חיפוש חיפוש תמונות מפות YouTube חדשות Gmail Drive יומן עוד »
כניסה
ספרים ספרים 1 - 10 מתוך 21 עבור ... phantoms of the night, What had been said, I ask'd my soul, what done; How flow'd....
" ... phantoms of the night, What had been said, I ask'd my soul, what done; How flow'd our mirth, and whence the source begun ? Perhaps the jest that charm'd the sprightly... "
Solomon de mundi vanitate: poema - עמוד 13
מאת Matthew Prior, William Dobson - 1734
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

Poems on Several Occasions

Matthew Prior, Elizabeth Singer Rowe - 1718 - 506 דפים
...laugh fo loud, To fome falfe Notion ovv'd it's poor Pretence, To an ambiguous Word's perverted Senfe, To a wild Sonnet, or a wanton Air, Offence and Torture...pleafing Stream was brought . From this Man's Error, from another's Fault j From Topics which Good-nature would forget, And Prudence mention with the laft Regret....
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

Meditations and Contemplations: In Two Volumes, כרך 2

James Hervey - 1748
...Sun is brightened by flaming on their gilded Chariots ? They difcern not that great and S 2 adorable To a wild Sonnet, or a wanton Air, Offence and Torture...pleafing Stream was brought From this Man's Error, from another's Fault ; e would forget, ,ft Regret. A IWAU UU9 iyi.au a J^JAVl, Allfin Oliuilici 3 I HUJL...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

Cato; Or, An Essay on Old Age, כרך 1

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1774
...notion o.iv'd its poor pretence ; To an ambiguous word's perverted fenfe ; L 4 JV To a .wild foxnet or a wanton air; Offence and torture to the fober ear. Perhaps, alas! the p leafing Jlream wasbrimght, From this man's err or, from another* s fault ; From topics which good-nature...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

Poems on Several Occasions

Matthew Prior - 1777 - 230 דפים
...fame fa-lfe notion ow*d its poor pretence, To an ambiguous word's perverted fenfe, To a wild -fonnet, or a wanton air, Offence and torture to the fober ear. "Perhaps, alas ! the plealing ftream was brought From this man's error, from another's fault ; From topics which good-nature...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

The Poetical Works of Matthew Prior, כרך 2

Matthew Prior - 1779
...feme falfe notion ow'd its poor pretence, To an ambiguous word's perverted fenfe, To a wild fonnet, or a wanton air, Offence and torture to the fober ear: Perhaps, alas ! the pleafmg ftream was brought From this man's «rror, from another's fault ; From topics which good-nature...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

Cato: and Lælius : or, Essays on old age and friendship, כרך 1

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1785
...-wild fonnct or a wanton air ; Offence and torture to the feber ear. Perhaps, alas ! the pleafmg jlream was brought From this man's error, from another' s...good-nature would forget, And prudence mention with the lajl regret. Montag. iii. 430. ed. par Cofle. Plut. in Vit. Caton. Prior's Solomon, B. ii. (55) A celebrated...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, כרך 15

1819
...laugh so loud, To some false notion ow'd its poor pretence, To an ambiguous word's perverted sense, To a wild sonnet, or a wanton air, Offence and torture to the sober ear. Perhaps, alas! the pleasing stream was brought From this man's error, from another's fault;...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

Select Works of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critical ..., כרך 1

John Aikin - 1820 - 807 דפים
...laugh so loud, To some false notion ow'd its poor pretence, To an ambiguous word's perverted sense, whence the shattered * crowding waves gush with impetuous sober ear : Perhaps, alas ! the pleasing stream was brought From this man's crrour, from another's...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

Select Works of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critical ..., כרך 4

John Aikin - 1821 - 807 דפים
...laugh so loud, To some false notion ow'd its poor pretence, To an ambiguous word's perverted sense, To a wild sonnet, or a wanton air, Offence and torture to the sober ear : Perhaps, alas ! the pleasing stream was brought From this man's error, from another's fault...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה

The British Poets: Including Translations ...

1822
...laugh so loud, To some false notion owed its poor pretence, To an ambiguous word's perverted sense, To a wild sonnet, or a wanton air, Offence and torture to the sober ear. Perhaps, alas ! the pleasing stream was brought From this man's error, from another's fault...
תצוגה מלאה - מידע על ספר זה




  1. הספרייה שלי
  2. עזרה
  3. חיפוש מתקדם של ספרים
  4. הורד את ePub
  5. להורדת קובץ PDF