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" THE MAN AND THE FLEA. WHETHER on earth, in air, or main, Sure every thing alive is vain! Does not the hawk all fowls survey, As destined only for his prey ? And do not tyrants, prouder things, Think men were born for slaves to kings? When the crab views... "
The complete fabulist: or, A choice collection of moral and entertaining ... - Страница 135
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Fables

John Gay - 1728 - 194 страници
...difgrace; Who cherifhes a brutal mate Shall mourn the folly foon or late. FABLE XLIX. The MAN and the FLEA. WHether on earth, in air, or main, Sure ev'ry thing...alive is vain! Does not the hawk all fowls furvey, At deftin'd only for his prey ? And do not tyrants, prouder things, Think men were born for flaves...

Fables

John Gay - 1737 - 194 страници
...cherifhes a brutal mate Shall mourn the folly foon or late. FABLE FABLE XLIX. The MAN and the FLE A." WHETHER on earth, in air, or main, Sure ev'ry thing...fowls furvey, As deftin'd only for his prey ? And And do not tyrants, prouder things, Think men were born for flaves to kings ? When the crab views the...

Fables

John Gay - 1746 - 194 страници
...brutal mate Shall mourn the folly foon or late. 185 86 FABLE XLIX. 'The MAN and the FLE A. YTTHETHERon earth, in air, or main, Sure ev'ry thing alive is...kings ? When the crab views the pearly ftrands, Or TaguSy bright with golden fands, Or crawks befide the coral grove, And hears the ocean roll above ;...

The Works of Mr. John Gay: In Four Volumes. To which is Added an Account of ...

John Gay - 1770
...late,. , , . FAB LE XLIX. The MAN and the, WHether.on earth, in air, or main, ;- •' Sure ev'ry tJving -alive is vain ! Does not the hawk all fowls furvey,...prey ? And do not tyrants, prouder things, Think men were-born for flaves to kings ?' E 4 When When the crab views the pearly ftrands, Or TAGUS, bright...

Fables

John Gay - 1772 - 240 страници
...a brutal mate, Shall mourn the folly foon or late. FABLE XLIX. The MAN and the FLEA. •«T THether on earth, in air, or main, Sure ev'ry thing alive...kings ? When the crab views the pearly ftrands, Or TACUS, bright with golden fands ; Or crawls beiide the coral grove, And hears the ocean roll above;...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces ..., Том 42, Страница 2

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...MAN AND THE FLEA. tTTHETHER on earth, in air, or main, Sure every thing alive is vain !. • Dot's not the Hawk all fowls furvey, As deftin'd only for...prey ? And do not tyrants, prouder things, • Think meji were born for Haves to Things? When the Crab views the pearly ftrands, Or Tagus, bright with golden...

The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Том 37

English poets - 1790
...mourn the folly foon or late." FABLE XLIX. THE MAN AND THE FLEA. on earth, in air, or main. Sure^very thing alive is vain ! Does not the Hawk all fowls...for his prey? And do not tyrants, prouder things, r Think men were born for flaves to kings ? Whtn When the Crab views the pearly ftrauds, Or Tagus,...

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

Vicesimus Knox - 1791
...in air, or main, Sure cv'ry thing alive is vain' Does not the hawk all fowls. Curve/ , As dellin'd only for his prey ? And do not tyrants, prouder things, Think men were born for (laves to kings ' When the crab views the pearly ftrands,Or Tagus, bright with golden lands ; Or crawls...

Fables, Том 1

John Gay - 1793 - 256 страници
...cherifhes a brutal mate Shall mourn the folly foon or late. FABLE XLIX. THE MAN AND THE FLEA. TX7HETHER on earth, in air, or main, Sure ev'ry thing alive is vain! Does not the hawk all fowls rurvey, As deftin'd only for his prey ? And do not tyrants, prouder things, Think men were born for...

A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain..: Pope. Gay. Pattison ...

1794
...main, Sure every thing alive is vain '. Docs not the hawk all fowls fumy, As dcflin'd only for hie prey ? And do not tyrants, prouder things, Think men were born for Have« to tang* ? When the crab views the pearly (Iranc1, Or Tagus, bright with golden finds, Or crawls...




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