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" Some gentle JAMES, to bless the land again; To stick the Doctor's Chair into the Throne, Give law to Words, or war with Words alone, Senates and Courts with Greek and Latin rule, And turn the Council to a Grammar School! For sure, if Dulness sees a grateful... "
The Works of Alexander Pope - Page 248
by Alexander Pope - 1822
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 23

Henry Barnard - Education - 1872
...the land again : To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, • Parliament HOUM and Wertm.MKr Hall. Give law to words, or war with words alone, ' Senates and courts with Greek and Latin rule, And torn the council to a grammar school 1 For eure if Dullness seeĢ a grateful day, 'Tis in the shade...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1873 - 600 pages
..."for some pedant Reign! 175 Some gentle JAMES 10, to bless the land again ; To stick the Doctor's i Chair into the Throne, Give law to Words, or war with...grateful Day, 'Tis in the shade of Arbitrary Sway. O ! if my sons may learn one earthly thing, Teach but that one, sufficient for a King ; l like Ou Samian...
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From Thomas the Rhymer to Richard Gall

James Grant Wilson - English poetry - 1875
...dogmatie at pedantie, and his idea of his voeation appea to have been — '•To stiek the doetor's ehair into the throne, Give law to words, or war with words alone, Senates and eourts with Greek and Latin rule, And turn the eouneil to a grammar-sehool." So fond was James of polemies...
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POPE, SELECTED POEMS; THE ESSAY ON CRITICISM; THE MORAL ESSAYS; THE DUNCIAD

THOMAS ARNOLD - 1876
...and days, Had reach'd the work, the all that mortal can, And South beheld that masterpiece of man.' Senates and courts with Greek and Latin rule, And...grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. O ! if my sons may learn one earthly thing, Teach but that one, sufficient for a king ! That which...
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The Poets and Poetry of Scotland, from the Earliest to the Present Time ...

James Grant Wilson - English poetry - 1876
...strong in argument. He was dogmatic and pedantic, and his idea of his vocation appears to have been — "To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...with Greek and Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar-school." So fond was James of polemics that he founded Chelsea College expressly for controversial...
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A Manual of English Literature, Historical and Critical: With an Appendix on ...

Thomas Arnold - English literature - 1876 - 549 pages
...infinitely preferred the politics of Locke to those of Filmer. This is proved by such lines as, — " For sure, if Dulness sees a grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. May you, my Cam and Isis, preach it long, ' The right divine of kings to govern wrong.' " 1 For example...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1878 - 600 pages
..." Oh "' (cried the goddess) " for some pedant reign ! Some gentle James, to bless the land again ; To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. O ! if my sons may learn one earthly thing, Teach but that one, sufficient for a king ; That which...
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Addison to Blake

Thomas Humphry Ward - English poetry - 1880
...BOOK IV. Oh (cried the goddess) for some pedant reign ! Some gentle James, to bless the land again ; To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar school ! For sure, if dulness sees a grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. O ! if my sons may...
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The English Poets: Addison to Blake

Thomas Humphry Ward - English poetry - 1880
...BOOK IV. Oh (cried the goddess) for some pedant reign ! Some gentle James, to bless the land again ; To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar school ! For sure, if dulness sees a grateful day, 'Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. O ! if my sons may...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by ..., Volume 3

M. Arnold - English poetry - 1881
...BOOK IV. Oh (cried the goddess) for some pedant reign I Some gentle James, to bless the land again ; To stick the doctor's chair into the throne, Give...Latin rule, And turn the council to a grammar school l For sure, if dulness sees a grateful day, Tis in the shade of arbitrary sway. O ! if my sons may...
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