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... to be troubled with an oppressive prosecution ; from any man such conduct
would have been esteemed ungenerous ; from a clergyman , whose duty it is to
sowe peace and good will amongst men , it wears not a more favourable aspect .
... where he contracted an intimacy with Mr . Horace Walpole , who is at present
fo distinguished in the republic of letters , and with Mr . Richard West , a young
gentleman of uncommon ability , whose father was Lord Chancellor of Ireland .
... as I had given to that person or persons , and give it to be divided between my
said executors and residuary legatees , whose integrity and kindness I have so
long experienced , and who can best judge of my true intention and meaning .
In her fair hand a silver harp she bore , Whose inàgic notes , soft - warbling from
the string , Give tranquil joys the breast ne ' er knew before , Or raise the foul on
rapture ' s airy wing . By grief impelld , I heard her heave a sigh , While thus the ...
The blissful muse , whose favouring smile So lately warm ' d his peaceful breast ,
Diffusing heavenly joys the while , In transport ' s radiant garments drest , With
darksome grandeur and enfeeblid blaze , Sinks in the shades of night , and
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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