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" Who now appear'd but one continu'd wound. With dropping tears his bitter fate he moans, And fills the mountain with his dying groans. His servants with a piteous look he spies, And turns about his supplicating eyes. "
The Works of the English Poets: Addison - Страница 153
по Samuel Johnson - 1779
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Poetical Miscellanies: Consisting of Original Poems and Translations

Sir Richard Steele - 1714 - 318 страници
...of the Pack, that prefs'd Clofe at his Heels, and fpruug before the reft, Had faften'don him, ftrait another Pair Hung on his wounded Haunch, and held...all the Pack came up, and every Hound Tore the fad Huntfman,.grov'ling on the Ground, That now he feem'd'butone continu'd Wound. .. , Be feels hisrav'nous...

The Universal magazine of knowledge and pleasure, Том 16

1755
...Nor voice, nor words, the brutal tongue. fupplies, From (homing men, and horns, and dogs he flies, Deafen'd and ftunn'd with their promifcuous cries. When now the fleeteft of the pack that prefs'd Clofe at his heels, and fprung before the reft, Had faften'd on him, ftraight another pair...

Preface. Poems on several occasions. An essay on Virgil's Georgics

Joseph Addison - 1765
...promifcuous cries. _ • ** » When now the fieeteft of the pack, that preft Clofe at his heels, and Iprung before the reft, Had faften'd on him, ftraight another...and held him there, 'Till all the pack came up, and ev'ry hound "1 Tore the lad huntfman grov'iing on the ground, I Who now appear'd but one continu'd...

Preface. Poems on several occasions. An essay on Virgil's Georgics

Joseph Addison - 1765
...flies, Deafen'd and ftunn'dwith their promiicuous cries. _ When POEMS on feveral OCCASIONS. 2?o Os .When now the fleeteft of the pack, that preft Clofe...and held him there, 'Till all the pack came up, and ev'ry hound ~l Tore the fad huntfman grov'ling on the ground, I Who now appear'd but one continu'd...

The Miscellaneous Works: In Verse and Prose, of the Right Honourable Joseph ...

Joseph Addison - 1773
...and horns, and dogs he flies, Deafen'd and ftun'd with their promifcuous cries. "When now thefleeteft of the pack, that preft Clofe at his heels, and fprung...and held him there, 'Till all the pack came up, and ev'ry hound Tore the fad huntfinan grov'ling on the ground, Who now appear'd but one continu'd wound....

The Poetical Works of Joseph Addison: With the Life of the Author..

Joseph Addison - 1778 - 228 страници
...Deafen'd and (hinn'd with thejr promifeuous cries. j When now the fleeteft of the pack, that prefs'd 385 Clofe at his heels, and fprung before the reft, Had faften'd on him. ftraight another pair Hong on his wounded haunch, and held him there. Till all the pack came up, and ev'iy hound tSy~) Tore...

Bell's Edition, Томове 57–58

John Bell - 1784
...Deafen'd and ilunn'.l with their promifeuouseries. J When now the fleeteft of the patk, that prefa'd 185 Clofe at his heels, and fprung before the reft, Had...on him, ftraight another pair Hung on his wounded hauneh, and held him there, Till all the paek eame up, and ev'ry hound 289 ~t Tore the fad buntfman...

The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Том 30

English poets - 1790
...voice nor words the brutal tongue fupplies ; 1 From fhoutin'j men, and horns, and dogs, he flies, > Deafen'd and ftunn'd with their promifcuous cries....the reft, Had faften'd on him, ftraight another pair li'jng on his wounded haunch, and held him there, Till all the pack came up, and every hound Tore the...

A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain..: Parnell. Garth. Rowe ...

1795
...preft Cafe at his heels, and fprung before the reft, Hid fiften'd on him, flraight another pair Hangen his wounded haunch, and held him there, Till all the pack came up, and every hound ) T»rethe fad huntfman grovelling on the ground, > Vho DOW appear'd but one continued wound, j Wi:h...

The works of ... Joseph Addison, collected by mr. Tickell, Том 6

Joseph Addison - 1804
...the pack, that press'd Close at his heels, and sprung before the rest, Had fasten'd on him, straight another pair Hung on his wounded haunch, and held him there, Till all the pack came up, and ev'ry hound Tore the sad huntsman grov'ling on the ground, Who now appear'd but one continu'd wound....




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