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" Think not that Pomp and Pow'r can work on mine. 'Tis not thy Name, though that indeed is great, 'Tis not the tinsel trumpery of state, 'Tis not thy Title, Doctor tho... "
Sermons on the Lord's prayer, 1-10 sermons - Page viii
by Charles Churchill - 1774
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 32

1764
...free, .'VT, though a Dedicator, fcorn a fee. ']' Let thy own offspring all thy fortune's (hare ; .* I would not ALLEN rob, nor ALLEN'S heir. Think not,...up at Pow'r's vain fhrine, Think not that Pomp and 1'ow'r can work on mine. 'Tis not thy Name, though that indeed is great, Tis" hot the tinfel trumpery...
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Sermons

Charles Churchill - 1765 - 202 pages
...poor, In fpirit I'm right proud, nor can endure The mention of a bribe thy pocket's free, I, tho' a Dedicator, fcorn a fee. Let thy own offspring all...could controul, Which never offer'd up at Pow'r's vain flirine, Think not that Pomp and Pow'r can work on mine. 'Tis not thy Name, though that indeed is great,...
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Poems, Volume 4

Charles Churchill - 1765
...poor, In fpiritl'm right proud, nor can .end.ure The mention of a bribe thy pocket's free, I, tho' a Dedicator, fcorn a fee. Let thy own offspring all...heir. Think not, a Thought unworthy thy great foul, [trouj, Which pomps of this world never could coriWhich never offer'dup at Pow'rs vain fhrine, Think...
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Poems: By Charles Churchill. In Three Volumes. With Large Corrections and ...

Charles Churchill - 1772
...thy pocket's free, I , tho' a Dedicator, fcorn a fee. Let thy own offspring all thy fortunes mare ^ I would not ALLEN rob, nor ALLEN'S heir. Think not,...world never could controul, "Which never offer'd up at pow'rs vain mrine, Think not that Pomp and Pow'r can work on mine. 'Tis not thy Name, though that indeed...
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Poems, Volume 3

Charles Churchill - 1776
...thy pocket's free, If tho' a Dedicator, fcorn a fee. Let thy own offspring all thy fortunes ihare ; I would not Allen rob, nor Allen's heir. Think not,...pomps of this world never could controul, Which never offcr'd up at Pow'rs vain fhrine, Think not that pomp and pow'r can work on mine* 'Tis not thy name,...
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Bell's Edition, Volumes 107-109

John Bell - 1793
...pocket's free : 15 1, tho' a Dedicator, scorn a fee. Let thy own offspring all thy fortunes share ; I would not Allen rob, nor Allen's heir. Think not a thought unworthy thy great soul, Which pomps of this world never could control, -30 Which never offer'd up at Pow'r's vain shrine....
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Young. Churchill. Lloyd. Falconer. Thomson

Samuel Johnson - 1800
...thy pocket's free, I, tho' a Dedicator, fcom a fee. Let thy own offspring all thy fortunes (hare ; I would not Allen rob, nor Allen's heir. Think not,...world never could controul, Which never offer'd up at Power's vain Ihrine, Think not that pomp and pow'r can work on mine. *Tis not thy name, tho* that indeed...
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Young. Churchill. Lloyd. Falconer. Thomson

Samuel Johnson - 1800
...thy pocket's free, 1, tho* a Dedicator, fcorn a fee. Let thy own offspring all thy fortunes (hare , I would not Allen rob, nor Allen's heir. Think not, a thought unworthy thy great foui, Which pomps *f this world never could contxoul, live ; Which never offer'd up at Power's vain...
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Mallet, Akenside, Gray, Lyttelton, Moore, Cawthorne, Churchill, Falconer ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...pocket's free, I, though a dedicator, scorn a fee. Let thy own offspring all thy fortunes share; 1 would not Allen rob, nor Allen's heir. Think not, a thought unworthy thy great son!, Which pomps of this world never could control, Which never offcr'd up at Power's vain shrine,...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 14

Samuel Johnson - 1810 - 638 pages
...pocket's free, I, thoHgh a dedicator, scorn a fee. Let thy own offspring all thy fortunes share; I wonld not Allen rob, nor Allen's heir. Think not, a thought unworthy thy great soul. Which pomps of this world never could control, Which never ofl'er'd up at Power's vain shrine,...
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