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עמוד 259 - Look round the habitable world, how few Know their own good, or knowing it pursue.
עמוד 130 - I had intended to have put in practice, though far unable for the attempt of such a poem, and to have left the stage, to which my genius never much inclined me, for a work which would have taken up my life in the performance of it. This too I had intended chiefly for the honour of my native country, to which a poet is particularly obliged.
עמוד 130 - King Arthur conquering the Saxons, which, being farther distant in time, gives the greater scope to my invention; or that of Edward the Black Prince, in subduing Spain, and restoring it to the lawful prince, though a great tyrant, Don Pedro the cruel...
עמוד 101 - till all the matter gone The flames no more ascend; for Earth supplies...
עמוד 122 - ... words may then be laudably revived, when either they are more sounding or more significant than those in practice ; and when their obscurity is taken away, by joining other words to them which clear the sense, according to the rule of Horace, for the admission of new words.
עמוד 173 - Scaliger says, only shows his white teeth, he cannot provoke me to any laughter. His urbanity, that is, his good manners, are to be commended, but his wit is faint; and his salt, if I may dare to say so, almost insipid.
עמוד 121 - But Prince Arthur, or his chief patron Sir Philip Sidney, whom he intended to make happy by the marriage of his Gloriana, dying before him, deprived the poet both of means and spirit to accomplish his design.
עמוד 277 - That all things weighs, and nothing can admire : That dares prefer the toils of Hercules To dalliance, banquet, and ignoble ease.
עמוד 263 - Nothing of this ; but our old Caesar sent A noisy letter to his parliament. Nay, sirs, if Caesar writ, I ask no more ; He's guilty, and the question's out of door. How goes the mob ? (for that's a mighty thing,) When the king's trump, the mob are for the king : They follow fortune, and the common cry Is still against the rogue condemn'd to die. But the same very mob, that rascal crowd, Had cried Sejanus, with a shout as loud, Had his designs (by fortune's favour blest) Succeeded, and the prince's...