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" I HATE the man who builds his name On ruins of another's fame: Thus prudes, by characters o'erthrown, Imagine that they raise their own; Thus scribblers, covetous of praise, Think slander can transplant the bays. Beauties and bards have equal pride, With... "
The Works of Mr. John Gay: In Four Volumes. To which is Added an Account of ... - Страница 96
по John Gay - 1770
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Fables

John Gay - 1728 - 194 страници
...or fmiles-of fcorn; Teaz'd into wrath, what patience bears The noify fool who perfeveres? ^ P ABLE XLV. The POET and the ROSE. I Hate the man who builds...his name On ruins of another's fame. Thus prudes by characters o'erthrown Imagine that they raife their own j Thus fcriblers, covetous of praifc, Think...

Fables

John Gay - 1737 - 194 страници
...talking ever prone, Are fure to make their follies known. FABLE FABLE POET and the Ro s E*. Ill ATE the man who builds his name On ruins of another's fame. Thus prudes by eharafters o'erthrown [magine that they raife their own t Thus fcriblers, covetous of praife, Think...

Fables

John Gay - 1746 - 194 страници
...talking ever prone, Are fure to make their follies known. 1 7 r FABLE XLV. ffie POET and the R os E. ¿f HATE the man who builds his name On ruins of another's fame. Thus prudes by characters o'erthrown' own: N Thus fcriblers, covetous of praife, Think (lander can tranfplant the...

Fables of Mr. John Gay, with an Italian translation, by Gian Francesco Giorgetti

John Gay - 1773 - 365 страници
...Biafmar fogliono i rivali. FABLE XXX. . » • . i . The PoET and the R os E. • - . • •' • 1 HATE the man who builds his name On ruins of another's fame. Thus prudes, by characters o'erthrown, Imagine that they raife their own. Thus Scribblers, covetous of praife, Think...

The Works of the English Poets: Gay

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...talking ever prone, j>. Are fure to make their follies known." FABLE XLV. THE POET AND THE ROSB. TH ATE the man who builds his name. On ruins of another's fame. Thus prades, by charafters o'erthrown, Imagine that tliey raife their own. Thus fcribblers, covetous of...

Elegant Extracts; Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry ..., Том 1

Vicesimus Knox - 1791
...talking ever prone, Arc furc to make their follies known. § 180. Fable XLV. the Poet ar.dthe Roft. T HATE the man who builds his name •*• On ruins of another's fame. j^Thus prudes, by characters o'erthrown, ^Imagine that they raife their own. Thus fcribblers, covetous...

Fables by the Late Mr. Gay. In One Volume Complete

John Gay - 1792 - 232 страници
...mingled with the reftj. And ne'er thy foolifh nofe confeft. But fools to talking ever prone, Are fure to make their follies known. FABLE XLV. The POET and...his name On ruins of another's fame. Thus prudes, by characters o'erthrown, Imagine that they raife their own. Thus Scriblers, covetous of praife, Think...

The english anthology.

1793
...to his kind, My fowls Hull future fafety find, * Strei 1088; dyed 1731. U a THE POET AND THE ROSE. 1 HATE the man who builds his name On ruins of another's...o'erthrown, Imagine that they raife their own: Thus fcribblers, covetous of praife, 5 Think flander can tranfplant the bays. Beauties and bards have equal...

The English Anthology ...

Joseph Ritson - 1793 - 334 страници
...fubmit to fate That grtat ones may enjoy their ftatt. 40 * Garth'i Difpcnfary. THE POET AND THE ROS1. 1 HATE the man who builds his name On ruins of another's fame. Thus prudes by characters o'erthrown, Imagine that they raife their own : Thus fcribblers, covetous of praife, 5 Think...

Elegant edition of fables by John Gay, with the life of the author

John Gay - 1796
...; But fools, to talking ever prone, Are sure to make their follies known. THIS POET AND THE ROSE. 1 HATE the man who builds his name On ruins of another's fame. Thus prudes, by characters o'erthrown, Imagine that they ratse their own: Thus scribblers, covetous of praise, Think...




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