Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to Churchill ...

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Strona 155 - whisper'd by the warbling Lute. Sharp Violins proclaim V. Their jealous pangs and desperation. Fury, frantic indignation. Depth of pains, and height of passion, For the fair disdainful dame. VI. But, oh! what art can teach, What human voice can reach, The sacred Organ's praise ? Notes inspiring holy love, Notes that wing their
Strona 156 - Notes that wing their heav'nly ways To mend the choirs above. VII. Orpheus could lead the savage race, And trees uprooted left their place, Sequacious of the Lyre; But bright Cecilia rais'd the wonder higher, When to her Organ vocal breath was giv'n; An angel heard, and straight appear'd, Mistaking earth for heav'n. GRAND
Strona 156 - VI. But, oh! what art can teach, What human voice can reach, The sacred Organ's praise ? Notes inspiring holy love, Notes that wing their heav'nly ways To mend the choirs above. VII. Orpheus could lead the savage race, And trees
Strona 156 - As from the pow'r of sacred lays The spheres began to move, And sung the great Creator's praise. To all the blest above; So when the last and dreadful hour This crumbling pageant shall devour,
Strona 135 - Oppida moliri; leges incidere ligno. Sic honor et nomen divinis vatibus atque 4< Carminibus venit. post hos insignis Homerus Tyrtaeusque mares animos in Martia bella Versibus exacuit. dictae per carmina sortes: Et vitae monstrata via est: et gratia regum Pieriis tentata modis: ludusque repertus, Et longorum operum finis : ne forte pudori
Strona 190 - Oh last and best of Scots: who didst maintain Thy country's freedom from a foreign reign; New people fill the land, now thou art gone, New gods the temples, and new kings the throne. Scotland and thee did each in other live: Nor wouldst thou her, nor could she thee survive. Farewell! who dying
Strona 46 - cultivated thus at length, But what we gain'd in skill we lost in strength. Our builders were with want of genius curs'd; The second temple was not like the first; Till you, the best Vitruvius, come at length. Our beauties equal but
Strona 156 - uprooted left their place, Sequacious of the Lyre; But bright Cecilia rais'd the wonder higher, When to her Organ vocal breath was giv'n; An angel heard, and straight appear'd, Mistaking earth for heav'n. GRAND CHORDS. As from the pow'r of sacred lays The spheres began to move, And sung the great Creator's praise. To all the
Strona 123 - veniret ad aures, Spondeos stabiles in jura paterna recepit, Commodus et patiens: non ut de sede secunda Cederet aut quarta socialiter. hie et in Acci Nobilibus trimetris apparet rarus, et Ennl. In scenam missos magno cum pondere versus,
Strona 132 - decies repetita placebit. O major juvenum, quamvis et voce paterna Fingeris ad rectum, et per te sapis, hoc tibi dictum Tolle memor: certis medium et tolerabile rebus Recte concedi. consultus juris, et actor Causarum mediocris, abest virtute diserti

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