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" Twas from the bottle King deriv'd his wit, Drank till he could not talk, and then he writ. Let no coiPd ferjeant touch the facred juice, But leave it to the bards for better ufe : Let the grave judges too the glafs forbear, Who never fing and dance but... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - الصفحة 190
1759
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The Student, Or, The Oxford and Cambridge Monthly Miscellany, المجلد 2

1751
...not talk, and then he writ. Let no coif'd ferjeant touch the facred juice, But leave it to the hards for better ufe : Let the grave judges too the glafs...their flames indulge the mellow fit, And lofe their fenfes in the fearch of wit: And when with claret fir'd they take the pen, Swear they can write, becaufe...

The Monthly Review ;or Literary Journal.VOLUME XXI.

Several Hands - 1759
...wit, Drank 'till he could not talk, and then he writ, Let no coif'd Serjeant touch the (acred juice, But leave it to the Bards, for better ufe: Let the...their flames indulge the mellow fit, And lofe their fcnfcs in the fearch of wit: And whert with Claret ffred they take the penj Swear they can write, becaufe...

The Poetical Calendar: Containing a Collection of Scarce and ..., المجلدات 9-10

Francis Fawkes, William Woty - 1763
...wit. Drank 'till he could not talk, and then he writ. Let no coif'd ferjeant touch the facred juice, But leave it to the bards for better ufe : Let the...and dance but once a year. This truth once known, the poets take the hint, Get drunk or mad, and then get into print : To raife their flames indulge...

The Oxford Sausage: Or, Select Poetical Pieces

Thomas Warton - 1764 - عدد الصفحات: 195
...Wit, Drank till he could not talk, and then he writ. Let no coifd Serjeant touch the facred Juice, Bat leave it to the Bards for better Ufe : Let the grave...their Flames indulge the mellow fit, And lofe their Senfes in the Search of Wit : And when with Claret fir'd they take the Pen, Swear they can write, becaufe...

The Oxford Sausage: Or, Select Poetical Pieces

Thomas Warton - 1764 - عدد الصفحات: 195
...Wit, Drank till he could not talk, and then he writ. Let no coifd Serjeant touch the facred Juice, But leave it to the Bards for better Ufe : Let the...dance but once a Year. This Truth once known, our Pbets take the Hint, Get drunk or mad, and then get into Print : To raife their Flames indulge the...

The Oxford Sausage: Or, Select Poetical Pieces, Written by the Most ...

Oxford sausage - 1766 - عدد الصفحات: 190
...Wit, Drank till he could not talk, and then he wiit. Let no coifd Serjeant touch the facred Juice, But leave it to the Bards for better Ufe : Let the grave Judges too the glafs forbear, \Vho never fiag and dance but once a year. This truth once known, our poets take the hint, Get drunk...

Works: In English Verse, المجلد 4

Horace - 1767
...Wit, Drank 'till he could not talk, and then he writ. Let no coif'd Serjeant touch the facred Juice, But leave it to the Bards for better Ufe : Let the grave Judges too the Glafs forbear, Who never fmg, and dance but once a Year. This Truth once known, our Poets take the Hint, Get drunk or mad, and...

The Oxford Sausage, Or Select Poetical Pieces, Written by the Most ...

Thomas Warton - 1772 - عدد الصفحات: 224
...deriv'd his Wit, Drank till he could not talk, and then he writ. Let no coif 'd Serjeant touch the facred Juke, But leave it to the Bards for better Ufe : Let...their Flames indulge the mellow fit, And lofe their Senfes in the Search of Wit : And when with Claret fir'd they take the Pen, Swear they can write, becaufe...

The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical ..., المجلدات 39-40

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...too the glafs forbear, Who never fing and dance but once a year. * Now Birtiop of London. C c 2. This This truth once known, our poets take the hint,' Get drunk or mad, and then get into printi To raife their flames indulge the mellow fit, And lofe their fenfes in the fearch of wit i And...

The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., المجلد 52

English poets - 1790
...wit, Drank till he could not talk, and then he writ. Let no coiPd ferjeant touch the facred juice, But leave it to the bards for better ufe : Let the...their flames indulge the mellow fit, And lofe their fenfes in the fearch of wit : * Late r.illn.n of London. And And when with claret fir'd they take the...




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