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" Description dreams — nay, similes are gone. What shall we then ? to please you how devise, Whose judgment sits not in your ears and eyes ? Thrice happy could we catch great Shakespeare's art, To trace the deep recesses of the heart... "
The Works of Mr. James Thomson: With His Last Corrections and Improvements ... - Page 137
by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch - 1802
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The Works of James Thomson: With His Last Corrections and ..., Volume 2

James Thomson - 1763
...fimilies are gone. What jhall we then ? to pleafe you how devife, .; •• .' Whoft judgment fits not in your ears and eyes ? Thrice happy! could we catch great Shakefpear'.r art, To trace the deep rfceffis of the heart; His fimple plain fublime, to which is given...
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The Works of James Thomson: With His Last Corrections and Improvements. ...

James Thomson - 1766
...Description, dreami—nay funilies art gone, Whatjballiat tlxn ? ts pleafe you hovi devife Whofe judgment fits not in your ears and eyes ? Thrice happy ! could <we catch great ShakefpearV art, To trace t/>f deep recejfcr of the heart; liisjtmple plain fuhliine, to which is given...
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The Theatrical Bouquet: Containing an Alphabetical Arrangement of the ...

1780 - 337 pages
...dreams, — nay, finules are gone. What fhall we then .' to pleafe you, how devife ? Whofc judgment fits not in your ears and eyes. Thrice happy ! could we catch great Sbaiefp care's art, To trace die deep recefles of the heart ; His fimplc, plain fublime; to whiih is...
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British Theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - 1792
...rhime. High rant is tumbled from his gallery throne ; Description, dreams-r-nay, similies are gone. What shall we then ? to please you how devise, Whose judgment sits not in your ears nor eyes ? Thrice happy! could vie catch great Shakspere's art, To trace the deep recesses of the heart...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 14

John Bell - 1797
...rhime. High rant is tumbled from his gallery throne; Description, dreams — nay, similics are gone. What shall we then ? to please you how devise, Whose judgment sits not in your ears nor eyes ? Thrice happy! could we catch great Shakspcrc's art, To trace the deep recesses of the heart;...
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The works of mr. James Thomson, to which is prefixed the life of ..., Volume 3

James Thomson - 1802
...in rhyme. High rant is tumbled from his gallery throne: Description dreams—nay, similies are gone. What shall we then ? to please you how devise Whose...with darted flame from heaven: Could we awake soft Olway's tender woe, The pomp of verso and golden lines of Rout. We to your hearts apply : let them...
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The modern British drama, Volume 2

British drama - 1811
...rhyme. High rant is tumbled from his gallery throne : Description, dreams — nay similies are gone. What shall we then ? to please you how devise, Whose judgment sits not in your ears nor eyes ? Thrice happy ! could we catch great Shakspeare's art, To trace the deep recesses of the...
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The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic ..., Volume 11

Thomas Dibdin - 1815
...devise, Whose judgment sits not in your ears nor eyes? Thrice happy! could we catch great Shakspeare's art, To trace the deep recesses of the heart : His simple, plain sublime, to which is gir'n To strike the soul with darted flame from hcav'n : Could we awake soft Otway's tender woe, ie...
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Elegant extracts in poetry, Volume 2

Elegant extracts - 1816
...dreams — nay, similes are zone. What shall we then ? to please you now devise, Whosejudgmentsits not in your ears and eyes? Thrice happy could we catch great Sfiakspeare s art, To trace the deep recesses of the heart ; Mis simple, plain sublime, to which is...
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Poetical Works, Comprising All His Pastoral, Dramatic, Lyrical and Didactic ...

James Thomson - 1849 - 676 pages
...tumbled from his gallery throne : Deseription, dreams, nay, similes, are gone. What shall we, then 1 to please you, how devise, Whose judgment sits not in your ears and eyes ? Thriee happy eould we eateh great Shakspeare's art, To traee tie deep reeesses of the heart; His...
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