Should he upbraid I'll own that he prevail,And sing as sweetly as the nightingale.. .Say that he frown, I'll say his looks I viewAs morning roses newly tip'd with dew. Title: Should he upbraid; Contributor Names: Bishop, Henry R. Created / Published: Russell, G. D., Boston, , monographic. Subject Headings: Songs with.
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She had still to tax and upbraid her for her part in the unhappiness which had been wrought on Lilla, and for her share in causing her death. Exhausted I see thee, by poisonous flies; bleeding I see thee, and torn at a hundred spots; and thy pride will not even upbraid.
Some persons possessed this power for life, others only for a particular time or particular purpose, as the people of Mitylene elected Pittacus to oppose the exiles, who were headed by Antimenides and Alcaeus the poet, as we learn from a poem of his; for he upbraids the Mitylenians for having chosen Pittacus for their tyrant, and with one [b] voice extolling him to the skies who was the ruin of a rash and devoted people.