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" Then (but there's a vast space betwixt) The new-made Earl of Bath comes next, Stiff in his popular pride : His step, his gait, describe the man ; They paint him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. "
The Official Baronage of England: Showing the Succession, Dignities, and ... - Page 113
by James William Edmund Doyle - 1886
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The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: Being a Collection of Fugitive ..., Volume 3

John Almon - English literature - 1786
...lays ; He will but promife if you praife, And laueh if you abufe him. Then (but there's a vaft fpace betwixt) The new-made Earl of Bath comes next, Stiff in his popular pride : His ftep, his gait, defcribe the man ; They paint him better than I canr Waddling fro-m fide to fide. Each...
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry ..., Volumes 16-18

John Bell - English poetry - 1794
...Give him, I beg, no labour'd lays ; He will but promise if you praise, And laugh if you abuse him. Then (but there's a vast space betwixt) The new-made...him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. Each hpur a different face he wears, Now in a fury, now in tears, Now laughing, now in sorrow ; Now...
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Specimens of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critical ..., Volume 5

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1819
...Give him, I beg, no labour'd lays ; He will but promise if you praise, And laugh if you abuse htm. Then (but there's a vast space betwixt) The new-made...him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. Each hour a different face he wears, Now in a fury, now in tears, Now laughing, now in sorrow ; Now...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Sir Chas. Hanbury Williams ..., Volume 1

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams, Horace Walpole - English literature - 1822
...I beg, no labour'd lays ; He will but promise if you praise, And laugh if you abuse him. Then (tho' there's a vast space betwixt) The new-made Earl of...him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. Each hour a different face he wears, Now in a fury, now in tears, Now laughing, now in sorrow ; Now...
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The works, of the Right Honourable Sir Chas. Hanbury Williams ...: from the ...

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams, Horace Walpole - English literature - 1822
...I beg, no labour'd lays ; He will but promise if you praise, And laugh if you abuse him. Then (tho1 there's a vast space betwixt) The new-made Earl of...him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. Each hour a different face he wears, Now in a fury, now in tears, Now laughing, now in sorrow ; Now...
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Specimens of the British poets: with biographical and critical ..., Volume 1

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1853 - 716 pages
...Give him, I beg, no labour' J lays ; He will but promise if you praise, And laugh if you abuse him. Then (but there's a vast space betwixt) The new-made...next, Stiff in his popular pride: His step, his gait, describes the man ; They paint him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. Each hour a different...
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Bolingbroke and His Times: Period II. March 1715-December 1751

Walter Sydney Sichel - 1902
...betwixt) The new made E of B comes next, Stiff in his popular pride ; His step, his gait, proclaim the man, They paint him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. Each hour a different face he wears, Now in a fury, now in tears, Now laughing, now in sorrow ; Now...
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The letters of Horace Walpole: fourth earl of Orford

Horace Walpole - Authors, English - 1903
...Give him, I beg, no labour'd lays ; He will but promise if you praise, And laugh if you abuse him. 1v. Then (but there's a vast space betwixt) The new-made...him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. T. Each hour a different face he wears. Now in a fury, now in tears, Now laughing, now in sorrow; Now...
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THE LETTERS OF HORACE WALPOLE

MRS. PAGET TOYNBEE - 1903
...Give him, I beg, no labour'd lays ; He will but promise if you praise, And laugh if you abuse him. XT. Then (but there's a vast space betwixt) The new-made...him better than I can, Waddling from side to side. v. Each hour a different face he weare, Now in a fury, now in tears, Now laughing, now in sorrow ;...
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History of England: From William and Mary to the death of Victoria. By T. F ...

Frederick York Powell, Thomas Frederick Tout - Great Britain - 1908
...lively ready wit," but naturally lazy, changeable, and dissatisfied. A satirist describes him as ' Stiff in his popular pride ; His step, his gait, describe...better than I can Waddling from side to side." Marlborough was nominally Commander-in-chief, but his influence was gone : he was no longer trusted...
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