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" Shall crimes and tyrants cease but with the world ? What ! are thy triumphs, sacred Truth, belied ? Why then hath Plato... "
The pleasures of hope; with other poems - Seite 34
von Thomas Campbell - 1801
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Band 27

Tobias Smollett - 1799
...r What! are thy triumphs, {acred Truth, belied? Why then hath Plato liv'd— or Sydney died ? • ' Ye fond -adorers of departed fame, W/ho warm at Scipio's worth, or Tolly's name.! Ye that, in fancied vifion, can admire The fword of Brutus, and the Theban lyre ! Wrapt...
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Annual Register, Band 41

Edmund Burke - 1801
...world ? What! are thy triumphs, facred Truth, belied? Why (hen hath Plato liv'd— or Sydney died ? Ye fond adorers of departed fame, Who warm at Scipio's...The fword of Brutus, and the Theban lyre ! Wrapt in hifloric ardour, who adore Each claffic haunt and well-rememberd (höre. Where Valour tun'd, amid her...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1801
...world ? What! are thy triumphs, facred Trnth, belied? Why then hath Plato liv'd— or Sydney died ? - Ye fond adorers of departed fame, Who warm at Scipio's...name ! Ye that, in fancied vifion, can admire The (word of Brutus, and the Theban lyre! Wrapt in hilloric ardour, who adore Each claffic haunt and well-remember...
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Annual Register, Band 41

1801
...workf ? What! are thv triumphs, facrrd Truth, belied? Why then hath Plato Jiv'd — or Sydney died ? Ye fond adorers of departed fame, Who warm at Scipio's worth, or Tully's name ! Ye that, in fancied vilion, can admire The (word of lîrutus, and the Thcban lyre! Wrapt in hiiioric ardour, who adore...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Band 41

Edmund Burke - 1801
...world ? What! are thy triumphs, facred Truth, belied? Why then hath Plato Jiv'd— or Sydney died r Ye fond adorers of departed fame, Who warm at Scipio's worth, or Tullj's name ! Ye thai, in fancied vifion, can admire The fword of Brutus, and the Thcban lyre ! Wrapt...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1804 - 160 Seiten
...world ? What ! are thy triumphs, sacred Truth, belied ? Why then hath Plato liv'd....or Sydney died ! Ye fond adorers of departed fame, Who warm at Scipio's worth, or Tully's name ! Ye that, in fancied vision, can admire The sword of Brutus, and the Theban lyre ! Wrapt in historic ardour, who adore Each...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1806 - 136 Seiten
...but with the world ? What ! are thy triumphs, sacred Truth, belied ? Why then hath Plato liv'd — or Sydney died ? — 440 Ye fond adorers of departed...Scipio's worth, or Tully's name ! Ye that, in fancied vision, can admire The sword of Brutus, and the Theban lyre ! Wrapt in historic ardour, who adore 445...
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The London review, conducted by R. Cumberland, Band 1

Richard Cumberland - 1809
...overlooking its value, or alarmed by its difficulty, have almost universally concurred to neglect. . , ; " Ye fond adorers of departed fame, " Who warm at Scipio's worth, or Tully'sname : " Ye that, in fancied vision, can admire " The sword of Brutus, and the Theban lyre :...
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The Pleasures of Hope: With Other Poems

Thomas Campbell - 1810 - 131 Seiten
...world ? 0 What! are thy triumphs, sacred Truth, belied? Why then hath Plato liv'd—or Sydney died ?— Ye fond adorers of departed fame, Who warm at Scipio's worth, or Tully's name! Ye that, in fancied vision, can admire The sword of Brutus, and the Theban lyre! Wrapt in historic ardour, who adore Each...
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The pleasures of hope; with other poems. [Another]

Thomas Campbell - 1812 - 131 Seiten
...! What ! are thy triumphs, sacred Truth, belied ? Why then hath Plato li?'d— or Sydney died ? — Ye fond adorers of departed fame, Who warm at Scipio's worth, or Tully's name 1 Yc that, in fancied vision, can admire The sword of Brutus, and the Theban lyre ! Wrapt in historic...
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