, flurist, fragrant flour, formois, Lantern to lufe, of ladeis lamp and lot, Cherie maist chaist, cheif charbucle and chois; Smaill sweit smaragde, smelling but smit of smot...
21. oldal - Quae villa, quod burgum est Logica ? Mus. Est una artium liberalium. Igno. Liberalium ? Sic putabam. In nomine Dei, stude artes parcas et lucrosas : non est mundus pro artibus liberalibus jam.
ix. oldal - It is curious that Dr. Geddes should have broken through his own rule as to the metre of the Macaronic muse in the ode hereafter printed. There is a treatise " De Latinitate Macaronica," by Bidermann ; but not having met with it, I am unacquainted with its style or intention. The subject is of too light a nature to demand any bibliographical account of the different writers and their productions ; how many eighths of an inch of margin one edition has more than another...
vii. oldal - An act. or a writing on parchment whose name Both backwards and forwards is always the same; A fruit that is rare, whose botanical name Read backwards and forwards is always the same...
iv. oldal - Rutler dreamt a dream, Which rack'd his heart with pain : He dreamt there was a raging bear Rush'd from the rugged rocks ; And strutting round with horrid stare, Breath'd terror to the Brocks.* But Robert Rutter drew his sword, And rushing forward right, The horrid creature's thrapple gor'd, And barr'd...

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