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The Polite Miscellany: Containing Variety of Food for the Mind; Being an ... - Page 285
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Poems, Volume 3

English poetry - 1764
...courfe. Little do fuch men k-'ow the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly, racking of the trains,To range the thoughts, the matter to digeft, To cull...on the cheek Of MIRTH may hold her fports, when WIT mould fpeak, And when be filent ; when to ufe the pow'rs Of Ornament, and how to place the flow'rs,...
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Poems, Volume 2

Charles Churchill - English poetry - 1766
...untaught, whilft, without art or force, Make it but jingle, Mufick comes of courfe. Little do fuch men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly racking...on the cheek Of MIRTH may hold her fports, when WIT mould fpeak, And when be filent; when to ufe the pow'rs Of Ornament, and how to place the flow'rs,...
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The conference. The author. The duellist. Gotham. The candidate. The ...

Charles Churchill - 1768
...untaught, whilft, without art or force, Make it but jingle, Mufick comes of courfe. Little do fuch men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly racking of the brains, To range the thoughts, the matter fo digeft, To cull fit phrafes, and reject the reft, To know the times when HUMOUR, on the cheek Of...
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Poems: By Charles Churchill. In Three Volumes. With Large Corrections and ...

Charles Churchill - 1772
...untaught, whilft, without art or force. Make it but jingle, Mufick comes of courfe. Little do fuch men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly racking of the brains, To range the thoughts, the matters to digeft, To cull fit phrafes, and reje& the reft, To know the times when HUMOUR, on thecheek...
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Gotham. book 1-3. The candidate. The farewell. The times. Independence. The ...

Charles Churchill - English poetry - 1774
...play untaught, whiift, without arfwlorce, Make it but jingle, Mufick comes of courfe,_ Little do fuch men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly racking...the reft, ,-^ To know the times when HUMOUR, on the check Of MIRTH may hold her fports, when WIT mould fpeak, And when be filent; when to ufe the pow'rs...
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Poems, Volume 3

Charles Churchill - 1776
...play untaught, whilft, without art or force, Make it but jingle, mufic comes of courfe. Little do fuch men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly racking...thoughts, the matter to digeft, To cull fit phrafes, and rejeft the reft, To know the times when Humour, on the cheek Of Mirth may hold her fports, when Wit...
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The Beauties of Churchill, Containing All the Celebrated Poems, Volume 2

Charles Churchill - 1782
...untaught, whilft, without art or force, Make it but jing!e, mufic comes of courfe. iq Little do fuch men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly,...brains, To range the thoughts, the matter to digeft, To cu'l fit phrafes, and rejetSr. the reft ; To know the times when Humouron the cheek Ijf Of Mirth may...
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The Poetical Works of C. Churchill: In Three Volumes. with the ..., Volumes 2-3

Charles Churchill - 1783
...mufwk eomet of eourfe. 10 Little do foeh men know the toil, the pains, The .! u!v, nightly, raeking of the brains, To range the thoughts, the matter to digeft, To eull fit phrafes, and rejeet the reft ; To know the times when Humour on the eheek 15 Of Mirth may...
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Bell's Edition, Volumes 107-109

John Bell - English poetry - 1793
...untaught, whilst, without art or force, Make it but jingle, music comes of course. 10 Little do such men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly,...of the brains, To range the thoughts, the matter to digest, To cull fit phrases, and rejecct the rest ; To know the times when Humour on the cheek 1 5...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 10

English poetry - 1795
...untaught, whilft, without art or force, Make it but jingle, mufic comes of ct.urfe. Little do fuch men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly racking...of the brains. To range the thoughts, the matter to diged, To cull fit phrafes, and reject the red ; To know the times when humour on the cheek Of mirth...
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