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" His virtues and his pills are so well known That envy can't confine them under stone. But they'll survive his dust and not expire Till all things else at th "
A history of the county of Surrey - Page 78
by Thomas Allen - 1831
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1878
...Institution, then 1 One of the couplets in the inscription on Lockyer's monument is the following: — " His virtues and his pills are so well known, That envy can't confine them under stone." — Ens. prayed and eat and drunk himself, then gave to every one with his own Hand, droping pertinent...
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A Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions, Historical ..., Volume 2

Epitaphs - 1806
...'tis to .write in verse His eulogies, which most men's mouths rehearse; His virtues and his pills arc so well known, That envy can't confine them under...embalm him safe To future times, without an epitaph. . ., • ..., • , :,,L ST. MARY MAGDALEN, TAUNTON, SOMERStiTSHIRf. '' '' 'To the memory of ' •"•...
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Some Account of London, Volume 1

Thomas Pennant - London (England) - 1813 - 660 pages
...expressed: His virtues and his pills so well are known. That envy can't confine them under stone; But they'l survive his dust, and not expire Till all things else,...embalm him safe To future times without an epitaph. 1 believe the last to be prophetic; his pills are still to be found among the long list of quackeries...
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Some account of Lond

Thomas Pennant - 1813
...His virtues and his pills so well are known, That envy can't confine them under stone ; But they'l survive his dust, and not expire Till all things else,...embalm him safe To future times without an epitaph. I believe the last to be prophetic ; his pills are still to be found among the long list of quackeries...
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Some Account of London, Volume 2

Thomas Pennant - London (England) - 1813 - 660 pages
...confine them under stone ; But they'l survive his dust, and not expire Till all things else, at tli' universal fire. This verse is lost, his pills embalm him safe To future times without an epitaph. I believe the last to be prophetic ; his pills are still to be found among the long list of quackeries...
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The antiquarian itinerary [by J.S. Storer].

James Sargant Storer - 1816
...diminution 'tis to write in verse His eulogies, which most men's mouths rehearse : His virtues and bis pille are so well known, That envy can't confine them under...verse is lost ; his pills embalm him safe To future timeĢ without an epitaph. His pills were lately sold by Mr. William Nicoll, bookseller, in St. Paul's...
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The Antiquarian Itinerary, Comprising Specimens of Architecture ..., Volume 2

James Storer - Architecture - 1816
...inscriptions : A diminution 'tis to write in verse His eulogies, which most men's months rehearse : His virtues and his pills are so well known, That...th* universal fire, This verse is lost ; his pills emhalm him safe To future times without an epitaph. His pills were lately sold hy Mr. William Nit-oil,...
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The Antiquarian Itinerary: Comprising Specimens of Architecture ..., Volume 2

James Storer - Architecture - 1816 - 342 pages
...tombs adorn. Л diminution 'tis to write in verse His eulogies, which most men's months rehearse : His virtues and his pills are so well known, That...his dust, and not expire Till all things else, at 11Г universal fire, This verse is lost ; his pills embalm him safe To future times without an epitaph....
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The history and antiquities of the parochial church of st. Saviour ...

Joseph Nightingale - 1818
...MARY OVEHIEJ. A diminution 'tis tn write in verse His eulogies, which most men's mouths rehearse : His virtues and his pills are so well known, That envy can't confine them under stoue : But they'll survive his dust, and not expire Till all things else, at th' universal fire, This...
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A Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions, Ancient and Modern ...

William Graham - Epitaphs - 1821 - 1 pages
...vulgar tombs adorn ! A diminution 'tis to write in verse His eulogies which most men's mouths rehearse ; His virtues and his pills are so well known, That...survive his dust, and not expire Till all things else at the universal fire. This verse is lost, his pills embalm him safe To future times without an epitaph....
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