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" Are grown thus desp'rate: we have bulwarks round us; Within our walls are troops inur'd to toil In Afric's heat, and season'd to the sun; Numidia's spacious kingdom lies behind us, Ready to rise at its young prince's call. While there is hope, do not... "
The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic Pieces - 第 17 頁
Thomas Dibdin 著 - 1815
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Progressive exercises in Greek iambic verse

Edward Walford - 1867
...walls, Those hollow, bodiless forms of living men! 'EXERCISE XV. Let us appear nor rash nor diffident. Immod'rate valour swells into a fault ; And fear admitted...Fathers, I cannot see that our affairs Are grown thus desperate ; we have bulwarks round us : Within our walls are troops inured to toil In Afric's heat,...
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The British Drama: Illustrated, 第 2 卷

1867
...treason : let us shun them both. Fathers, I cannot see that our affairs Are grown thus desperate : we have bulwarks round us ; Within our walls are troops inur'd to toil In Af ric's heats, and season'd to the sun ; Numidia's spacious kingdom lies behind us. Ready to rise...
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Comstock's Elocution, Enlarged: A System of Vocal Gymnastics Designed for ...

Andrew Comstock, Philip Lawrence - 1808 - 314 頁
...to Cato. Cato. Let us be neither rash nor diffident — | Immod'rate valor swells into a fault' ; I And fear, admitted into public councils, | Betrays...bulwarks' round us : Within our walls, | are troops, inured to toil In Afric's heat, | (ind season'd to the sun' — | Numidia's spacious kingdom lies behind'...
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Readings from the Best Authors

Archibald Hamilton Bryce - 1869
...All is not right — Cato, beware of Lucius. Cato. Let us appear nor rash nor diffident : Immoderate valour swells into a fault ; And fear, admitted into...Fathers, I cannot see that our affairs Are grown thus desperate : we have bulwarks round us; Within our walls are troops inured to toil In Afric's heats,...
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The British Drama: Illustrated, 第 1 卷

1869
...nor diffident : J uimoderate valour swells into a fault ; And fear, admitted into public counsels, Betrays, like treason : let us shun them both. Fathers, I cannot see that our affairs Are grown thus desperate : we have bulwarks round us ; Within our walls are troops innr'd to toil In Af ric's heats,...
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The illustrated public school speaker and reader based on grammatical ...

Alexander Kennedy Isbister - 1870 - 382 頁
...me All is not right. Cato, beware of Lucius. Coto. Let us appear nor rash nor diffident: Immoderate valour swells into a fault; And fear, admitted into...Fathers, I cannot see that our affairs Are grown thus desperate : we have bulwarks round us ; Within our walls are troops inured to toil In Airic's heats,...
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Aids to Correct and Effective Elocution: With Selected Readings and ...

Eleanor O'Grady - 1890 - 376 頁
...is not right. Cato, beware of Lucius. Goto. Let us appear not rash nor diffident; Immod'rate valor swells into a fault; And fear admitted into public councils Betrays like treason. Let us shun 'em both. Fathers, I cannot see that our affairs Are grown thus desp'rate; we have bulwarks round us:...
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Dictionary of Quotations: (English)

Philip Hugh Dalbiac - 1897 - 510 頁
...Apollyonist, Cant. III., St. 4. " Imitation is the sincerest of flattery." COLTON. Lacon, CCXVII. " Immoderate valour swells into a fault, And fear, admitted into public councils, Betrays like treason." ADD1SON. Cato (Cato), Act II., Sc. I. " Immodest words admit of no defence, For want of decency is...
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Selections from the Writings of Joseph Addison

Joseph Addison - 1905 - 346 頁
...passionately for war, Lucius weakly counsels peace. Cato dislikes the tone of both speeches : Immoderate valour swells into a fault, And fear, admitted into...public councils, Betrays like treason. Let us shun 'em both. Decius, a herald from Caesar's camp, urges Cato to make peace with Caesar. Upon Cato's reply...
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper - 1914 - 461 頁
...Cato, beware of Lucius. lAsidc to CATO. Cato. Let us appear nor rash nor diffident: Immoderate valor swells into a fault, And fear, admitted into public councils. Betrays like treason. Let us shun 'em both. Fathers, I cannot see that our affairs Are grown thus desperate. We have bulwarks round us...
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