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" For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake Could save the sonne of Thetis from to die... "
Poetae bucolici graeci; sive, Theocriti, Bionis et Moschi quae supersunt - Side 160
af Theocritus - 1821 - 418 sider
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

1788 - 512 sider
...assay 4^5 " To mount to heaven, on Pegasus must ride, " And with sweet poets' verse be glorifide. " For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake " Could save the son of Thetis from to die, " But that blind bard did him immortal make 430 " With verses dipt in dew of Castalie, " Which made the Eastern conquerour...
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Hermes; Or, A Philosophical Inqviry Concerning Vniversal Grammar

James Harris - 1806 - 500 sider
...TO tgd^ni, rS yj a'psiv, TV ygaipitr. The same construction is not unknown in English, Thus Spenser, For not to have been dipt -in Lethe lake, Could save the son of Thetis FROM TO DIE — In like manner we say, He did it, to be rich, where we must supply by an Ellipsis the Preposition,...
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Spenser, Daniel

Samuel Johnson - 1810 - 602 sider
...vertuous deeds assay To mount to Heaven, on Pegasus must ride, And with swcete poets verse be glorifide. " For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake, Could save the sonne of Thetis from to die ; But that blinde bard did him iirimortalTmake With verses, dipt in deaw...
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Classical Recreations: Interspersed with Much Biblical Criticism ..., Bind 1

Edmund Henry Barker - 1812 - 492 sider
...QÍÍÍ rare puro Castaliœ lavit Crines solutos." I add the following beautiful lines of Spenser, " For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake " Could save the son of Thetis from to die; " But that blind bard did him immortal make " With verses, dipt in dew of Castalie." I would here ask, by the way, whether...
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Classical Recreations: Interspersed with Much Biblical Criticism ..., Bind 1

Edmund Henry Barker - 1812 - 546 sider
...Q«¿ rore ^«ro Castalia lavit Crines solutos." I add the following beautiful lines of Spenser, " For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake " Could save the «on of Thetis from to die ; • " But that blind bard did him immortal make " With verses, dipt in...
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1815 - 572 sider
...illustrating the line in the Hippolytus. • I add the following beautiful lines of Spenser, ., , " For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake Could save the son of Thetis from to die; But that blind bard did him immortal make With verses, dipt in dew of Castalie.' te mn oe po ye prevous menon oe etean...
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Elegant extracts, Bind 55

Elegant extracts - 1816 - 1082 sider
...Shakespeare adopted the practice, but then it was in a manner suitable to such geniuses. Spenser says — For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake Could save the son of Thetis from to diej But that blind bard did him immortal make With verses dipt in dew of Castilie. Shakespeare says...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Bind 6

1818
...dying, and to die, love, loving, and to love, as is most evident with our old poets ; thus Spencer : " For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake, Could save the SOB of Thetis from to die." We also use the adjective as a substance and say, " Such a thing borders...
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The Port Royal Art of Thinking: In Four Parts. Of reflections upon ideas, or ...

Antoine Arnauld, Pierre Nicole - 1818 - 448 sider
...fa/fur, T» •yfXtytH, TJJ y(«q>ttv. The same construction is not unknown in English. Thus Spencer — For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake, Could save the sou of Thetis from to die — Airo TV Q&VtlV* In like manner we say — He did it to be fich, where...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Bind 6

1818
...language, or rather its parent language the Saxon, could have borrowed only from the Persian. 119 " For not to have been dipt in Lethe lake, Could save the soil of Thetis from to<iic." We also use the adjective as a substance and say, " Such a thing borders...
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