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" While partial Fame doth with her blasts adorn Such deeds alone as pride and pomp disguise; Deeds of ill sort, and mischievous emprize... "
A Collection of Poems: In Six Volumes - Page 260
1765
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Poems on Several Occasions: Written in the Eighteenth Century

Kathleen Winifred Campbell - 1926 - 224 pages
...to espy, Lost in the dreary shades of dull obscurity. II In ev'ry village mark'd with little spire, Embow'r'd in trees, and hardly known to Fame, There dwells, in lowly shed, and mean attire, A matron old, whom we School-mistress name ; Who boasts unruly brats with birch...
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Nature and the Country in English Poetry of the First Half of the Eighteenth ...

C. E. de Haas - 1928 - 334 pages
...of ill sort, and mischievous emprize! Lend me thy clarion, goddess! let me try To sound the praise of merit, ere it dies; Such as I oft have chaunced to espy, Lost in the dreary shades of dull obscurity. II. In ev'ry village mark'd with little spire, Embow'r'd...
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Nature and the Country in English Poetry of the First Half of the Eighteenth ...

C. E. de Haas - 1928 - 322 pages
...of ill sort, and mischievous emprize! Lend me thy clarion, goddess! let me try To sound the praise of merit, ere it dies; Such as I oft have chaunced to espy, Lost in the dreary shades of dull obscurity. r II. In ev'ry village mark'd with little spire,...
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