Brittische bibliothek, Volume 4

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Carl Wilhelm Mueller (of Leipzig)
Bay J. Wendler, 1759 - English literature

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Page 121 - Unblam'd thro' Life, lamented in thy End. Thefe are thy Honours ! not that here thy Buft Is mix'd with Heroes, or with Kings thy Duft ; But that the Worthy and the Good fhall fay, Striking their penfive Bofoms— • Here lies GAY?
Page 378 - Nor will 1 fear even death, to save Her dearer beauties from the grave. Lydia, My heart young Calais inspires, Whose bosom glows with mutual fires, For whom I twice would die with joy, If death would spare the charming boy. Horace. Yet what if Love, whose bands we broke, Again should tame us to the yoke; Should I shake off bright Chloe's chain, And take my Lydia home again?
Page 238 - Ask you what Provocation I have had? The strong Antipathy of Good to Bad. When Truth or Virtue an Affront endures, Th' Affront is mine, my friend, and should be yours.
Page 372 - A Poetical Translation of the Works of Horace, with the original text, and critical Notes collected from his best latin and french Commentators, by the Rev.
Page 378 - I shake off bright Chloe's chain, And take my Lydia home again? Lydia. Though he exceed in beauty far The rising lustre of a star ; Though light as cork thy fancy strays. Thy passions wild as angry seas, When vex'd with storms ; yet gladly I With thee would live, with thee would die.
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Page 153 - Catalogue. \ the Criterion, or Miracles examined, with a view to expofe the pretenfions of Pagans and...
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