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" Not first, the Power of wisdom march'd before, And ere the sacrificing throng he join'd, Admonish'd thus his well-attending mind: ' Proceed, my son! this youthful shame expel; An honest business never blush to tell. "
The Works of the Greek and Roman Poets - Page 75
1813
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The Alliance of Musick, Poetry and Oratory: Under the Head of Poetry is ...

Anselm Bayly - Music - 1789 - 424 pages
...him without any bafhfulnefs and fear ; Meet thou the fenior, far renown'd for fenfe, . With rev'rent awe, but decent confidence : Urge him with truth to frame his fair replies; And fure he will ; for wifdom never lies. In politicks, Homer and Virgil, on every occafion, manifeft themfelves...
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The Odyssey of Homer, Volume 1

Homer - Epic poetry, Greek - 1806 - 198 pages
...march'd before, And ere the sacrificing throng he join'd, Admonish'd thus his well-attending mind : To learn what fates thy wretched sire detain, We past...Meet then the senior far renown'd for sense, With rev'rend awe, but decent confidence : Urge him with truth to frame his fair replies; 25 And sure he...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1807 - 408 pages
...attending mind. Proceed, my son ! this youthful shame exjpel ; An honest bus'ness never blush to tell. 20 To learn what fates thy wretched sire detain, We past...Meet then the senior far renown'd for sense, With rev'rend awe, but decent confidence : Urge him with truth to frame his fair replies ; 25 And sure he...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. To which is added, The battle of the frogs and mice

Homerus - 1807 - 488 pages
...wretched sire detain, We past the wide, immeasurable main. Meet then the senior far renown'd for seuse, With reverend awe, but decent confidence: •Urge him with truth to frame his fair replies ; 25 And sure he will: for wisdom never lies. Oh tell me, Mentor ! tell me, faithful guide (The youth...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper, Volume 19

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810 - 770 pages
...; An honest business never blush to tell. To learn «hat fates thy wretched sire detain, We pass'd the wide, immeasurable main. Meet then the senior far renown'd for sense, «ith reverend awe, but decent confidence : Ifge him with truth to frame his fair replies ; And sure...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - Classical poetry - 1822 - 348 pages
...expel; An honest business never blush to tell. To learn what fates thy wretched sire detain, We pass'd the wide immeasurable main. Meet then the senior far...(The youth with prudent modesty replied), How shall T meet, or how accost the sage, Unskill'd in speech, nor yet mature of age ? Awful the' approach, and...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. To which is added, The battle of the frogs and mice

Homerus - 1827 - 538 pages
...; •H honest business never blush to tell. To learn what fates thy wretched sire detain, We pass'd the wide, immeasurable main. Meet then the senior...replies ; And sure he will : for wisdom never lies. Oh tell me, Mentor ! tell me, faithful guide (The youth with prudent modesty replied), How shall I...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. [Followed by] Battle of the frogs and ..., Volume 1

Homerus - 1828 - 246 pages
...expel; An honest business never blush to tell. To learn what fates thy wretched sire detain, We pass'd the wide, immeasurable main. Meet then the senior...me, faithful guide, (The youth with prudent modesty repli'd) How shall I meet, or how accost the sage, Unskill'd in speech, nor yet mature of age? Awful...
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The Odyssey of Homer, Volume 1

Homer - Epic poetry, Greek - 1828 - 244 pages
...expel; An honest business never blush to tell. To learn what fates thy wretched sire detain, We pass'd the wide, immeasurable main. Meet then the senior...me, faithful guide, (The youth with prudent modesty repli'd) How shall I meet, or how accost the sage, Unskill'd in speech, nor yet mature of age ? Awful...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: To which is Prefixed the Life of ...

Alexander Pope - 1830 - 500 pages
...An honest business never blush to tell. 20 To learn what fates thy wretched sire detain, We pass'd cried. To realms, that rocks and roaring seas divide?...decay'd 410 And foreign lands contain the mighty dead. T bis fair replies ; And sure he will : for wisdom never lies. Oh tell me, Mentor ! tell me, faithful...
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