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" As fancy opens the quick springs of sense, We ply the memory, we load the brain, Bind rebel wit, and double chain on chain, Confine the thought, to exercise the breath, And keep them in the pale of words till death. "
The Works of Alexander Pope - Page 246
by Alexander Pope - 1822
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - English poetry - 1859 - 478 pages
...Confine the thought, to exercise the breath8 ; And keep them in the pale of words till death. Whatever disd8 w, minds : A poet the first day he dips his quill ; And what the last ? a very poet still. Pity ! the...
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Poetical Works: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author

Alexander Pope - 1860
...sense, WIT ply the memory, we loud the brain, Hind rebel wit, and double v-hain on chain, IJtinfme llie thought to exercise the breath; And keep them in the pale of words till death. IOC Whatever the talents, or howe'er dcsign'd, We hanp one jingling pndlork on the mind: A poet the...
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope, with a life, by A. Dyce, Volume 3

Alexander Pope - 1863
...springs of sense, We ply the memory, we load the brain, Bind rebel wit, and double chain on chain, Confine the thought, to exercise the breath, And keep them in the pale of words till death. Whate'er the talents, or howe'er design'd, We hang one jingling padlock on the mind : A poet the first...
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The stream of life on our globe ... as revealed by modern discoveries in ...

John Laws Milton - 1864
...pains. Here foams rebellious Logic gagged and bound, And there fair Rhetoric stretch'd upon the ground. Whate'er the talents, or howe'er design'd, We hang one jingling padlock on the mind." Mr. Homer was quite right. The incredulity shown in this case was no great credit to the age, and if...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 74

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - Authors - 1866
...teach alone. We ply the memory, we load the brain, Bind rebel wit, and double chain on chain, Confinc the thought, to exercise the breath. And keep them in the pale of words till death. Whate'er the talents, or howe'er designed. We hang onc jangling padlock on the mind. And can we wonder...
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope, with life of the author and notes by J ...

Alexander Pope - 1867 - 526 pages
...of virtue and vice. We ply the memory, we load the brain, Bind rebel wit, and double chain on chain, Confine the thought to exercise the breath, And keep...padlock on the mind : A poet the first day he dips his qnill ; And what the last ? a very poet still. Pity ! the charm works only in our wall, Lost, lost...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

1867
...springs of sense, We ply the memory, we load the brain, Bind rebel wit, and double chain on chain, Confine the thought, to exercise the breath; And keep them in the pale of words till death. Whate'er the talents, or howe'er design'd, We hang one jingling padlock on the mind: A poet the first...
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Essays on educational reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1868
...springs of sense, We ply the memory, we load the brain, Bind rebel wit, and double chain on chain, Confine the thought to exercise the breath, And keep them in the pale of words till death. (Lines 148 ft'.) Cowper, too, says : — And is he well content his son should find No nourishment...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 96

1868
...sense, \Ve ply the memory, we load the brain, Bind rebel wit, und double chain on chain, Confine tlie thought, to exercise the breath, And keep them in the pale of words til death." I think it is a poor and imperfect conception of education that should limit it to the...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1869 - 485 pages
...breath ; And keep them in the pale of words till death. Whate'er the talents, or howe'er desigu'd, We hang one jingling padlock on the mind: A poet the first day he dips his quill; And what the last I a very poet still. Pity ! the charm works only in our wall, Lost, lost too soon in yonder house or...
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