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" He doth excel In honour, courtesy, and all the parts Court can call, hers, or man could call his arts. He's prudent, valiant, just and temperate: In him all virtue is beheld in state; And he is built like some imperial room For that to dwell in, and be... "
All the Year Round - Σελίδα 462
1872
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...well ; Yet read him in these lines : he doth excell In honour, courtesie, and all the parts Court can call hers, or man could call his arts. He's prudent, valiant, just, and temperate; In him all vertue is beheld in state : And he is built like some imperial! roome For that to dwell in, and be...

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...temperate, In him the Graces have a noble seat : For he is built, like some imperial room, For these to dwell in, and be still at home. His breast is a brave palace, a broad street, Where all heroic, pious thoughts do meet ; Where Nature such a large survey hath ta'en, As other souls, to his, live...

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John Dunton - 1818 - 824 σελίδες
...temperate, In him the Graces have a noblu seat : For he is built, like some imperial room, For these to dwell in, and be still at home. His breast is a brave palace, a broad street, Where all heroic, pious thoughts do meet ; Where Nature such a large survey hath ta'cn, As other souls, to his, live...

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...even on the canvas of Vandyck, than in the verse of Jonson, who refers very distinctly to them — In him all virtue is beheld in state ; And he is built...some imperial room, For that to dwell in and be still nt home. The "imperial" size of the "room " is unmistakable, indeed, in No. 575; and one is tempted...

The Works of Ben Jonson: With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and a ..., Τόμος 9

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1875 - 560 σελίδες
...well, Yet read him in these lines : He doth excel In honour, courtesy, and all the parts Court can call hers, or man could call his arts. He's prudent,...like some imperial room For that to dwell in, and be still'*at home. His breast is a brave palace, a broad street, Where all heroic ample thoughts do meet...

The poems of Robert Greene, Christopher Marlowe, and Ben Jonson, ed., with ...

Robert Greene - 1876 - 576 σελίδες
...understood, His lordship, not lieu Jonson, made them good. In honour, courtesy, and all the parts Court can call hers, or man could call his arts. He's prudent,...all virtue is beheld in state; And he is built like sotne imperial room For that to dwell in, and be still at home. His breast is a brave palace, a broad...

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...; anil Aubrey tells us that, after her death, which In honor, courtesy, and all the parts Court can call hers, or man could call his arts. He's prudent,...Where all heroic ample thoughts do meet : Where Nature sucli a large survey hath ta'en, As other souls, to his, dwelt in a lane: Witness his action done at...

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...Literature, ed. Tyler, p. 469. PERSONAL He doth excel In honour, courtesy, and all the parts Court can call hers, or man could call his arts. He's prudent,...imperial room For that to dwell in, and be still at homo. His breast is a brave palace, a broad street, Where all heroic ample thoughts do meet : Where...

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...Literature, ed. Tyler, p. 469. PERSONAL He doth excel In honour, courtesy, and all the parts Court can call hers, or man could call his arts. He's prudent,...temperate: In him all virtue is beheld in state ; And he is hnilt like some imperial room For that to dwell in, and be still at home. His breast is a brave palace,...

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...Kenelm Digby, whom he calls " prudent, valiant, just, and temperate," and adds quaintly : " His heart is a brave palace, a broad street, Where all heroic ample thoughts do meet, When Nature such a large survey hath ta'en, As others' souls to his dwelt in a lane." ' But, according...




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