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" Was wont to boast two suns,' whose several beams Cast light on either way, the world's and God's. One since hath quench'd the other; and the sword Is grafted on the crook; and, so conjoin'd, Each must perforce decline to worse, unawed By fear of other. "
The Divine Comedy - Page 207
by Dante Alighieri - 1909 - 429 pages
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The vision; or, Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, tr. by H.F. Cary

Dante Alighieri - 1814
...two suns, whose several heams Cast light on either way, ihe world's and God's. Ill One since liath quench'd the other; and the sword Is grafted on the crook ; and so conjoin'd Each mnst perforce decline to worse, unaw'd By fear of other. If thou douht me, m.uk H5 The hlade: each...
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Works of the British Poets: The vision of Dante Alighieri, tr. by H.F. Cary

Robert Walsh - 1822
...world To evil. Rome, that turn'd it unto good, Was wont to boast two suns}, whose several beams 110 Cast light on either way, the world's and God's. One since hath quench'd the other; and the sword * TheforlTcss.] Justice, the most necessary virtue in the chief magistrate, ai tlie commentators for...
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The Vision; Or, Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, of Dante Alighieri ..., Volume 2

Dante Alighieri - 1822
...world To evil. Kome, that turn'd it unto good, Was wont to boast two sunsI, whose several beams 110 Cast light on either way, the world's and God's. One since hath quench'd the other ; and the sword * TtefortrenJ Justice, the mest necessary virtue in the chief magistrate, as the commentators for tlse...
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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, Volume 46

English poetry - 1822
...government." The fallaey of which reasoning (if such it ean be ealled) he proeeed* to prove. VOL. XLVI. C Is grafted on the crook; and, so conjoin'd, Each must perforce decline to worse, unaw'd By fear of other. If thou doubt me, mark The blade: each herb is judg'd of by its seed. That...
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The Poems of the Vita Nuova and Convito of Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri - 1842 - 136 pages
...ill-conducting, that hath turn'd the world To evil. Rome, that turn'd it unto good, Was wont to boast two suns, whose several beams Cast light on either way, the...so conjoin'd, Each must perforce decline to worse, unaw'd By fear of other. If thou doubt me, mark The blade : each herb is judged of by its seed." Cary....
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The Vision, Or Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise

Dante Alighieri - 1844
...ill-condueting, that hath turn'd the world To evil. Bome, that turn'd it unto good, Was wont to boast two suns3, whose several beams Cast light on either way, the...worse, unawed By fear of other. If thou doubt me, mark 1 The fortress.] Justice, the most necessary virtue in the chief magistrate, as the commentators for...
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The vision; or, Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise

Dante Alighieri - 1847 - 543 pages
...lights, the greater light and the lesser, the one to rule the day, and the other the night ; then, mat Cast light on either way, the world's and God's. One...The blade : each herb is judged of by its seed. That land', through which Adice and the Po Their waters roll, was once the residence Of courtesy and valour,...
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Translation of Dante's Vision

Henry Francis Cary - 1850
...the lesser, the one to rule the day, and the other the night; then, . Animula vagula blandula, &c. Cast light on either way, the world's and God's. One...The blade : each herb is judged of by its seed. That land1, through which Adice and the Po Their waters roll, was once the residence Of courtesy and valour,...
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The Vision; Or, Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise of Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri - 1850 - 587 pages
...ill-conducting, that hath turn'd the world To evil. Rome, that turn'd it unto good, Was wont to boast two suns,' whose several beams Cast light on either way, the world's and God's. One since hath qiirnch'd the other; and the sword Is grafted on the crook ; and, so conjoin'd, Each must perforce...
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The Vision; Or Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise

Dante Alighieri - 1853 - 587 pages
...world To evil. Rome, that turn'd it unto good, Was wont to boast two suns,' whose several beams Cart -light on either way, the world's and God's. One since...decline to worse, unawed By fear of other. If thou doubt Tie, mark 1 Tke fortrena.} Justice, the most necessary virtue in the chief magistrate, as the commentators...
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