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" tis to you My thanks for such distinguish'd claims are due ; You, unenslav'd to Nature's narrow laws, Warm championess for freedom's sacred cause, From all the dry devoirs of blood and line, . From ties maternal, moral and divine, Discharg'd my grasping... "
The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical - Страница 76
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Various poems. The wanderer, The triumph of mirth and health, and The ...

Richard Savage - 1761
...and his Mind hi;, own, O Mother, yet no Mother ! — 'tis to you, My Thanks for fuch diffinguifh'd Claims are due. You, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow Laws, Warm Championefs for Freedom's Sacred Caufe, From all the dry Devoirs of Blood and Line, From Ties Maternal, Moral and Divine, Difcharg'd...

The Beauties of English Poesy, Том 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1767
...unbiafs'd, and his mind his own. O Mother, yet no Mother—'tis to youi My thanks for fuch diftinguifh'd claims are due. You, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow...maternal, moral, and divine, Difcharg'd my grafping foul; pufh'd me from fhcre, And launch'd me into life without an oar. What had I loft, if, conjugally kind,...

The Works of Richard Savage, Esq: ... With an Account of the Life and ...

Richard Savage - 1777 - 298 страници
...his mind his own. O Mothen O Mother, yet no Mother !— 'tis to you, My thanks for fuch diftinguifh'd claims are due. You, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow...From ties -maternal, moral and divine, Difcharg'd my grafpingfoul ; pum'd me from fliore, And launch'd me into life without an oar. What had I loft, if...

The Lady's Poetical Magazine: Or, Beauties of British Poetry, Том 1

1781 - 510 страници
...and his mind his own '. ' O Mother, yet no mother ! 'tis to you, ' My thanks for fuch diftinguifh'd claims are due. ' You, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow...maternal, moral and divine, ' Difcharg'd my grafping foul, pufh'd me from more, ' And launch'd me into life without an oar. ' What had I loft, if conjugally kind,...

A Collection of Poems in Four Volumes, Том 3

G. Pearch, Robert Dodsley - 1783 - 322 страници
...aad his mind his own. O Mother, yet no mother ! — 'tis to you, My thanks for. fuch diftinguifh'd claims are due. You, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow laws, Warm championefs for Freedom's facied caufe, From all the dry devoirs of blood and line, From ties maternal, rnoral, acfd divine,...

The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Том 41

English poets - 1790
...unbiafs'd, and his mind his own. 20 O Mother, yet no Mother! 'tis to you, My thanks for fuch diflinguifh'd claims are due. You, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow...caufe, From all the dry devoirs of blood and line, 25 From ties maternal, moral and diiine, O 4 Difcharg'd Difcharg'd my grafping foul ; pufh'd me fromfhore,...

The english anthology.

1793
...and his mind his own. < 20 O Mother, yet no Mother !—'tis to you, My thanks for fuch diftinguifh'd claims are due. You, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow laws, Warm championefs for freedom's facrcd-caufe, From all the dry devoirs of blood and line, 25 From ties maternal, moral and divine,...

The English Anthology ...

Joseph Ritson - 1793 - 388 страници
...thanks for fuch diftinguifh'd claims are due. You, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow laws, Warm ohampionefs for freedom's facred caufe, From all the dry devoirs of blood and line, 25 From ties maternal, moral and divine, Difcharg'd my grafping foul ; pufti'd me from fliore, And...

Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry, Selected for ...

Vicesimus Knox - 1796 - 478 страници
...alTign'd no name : Nature's unbounded fon, he ftandi alone, His heart unb'ufs'd, and his roind hi* Own. О Mother, yet no Mother ! 'tis to you My thanks for...narrow laws, Warm championefs for Freedom's facred c.iufc, From all the dry devoirs of blood and line, From ties maternal, moral, and divine, Difcharg'd...

The works of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland. With prefaces ..., Том 5

Great Britain - 1804
...own. ao О Mother, yet no Mother ! 'tis to you, My thanks for fuch diilinguifh'd claims arc due. fou, unenflav'd to Nature's narrow laws, Warm championefs...Caufe, From all the dry devoirs of blood and line, ij; From ties maternal, moral and divine, Difcharg'd my grafping foul ; puih'd me from (bore, And launch'd...




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