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" Ne're ravisht from the flattering vine, But gently prest from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty bride, Brought in a dainty daizie, which He fully quaffs up to bewitch His blood to height ; this done, commended Grace by his priest ; the feast... "
Hesperides, or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick [Followed ... - Page 160
by Robert Herrick - 1846
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Literary Hours: Or, Sketches Critical, Narrative, and Poetical, Volume 3

Nathan Drake - English literature - 1804
...wine, Ne'er ravish'd from the flattering Vine, But gently prest from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty Bride, Brought in a dainty daizie, which He fully quaffs up to dewitch His blood to height; this done, commended Grace by his Priest; The feast is ended. .,,...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1822
...But gently press'd from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty bride, Brought in a dainty daisy, which He fully quaffs up to bewitch His blood to height? This done, commended Grace by his priest, the feast is ended." The anacreontic poems in this volume are remarkable for their joyous and...
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 5

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1822
...But gently press'd from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty bride, Brought in a dainty daisy, which He fully quaffs up to bewitch His blood to height ? This done, commended Grace by his priest, the feast is ended." The anacreontic poems in this volume are remarkable for their joyous and...
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The works of Robert Herrick [ed. by T. Maitland]. Repr, Volume 1

Robert Herrick - 1823
...wine Ne're ravisht from the flattering vine, But gently prest from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty bride, Brought in a dainty daizie, which...blood to height ; this done, commended Grace by his priest ; the feast is ended. EVENT OP THINGS NOT IN OUR POWER. BY time and counsell, doe the best we...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent British poets and ...

New elegant extracts - 1823
...But gently press'd from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty bride, Brought in a dainty daisy, which He fully quaffs up to bewitch His blood to height! This done, commended Grace by his priest, the feast is ended. OLD TIME'S HOLIDAY, SUGGESTED ON SEEING A PICTURE OF TIME PLAYING ON A...
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New elegant extracts: a unique selection from the most eminent ..., Volume 2

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1823
...But gently press'd from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty bride, Brought in a dainty daisy, which He fully quaffs up to bewitch His blood to height ! This done, commended Grace by his priest, the feast is ended. REDUCE. OLD TIME'S HOLIDAY, SUGGESTED ON SEEING A PICTURE OF TIME PLAYING...
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The poetical works of Robert Herrick, Volume 1

Robert Herrick - 1825
...wine Ne're ravisht from the flattering vine, But gently prest from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty bride, Brought in a dainty daizie, which...blood to height ; this done, commended Grace by his priest ; the feast is ended. EVENT OF THINGS NOT IN OUR POWER. BY time and counsell, doe the best we...
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Publications, Volume 26

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1845
...wine Ne're ravisht from the flattering vine, But gently prest from the soft side Of the most sweet and dainty bride, Brought in a dainty daizie, which...blood to height ; this done, commended Grace by his priest ; the feast is ended ! Oberon's Palace. Full as a bee with thyme, and red As cherry harvest,...
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Hesperides: or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick, Volume 1

Robert Herrick, Samuel Weller Singer - 1846
...withered cherries ; Mandrakes eares ; Moles eyes ; to thefe, the flain-Stags teares : The unctuous dewlaps of a Snaile ; The broke-heart of a Nightingale...Bride, Brought in a dainty daizie, which He fully quafts up to bewitch His blood to height ; this done, commended Grace by his Prieft ; The feaft is...
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Observations on the popular antiquities of Great Britain: chiefly ..., Volume 2

John Brand, Sir Henry Ellis, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Christian antiquities - 1849
...vine, But gently strained from the side Of a most sweet and dainty bride ; Brought in a daizy chalice, which He fully quaffs up, to bewitch His blood to height. This done, commends Grace to his priest, and the feast ends." A charm against fairies was turning the cloak. Thus...
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