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" We nowhere art do so triumphant see, As when it grafts or buds the tree : In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To nature, and but imitate her well ; It over-rules and is her master here. It imitates her Maker's power... "
Cato:, Or, An Essay on Old-age - Page 84
by Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1773 - 319 pages
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The Essays of Abraham Cowley

Abraham Cowley - 1868 - 240 pages
...dominion leaves for art. 10. We no where art do so triumphant see, As when it grafts or buds the tree : In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To Nature, and but imitate her well ; It over-rules, and is her master here. It...
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Virgil in English Rhythm: With Illustrations from the British Poets, from ...

Virgil - 1871 - 376 pages
...upon the subject itself: " We nowhere Art do so triumphant see, As when it grafts or buds the tree : In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To Nature, and but imitate her well ; Wherefore arise ! О learn their special tilths,...
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Biennial Report, Volume 9

Kansas State Horticultural Society - 1880 - 496 pages
...written two hundred years ago: "We nowhere art do so triumphant see, As when it grafts or buds the tree. In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To Nature, and but imitate her well ; It overrules and is her master, here: It imitates...
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The Biennial Report of the Kansas State Horticultural Society, Volume 9

Kansas State Horticultural Society - 1880 - 496 pages
...written two hundred years ago: "We nowhere art do so triumphant see, As when it grafts or buds the tree. In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To Nature, and but imitate her well; It overrules and is her maater, here: It imitates...
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Essays, Plays and Sundry Verses, Volume 2

Abraham Cowley - 1906 - 516 pages
...see, As when it Grafs or Buds the Tree: In other things we count it to excell, If it a Docile Schollar can appear To Nature, and but imitate her well ; It over-rules, and is her Master here. It imitates her Makers Power Divine, And changes her sometimes, and sometimes does refine...
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Essays, Plays and Sundry Verses; the Text Ed. by A. R. Waller, M.A

Abraham Cowley, Alfred Rayney Waller - 1906 - 518 pages
...leaves for Art. 10. We no where Art do so triumphant see, As when it Grafs or Buds the Tree: • In other things we count it to excel!, If it a Docile Schollar can appear To Nature, and but imitate her well ; • . i It over-rules, and is her Master...
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Sir William Temple Upon the Gardens of Epicurus: With Other XVIIth Century ...

William Temple - 1908 - 372 pages
...see, As when it grafts or buds the tree : In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To nature, and but imitate her well ; It overrules, and is her master here, It imitates her Maker's power divine, And changes her sometimes, and sometimes does refine...
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Sir William Temple Upon the Gardens of Epicurus: With Other XVIIth Century ...

William Temple - 1908 - 388 pages
...dominion leaves for art. We nowhere art do so triumphant see, As when it grafts or buds the tree : In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To nature, and but imitate her well ; It overrules, and is her master here, It imitates...
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The Garden Muse: Poems for Garden Lovers

William Aspenwall Bradley - 1910 - 204 pages
...leaves for art. X. We nowhere art do so triumphant see, As when it grafts or buds the tree ; The Garden In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To Nature, and but imitate her well ; It overrules and is her master here. It imitates...
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A Book of Old-world Gardens

Alfred H. Hyatt - 1913 - 166 pages
...leaves for art 59 The X fe nowhere art do so triumphant see, divine As when it grafts or buds the tree : In other things we count it to excel, If it a docile scholar can appear To nature, and but imitate her well ; It overrules, and is her master here, It imitates...
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