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" Till generous Bacchus help'd to fan the Fire. Warm'd by two Gods at once, they drink and write, Rhyme all the Day, and fuddle all the Night. Homer, fays Horace, nods in many a Place, But hints, he nodded oftner o'er the Glafs. "
The Student, Or, The Oxford and Cambridge Monthly Miscellany - Page 25
1751
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, 21. köide

1759
...boldly think ; Their rhimes are more infipid than their drink. Not great Apollo could the train infpire, Till generous Bacchus help'd to fan the fire. Warm'd...once, they drink and write, Rhyme all the day, and tipple all the night. Homer, fays Horace, nods in many a place* Put hints he nodded oftner o'er the...
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The Monthly Review ;or Literary Journal.VOLUME XXI.

Several Hands - 1759
...boldly think; Their rhimes are more infipid than their drink. Not great Apollo could the train in/pire, Till generous Bacchus help'd to fan the fire. Warm'd by two Gods at once, they drink and writer Rhyme all the day, and tipple all the night. "T" IS faid, dear Sir, no Poets pleafe the town,...
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The Monthly Review, 21. köide

1759
...boldly think; Their rhimes are more infipid than their drink. Not great Apollo could the train inlpire, Till generous Bacchus help'd to fan the fire. Warm'd by two Gods at once, they drink and writet Rhyme all the day, and tipple all the night. "T* IS faid, dear Sir, no Poets pleafe the town,...
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The Poetical Calendar, Containing a Collection of Scarce and ..., 9–10. köide

Francis Fawkes - 1763
...boldly think ; Their rhymes are more infipid than their drink. Not great Apollo could the train infpire, 'Till generous Bacchus help'd to fan the fire : Warm'd...once, they drink and write, Rhyme all the day, and tipple all the night. Homer, fays Horace, nods in many a place, But hints he nodded oftner o'er the...
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The Oxford Sausage: Or, Select Poetical Pieces

Thomas Warton - 1764 - 195 lehte
...Drink. Not great Apolln could the Train infpire, 'Till generous Bacchn; help'd to fan the Fire. wWarm'd by two Gods at once, they drink and write, Rhyme all...Horace, nods in many a Place, But hints, he nodded oftaer o'er the Glafs. Infpir'd with Wine old Ennim fung and thought, With the fame Spirit, that his...
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The Oxford Sausage: Select Poetical Pieces

Thomas Warton - 1764 - 195 lehte
...more infipid than their Drink. Not great Apollo could the Train infpire, 'Till generous -Bacchus hdp'd to fan the Fire. Warm'd by two Gods at once, they drink and writ?, Rhyme all the Day, and fuddle all the Night. Homer, fays Horace, nods in many a Place, But hints,...
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The Oxford Sausage: Or, Select Poetical Pieces, Written by the Most ...

Oxford sausage - 1766 - 190 lehte
...Bacchus help'd to fan the Fire. •^Warm'dby two Gods at once, they drink and write,, ithyme aR *be Day, and fuddle all the night. Homer, fays Horace , nods in many a place, Btrt hints, he nodded oftner oVrtheGkfs. IufpirM with Wine old Emti'iii fung and thought, With the...
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The Oxford Sausage, Or Select Poetical Pieces, Written by the Most ...

Thomas Warton - 1772 - 224 lehte
...boldly think : Their Rhymes are more infipid than their Drink. Not great Apollo could the Train infpire, 'Till generous Bacchus help'd to fan the Fire. Warm'd...with Wine old Ennius fung and thought, With the fame Spirit, that his Heroes fought : And we from Jonfon's Tavern-laws divine That Bard was no great Enemy...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical ..., 39–40. köide

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...boldly think ; Their rhymes are more infipid than their drink. Not great Apollo could the train infpire, Till generous Bacchus help'd to fan the fire. Warm'd...oftner o'er the glafs. Infpir'd with wine old Ennius fnng and thought With the fame fpirit, that his heroes fought s And we from Johnfon's tavern-laws divine,...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., 43. köide

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...think ; . , Their rhymes are more infipid than their drink. Not great Apollo could the train infpire, % Till generous Bacchus help'd to fan the fire. Warm'd...place, But hints, he nodded oftner o'er the glafs. i Infpir'd with wine old Ennius fung and thought With the fame fpirit, that his heroes fought i And...
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