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" Where in the void of heaven a space is free, Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee? The Scorpion, ready to receive thy laws, Yields half his region, and contracts his claws. "
Lives of the Roman Poets: Containing a Critical and Historical Account of ... - Page 72
by Lewis Crusius - 1733
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English Synonymes Explained: In Alphabetical Order ; with Copious ...

George Crabb - English language - 1882 - 856 pages
...were, ifood to do, chapels hud been churches, and poor me;i's cottages princes' palaces. SHAKjrEAltE. The scorpion, ready to receive thy laws, Yields half his region and contracts his claws. DRXDCN. EBULLITION, EFFERVESCENCE, FERMENTATION, I-'EIUIENT. THESE technical terms have a strong resemblance...
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Primary Phenomenal Astronomy for Teachers and General Readers: How to Study ...

Frederick Harold Bailey - Astronomy - 1886 - 104 pages
...Ciesar. Virgil in the Georgics, I, 32-85, says, via Dryden— u Where in the void of Heaven a space is free, Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid for thee. The Scorpion, ready to receive thy laws, Yields halt his region and contracts his claws." As represented by all authorities, the Scales occupy the...
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Preparatory and College Latin Courses in English (condensed and Consolidated)

William Cleaver Wilkinson - Latin language - 1889 - 498 pages
...summers wi;h thy rays, And, seated near the Balance, poise the days, Where in the void of heaven a space is free, Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee...region, and contracts his claws. Whatever part of heaven thou shalt obtain, (For let not hell presume of such a reign ; Nor let so dire a thirst of empire...
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Classic Latin Course in English

William Cleaver Wilkinson - Latin literature - 1893 - 298 pages
...summers with thy rays, And, seated near the Balance, poise the days, Where in the void of heaven a space is free, Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee?...region, and contracts his claws. Whatever part of heaven thou shalt obtain (For let not hell presume of such a reign ; Nor let so dire a thirst of empire...
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Memories of the Tennysons

Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley - Poets, English - 1900 - 252 pages
...summers with thy rays, And seated near the balance poise the days ; Where in the void of heaven a space is free Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee?...laws, Yields half his region and contracts his claws." Further on, in the same Georgic, the husbandman is exhorted to watch no less carefully than the sailor...
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Memories of the Tennysons

Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - 1900 - 252 pages
...summers with thy rays, And seated near the balance poise the days ; Where in the void of heaven a space is free Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee?...laws, Yields half his region and contracts his claws." Further on, in the same Georgic, the husbandman is exhorted to watch no less carefully than the sailor...
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Memories of the Tennysons

Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley - 1900 - 252 pages
...summers with thy rays, And seated near the balance poise the days ; Where in the void of heaven a space is free Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee?...laws, Yields half his region and contracts his claws." Further on, in the same Georgic, the husbandman is exhorted to watch no less carefully than the sailor...
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The poetical works of John Dryden

John Dryden - 1909 - 1056 pages
...with thv rays, And, seated near the Balance, poise the days, Where, in the void of heav'n, a space is free, Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee...receive thy laws, Yields half his region, and contracts bis claws. y> Whatever part of heav'n thou shall obtain — For let not hell presume of such a reign;...
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The Poetical Works of John Dryden

John Dryden - English poetry - 1909 - 1056 pages
...with thy rays, And, seated near the Balance, poise the days, Where, in the void of heav'n, a space is free, Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee?...The Scorpion, ready to receive thy laws, Yields half bis region, and contracts his claws. 50 Whatever part of heav'n thou s halt obtain — For let not...
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Roman Literature in Translation

George Howe, Gustave Adolphus Harrer - English literature - 1924 - 630 pages
...toil; And thou, whose hands the shroud-like cypress rear; Come, all ye gods and goddesses that wear free, Betwixt the Scorpion and the Maid, for thee....thy laws, Yields half his region, and contracts his daws. Whatever part of Heaven thou shall obtain, For let not Hell presume of such a reign ; Nor let...
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