« ՆախորդըՇարունակել »
and insert there,
As far as mortal eyes the portrait scan,
These lineaments of beauty which delight.
As Memnon's marble form, renown'd of old
of motion, or the pomp of light,
Verse 133. for touch, read move.
134. for the refining love, read this primaval love.
157. 158. for
The great career of justice. read
169-172. read thus:
Contented may repose; when things which are
Spurning the gross, &c.
179. for rowling his bright wave, read rowl bis
195. for far effus’d, read sallying forth. .-. 197. for through, read round. 222—270. This whole paragraph to be inserted
after verse 278, Book III.
- The generous glebe,
Whose bosom (miles with verdure, read,
The glow of flowers, Which gild the verdant pasture. 366. for nedar'd, read downey.
Verse 38%. for Nor'let the gleam, &e ta verse 402.
Nor be the hopes, Which flatter youthful bofoms, here appallid. Nor let false terrors urge you to renounce : This awful theme of undeceitful good, And truth eternal. Tho th' abhorred threats Of facred superstition, in the quest Of that kind pair constrain her kneeling slave To quench, and fet at nought, the lamp of God Within his frame: thro defarts, thorns, and mire, Tho forth the lead him, credulous, and dark, And aw'd with dubious notion, tho at length Benighted, terrified, afflicted, loft, She leave him to converse with cells, and graves, And shapes of death; to listen all alone, And, by the screaming owl's accursed fong, To watch the dreadful workings of his heart; Or talk with spectres on eternal woe" ; Yet be not you dismayed. A gentler star Your lovely search enlightens. From the grove, &c.
403. for talk'd, read fate.
413. for harmonious, read perfuafive. 431–437
Which conquers chance and fate; or whether tuned
Of everlasting praise; thro future worlds
Whether in vast majestic pomp array’d,
By beauty and by love.
460. for the bounteous, read their parent. 461-464. read thus,
such the flowers, With which young Maia for her genial fong Rewards the village maid; and such the trees, Which blith Pomona rears on Severn's bank To feed the bowl of Ariconian fwains, Who quaff beneath her branches. Lovebjer ftill, &c.
There most conspicuous even in outward shape.
476. for condueting, read directing.