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" Even in the midst of gilded palaces. And in your towns, that prospect gives delight, Which opens round the country to our sight. Men to the good, from which they rashly fly, Return at last ; and their wild luxury Does but in vain with those true joys... "
London: what to See, and how to See it - 70. oldal
1851 - 208 oldal
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Bell's British Theatre: Edward and Eleonora ... The mistake, by J. Vanbrugh

1797
...coeval with the sun himself, And boasting strength scarce sooner to decay, How wanton sits she amid nature's smiles, Nor from her highest turret has to...scenes, A waste of wealth, the storehouse of the world ! Here, fruitful vales, far stretching, fly the sight j There, sails unnumber'd whiten all the stream...

The Works of the Author of The Night-thoughts: In Three Volumes, 1. kötet

Edward Young - 1802 - 383 oldal
...coceval with the Sun himself, And boasting strength scarce sooner to decay, How wanton sits she amid nature's smiles ; Nor from her highest turret has...scenes ; A waste of wealth, the storehouse of the world ! tlere, fruitful vales, far-stretching, fly the sight ; There, sails unnumber'd whiten all the stream...

London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., 1. kötet

David Hughson - 1805
...vast body of political perfection, which the wisdom of ages has rendered indissoluble. -This ancient city, How wanton sits she, amidst nature's smiles ! Nor from her highest turrets has to view But golden landscapes and luxurient scenes, A waste of wealth, the store-house...

The Poetical Preceptor; Or, A Collection of Select Pieces of Poetry ...

1806 - 380 oldal
...with huge tusks, Plough' d up the crimson earth. DESCRIPTION of a POPULOUS ClTY. (TOUNG.J THIS ancient city. How wanton sits she, amidst nature's smiles...scenes; A waste of wealth, the store-house of the world} Here fruitful Vales far stretching fly the sight, There sails unuumlaer'd whiten all the stream. While...

The Works of Abraham Cowley, 3. kötet

Abraham Cowley, Samuel Johnson, John Aikin - 1806
...Fountains and trees our wearied pride do please, Ev'n in the midst of gilded palaces, '•. And in your towns that prospect gives delight, Which opens round the country to our sight. Men to the good, from which they rashly fly, Return at last ; and their wild luxury Does but in vain...

The Works of Mr. A. Cowley: In Prose and Verse, 3. kötet

Abraham Cowley - 1809
...? Fountains and trees our wearied pride do please, Ev'n in the midst of gilded palaces, And in your towns that prospect gives delight, Which opens round the country to our sight. Men to the good, from which they rashly fly, Return at last ; and their wild luxury Does but in vain...

The Works of the Rev. Dr. Edward Young, 1. kötet

Edward Young - 1811
...coeval with the Sun himself, And boasting strength scarce sooner to decay, How wanton sits she amid nature's smiles ; Nor from her highest turret has...scenes ; A waste of wealth, the storehouse of the world ! Here, fruitful vales, far-stretching, fly the sight ; There, sails unnumber'd whiten all the stream...

Travels through Canada, and the United States of North America, in ..., 2. kötet

John Lambert - 1814
...situation it is extremely beautiful, and well deserves the description which Young gives of a populous city. " How wanton sits she, amidst Nature's smiles '. Nor from her highest turret ha* to view But golden landscapes and luxuriant scenes." From an elevated part of the town the spectator...

Travels Through Canada, and the United States of North America: In ..., 2. kötet

John Lambert - 1816
...situation it is extremely beautiful, and well deserves the description which Young gives of a populous city. " How wanton sits she, amidst Nature's smiles...view But golden landscapes and luxuriant scenes.'' From an elevated part of the town the spectator enjoys a succession of the most beautiful views that...

Elegant extracts

Elegant extracts - 1816 - 1064 oldal
...struck The ugly brindled monster to the heart. § 51. Description ofapopulous City. YOUNG THIS ancient city, How wanton sits she amidst nature's smiles !...her highest turret has to view But golden landscapes a:id luxuriant scenes, A waste of wealth, the store-house of the world ; Here fruitful vales far stretching...




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