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" Though we deny imaginary grace, Founded on accidents of time and place ; Yet real worth of ev'ry growth shall bear Due praise, nor must we, Quin, forget thee there. His words bore sterling weight, nervous and strong In manly tides of sense they roll'd... "
The Life of Mr. James Quin, Comedian: With the History of the Stage from His ... - Página 80
1766 - 107 páginas
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen4

Edmund Burke - 1800
...words bore Iterling weight, nervous and ftrong ; In manly tides of fenfe they roll'd along. Hapfiy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No attor ever greater heights could reach la all the labour'd artifice of fpeec.h. Speech !...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1762
...thee there. His words bore fterling weight, nervous and Arong ; In manly tides of fenfe they roll'd along. Happy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No aftor ever greater heights could reach 1л ill the labourM artifice of fpeech. Speech ! Is...
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Annual Register, Volumen4

Edmund Burke - 1762
...thee there. His words bore fterling weight, nervous and ftrong ; In manly tides of fen fe they roll'd along. Happy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No aftorever greater heights could reach In all the labour' J artifice of (peech. Speech ! Is...
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Poems, Volumen1

Charles Churchill - 1764
...thee there. . His words bore fterling weight, nervous and ftrong ; In manly tides of fenfe they roll'd along. Happy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No No a£tor ever greater heights could reach In all the labour'd artifice of fpeech. Speech!...
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Poems, Volumen1

Charles Churchill - 1766
...they roll'd along. Happy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No actor ever greater heights could reach In all the labour'd artifice of fpeecru Speech ! Is that all ? — And fhall an actor found An univerfal fame on partial ground ? Parrots...
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The Rosciad. The apology. Night. The prophecy of famine. An epistle to ...

Charles Churchill - 1768
...thee there. His words bore fterling weight, nervous and flrong, In manly tides of fenfe they roll'd along. Happy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No ador ever greater heights could reach In all the labour'd artifice of fpeech. Speech ! Is...
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The Rosciad. The apology. The prophecy of famine, a Scots pastoral. An ...

Charles Churchill - 1774
...thee there. His words bore fterling weight, nervous and ftrong In manly tides of fenfe they roll'd along. Happy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No actor ever greater heights could reach In all the labour'd artifice of fpeech'. Speech !...
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Lady's Poetical Magazine, Or Beauties of British Poetry, Volumen1

1781
...there. His words bore fterling weight ; nervous and ftrong, 945 In manly tides of fenfe they roll'd along : Happy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No aftor ever greater heights could reach, In all the labour'd artifice of fpeech. 950 Speech...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Volumen66

English poets - 1790
...forget thee there. His words bore fterling wdght, nervous and ftrong In manly tides of fenfe they roll'd along. Happy in art, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numbers, yet not forfeit fenfe. No aftor ever greater heights could reach In all the labour'd artifice of fpeech. Speech ! Is...
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Bell's Edition, Volúmenes107-109

John Bell - 1793
...In manly tides of sense (hey roll'd along: Happy in ait, he chiefly had pretence To keep up numhers yet not forfeit sense. No actor ever greater heights...could reach In all the labour'd artifice of speech. 946 Speech I is that all ? — And shall an actor sound An universal fame on partial ground ? Parrots...
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