The Poetical Works Of John Milton (1900)

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H.c quae sequuntur de Authore testimonia, tametsi ipse intelligebat non tarn de se quam supra se esse dicta, eo quod praeclaro ingenio viri, nee non amici ita fere solent laudare, ut omnia suis potius virtutibus, quam veritati ...
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H.c quae sequuntur de Authore testimonia, tametsi ipse intelligebat non tarn de se quam supra se esse dicta, eo quod praeclaro ingenio viri, nee non amici ita fere solent laudare, ut omnia suis potius virtutibus, quam veritati congruentia nimis cupide affingant, noluit tamen horum egregiam in se voluntatem non esse notam ; Cum alii preesertim ut id faceret magnopere suaderent. Dum enim nimiae laudis invidiam totis ab se viribus amolitur, sibique quod plus aequo est non attributum esse mavult, judicium interim hominum cordatorum atque illustrium quin summo sibi honor! ducat, negare non potest. Joannes Baptista Mansus, Marehio Villensis Neapolitans ad Joannem Miltoniiim Anglum. Ut mens, forma, decor, facies, mos, si pietas sic, Non Anglus, verum hercle Angelus ipse fores. Ad Joannem Miltonem Anglum triplici poeseos Inured coronandum Gfceca nimirum, Latina, atque Hetrusca, Epigramma Joannis Salsilli fymani. Cede Meles, cedat depressa Mincius urna; Sebetus Tassum desinat usque loqui; At Thamesis victor cunctis ferat altior undas Nam per te Milto par tribus unus erit. Ad Joannem Mtltonum. Maeonidem, jactet sibi Roma Maronem, Anglia Miltonum jactat utrique parem. Selvaggi. Al Signor Gio. Miltoni Nobile Inglese. Ergimi alF Etra b Clio Perche di stelle intreccierb corona Non piil del Biondo Dio La Fronde eterna in Pindo, e in Elicona, Diensi a merto maggior, maggiori i fregi, A' celeste virtb celts ti fregi. Non puo del tempo edace Rimaner preda, eterno alto valore Non puo F oblio rapace Furar dalle memorie eccelso onore, 10 Su F area di mia cetra un dardo forte Virtil m' adatti, e ferirb la morte. Del Ocean profondo Cinta dagli ampi gorghi Anglia risiede Separata dal mondo, Perb che il suo valo...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781458930743
  • Publisher: General Books LLC
  • Publication date: 8/3/2009
  • Pages: 218
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.46 (d)

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