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Страница 189 - And all that beauty, all that wealth, e'er gave, Await, alike, the inevitable hour : The paths of glory lead — but to the grave.
Страница 361 - Cromwel*, who had resolved for ever to abandon their native country, and fly to the other extremity of the globe ; where they might enjoy lectures and discourses of any length or form which pleased them. The King had afterwards full leisure to repent this exercise of his authority.
Страница 383 - So, when two dogs are fighting in the streets, With a third dog one of the two dogs meets, With angry teeth he bites him to the bone, And this dog smarts for what that dog had done.
Страница lvi - There shalt thou hear and learn the secret power Of harmony, in tones and numbers hit By voice or hand, and various-measured verse, jEolian charms and Dorian lyric odes...
Страница 420 - Mr. Melmoth is a happy example of the mild influence of learning on a cultivated mind ; I mean of that learning which is declared to be the aliment of youth, and the delight and consolation of declining years. Who would not envy this
Страница 31 - The well-wishers to their country are, above all things, desirous of the steady light of Literature, and of the dayspring from on high. Yet whatever they or we may hope, the horizon may perhaps be now illuminated with it's departing beams.
Страница 43 - Spiritus intus alit ; totamque infufa per artus Mens agitat molem, et magno fe corpore mifcet. Virg. JEn. 6. " The fpirit feeds it within ; and the foul, by infufion into every member, agitates the mafs, and blends itfelf intimately WITH THE WHOLE BODY.
Страница 242 - ... abilities and hope of England, that the author of THE MONK is a very young man? That forsooth he is a man of genius and fancy? So much the worse. That there are very poetical descriptions of castles and abbies in this novel? So much the worse again, the novel is more alluring on that account. Is this a time to poison the waters of our land in their springs and fountains? Are we to add incitement to incitement, and corruption to corruption, till there neither is, nor can be, a return to virtuous...
Страница 80 - tis a bold pretence To judgment, breeding, wit, and eloquence : Nay more ; for they muft look within, to find Thofe fecret turns of nature in the mind : Without this part, in vain would be the whole, And but a body all, without a foul.
Страница liv - And juft abandoning th' ungrateful ftage : Unprofitably kept at heaven's expence, I live a rent-charge on his providence : But you, whom every Mufe and Grace adorn, Whom I forefee to better fortune born, Be kind to my remains ; and O defend, Againft your judgment, your departed friend ! Let not th...