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" A man — the monarch of his mind. Now taste and try this temper, Sirs, Mood it, and brood it in your breast ; Or if ye ween, for worldly stirs That man does right to mar his rest, Let me be *deft and debonair, I am content, I do not care. "
The London Quarterly Review - Página 491
1814
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The Perth magazine of knowledge and pleasure, Volumen 4

...crouch, as I conceive : Dame Nature doubtlefs nxs defign'd A man the monarch of his mind. Now tafte and try this temper, Sirs, . . Mood it, and brood it in your breait; Or if we ween for worldly flits, That man does right to mar his reft, Let me be deft and debonair,...
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Miscellaneous Poems, Volumen 2

John Byrom - 1773
...Monarch of his Mind. XII. Now tafle and try this Temper, Sirs, Mood it, and brood it in your Breaft; Or if ye ween, for worldly Stirs, That Man does right to mar his Reft, Let me be deft, and debonair, / am Content, I do not care. On On PATIENCE. Written at the Requefl...
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Miscellaneous Poems, Volumen 1

John Byrom - 1773 - 353 páginas
...crouch, as I conceive : Dame Nature doubtlefs has defign'd A Man, the Monarch of his Mind. XH. Now tafle and try this Temper, Sirs,' < Mood it, and brood it in your Breaft; Orff ye -ween, for worldly Stirs, That Man does right to mar his Reft, Let me be deft, and...
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original ..., Volumen 3

John Wesley - 1780
...crouch, as I conceive : Dame nature doubtlefs has defigned, A man, the monarch of Ins mind. Now tafle and try this temper, Sirs, Mood it, and brood it in your breaft ; Or if you ween, for worldly ftirs, That man does right to mar his reft, Let me be deft, and...
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Selection of Poems ...

Charles Snart - 1808
...without wrath; For should I burn, and break my brains, Pray, who will pay me for my pains ? I love my neighbour as myself, Myself like him too, by his leave...worldly stirs, That man does right to mar his rest, Lee me be deft, and debonair, I am content, I do not care. Dr. Byrom. THE BLIND MAN'S CONSOLATION....
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W. Thompson, Blair, Lloyd, Green, Byrom, Dodsley, Chatterton, Cooper ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...myself, Myself like him too, by his leave; Nor to his pleasure, poiv'r, or pelf, Came I to crouch, as 1 conceive: Dame Nature doubtless has design'd, A man...for worldly stirs, That man does right to mar his re-,! , Let me be deft, and debonair, I am content, 1 do not care. ON PATIENCE. WRITTEN AT THE REQUEST...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper ..., Volumen 15

Samuel Johnson - 1810 - 734 páginas
...him too, by his leave; for to his pleasure, pow'r, or pelf, Came I to crouch, as 1 conceive: ).]]in- Nature doubtless has design'd A man the monarch of...worldly stirs, That man does right to mar his rest, Let tne be deft, and debonair, I am content, 1 do not fare. OV PATIENCE. VRITTEN AT THE KEQUEST OP A FRIEND....
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper ..., Volumen 15

Samuel Johnson - 1810 - 644 páginas
...pleasure, po\v'r, or pelf, Came I to crouch, as 1 conceive: Dame Nature doubtless has desigu'/l Л man the monarch of his mind. Now taste and try this temper, sirs, Mood it and brood it in \~our breastj Or if ye ween, for worldly stirs, That man does right to mar his rest, Let me be deft,...
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Miscellaneous Poems, Volúmenes 1-2

John Byrom - 1814
...without wrath; For should I burn or break my brains, Pray, who will pay me for my pains? I love my neighbour as myself, Myself like him too, by his leave...be *deft and debonair, I am content, I do not care. ON PATIENCE, Written at the request of a friend. PART I. " A VERSE on patience?" yes; but then prepare...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Volúmenes 3-4

Robert Chambers - 1830
...his pleasure, power, or pelf, Came I to crouch, as I conceive : Dame Nature doubtless has designed howere Sae rich a bloom, As for estate, or heavy dowers,...bum, beyond compare, best o' ony, ENGLISH LITERATURE. Jacobite Toast. God bless the king— I mean the Faith's Defender ; God bless (uo harm in blessing)...
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