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Mr . Mason remained silent to his overture ; which the publisher after repeating to
him as diftinctly as he could , took his leave , imagining he desired time to
consider of it . Such is the faithful account of this little transaction ; nor will Mr .
About the end of May 1771 , he made a visit to London ; but being oppressed
with feverishness , and dejection of mind , he was advised to leave his lodgings
in Jermyn Street for Kensington ; where a freer air so far operated to his recovery
, as ...
No more the soft EOLIAN flute * Breathes thro ' the heart the melting strain ; The
powers of Harmony are mute , And leave the once - delightful plain ; With heavy
wing I see them beat the air , Damp ' d by the leaden hand of comfortless despair
Alike the busy and the gay But flutter thro ' life ' s little day , In Fortune ' s varying
colours drest : Brush ' d by the hand of rough Mischance , Or chill ' d by Age , their
airy dance They leave in duft to reft . Methinks I hear , in accents low , The ...
... Scard at thy frown terrific , fly Self - pleasing Folly ' s idle brood , Wild Laughter ,
Noise , and thoughtless Joy , And leave us leisure to be good , Light they
disperse ; and with them go The summer - friend , the flatt ' ring foe ; By vain
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I can remember my mother reciting Elegy written in a country church-yard - not all of it though. This poem seemed to mean a lot to her. She never reached the line: 'The path of glory leads but to the grave'. レビュー全文を読む