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" Foote ; But if with higher bards that name you range, His modesty must think your judgment strange—- So when o'er Crane-court's philosophic gods, The Jove-like majesty of Pringle nods, If e'er he chance to wake on Newton's chair... "
The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: Being a Collection of Fugitive Pieces ... - 15. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1784 - 288 oldal
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry: Vol. V.

1789 - 200 oldal
...Marccllus was not born to die. The Muse shall nurse him up to man's estate, And break the black asperity of fate— — Admit him then your candidate for fame,...if in your Review he read his name. Tho' not with Mason and with Goldsmith put, Yet cheek by jowl with Garrick, Colman, Foote, But if with higher Bards...

The school for satire, or, A collection of modern satirical poems written ...

School - 1801
...Editor. C 4 The Muse shall nurse him up to man's estate, 75 And break the black asperity of fate. r Admit him then your candidate for fame, Pleas'd if in your review he read his name, Tho' not with Mason and with Goldsmith put, Yet cheek by jowl with Garrick, Colman, Foote ; But if with higher Bards...

The Beauties of English Poetry: Selected from the Most Esteemed ..., 2. kötet

Peter Pindar - 1804
...Marc«llus-was not-born-to<die. The Muse shall nurse him up to man's estate, 75 And break the black asperity of fate.-— Admit him then your candidate for fame, Pleas'd if in your Review he read his name, Though not with-Mason and with Goldsmith pat, Yet cheek by jowl with Garrick.Colman.Foote. 80 But if...

The beauties of English poetry, selected from the most esteemed ..., 2. kötet

John Wolcot - 1804
...was not born to die. The Muse shall nurse him up to man's estate, 7-5 And break the black^isperity of fate.—— Admit him then your candidate for fame, Pleas'd if in your Review he read his name, Though not with Mason and <with Goldsmith put, Yet cheek by jowl with Garrick.Colman.Foote. 8O But...

The Poetical Works

William Mason - 1805 - 127 oldal
...Verse 76. [And break the black asperity of fate.] . " Si qua fata aspera rumpas, TO THE PUBLIC. 35 Admit him then your candidate for fame, Pleas'd if in your review he read his name, Tho' not with MASON and with GOLDSMITH put, Yet cheek by jowl with GARRICK, COLMAN, FOOTE ; But if with higher Bards...

The British Satirist: Comprising the Best Satires of the Most Celebrated ...

1831 - 388 oldal
...Marcellus was not born to die, The muse shall nurse him up to man's estate, And break the black asperity of fate.* Admit him then your candidate for fame, Pleas'd if in your review he read his name. Though not with Mason and with Goldsmith put, Yet cheek by jowl with Garrick, Colman, Foote ; But if...




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