The Genius of the Thames: A Lyrical Poem, in Two Parts

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T. Hookham, jun. and E.T. Hookham, ... and Manners and Miller, Edinburgh., 1810 - 147 lappuses

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116. lappuse - Genius, natale comes qui temperat astrum, Naturae deus humanae, mortalis in unumQuodque caput, vultu mutabilis, albus et ater.
129. lappuse - Argileti 345 testaturque locum et letum docet hospitis Argi. hinc ad Tarpeiam sedem et Capitolia ducit aurea nunc, olim silvestribus horrida dumis. iam tum religio pavidos terrebat agrestis dira loci, iam tum silvam saxumque tremebant. 350
147. lappuse - Muoiono le città, muoiono i regni, copre i fasti e le pompe arena ed erba, e l'uom d'esser mortal par che si sdegni: oh nostra mente cupida e superba!
131. lappuse - Ma quando parte il sol, qui tosto adombra ' notte, nube, caligine ed orrore che rassembra infernal, che gli occhi ingombra di cecità, ch'empie di tema il core; né qui gregge od armenti a...
142. lappuse - Rosamond, the fair daughter of Walter Lord Clifford, concubine to Henry II. (poisoned by Queen Eleanor, as some thought) died at Woodstock (AD 1 177), 141 where king Henry had made for her a house of wonderful working ; so that no man or woman might come to her, but he that was instructed by the king, or such as were right secret with him touching the matter.
141. lappuse - A hazel grows near the chapel, the fruit of which is always apparently perfect, but is invariably found to be hollow. This nunnery derives its chief interest from having been the burial-place of the beautiful Rosamond, who appears, after her death^ to have been regarded as a saint.
3. lappuse - 1 terren ch'i' toccai pria? non è questo il mio nido, ove nudrito fui sì dolcemente? non è questa la patria in ch'io mi fido, madre benigna e pia, che copre l'un e l'altro mio parente? Per Dio, questo la mente talor vi mova, e con pietà guardate le lagrime del popol doloroso, che sol da voi riposo dopo Dio spera; e pur che voi mostriate segno alcun di pietate...
116. lappuse - Quod non plura datis invenerit. et tamen idem Scire volam, quantum fimplex hilarifque nepoti Difcrepet, et quantum difcordet parcus avaro.
142. lappuse - Henry had made for her a house of wonderfull working ; so that no man or woman might come to her, but he that was instructed by the king, or such as were right secret with him touching the matter. This house after some was named Labyrinthus, or Dedalus worke, which was wrought like unto a knot in a garden, called a Maze...
120. lappuse - Lucus erat, quern medium ex opaco specu fons perenni rigabat aqua : quo quia se persaepe Numa sine arbitris , velut ad congressum Deae , inferebat , Camenis eum lucum sacravit; quod earum ibi concilia cum conjuge sua Egeria essent.

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