| Edmund Spenser - 1596
...Whom whenas all the people such did vew, They shouted loud, and signes of gladnesse all did shew. 24 **Then did he set her by that snowy one, Like the true...image set, Of both their beauties to make paragone,** 2 And triall whether should the honor get. Streightway, so soone as both together met, Th' enchaunted... | |
| Edmund Spenser - 1596
...Whom whenas all the people such did vew, They shouted loud, and signes of gladnesse all did shew. 24 **Then did he set her by that snowy one, Like the true...beside the image set, Of both their beauties to make** paragone,2 And triall whether should the honor get. Streightway, so soone as both together met, Th'... | |
| 1788
...all the people such did vew, [ shew. They shouted loud, and signes of gladnesse all did XXI. XXIV. **Then did he set her by that snowy one, Like the true...image set, Of both their beauties to make paragone And** triall whether should the honor get : Streightway so soone as both together met, Th' enchaunted damzell... | |
| Robert Southey - 1797
...wantons round the brow Of one beloved on earth ; or when at night * Then did he set her by that srtowy **one, Like the true saint beside the image set, Of both their beauties to make paragone** A"d trial whether should the honour get : Streightway so soone as bqth together met. The enchaunted... | |
| Robert Southey - 1799 - 232 Seiten
...all faiths By that best touchstone, from whose test DECEIT Shrinks like the Arch -Fiend at rthuriel's **spear, And SOPHISTRY'S gay glittering bubble bursts,...Streightway so soone as both together met, The enchaunted** damzell vanish'd into nought ; Her snowy substance melted as with heat, Ne of that goodly hew remayned... | |
| Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...Whom whenas all the people such did vew, [shew. They shouted load, and signes of gladness* all did **Then did he set her by that snowy one, Like the true...beauties to make paragone And trial), whether should the** honor get Streightway, so soone as both together met, Th' enchaunted damzell vnnisht into nought :... | |
| Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...[shew. They shouted loud, and signes of gladnesse all did Then did he set her by that snowy one, Ijke **the true saint beside the image set; Of both their beauties to make paragone And** triall, whether should the honor get. Streightway, sosoone as both together met, Th' enchaunted damzell... | |
| British poets - 1822
...whenas all the people such did vew, They shouted loud, and signes of gladnesse all did shew. P2 XXIV. **Then did he set her by that snowy one, Like the true...set ; Of both their beauties to make paragone And** triall, whether should the honor get. Streightway, so soone as both together met, Th' Enchaunted Damzell... | |
| Euripides - 1823 - 452 Seiten
...iii. 23. &c. / So forth the noble lady was ybrought, Adorn'd with honour and all comely grace, &c. **Then did he set her by that snowy one, Like the true...set : Of both their beauties to make paragone, And** tryal, whether should the honour get. Straightway so soon as both together met, Th' enchanted Damzell... | |
| William Hazlitt - 1824 - 822 Seiten
...plight, That her in-burning wrath she gan abate, And him receiv'd again to former favour's state. SIMILE. ** private gardens, where He lived reserved and austere,...his highest plot To plant the bergamot), Could by** paragon, And trial whether should the honour get. Straightway so soon as both together met, Th' enchanted... | |
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