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|An hour may lay it in ruins. - Byron, Lord Prolonged endurance tames the bold ... |
Byron, Lord Posterity will never survey a nobler grave than this: here lie the
bones of Castlereagh: stop, traveler, and piss. - Byron, Lord Your letter of
excuses has ...
|A particular bugbear was Lord Castlereagh, of whom Shelley wrote in The |
Masque of Anarchy: I metMurder on the way— ... Posterity will ne'er survey A
nobler grave than this: Here lie the bones ofCastlereagh: Stop, traveller, and piss.
207 This ...
|(John Gay) Here lie I by the chancel door; They put me here because I was poor. |
The further in ... Whose promise none relies on; He never said a foolish thing, Nor
ever did a wise one. ... Viscount Robert Stewart: Posterity will ne'er survey A
nobler grave than this. Here lie the bones of Castlereagh, Stop, traveler, and piss.
|Shelley is never mentioned there at all, and Byron rarely — but when Marx does |
mention Byron, it is with evident approval. ... Posterity will ne'er survey A nobler
grave than this; Here lie the bones of Castlereagh : Stop, traveller, and piss.141 ...
|(Of experience:) “I do not remember ever having had the itch; yet scratching is |
one of the sweetest gratifications of nature, and as ... 1618) placed his coat over a
puddle of urine in Queen Elizabeth I's path to obviate her need to walk around it.
... He never sent the letter. ... Viscount Castlereagh: “Posterity will ne'er survey A
nobler grave than this Here lie the bones of Castlereagh Stop, traveler, _; Honoré
|'I wouldn't know, I've never used one of the things,' I said thanking my lucky stars |
that I've only ever been involved with bohem- .... Posterity will ne'er survey A
nobler grave than his; Here lie the bones of Castlereagh; Stop, traveller, and piss.
|First paperback edition of one of E. P. Thompson's best and most deeply felt works.|
|Provides an incisive portrait of William Blake that reassesses the true nature of the life and art of the enigmatic poet, painter, and engraver and places Blake and his unique, mystical art within the context of eighteenth-century thought |