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Seite 233 - O, how this spring of love resembleth The uncertain glory of an April day ; Which now shows all the beauty of the sun, And by and by a cloud takes all away ! Re-enter PANTHINO.
Seite 285 - O'er flower and tree loud hums the bee, And the wild kid sports merrily. The sun is bright, the sky is clear: Wake, lady, wake! and hasten here. Up! maiden fair, and bind thy hair, And rouse thee in the breezy air! The lulling stream that soothed thy dream Is dancing in the sunny beam. Waste...
Seite 285 - Long have the rooks cawed round thy Tower On flower and tree, loud hums the bee! The wilding kid sports merrily! A day so bright, so fresh, so clear, Shineth when good fortune 's near!
Seite 258 - If the devil ever laughs it must be at hypocrites ; they are the greatest dupes he has ; they serve him better than any others, and receive no wages ; nay, what is still more extraordinary, they submit to greater misfortunes to go to Hell, than the sincerest Christian to go to Heaven.
Seite 258 - If the devil ever laughs, it must be at hypocrites} they are the greatest dupes he has ; they serve him better than any others, and receive no wages ; nay, what is stiE more extraordinary, they submit to greater mortifications to go TO hell, than the sincerest Christian to go to Heaven.
Seite 198 - I never framed a wish, or formed a plan, That flattered me with hopes of earthly bliss, But there I laid the scene. There early strayed My fancy, ere yet liberty of choice Had found me, or the hope of being free. My very dreams were rural, rural too...
Seite 123 - The sunne and the wind had shrunke his veins, I bit off a sinew, I clipped his haire, I brought off his ragges that danced in the ay re.
Seite 144 - Us both securer that thus warned thou seem'st, Go; for thy stay, not free, absents thee more; Go in thy native innocence ; rely On what thou hast of virtue, summon all: For God towards thee has done his part: do thine.
Seite 116 - The good or ill of men's lives comes more from their humours than their fortunes.

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