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" SATED with home, of wife, of children tired, The restless soul is driven abroad to roam ; Sated abroad, all seen, yet nought admired, The restless soul is driven to ramble home ; Sated with both, beneath new Drury's dome The fiend Ennui awhile consents... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Sivu 439
tekijä(t) Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1812
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Rejected Addresses: Or The New Theatrum Poetarum

James Smith, Horace Smith - 1812 - 127 sivua
...pointed scorn, And Virtue's smiling brows with votive wreaths adorn. cm BONO? * By Lord By •f+Tt-- I. , SATED -with home, of wife, of children tired, The...deadly Gnome, Scorning to view fantastic Columbine, Viewing with scorn and hate the nonsense of th» Nine. Ye reckless dupes, who hither wend your way,...

Rejected Addresses, Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum...

Horace Smith, James Smith - 1812 - 127 sivua
...with pointed scorn, And Virtue's smiling brows with votive wreaths adoiu. GUI BONO? B Lord K, I. I SATED with home, of wife, of children tired, The restless...ramble home ; Sated with both, beneath new Drury's dome Tin' licit 11 Ennui awhile consents to pine, There growls, and curses, like a deadly Gnome, Scorning...

Horace in London: consisting of imitations of the first two books of ..., Nide 1

James Smith - 1813 - 173 sivua
...Vice with pointed scorn, And Virtue's smiling brows with votive wreaths adorn. CUI BONO? By Lord B. I. SATED with home, of wife, of children tired, The restless...deadly Gnome, Scorning to view fantastic Columbine, Viewing with scorn and hate the nonsense of the Mine. II. Ye reckless dupes, who hither wend your way,...

Rejected Addresses: Or, The New Theatrum Poetarum

James Smith, Horace Smith - 1813 - 127 sivua
...pointed scorn, And Virtue's smiling brows with votive wreaths adorn. GUI BONO? By Lord B. I. OATED with home, of wife, of children tired, The restless...deadly Gnome, Scorning to view fantastic Columbine, Viewing with scorn and hate the nonsense of the Nine. IL Ye reckless dupes, who hither wend your way,...

The Quarterly Review, Nide 8

George Walter Prothero - 1813
...slyly entitled, ' Cui Bono ?' the pococurante style of the fastidious pilgrim is happily imitated. ' Sated with home, of wife, of -children! tired, The...driven to ramble home ; Sated with both, beneath new Dfufy's dome The fiend Ennui awhile consents to pine, There growls, and curses, like a deadly TOl,...

The Quarterly Review, Nide 8

1813
...entitled, ' Cui Bono :' the pococurante style of the fastidious pilgrim is happily imitated. .. i ' Sated with home, of wife, of children tired, The restless...admired, The restless soul is driven to ramble home ; Saied with both, beneath new Drury 's dome The fiend Ennui awhile consents to pine, There growls,...

Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography, Analytical ...

1813
...melancholy but strong effort of genius, are here re-echoed and ridiculed in an unrivalled manner : " Sated with home, of wife, of children tired, The restless...driven abroad to roam; Sated abroad, all seen, yet naught admired, The restless soul is driven to ramble home ; Sated with both, beneath new Drury's dome...

The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Nide 1

1813
...melancholy but strong effort of genius, are here re-echoed and ridiculed in »n unrivalled manner: " Sated with home, of wife, of children tired, The restless...driven abroad to roam; Sated abroad, all seen, yet naught admired, The restless soul is driven to ramble home; Sated with both, beneath new Drury's dome...

The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1813
...of spirit and manner, than almost any other piece in the volume. We quote the following stanzas. ' Sated with home, of wife, of children tired, The restless soul is driven abroad to roam ; The restless soul is driven to ramble home; Sated abroad, all seen, yet nought admired, The fiend...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 48

1840
...«een, but nought ad. mired, The restless soul is driven to ramble home. Sated of both, beneath old Drury's dome, The fiend Ennui awhile consents to pine...deadly gnome, Scorning to view fantastic Columbine. Viewing with shame and bate the nonsense of the nine.'* The general pleasantry of the work caught the...




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