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" tis ftrange, dear fir, that this fhould be In you amufement, but a fault in me. All this is bare refining on a name, To make a difference where the fault's the fame. My father fold me to your fervice here, For this fine livery, and four pounds a year. "
Works: In English Verse - Page 226
by Horace - 1767
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The Student: Or, The Oxford and Cambridge Monthly Miscellany, Volume 2

Christopher Smart - College students' writings, English - 1751 - 448 pages
...eager love: And yet that mighty honour to obtain, BANKS, SHAFTSBURY, DODINGTONT may fend invain.Before you go, we curfe the noife you make, And blefs the moment that you turn your back. Meantime your flock depriv'd of heav'nly food, As we of carnal, ftarve and ftray abroad : Left to your...
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The Poetical Calendar, Containing a Collection of Scarce and ..., Volumes 9-10

Francis Fawkes - English poetry - 1763 - 276 pages
...high refpeft, it feems, and eager love : And yet, that mighty honour to obtain, Banks, Shaftefljury, Dodington may fend in vain. Before you go, we curfe...love good eating, and I take my glafs : But fure 'tis ftrange, dear fir, that this mould be In you amufement, but a fault in me. /*!! this is .bare refining...
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The Oxford Sausage: Select Poetical Pieces

Thomas Warton - College verse - 1764 - 222 pages
...Your high Refpeft, it feems, and eager Love: And yet that mighty Honour to obtain, Banks, Shaft/bury, Dodington, may fend in vain. Before you go, we curfe...make, And blefs the Moment that you turn your Back. Meantime your Flock depriv'd of heav'nly Food, As we of carnal, flarve and ftray abroad: Left to your...
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The Oxford Sausage: Or, Select Poetical Pieces, Written by the Most ...

Oxford sausage - English poetry - 1766 - 196 pages
...and ftray abroad : Left to your Care by Providence in vain, You leave them all to Providence again. As for myfelf, I own it to your Face, I love good Eating. and I take my Glais : But fure 'tis ftrange, dear Sir, that one Ihould be In you amufement but a Crime in me. Ail...
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A Collection of the Most Esteemed Pieces of Poetry, that Have Appeared for ...

Moses Mendez - English poetry - 1770 - 334 pages
...refpeft, it feems, and eager love : And yet, that mighty honour to obtain, Banks, Shaftefbury, Doddington may fend in vain. Before you go, we curfe the noife...you turn your back : As for myfelf, I own it to your f.tce, I love good eating, and I take my glafs : But fure 'tis ftrange, dear fir, that this mould be...
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The Oxford Sausage, Or Select Poetical Pieces, Written by the Most ...

Thomas Warton - College verse, English - 1772 - 268 pages
...and ftray abroad : Left to your Care by Providence in vain, You leave them all to Providence again. As for myfelf, I own it to your Face, I love good Eating, and I take my Glafs : But fore 'tis ftrange, dear Sir, that one mould be In you Amufement, but a Crime in me. All this is bare...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical ..., Volumes 39-40

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1779
...in vain. Before you go, we curfe the noife you make, And blefs the moment that you turn your back i As for myfelf, I own it to your face, I love good eating, and I take my glafs ! But fure 'tis ftrange, dear fir, that this fhould be In you amufement, but a fault in me. All this is bare refining...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 43

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1779 - 432 pages
...refpeft, it feems, and eager love i And yet, that mighty honour to obtain, Banks, Shaftefbury, Doddington, may fend in vain. Before you go, we curfe the noife you make, And blefs the moment that you turti your back i As for tnyfelf, I own it to your face, I love good eating, and I take my glafs i...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Volume 52

English poets - 1790 - 364 pages
...refpeft, it feems, and eager love : And yet, that mighty honour to obtain, Banks, Shaftefbury, Doddington, may fend in vain. Before you go, we curfe the noife...face, I love good eating, and I take my glafs : But lure 'tis ftrange, dear fir, that this fhould be In you amufement, but a fault in me. All this is bare...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 12

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810 - 546 pages
...you go, we curse the noise you make, ^ And bless the moment that you turn your back ; As for myself, I own it to your face, \ I love good eating, and I take my glass : But sure 'tis strange, dear sir, that this should be In you amusement, but a fault in me. All...
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