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From hence, let fierce contending nations know What dire effects from civil discord flow. •Tis this that shakes our country with alarms, And gives up Rome a prey to Roman arms, Produces fraud, and cruelty, and strife, And robs the guilty world of Cato's life. [Exeuzzt Omnes,
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EDICATION Page 3 Poem to Mr. Dryden 5 A Poem to his Majesty—presented to the Right Hon. Sir John Somers, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal,
1695. 7 To the King 9 Translation of all Virgil's Fourth Georgic, except the Story of Aristaeus 17 Song for St. Cecilia's Day, at Oxford 31 Account of the greatest English Poets. To Mr. Henry Sacheverell 34. Letter from Italy, to the Right Hon. Charles Lord Halifax, 1701 40 Milton's Style imitated, in a Translation of a Story out of the Third AEneid - 46 The Campaign, a Poem, to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough 51 Cowley's Epitaph on himself 63
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