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" the ear was mistress of their powers No Bard could please me but whose lyre was tun'd To nature's Praises. Heroes and their feats Fatigu'd me, never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus, assembling as he "
The Powers of Genius: A Poem, in Three Parts - Page 13
by John Blair Linn - 1804 - 155 pages
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Poems, Volume 2

1787
...ear was miftrcfs of their pow'rs. No bard could pleafe me but whofe lyre was t To Nature's praifet. Heroes and their feats Fatigu'd me, never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus, affembling, as he fang, The ruftic throng beneath his fav'rite beech. Then Milton had indeed a poet's...
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The Task: A Poem. In Six Books. To which is Added, Tirocinium: Or, A Review ...

William Cowper - 1787 - 186 pages
...was miftrefs of their pow'rs. No bard could pleafe me, but whofe lyre was tun'i To Nature'* praifes. Heroes, and their feats, • Fatigu'd me, never weary of the pipe Of Tytirus, afiembling, as he fang, The ruftic throng, beneath his fav'rite beech. Then Milton had indeed,...
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Poems, Volume 2

William Cowper - 1788
...was miftrefs of their pow'rs. No bard could pleafe me but whofe lyre was tun'd To Nature's praifes. Heroes and their feats Fatigu'd me, never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus, aflembling, as he fang, The ruftic throng beneath his fav'rite beech. Then Milton had indeed a poet's...
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Poems of Established Reputation: To Wit: 1st. The Art of Preserving Health

1802 - 288 pages
...too, The first born efforts of my youthful muse, Sportive, and jingling her pretic bolls Ere yet her ear was mistress of their powers. No bard could please...tun'd To Nature's praises. Heroes and their feats :d me, never weary of the pipe irus, assembling, as he sang, stic throng beneath his favourite beech,...
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Poems, Volume 2

William Cowper, John Newton - 1802
...mistress of their pow'rs. No bard could please me but whose lyre was »OOK IV. THE WINTER EVENING. 121 To nature's praises. Heroes and their feats Fatigu'd...never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus, assembling, as he sang, The rustic throng beneath his fav'rite beech. Then Milton had indeed a poet's charms : New to...
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Poems, Volume 1

William Cowper - 1803 - 363 pages
...was miftrefs of their pow'rs. No bard could pleafe me but whofe lyre was tun'd To nature's praifes. Heroes and their feats Fatigu'd me, never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus, aflembling, as he fang, The ruftic throng beneath his fav'rite beech. Then Milton had indeed a poet's...
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The powers of genius, a poem

John Blair Linn - 1804
...too The first-born efforts of my youthful muse, • Sporting and jingling her poetic bells: Ere yet the ear was mistress of their powers No Bard could...tun*d To nature's Praises. Heroes and their feats Fatigu'dme, never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus, assembling as he sung, The rustic throng beneath his...
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The Poetical Works of William Cowper: Of the Inner Temple, Esq, Volume 2

William Cowper - 1806
...too The first-born efforts of my youthful muse, Sportive and jingling her poetic bells, Ere yet her ear was mistress of their powers. No bard could please me but whose lyre was tuned 'I*o Nature's praises. Heroes and their feats Fatigued me, never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus,...
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Poems, Volume 2

William Cowper - 1806
...too The first-born efforts of my youthful muse, Sportive and jingling her poetic bells, lire yet her ear was mistress of their powers. No bard could please me but whose lyre was tuned To Nature's praises. Heroes and their feats Fatigued me, never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus,...
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Poems, Volume 2

William Cowper - 1808
...youthful muse, Sportive and jingling her poetic bells, Ere yet her ear was mistress of their pow'rs. No bard could please me but whose lyre was tun'd To Nature's praises. Heroes and their feaU Fatigu'd me, never weary of the pipe Of Tityrus, assembling, as he sang, The rustic throng beneath...
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