|Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.|
|Pour the full tide of eloquence along,|
Serenely pure, and yet divinely strong.
Pope.Imitation of Horace, Book II. Epi. II. Line 171.
|Rapt with zeal, pathetic, bold, and strong,|
Rolld the full tide of eloquence along.
Falconer.The Demagogue, Line 79.
|Go on, spare no invectives, but open the spout of your eloquence, and see with what a calm, connubial resignation, I will both hear and bow to the chastisement.|
Colley Cibber.The Ladys Last Stake, Act II. Scene 1.
|Silence that wins, where eloquence is vain.|
Hayley.The Triumphs of Temper, Canto II.
|Silence that spoke, and eloquence of eyes.|
Pope.The Iliad, Book XIV. Line 252.
|And all the dreadful eloquence of pain.|
Dr. Young.The Last Day, Book III. Line 129.