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Poemata Latine partim reddita, partim scripta - Page 80
by Vincent Bourne - 1808 - 286 pages
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Poems on Several Occasions..

Matthew Prior - 1718 - 506 pages
...trickling down her beauteous Cheek. TTT VI. DiiTembling, what I knew too well, My Love, my Life, faid I, explain This Change of Humour: pr'ythee tell: /: That falling Tear — What does it mean? VII. She figh'di She fmil'd: and to the Flow'rs V. ' , - . • Pointing, the Lovely Moralift faid:...
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The Poetical Works of Matthew Prior, Volume 1

Matthew Prior - 1779
...Ran trickling down her beauteous check. VI. Difiembling what I knew too well, My love, my life, faid I, explain This change of humour : pry'thee tell : That falling tear — What does it mean ? VII. She figh'd ; me fmil'd : and to the flowers Pointing, the lovely moralift faid : See, friend,...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces ..., Volume 30, Page 1

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1779
...eye fhe caiL 5 V. That V. That eye dropt fenfe diftinft and clear, As any Mufe's tongue could fpeak, When from its lid a pearly tear Ran trickling down her beauteous cheek. VI. Biflembling what I knew too well, My love, ray life, faid I, explain This change of humour : pr'ythee...
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The humming bird. A collection of the most celebrated English and Scots songs

Humming bird - 1785
...Ran trickling down her beauteous cheek. Diimblinj what J knew too well, My love, my life, V.ui I, explain, This change of humour; pr'ythee, tell, That falling tear, what does it mean ? She Cgh'd, (he fmil'd ; and to the fiow'rt Pointing the lovely moralifi bid, .See, frieud, in fome lew...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Volume 32

English poets - 1790
...her eye me caft. V. Tbt V. That eye dropt fenfe diftinft and clear, As any Mufe's tongue could fpeak, When from its lid a pearly tear Ran trickling down her beauteous cheek. VI. Diflembling what I knew too well, My love, my life, faid I, explain This change of humour : pr'ythee...
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The Wandering Islander, Or, The History of Mr. Charles North

Charles Henry Wilson - 1792 - 263 pages
...but in a few days hence I fhall be.em*' Diflembling what I knew too well, " My love, my life, faid I, explain ; ** This change of humour pr'ythee tell...: " That falling tear, what does it mean ? ** She figh'd, fhc fmil'd, and to the flow'rS " Pointing, the lovely morallft faid— ** See, friend, in forne...
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A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain..: Parnell. Garth. Rowe ...

1795
...Ran trickling down her beauteotu check. VI. Diffembling what I knew too well, My love, my life, faid I, explain This change of humour : pr'ythee tell : That falling tear— what docs it mean ? VI 1. She figh'd ; flie fmil'd : and to the flowers Pointing, the lovely moralift faid...
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The english anthology.

1793
...loft, their colours paft; V. That eye dropt fenfe diftinft and clear, As any Mufe's tongue could fpeak, When from its lid a pearly tear Ran trickling down her beauteous cheek. VI. Diflembling what I knew too well, 21 My love, my life, faid I, explain This change of humour :...
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The English Anthology ...

Joseph Ritson - English poetry - 1793 - 334 pages
...her eye fhe caft. 16 V. That eye dropt fenfe diftinft and clear, As any Mufe's tongue could fpeak, When from its lid a pearly tear Ran trickling down her beauteous cheek. VI. Diflembling what I knew too well, 2 1 My love, my life, faid I, explain This change of humour :...
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The Nursery Garland: Being a Selection of Short, Classical Poems, Adapted to ...

W. M. - Children's poetry, English - 1801 - 172 pages
...Garland and her eye me caft. That eye dropt fenfe, diftinfl and clear, As any Mufe's tongue could 1'peak; When from its lid a pearly tear Ran trickling down her beauteous cheek ! Diflembling what I knew too well, " My love, my life," faid I, " explain This change of humour: pr'ythee...
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