Algarotti, Francesco  
Opere Del Conte Algarotti (Band 7) — Venezia, 1792 [Cicognara Nr. 3-7]

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dell’ Eneide del Caro. 5g5

LUOGO DI DRYDEN SPETTANTE
AL DANTE ED AL PETRARCA.

But Italy revi'ving from the trance

Of Vandal j Goth, and.ignorance

sVith Pauses, Cadence, and wellvowelVd
words

Arid all the Graces a good ear asfords
Made Rhime an Art, and Dante’s polislVd
Page

RestoPd a silver, not a golden age .

Then Petrarch follow d, and in him we see
JVhat Rhime irnprov'd in all its height can he
At best a pleasing sound, and fair harha-
rity .

To the Earl of Roscommon on his
Excellent Essay on Translated Yerse:
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