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" In the sun's orb, made porous to receive And drink the liquid light ; firm to retain Her gather'd beams, great palace now of light. Hither, as to their fountain, other stars Repairing, in their golden urns draw light... "
Q. Horatii Flacci Epistolae ad Pisones, et Augustum - Page 151
by Horace, Richard Hurd, William Mason - 1776
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The Art of English Poetry Containing: Rules for making verses. A collection ...

Edward Bysshe - English language - 1710 - 554 pages
...receive, . And drink the liquid Light; firm to retain i Her gather'd Beams : Great Palace now of Light ! Hither, as to their Fountain, other Stars Repairing, in their golden Urns draw Light; And hence the Morning Planet gilds her Horns. Firil in his Eaft the glorious Lamp was feen, x Regent...
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Of the Nature of Things: In Six Books, Volume 2

Titus Lucretius Carus, Thomas Creech - 1714
...derives from the Sun. And Milton, fpeaking of the Sun, calls him . Great Palace of all Light! . To him, as to their Fountain, other Stars Repairing, in their golden Urns draw Light ; And hence the Morning- Planet gilds her Horns. Lefs bright the Moon, His Mirrour : with full Face...
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The virgin muse. Being a collection of poems from our most celebrated ...

Virgin muse - 1722
...receive And drink the liquid Light, firm 'to retain Her gather'd Beams, great Palace novr of Light. Hither as to their Fountain other Stars Repairing in their Golden Urns draw Light, And hence the Morning Planet guilds her Horns;, By Tinfture or Reflection they augment Their fmall...
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The arts of logick and rhetorick [adapted by J. Oldmixon from La manière de ...

John Oldmixon, Dominique Bouhours - 1728
...receive Jlnd drink the liquid Light , firm to retain Her gather' d fleams. Great 'Palace now of Light! Hither, as to their Fountain, other Stars Repairing in their Golden Urns drew Light : Jlnd hence the Morning Planet gilds her Horns' Firfl in his Eaft the glorious Lamp wasfeen,...
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Explanatory Notes and Remarks on Milton's Paradise Lost

Jonathan Richardson - 1734 - 546 pages
...place. 362 and Drink the Liquid Light Largus item Liquidi fons Lumlnh JEtherius Sol, LUCRET. V. 282. 364 Hither, as to their Fountain Other Stars Repairing, in their Golden Urns draw Light, the Sun is Here call'da Star , Other Stars; Common in Poetry. That Milton means the Stars in General, and...
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Meditations and Contemplations: In Two Volumes, Volume 2

James Hervey - Meditations - 1748
...Prefence unnecefiary. Jn a Word, fhe is, while * Alluding to thofe truly poetical Lines in Milton, Cither, as to their Fountain, other Stars Repairing, in their golden Urns draw Light. PAR. LOST, B. VII. 1. 364. while converfant among us, ftill waxing or waning, and " never continuetl!...
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General Magazine of Arts and Sciences, Philosophical, Philological ...

1755
...receive, And drink the liquid Light ; firm to retain Her gather' d Beams : Great Palace now of Light j Hither, as to their Fountain, other Stars Repairing in their golden Urns draw Light; And hence the Morning Planet gilds her Horns. Paradife loft. Euphrof. And does not the Light, thus...
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A Letter to Mr. Mason: On the Marks of Imitation

Richard Hurd, William Mason - Imitation (in literature) - 1757 - 76 pages
...fuppos'd Imitator. We can determine with little certainty, Jiow far the principal Greek writers have been indebted to Imitation. We trace the waters of...draw light. The Greek writers then were, or for any thing we can fay, might be Original. But we can rarely affirm this of any other. And i the reafon is...
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A Letter to Mr. Mason: On the Marks of Imitation

Richard Hurd - 1757 - 76 pages
...far •the principal Greek writers have been indebted to Imitation. We trace the waters of Helicon na higher than to their fource. And we acquiefce, with,...draw light. The Greek writers then were, or for any thing We can fay, might be Original. But we can rarely affirm this of any other. And the reafon is...
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The Young Gentleman and Lady's Philosophy,: In a Continued Survey of the ...

Benjamin Martin - Science - 1772
...receive, And drink the liquid Light ; firm to retain Her gather' d Beams : Great Palace now of Light; Hither, as to their Fountain, other Stars Repairing in their golden Urns draw L'tght ; And hence the Morning Planet gilds her Hornt> PARADIsE LOsT. Enphrof. And does not the Light,...
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