Poetical Works: With the Life of the Author, Bind 3

Cadell and Davies, etc. and Samuel Bagster, 1807

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Side 57 - Unhappy man takes pains to find, T" inflict himself upon his mind : And out of his own bowels spins A rack and torture for his sins ; Torments himself, in vain, to know That most which he can never do : And the more strictly 'tis...
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Side 147 - Immodest words admit of no defence; For want of decency is want of sense.
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Side 147 - Art; For tho Materials have long since been found, Yet both your fancy and your Hands are bound, And by Improving what was writ Before, Invention Labours Less, but Judgment more.
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