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" For danger's his diversion ; The wise will think you in the right, Not to expose your person : Nor vex your thoughts how to repair The ruins of your glory ; You ought to leave so mean a care To those who pen your story. "
The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical - Страница 205
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Examen Poeticum: Being the Third Part of Miscellany Poems, Containing ...

1706 - 448 страници
...G?//4'sfwither'd Arms •*• As mighty 'Lewis lay, Shecry'd, if I have any Charms, My Dearcft let's away. For you, my Love, is all my Fear, Hark how the Drums do Rattle: Alas, Sir .' what mou'd you do here In dreadful Day of Battel ? Let little Orange flay and fight, For Danger's his Diverfionj...

The arts of logick and rhetorick [adapted by J. Oldmixon from La manière de ...

John Oldmixon, Dominique Bouhours - 1728
...hair'd Celia'* withered drmsf As mighty Lewis lay ; She cry'd, if I have any Charms, My dearefl let's away. For you, my Love, is all my Fear, Hark how the 2)rums do rattle, Mas, Sir, what jboud you do here In dreadful %)ay of flattie. Nor vex your "Thoughts...

A select collection of poems: with notes [by J. Nichols].

Select collection - 1780
...grey-hair'd Celia's wither'd arms •^ As mighty Lewis la}', She cry'd, " If I have anv charms, My dcareft, let 's away ! For you, my love, is all my fear, Hark how the drums do rattle; Alas, fir I what fliould you do here In dreadful day of battle? Let little Orange flay and fight, For danger...

The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Том 33

English poets - 1790
...Celia's wither' d arm$ •*• As mighty Lewis lay, She cry'd, " If I have any charms, My deareft, let's away] For you, my love, is all my fear, Hark how the drums do rattle ; Alas, fir ! what mould you do here In dreadful day of battle ? Let little Orange flay and fight, For danger's...

A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain..: Dryden. Rochester ...

1793
...As mighty Lewis lay, She cry'd, If 1 have any charms, My dcareft, lei's away. For you, my Love, it all my fear : Hark how the drums do rattle ! Alas, Sir ! what mould you do here In dreadful day of battle ? Let little Orange flay and fight,' For danger's his divcrfion...

The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical ...

Robert Anderson - 1795
...hair'd Cxlia's wilhcr'd arms As mighty Lewis lay, Sbo cry'd. If I have arty oharm!, My deareft, let's away. • For you, my Love, is all my fear,'. Hark...Sir ! what fliould you do here In dreadful day of ban k ? Let little Orange flay and fight,! For danger's his diverCon ; The wife will think you in the...

Waller, Butler, Rochester, Roscommon, Otway, Pomfret, Dorset, Stepney, J ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...grey-hairM Cslia's withr Hd arms As mighty Lewis lay, J3he cry'd, " If I have any charms, My dearest, let 's away. For you, my love, is all my fear ! Hark, how the drums do rattle ! Alas, sir ! what should you do here In dreadful day of battle 2 ' Let little Orange stay and fight, For danger 's his...

The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the ..., Том 8

Alexander Chalmers - 1819
...grey-hair'd (Vim's wither'd arms As mighty Lewis lay, She cry'd, " If I have any charms. My dearest, let 's away. ' For you, my love, is all my fear ! Hark, how the drums do rattle ! Mas, sir ! what should you do here In dreadful day of battle ? Let little Orange stay and fight,...

A journey to Paris in the year 1698

Martin Lister - 1823
...particularly in the octagon saloon, are tables of marble, or rather agate, for they may be compared „ 2. For you, my love, is all my fear, Hark ! how the drums do rattle ; Alas, Sir! what should you do here In dreadful day of battle ? 3. Let little Orange stay and fight, For danger's his...

The poetical works of Matthew Prior, with memoir and critical dissertation ...

1858
...grey-haired Celia's withered arms As mighty Lewis lay, She cried, ' If I have any charms, My dearest, let 's away ! For you, my love, is all my fear, Hark how the drums do rattle ; Alas, sir ! what should you do here In dreadful day of battle ? Let little Orange stay and fight, For danger 's his...




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