Boyce, Samuel (d. 1775). Glory An Ode; to His Royal Highness the Duke [from Poems on Several Occasions. By Samuel Boyce]. London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... J. Newbery ... and W. Reeve [etc.], 1757.
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An enchantress may fix her "sun-bright throne" in her lover's bosom
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When each celestial virtue proudly strove
Whose pow'r supreme should in the Prince be shewn,
You, sweet enchantress! charm'd his heart to love,
And in his bosom fix'd your sun-bright throne.
There saw the graces ripen and refine,
And taught the Great and Good in fairest light to shine.
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