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Pagina 2 - I look'd again, nor could their trace be found. Critics I saw, that other names deface, And fix their own, with labour, in their place : Their own, like others, soon their place resign'd, Or disappear'd. and left the first behind. Nor was the work impair'd by storms alone, But felt th...
Pagina 10 - Do thou, just goddess, call our merits forth, And give each deed th' exact intrinsic worth." " Not with bare justice shall your act be crown'd. (Said Fame), but high above desert renown'd : Let fuller notes th' applauding world amaze, And the loud clarion labour in your praise.
Pagina 94 - ... the stations of men. The high and the low, the rich and the poor, the wise and the ignorant, when the...
Pagina 10 - Ambitious fools ! (the queen replied, and frown'd) Be all your acts in dark oblivion drown'd ; There sleep forgot, with mighty tyrants gone, Your statues moulder'd, and your names unknown!" A sudden cloud straight snatch'd them from my sight, And each majestic phantom sunk in night. Then came the smallest tribe I yet had seen ; Plain was their dress, and modest was their mien :
Pagina 11 - Slaves to yourselves, and e'en fatigu'd with ease, Who lose a length of undeserving days, Would you usurp the lover's dear-bought praise ? To just contempt, ye vain pretenders, fall, The people's fable, and the scorn of all.
Pagina 4 - Whom sceptre'd slaves in golden harness drew : His hands a bow and pointed javelin hold ; His giant limbs are arm'd in scales of gold.
Pagina 8 - Alcseus' manly rage t' infufe The fofter fpirit of the Sapphic Mufe. The polifli'd pillar difPrent fculptures grace, A work outlawing monumental brafs. Here fmiling loves and Bacchanals appear, The Julian ftar, and great Auguftus here: The doves, that round the infant poet fpread Myrtles and bays, hang hov'ring o'er his head.
Pagina 19 - Prifcius, who was neither her hufband, nor gallant, nor relation; neither weeping, rejoicing, nor mourning, erected this, which is neither a fabric, a pyramid, nor a tomb, but all three ; but to whom, he knows, and yet knoweth not.
Pagina 7 - The figur'd games of Greece the column grace, Neptune and Jove furvey the rapid race. The youths hang o'er their chariots as they run ; The fiery fteeds feem ftarting from the ftone ; The champions in diftorted poftures threat ; 220 And all appear'd irregularly great.