| William Shakespeare - 1767
...and, to fpeak truth of Ct%iari I have not known when his affections fway'd More than his reafon. But **'tis a common proof. That lowlinefs is young ambition's...clouds, fcorning the bafe degrees By which he did** aicend : fo Cafar may : Then, left he may, prevent. And fince the quarrel Will bear no colour, for... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1768
...reafon. But 'tis a common proof. That lowlinefs is young ambition's ladder, Whereto the climber-upward **turns his face ; But when he once attains the upmoft...Looks in the clouds, fcorning the bafe degrees By** I Then, left he may, prevent. And fince the quarrel By which he did afcend : fo Ctefar may : Fafbion... | |
| Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1769
...BRUTUS. That lowlinefs is young ambition's ladder, "Tis a common proof, Whereto the climber upwards **turns his face; But when he once attains the upmoft round, He then unto the ladder turns his back,** By which he did afcend. So L'a fur may. • Thus Mr. Voltaire uanflates it, Looks in the clouds, fcorning... | |
| Edward Burnaby Greene - 1770 - 327 pagina’s
...He then adds, " 'Tis a common proof " ThatLcwlinefs is young Ambition's ladder, " Whereto theclimber **upward turns his face; • ' But when he once attains...in the clouds, fcorning the bafe degrees " By which** hedidafcend. SoC'ESARmay; •" Then, left he may, prevent." This companion at firft fight appears not... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1770 - 133 pagina’s
...And to fpeak truth of C<tfar1 I have not known, when his affeftions fway'd More than his reafon. But **'tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's ladder, Whereto the** climbei.- upward turns his face : But when he once attains the upmoft round, He then unto the ladder... | |
| Mrs. Montagu (Elizabeth) - 1772 - 288 pagina’s
...urging concerning Csefar, thus exprefles his apprehenfion, that imperial power may change the conduct of **the man. BRUTUs. 'Tis a common proof, That lowlinefs...clouds, fcorning the bafe degrees * . By which he did** afgend. So Csfar may. Thus Mr. Voltaire tranflates it : BRUTUS. —On fait aflez quelle eft 1'ambition.... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1772
...'and, to {peak truth- of Csefar, I have not known when his afl'eftions fwayed More than his reafon. But **'tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young Ambition's...upmoft round, , He then unto the ladder turns his** baek, Looks in the clouds'; Tcormng the bafe degrees' By which he did aicend; fo Casfar may-t Then... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1773
...reafon. But 'tis a 7 common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's ladder, Whereto the climber-upward **turns his face: But when he once attains the upmoft...fcorning the " bafe degrees By which he did afcend. So** Ca^far may : Then, left he may, prevent. And, fince the quarrel Will bear no colour, for the thing... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1773
...from Power: and, to fpeak truth I have not known when his affeilions fway'd More than his reafon. But **'tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's...: ; , ; But when he once attains the upmoft round,** . , I , ., He then unto the ladder turns his back ? Looks in the clouds, fcorning the bafe degree*... | |
| Jean Marie Bernard Clément - 1774
...common proof That Iow!ine(fis young ambition's ladder Whereto the Climber upward turns his face But vhen **he once attains the upmoft round He then unto the...clouds fcorning the bafe degrees By which he did afcend** : fo Cefar may. Voici la traduétion de M. de Voltaire : • . On fait aflez quelle eft l'ambition.... | |
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