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" Muse, first of Arden tell, whose footsteps yet are found In her rough woodlands, more than any other ground That mighty Arden held even in her height of pride, Her one hand touching Trent, the other Severn's side. "
The Book of Archery - Page 288
by George Agar Hansard - 1840 - 456 pages
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The book of archery

George Agar Hansard - 1840
...deer in my life. Brian. When went your fellowes to their walkes? Ralph. An hour agoe. II' in H. Life ! are there stcalers abroad, and we cannot have them...of Arden tell, whose footsteps yet are found In her | rough woodlands more than any other ground That mighty Arden held, even in her height of pride; Her...
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The Book of Archery: Being the Complete History and Practice of the Art ...

George Agar Hansard - Archery - 1841 - 456 pages
...Brian. When went your fellowes to their walkes ? Ralph. An hour agoe. Brian. Life 1 are there stealcrs abroad, and we cannot have them ? Where the devil...of Arden tell, whose footsteps yet are found In her | rough woodlands more than any other ground That mighty Arden held, even in her height of pride ;...
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Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E ...

Encyclopaedia - 1845
...conveyed into the mountaine Aventine, there to abide and remain for ever. Holland. Ltviia, fol. 195. Muse, first of Arden tell, whose foot-steps yet are found In her rough woodlands more than any other ground. Dray ton. Poly-olbion, song 13. But him, that at your foot-slonfe...
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The Retrospective Review, Volumes 1-2

Books - 1853
...for the sylvan glades of Arden, and yet altogether it is perhaps not one of his happiest efforts. " Muse, first of Arden tell, whose foot-steps yet are found In her rough wood-lands more than any other ground That mighty Arden held even in her height of pride ; Her...
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The complete works of Michael Drayton. With intr. and notes by R ..., Volume 2

Michael Drayton - 1876
...Accept it as thine own whilst now I sing of thee ; Of all thy later Brood th' unworthiest though I be. Muse, first of Arden tell, whose footsteps yet are found In her rough wood-lands more than any other ground § That mighty Arden held even in her height of pride;...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged by H. Morley

Cassell, ltd - 1876
...it at thine owne tchiltt now I sing of thee ; Of all thy later Brood th' vnworthiest though I bee. Muse, first of Arden tell, whose foot-steps yet are found In her rough wood-lands more then any other ground That mighty Arden held euen in her height of pride ; Her...
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The Old cross, a Warwickshire quarterly magazine, ed. by W.G. Fretton

William George Fretton - 1879
...English poets, a Warwickshire man and an antiquary, thus speaks of the Arden in his Polyolbion :— " Muse, first of Arden tell, whose footsteps yet are found In her rough woodlands more than any other ground, That mighty Arden held, even in her height of pride : Her...
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The Midland Naturalist: The Journal of the "Midland Union of ..., Volumes 5-6

Edward W. Badger - Natural history - 1882
...which anciently covered the whole of the district iu which I should like to-day to interest you. " Muse, first of Arden tell, whose footsteps yet are found In her rough woodlands more than any other ground That mighty Arden held, e'en in her height of pride, Her...
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Journal of the Northamptonshire Natural History Society and Field Club

Nature - 1883
...which anciently covered the whole of the district in which I should like to-day to interest you. " Muse, first of Arden tell, whose footsteps yet are found In her rough woodlands more than any other ground That mighty Arden held, e'en in her height of pride, Her...
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The Bacon-Shakspere Question Answered

Charlotte Carmichael Stopes - 1889 - 266 pages
...Where nightingales in Arden sit and sing Amongst the dainty dew-empearled flowers." — DRATTON. " Muse, first of Arden tell, whose footsteps yet are found In her rough woodlands more than any other ground, That mighty Arden held, even in her height of pride, Her...
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