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" ... 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 - 1734
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Poems on Several Occasions..

Matthew Prior - 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....
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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...
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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...
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Poems on Several Occasions, כרך 2

Matthew Prior - 1777 - 231 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...
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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...
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Cato, or, An essay on old-age

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...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Lives of the Authors, כרך 15

Ezekiel Sanford - 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;...
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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...
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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...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - 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...
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