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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th] - Página 99
1823
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A topographical and historical description of the parish of Tixall, by sir T ...

sir Thomas Hugh Constable (1st bart.) - 1817 - 474 páginas
...derived the same advantage from his travels as Ulysses : lUXXw J'«f9-£«T«» (JiK adta. xct/ roor iym Wandering from clime to clime observant strayed, Their manners noted, and their states surveyed, (i) Mr. Anson had a highly cultivated mind, and was particularly fond of the society of men of genius,...
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The Eclectic Review, Volumen20

1823 - 614 páginas
...he deals in lengthened details upon the state of arts and learning in the places where he sojov'is, it is in such a sort as convinces you, that he is...witty. Yet, of this intercourse, where are the fruits 1 Dull catalogues of authors, criticisms on their writings, somewhat the worse for wear ; but neither...
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A London Encyclopaedia, Or Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volumen16

Thomas Curtis - 1829 - 824 páginas
...serT»nts on the Lord's day, of which he was always a тегу strict and solemn observer. Atterbitry. Wandering from clime to clime observant strayed, Their manners noted, and their states surveyed. Pope. Wherever I have found her notes to be wholly another's, which is the case of some hundreds, I...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volumen6

1839 - 558 páginas
...system of the great American Democracy. Like another " Ulysses fertile in Council," he has — Wand'ring from clime to clime observant strayed, Their manners noted, and their states surveyed. He informs his readers that it was not till he had exhausted the rest of the inhabited globe — till...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volumen6

1839 - 546 páginas
...system of the great American Democracy. Like another " Ulysses fertile in Council," he has — Wand'ring from clime to clime observant strayed, Their manners noted, and their states surveyed. He informs his readers that it was not till he had exhausted the rest of the inhabited globe — till...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volumen14

1849 - 472 páginas
...we promise a rare treat in the line of style and grammar. Parturiunt mantel, nascetur ridiculus mus. Wandering from clime to clime, observant strayed, Their manners noted and their states surveyed. On stormy seas unnumbered toils he bore, Safe with his friends to gain his natal shore." Let us also...
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Homeric Ballads; with Translations and Notes

Homer, William Maginn - 1850 - 332 páginas
...regions.' The second line is nearly a repetition of his translation of кoÙ vóov eyvы in the exordium : Wandering from clime to clime, observant strayed, Their manners noted, and their states surveyed. And this certainly gives the idea of observation, which Horace has omitted. In the last distich, barbarians,...
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History of Greek Literature, Volumen43

Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd, Charles James Blomfield - 1851 - 414 páginas
...father, " thy n is enthusiastically fond of science."2 Subsequently to this, for 1 (Myss. i. 4 :— Wandering from clime to clime, observant strayed, Their manners noted and their tastes surveyed. Pope's Odyssey, i. 5, 6. ! In presenting this popular and highly interesting account...
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Homeric Ballads and Comedies of Lucian

Homer - 1856 - 388 páginas
...The second line is nearly a repetition of his translation of «ai vtov 'iyvu in the exordium : — " Wandering from clime to clime, observant strayed Their manners noted, and their states surveyed." And this certainly gives the idea of observation, which Horace has omitted. In the last distich, barbarians,...
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Proceedings of the Bunker Hill Monument Association at the Annual Meeting

Bunker Hill Monument Association - 1865 - 104 páginas
...then to be taught, saw every thing to be seen, made the acquaintance of the most eminent men, and " Wandering from clime to clime, observant strayed, Their manners noted, and their States surveyed." How faithfully on his return he discharged his duty to the University, what zeal and enthusiasm he...
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