The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, Том 28
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Страница 402 - When first we from the teeming womb were brought, With inborn precepts then our souls were fraught, And then the Maker his new creatures taught. Then when he form'd, and gave us to be men, He gave us all our useful knowledge then.
Страница 231 - Thou know'st not I am he to whom 'tis given Never to want the care of watchful heaven. Obedient fortune waits my humble thrall, And, always ready, comes before I call. Let winds, and seas, loud wars at freedom wage, And waste upon themselves their empty rage ; A stronger, mightier dromon is thy friend, Thou and thy bark on Cesar's fate depend.
Страница 401 - Their will has been thy law, and thou hast kept it well. Fate bids thee now the noble thought improve ; Fate brings thee here to meet and talk with Jove. Inquire betimes what various chance shall come To impious Caesar and thy native Rome ; Try to avert, at least, thy country's doom.
Страница 206 - In loud applause the pleas'd assembly join, And to the glorious task the chief assign: His country's fate they trust to him alone, And bid him fight Rome's battles, and his own. Next, to their friends their thanks are dealt around. And some with gifts, and some with praise are crown'd : Of these the chief are Rhodes, by Phosbus lovM, And Sparta rough, in virtue's lore approv'd. Of Athens much they speak; Massilia's aid Is with her parent Phocis
Страница 399 - Rome ador'd, A form uncouth, stands Heaven's almighty lord. No regal ensigns grace his potent hand, Nor shakes he there the lightning's flaming brand: But, ruder to behold, a horned ram Belies the god, and Ammon is his name. There though he reigns...
Страница 401 - Where would thy fond, thy vain inquiry go? What mystic fate, what secret would'st thou know? Is it a doubt if death should be my doom, Rather than live till kings and bondage come, Rather than see a tyrant crown'd in Rome? Or would'st thou know if, what we value here, Life, be a trifle hardly worth our care? What by old age and length of days we gain, More than to lengthen out the sense of pain? Or if this world, with all its forces...
Страница 417 - Where'er the liquid juices find a way There streams of blood, there crimson rivers stray ; His mouth and gushing nostrils pour a flood ; And ev'n the pores ooze out the trickling blood; In the red deluge all the parts lie...
Страница 384 - Your hands neglect to wield the shining sword, Nor can you fight but for a king and lord. Some mighty chief you want, for whom to sweat; Yourselves you know not, or at least forget...
Страница 422 - For the proud banquet, stood the hall prepar'd: Thick golden plates the latent beams infold, And the high roof was fretted o'er with gold: Of solid marble all the walls were made, And onyx e'en the meaner floor inlay'd-; While porphyry and agat, round the court, In massy columns, rose a proud support.
Страница 310 - Bounds from the hill, and thunders down tlie vale; Old Pelion's caves the doubling roar return, And Oeta's rocks and groaning Pindus mourn; From pole to pole the tumult spreads afar; And the .world trembles at the distant war. Now flit the thrilling darts through liquid air, And various vows from various masters bear: Some...