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" For thou emongst those Saints, whom thou doest see, Shalt be a Saint, and thine owne nations frend And patrone: thou Saint George shalt called bee, Saint George of mery England the signe of victoree. "
Maryland Historical Magazine - Page 223
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The Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 3

Edmund Spenser - Poetry - 1805 - 477 pages
...Where is for thee ordaind a blefled end : For thou emongft thofe Saints, whom thou doeft fee, Shall be a Saint, and thine owne Nations Frend And Patrone: Thou Saint George fhalt called bee, Saint George of mery Eaigl&nd, the figne of vi6toree." LXII. " Unworthy wretch,"...
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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, Volume 2

English poetry - 1819
...Where is for thee ordaind a blessed end: For thou emongst those saints, whom thou doest see, Shall be a saint, and thine owne nations frend And patrone: thou Saint George shalt called bee, Saint Georgeof mery England, the signe of victoree." " Unworthy wretch," quoth he, " of so great grace, How...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...Where is for thee ordaind a blessed end : [see, For thou emongst those Saints, whom thou doest Shall be a Saint, and thine owne Nations Frend And Patrone:...Saint George of mery England, the signe of victoree." LXII. " Unworthy wretch," quoth he, "of so greatgrace, How dare I thinke such glory to attaine!" "...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...Where is for thee ordaind a blessed end : [see, For thou emongst those Saints, whom thou doest Shall be a Saint, and thine owne Nations Frend And Patrone: Thou Saint George shaltcalledbee, Saint George of mery England, the signe of victoree." LXIIv " Unworthy wretch," quoth...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser in Five Volumes, Volume 1

Edmund Spenser - English poetry - 1825
...painefull pilgrimage To yonder same Hierusalem doe bend, Where is for thee ordaind a blessed end : For thou emongst those Saints, whom thou doest see,...Saint George of mery England, the signe of victoree." LXII. " Unworthy wretch," quoth he, " of so great grace, How dare I thinke such glory to attaine !"...
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The poetical works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 1

Edmund Spenser, Philip Masterman - Poetry - 1839 - 736 pages
...origin. LX. 3. Her grace,} ie the Faerie Queene's. I. 19 Where is for thee ordaind a blessed end: For thou emongst those Saints, whom thou doest see,...Saint George of mery England, the signe of victoree." LXII. " Unworthy wretch," quoth he, " of so great grace, How dare I thinke such glory to attaine !...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 1

Edmund Spenser, Philip Masterman - 1839
...may iustly muni.] May justly boast of her heavenly origin. Where is for thee ordaind a blessed end: For thou emongst those Saints, whom thou doest see, Shalt be a Sain;. and thine owne Nations Frend And Patrone : Thou Saint George shalt called bee, Saint George...
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The faerie queene

Edmund Spenser - 1843
...bend, Where is for thee ordaind a blessed end : For thou emongst those saints, whom thou doest src Shalt be a saint, and thine owne nations frend And patrone : thou Saint Geirrge shall called bee, Saint George of mery England, the signe of victoree." " Unworthy wretch,"...
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Spenser: And His Poetry, Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - History - 1845
...pilgrimage To yonder same Hierusalem do bend, Where is for thee ordained a blessed end: For thou amongst those saints whom thou doest see Shalt be a saint, and thine own nation's friend And patron : thou Saint George shalt called be, Saint George of merry England,...
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The poetical works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 1

Edmund Spenser - Poetry - 1855 - 736 pages
...thy painefull pilgrimage To yonder same Hierusalen doe bend, Where is for thee ordaind a blessed end: For thou emongst those saints, whom thou doest see,...Saint George of mery England, the signe of victoree." 62 " Unworthy wretch," quoth he, " of so great grace, How dare I thinke such glory to attaine!" " These,...
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