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The early naval ballads of England - Page 163
edited by - 1841 - 144 pages
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Intercepted Letters, Or, The Twopenny Post-bag: To which are Added, Trifles ...

Thomas Moore - 1813 - 109 pages
...apologue of JACK and JILL. JACK, of course, represents the State in this ingenious little Allegory. JACK fell down, And broke his Crown, And Jill came tumbling after. EPIGRAM. FROM THE FRENCH. " I never give a kiss, (says Prue) " To naughty man, for I abhor it."—...
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Horace in London: Consisting of Imitations of the First Two Books of the ...

James Smith, Horace Smith - 1813 - 173 pages
...apologue of JACK and JIM.. JACK, of course, represents the State in this ingenious little Allegory. JACK fell down, And broke his Crown, And Jill came tumbling after. EPIGRAM. FROM THE FRENCH. " I never give a kiss, (says Prue) " To naughty man, for I abhor it." —...
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The works of Thomas Moore, comprehending all his melodies, ballads ..., Volume 5

Thomas Moore - 1823
...apologue of JACK and JILL. JACK, of course, represents the State in this ingenious little allegory. JACK. fell down, And broke his Crown, And JILL came tumbling after. vOL. V. I a HORACE, ODE i. LIB. HI. A FRAGMENT. Odi profannm vulgus et arceo. Favete lingnis : carmina...
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The Works of Thomas Moore: Comprending All His Melodies, Ballads ..., Volume 5

Thomas Moore - History - 1823
...apologue of JACK and JILL. JACK, of course, represents the State in this ingenious little allegory. JACK fell down, And broke his Crown, And JILL came tumbling after. HORACE, ODE i. LIB. iii. A FRAGMENT. Odi pi-ofanum vulgus et arceo. Favete linguis : carmina non prius...
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The Works of Thomas Moore, Esq, Volume 5

Thomas Moore - Irish literature - 1825 - 6 pages
...apologue of Jack and Jill. Jack, of course, represents the State in this ingenious little Allegory. Jack fell down, And broke his Crown, And Jill came tumbling after. EPIGRAM. FROM THE FREHCH. " I never give a kiss (says Prue) To naughty man, for I abhor it." She will...
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The only true Mother Goose melodies: without addition or abridgement ...

Music - 1833 - 88 pages
...learnt to read and spell, And then he loved her very well. Jack and Jill went up the hill, To draw a pail of water ; Jack fell down and broke his crown, And Jill came tumbling after. There was an old man, And he had a calf, And that's half ; He took him out of the stall And put him on the wall, And...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Including Melodies, Ballads, Etc

Thomas Moore - Art - 1835 - 419 pages
...apologue of JACK and JILL. JACK, of course, represents lie State in this ingenious little allegory, JACK fell down, And broke his Crown, And JILL came tumbling after. 1 The literal closeness of the version here cannot bnt be admired. The translator has added a long,...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 8

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, Timothy Flint, Washington Irving, John Holmes Agnew - Periodicals - 1836
...paregoric, and one, therefore, which must come home to men's bosoms with peculiar emphasis and effect : ' Jack and Jill went up the hill To fetch a pail of...broke his crown, And Jill came tumbling after.' There, ye play-wrights — ye dealers in the email wares of Fancy — there's a subject for you ! — plan,...
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An Essay on the Archaeology of Our Popular Phrases, and Nursery Rhymes, Volume 1

John Bellenden Ker - English language - 1837
...old saying of " A fool and his money are soon parted." 18.—Jack and Jill Went up the hill To get a pail of water ; Jack fell down And broke his crown, And Jill came tumbling after. Fly away, Jack! Fly away, Jill! Come again, Jack! Come again, Jill! Jack end Gijl Winnent op de helle...
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An Essay on the Archaeology of Our Popular Phrases, and Nursery Rhymes, Volume 1

John Bellenden Ker - English language - 1837
...old saying of " A fool and his money are soon parted. " 18.— Jack and Jill Went up the hill To get a pail of water ; Jack fell down And broke his crown, And Jill came tumbliny after. Fly away, Jack! Fly away, Jill! Come again, Jack ! Come again, Jill! Jack end Gijl...
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