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" infection of our times. That candid Age no other way could tell / To be ingenious, but by speaking well. Who best could prayse, had then the greatest prayse, Twas more... "
Lucasta: Epodes, Odes, Sonnets, Songs, &c. &c. To which is Added, Aramantha ... - Page xx
by Richard Lovelace - 1817
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Lucasta: The Poems of Richard Lovelace,esq. Now First Edited, and the Text ...

Richard Lovelace, William Carew Hazlitt - 1864 - 356 pages
...J. NEEDLEB, Hosp. Grayensis. TO HIS NOBLE FEIEND, ME. EICHAED LOVELACE, UPON HIS POEMS, SIB, SM JVE times are much degenerate from those, Which your sweet...as complexions alter with the climes, Our wits have drawne th' infection of our times. That candid age no other way could tell To be ingenious, but by...
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Lucasta: The Poems of Richard Lovelace

Richard Lovelace, William Carew Hazlitt - 1864 - 354 pages
...NEEDLER, Hosp. Grayensis. TO HIS NOBLE FRIEND, MR. RICHARD LOVELACE, UPON HIS POEMS. SIR, •SM - times are much degenerate from those, Which your sweet Muse, which your failfortune chose ; And as complexions alter with the climes, Our wits have drawne th' infection of...
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The Complete Works in Verse and Prose of Andrew Marvell, Volume 1

Andrew Marvell - 1872 - 564 pages
...Memorial-Introduetion for notice of this poem. G. TO HIS NOBLE FRIEND, MR. RICHARD LOVELACE, UPON HIS POEMS. 1 SIB, Ovr times are much degenerate from those Which your sweet...as complexions alter with the Climes, Our wits have drawne th' infeetion of our times, That candid Age no other way could tell 5 To be ingenious, but by...
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Verse

Andrew Marvell - 1872 - 564 pages
...Muse, which your fair Fortune chose ; And as complexions alter with the Climes, Our wits have drawne th' infection of our times, That candid Age no other way could tell 5 To be ingenious, but by speaking well. Who best could prayse, had then the greatest prayse ; 'Twas...
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Lucasta: The Poems of Richard Lovelace, Esquire, Volume 1

Richard Lovelace - 1921 - 198 pages
...obay. J. NEEDLER, Hasp. Grayensis TO HIS NOBLE FRIEND MR. RICHARD LOVELACE UPON HIS POEMS SIR, OVR times are much degenerate from those, Which your sweet Muse, which your fair fortune chose; And as complexions\alter with the climes, Our wits have drawne th' infection of our times. That candid age...
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The Cavalier Spirit and Its Influence on the Life and Work of Richard ...

Cyril Hughes Hartmann - 1925 - 198 pages
...admirable illustration of his own point of view. TO HIS NOBLE FRIEND, MR RICHARD LOVELACE, UPON HIS POEMS Sir, Our times are much degenerate from those,...as complexions alter with the climes, Our wits have drawne th' infection of our times. That candid age no other way could tell To be ingenious, but by...
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The Poems and Letters of Andrew Marvell: Poems

Andrew Marvell - 1927 - 372 pages
...Ma^/3eAAow, f* rsD r^f 51 reparato] reparare Cooke To his Noble Friend Mr. Richard Lovelace, upon his Poems. Sir, Our times are much degenerate from those...as complexions alter with the Climes, Our wits have drawne th' infection of our times. That candid Age no other way could tell To be ingenious, but by...
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The Complete Poems

Andrew Marvell - 1985 - 324 pages
...go now 170 To hang it in Saint Peter's for a vow. To His Noble Friend Mr Richard Lovelace, upon His Poems Sir, Our times are much degenerate from those Which your sweet muse with your fair fortune chose, And as complexions alter with the climes, Our wits have drawn the infection...
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British Literary Manuscripts: From 800 to 1800, Volume 1

Verlyn Klinkenborg, Herbert Cahoon, Pierpont Morgan Library - 1981 - 274 pages
...might have observed as he did in his poem "To his Noble Friend Mr. Richard Lovelace, upon his Poems": Our times are much degenerate from those Which your sweet Muse which vour fair Fortune chose, And as complexions alter with the Climes, Our wits have drawne th'infection...
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Andrew Marvell

Robert Wilcher - 1985 - 212 pages
...made his mark in Cavalier circles at Oxford and the two poets probably became acquainted at Cambridge: Sir, Our times are much degenerate from those Which your sweet muse with your fair fortune chose, And as complexions alter with the climes, Our wits have drawn the infection...
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