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" Heaven takes thee at thy word, without regard, And lets thee poorly be thy own reward. The world is made for the bold impious man, Who stops at nothing, seizes all he can. Justice to merit does weak aid afford ; She trusts her balance, and neglects her... "
The travellers - Page 202
by Tertius T C. Kendrick - 1825
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The Art of English Poetry Containing: Rules for making verses. A collection ...

Edward Bysshe - English language - 1710 - 554 pages
...nothing, fiezes all he can ; Juftice to Merit does weak Aid afford, ahe trufts her Ballance, and neglefts her Sword : Virtue is nice to take what's not her own, And while fhe long confults, the Prize is gone. Dryd. Aura. Great Minds, like Heav'n, are pleas'd with doing...
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The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: In Six Volumes, Volume 4

John Dryden - 1717
...feizes all he can. Jaftice to Merit does weak Aid afford ;i :She trufts her Ballance, and neglefts her Sword. Virtue is nice to take what's not her own; And, while me long confults, the Prize is gone. To him, Dianet. Din. Forgive the Bearer of unhappy News: Your...
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes ..., Volume 5

John Dryden - English literature - 1808
...made Tor the hold impious man, Who stop> at nothing, seizes all he can. Justice to merit does weal: aid afford ; She trusts her balance, and neglects her sword. Virtue is nice to take what'i not her own ; And, while she long consults, the prize is gone. To this account may be added...
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The Literary Journal, Volume 1

1821
...brought back to i: tue, and its return may be quoted with triumph against the :•.proach of the poet. " Virtue is nice to take what's not her own, And while she long consults, the prize is gone," PRESENTIMENTS \M> ASSOCIATION. Dine. OF all the mysteries which hang around tk ™A d " 1B ' there...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, Volume 1

1821
...return may be quoted with triumph against the reproach of the poet. " Virtue is nice to take what 's not her own, And while she long consults, the prize is gone." DRYDEN. W. PRESENTIMENTS AND ASSOCIATIONS. OF all the mysteries which hang around the mind of man, there are...
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Selections from the poetry of Dryden: including his plays and translations

John Dryden - English poetry - 1852 - 350 pages
...lets thee poorly be thy own reward. The world is made for the bold impious man, Who stops at nothing, seizes all he can. Justice to merit does weak aid...afford; She trusts her balance, and neglects her sword. Melesinda. I have no taste, methinks, of coming joy ; For black presages all my hopes destroy. Die,...
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden, Volume 1

John Dryden - English poetry - 1897 - 662 pages
...lets thcc poorly be thy own reward. The world is made for the bold impious man. Who stops at nothing, seizes all he can. Justice to merit does weak aid...; And while she long consults, the prize is gone." There was now a long interval before another play by Dryden appeared, and there is no sign of other...
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The Works of John Dryden: Dramatic works

John Dryden, Sir Walter Scott - English literature - 1883
...lets thee poorly be thy own reward. The world is made for the bold impious man, Who stops at nothing, seizes all he can. Justice to merit does weak aid...balance, and neglects her sword. Virtue is nice to take what 's not her own ; And, while she long consults, the prize is gone. To this account may be added...
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Dryden so tragediedigter: En studie over den engelske tragedie i tidsrummet ...

Torben Lundbeck - English drama - 1894 - 195 pages
...lets thee poorly be thy own reward. The world is made for the bold impious man, Who stops at nothing, seizes all he can. Justice to merit does weak aid...what's not her own; And, while she long consults, the price is gone. der hader kejserinden og tror, at hun har fremkaldt denne omvæltning til fordel for...
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden

John Dryden - English poetry - 1900 - 524 pages
...thy own reward. MEMOIR OF DRYDEN. The world is made for the bold impious man, Who stops at nothing, seizes all he can. Justice to merit does weak aid...; And while she long consults, the prize is gone." There was now a long interval before another play by Dryden appeared, and there is no sign of other...
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