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" For Fancy is the friend of Woe. Say, mid that grove, in love-lorn state... "
Odes by Mr. Mason - Page 15
by William Mason - 1756 - 31 pages
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Poems. By William Mason, M.A.: Containing, Odes, Elegies ..., Issue 450

William Mason - 1764 - 252 pages
...where fmks the crimfon Day, Meek Twilight (lowly fails, and waves her banners li Say, from affliction's various fource •. . Do none but turbid waters flow...clear their courfe ? For Fancy is the Friend of Woe. C 3 Say, Say, mid that grove, in love-lorn ftate, While yon poor Ringdove mourns her mate, Is all,...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, Volume 6

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1765
...Meek Twilight flowly fails, and waves her banners grey ? II. Say, from Affliction's various fovrce Do none but turbid waters flow ? And cannot Fancy...Is all, that meets the fhepherd's ear, Infpir'd by anguift, and defpair ? * .?.'•' Ah no, fair Fancy rules the Song : . ' She fwells her throat ; fhe...
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A collection of poems, by several hands [ed. by R. Dodsley]. [2 other copies ...

Collection - 1765
...finks the crimfonDay, Meek Twilight flowly faiU, and waves her banners grey ? n. Say, from Affliction's various fource Do none but turbid waters flow ? And...poor Ringdove mourns her mate, Is all, that meets the Ihepherd's ear, Infpir'd by anguifh, and defpair ? Ah no, fair Fancy rules the Song : She fwells her...
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Poems

William Mason - 1774 - 3 pages
...Meek Twilight flowly fails, and waves her banners grey ? * II. Say, from affliction's various fourcre Do none but turbid waters flow ? And cannot Fancy...friend of Woe. Say, mid that grove, in love-lorn ftate, While yon poor Ringdove mourns her mate, Is all, that meets the fhepherd's ear, Infpir'd by anguifh,...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, Volume 6

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1782
...Affliftion's various fourcc Do none but turbid waters flow ? And cannot Fancy clear their courfc ? For Fancy is the friend of Woe. Say, 'mid that grove, in love-lorn flate, When yon poor Ringdove mourns her mate, Is all, that meets the fliepherd's ear, Infpir'd by...
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The Weekly entertainer; or agreeable and instructive repository ..., Volumes 3-4

1784
...gloomy a fubjeft to be dwelt on, and fickens the mind the mole it's viewed' : " SAY, from affliction's various fource, " Do none but turbid waters flow ? " And cannot fancy clear thtir courfe ? " For fancy is the friend of woe." It's irripoflible for me to clofe this letter, without...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 14

Books and bookselling
...MAGAZINE. The GLEANER, N. X. Say, from Affedtion's various fource Do none but turbid waters flow ? /\nii cannot Fancy clear their courfe ? F.or Fancy is the friend of woe. Say, mid that grove, in love- born (late, Where yon poor ringdove mourns her mate, Is all that meets the fhepherd's ear Improv'd...
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry, Volumes 11-12

John Bell - English poetry - 1790
...Affliction's various source Do none but turbid waters flow ? And cannot fancy clear their course ? For Fancy is the friend of Woe. Say, 'mid that grove, in love-lorn state, When yon poor Ringdove mourns her mate, Is all, that meets the shepherd's ear, Inspir'd by anguish,...
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry ...

John Bell - Poetry - 1790
...fancy clear their course t For Fancy is the friend of Woe. Say, 'mid that grove, in love-lorn state, When yon poor Ringdove mourns her mate, Is all, that meets the shepherd's ear, Inspir'd by anguish, and despair ? Ah no, fair Fancy rules the song : She swells her...
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volume 13

1799
...GLEANER, №. X. Say, from Affeflion's various fource Du none but turbid waters flow ? ... л mi canrwt Fancy clear their courfe ? For Fancy is the friend of woe. Say, mid that grove, in love-born (late, Where yon poor ringdove mourns her mate, Is all that meets the fliepherd'i ear Improv'd...
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