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" Turn umbratiles sunt, ut putent in turbido esse quicquid in luce est' ('Some men, like pictures, are fitter for a corner than a full light') ; and I believe such as have a natural bent to solitude are like waters which may be forced into fountains, and... "
The Spectator - Pàgina 46
1739
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Mr. Pope's Literary Correspondence for Thirty Years; from 1704 to 1734 ...

Alexander Pope - 1735 - 439 pàgines
...height, may make a noble figuje and a louder noife, but after all they would run more fmoothly> quietly and plentifully, in their own natural courfe upon the ground. The confideration of this would Jbefe foregoing Similitude f our Author bad pM into Verfi Come years before, mid infenei-imo Mr. Wychcrleys'j...
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Letters of Mr. Pope, and Several Eminent Persons, from the Year 1705, to ...

Alexander Pope - 1735
...height, and make a noble figure and a louder noife, but after all they would run more fmoothly, quietly and plentifully, in their own natural courfe upon the ground. The confideration of this would • "The foregoing Similitudes cur Author bad fat into Verfe fame years before and inserted into Mr....
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Alexander Pope, Esq ..., Volum 2

William Ayre, Edmund Curll - 1745
...Height, may make a noble Figure and a louder Noifey but after all they would run more fmoothly, quietly and plentifully, in their own natural Courfe upon...of this would make me very well contented with the Pofieffion only of that Quiet which Cowley calk the Companion of Qb~ fcurity. ,. ..-A: • Good God...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Letters

Alexander Pope - 1751
...may maker a noble figure and a louder noife, but after all they would run more-frnoothly, quietly, and plentifully, in their own natural courfe upon...Cowley calls the companion of Obfcurity. But whoever h-is the Mufes. too for his. companions, can, never be idle enough, to be uneafy. Thus, Sir, yo^ fee,...
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Letters

Alexander Pope - 1751
...height, may maker a noble figure and a louder noife, but after all they would run more fmoothly, quietly, and plentifully, in their own natural courfe upon...The confideration of this would make me very well conr tented with the pofleffion only of that Quiet which Cowley calls the companion of Obfcurity. But...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq, Volum 7

Alexander Pope - 1751 - 367 pàgines
...height, may make a noble figure and a louder noife, but after all they would run more fmoothly, quietly, and plentifully, in their own natural courfe upon...The confideration of this would make me very well conr tented with the pofleflion only of th)at Quiet which Cowley calls the companion of Obfcurity....
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Volum 5

Alexander Pope - 1764
...height, may make a noble figure and. a louder noife, but after all they would run more Imoothly, quietly, and plentifully, in their own natural courfe upon...of this would make me very well contented with the poflefiiou only of that Quiet which Cowley calls the companion of Obfcurity. But whoever has the Mufes...
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The Spectator, Volum 6

1767
...for a corner than ' a full light ; and I believe fuch as have a natural bent ' to folitude, are like waters which may be forced into fountains, and exalted...figure, and a much louder noife, but after all run more fmoothly, equally and plentifully, in. their own natural courfe upon the ground. The confideration...
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The Dunciad, in four books

Alexander Pope - 1770
...height, may make a noble figure and a louder noife, but after all they would run more fmoothly, quietly, and plentifully, in their own natural courfe upon the ground *. The confideration of this woutd make me very well contented with the pofleffion only of that Quiet which Cowley calls the companion...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volum 5

1786
...light;' and I believe fuch as have a natural bent to folitude, are like waters which may be foictd into fountains, and exalted to a great height, may...figure, and a much louder noife, but after all run more fmoothly, equally, and plentifully, in their own natural couiTc upon the ground. The confideration...
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