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" Ionic then, with decent matron grace, Her airy pillar heaved ; luxuriant last, The rich Corinthian spread her wanton wreath. The whole so measured true, so lessen'd off By fine proportion, that the marble pile, Form'd to repel the still or stormy waste... "
Poems on several subjects: In two volumes - Page 107
by John Ogilvie - 1769 - 172 lehte
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The Builder's Pocket Companion: Containing the Elements of Building ...

A. C. Smeaton - 1867 - 273 lehte
...luxuriant, last, The rich Corinthian spread her wanton wreath. The whole so measured true, so lessen'd off By fine proportion, that the marble pile, Form'd to repel the still or stormy waste Of rolling ages, light as fabrics looked That from the magic wand aerial rise....
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The poetical works of James Thomson. With life, critical diss., and ...

James Thomson - 1873
...luxuriant, last, The rich Corinthian spread her wanton wreath : The whole so measur'd true, so lessen'd off By fine proportion, that the marble pile, Form'd to repel the still or stormy waste Of rolling ages, light as fabrics look'd That from the magic wand aerial rise....
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The Atlantic Monthly, 71. köide

1893
...luxuriant last, The rich Corinthian spread her wanton wreath. The whole so measured true, so lessen'd off By fine proportion, that the marble pile, Form'd to repel the still and stormy waste Of rolling ages, light as fabrics look'd That from the magic wand aerial rise."...
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Greek Lines and Other Architectural Essays

Henry Van Brunt - 1893 - 274 lehte
...luxuriant last, The rich Corinthian spread her wanton wreath. The whole so measured true, so lessen'd off By fine proportion, that the marble pile, Form'd to repel the still and stormy waste Of rolling ages, light as fabrics look'd That from the magic wand aerial rise."...
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The Atlantic Monthly, 71. köide

1893
...luxuriant last, The rich Corinthian spread her wanton wreath. The whole so measured true, so lessen'd off By fine proportion, that the marble pile, Form'd to repel the still and stormy waste Of rolling ages, light as fabrics look'd That from the magic wand aerial rise."...
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