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Cowper's Milton, in Four Volumes: Paradise regained. An account of Cowper's ... - Page 220
by William Hayley, John Milton, William Cowper - 1810
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Paradise Regain'd: A Poem. In Four Books. To which is Added Samson Agonistes ...

John Milton - 1707 - 457 pages
...when the gray-hooded Ev'n Like a fad Votarift in Palmers weed Rofe from the hindmoft wheels otThoebus wain. But where they are, and why they came not back, Is now the labour of my thoughts, 'tis likelieft They had ingag'd their wandring fteps too far, And envious darknefs, e'er they could return,...
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Paradise regain'd, a poem. To which is added Samson agonistes; and ..., Book 2

John Milton - Literary Criticism - 1747
...the gray-hooded Ev'n Like a fad Votarift in Palmer's weed Rofe from the hindmoft wheels of Pbtebus' wain. But where they are, and why they came not back, Is now the labour of my thoughts ; 'tis likelieft They had engag'd their wandring fteps too far, And envious darkneft, ere they could return,...
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Paradise Regain'd: A Poem, in Four Books. To which is Added Samson ..., Volume 2

John Milton - 1753
...then, when the gray-hooded Even, Like a fad votarift in palmer's weed, 1 89 Rofe from the hindmoft wheels of Phoebus' wain. But where they are, and why they came not back, Is now the labor of my thoughts ; 'tis likelieft They had engag'd their wand'ring fteps too far, And envious darknefs,...
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Poems Upon Several Occasions: English, Italian, and Latin

John Milton - 1785 - 620 pages
...drcfl'cs his imaginary beings in the habits of popery. But poetry is of all Rofe from the hindmoft wheels of Phoebus' wain. But where they are, and why...not back, Is now the labour of my thoughts ; 'tis likelieft They had engag'd their wand'ring fteps too far, And envious darknefs, ere they could return,...
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Bell's Edition, Volumes 31-32

John Bell - English poetry - 1788
...to lodge Under the spreading favor of these pines, Stept, as they said, to the next thicket side 185 To bring me berries, or such cooling fruit As the...hospitable woods provide. They left me then, when the grey hooded Even Like a sad votarist in palmer's weed, 189 They had engag'd fheir wand'ring ste.ps...
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British Theatre, Volume 11

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...way, resolving here to lodge '*' Under the spreading favour of these pines," Stepp'd, as they said, to the next thicket side To bring me berries, or such...hospitable woods provide. " They left me then when the grey-hooded Even, " Like a sad votarist in palmer's weeds, 249 " Rose from the hindmost wheels of Phoebus'...
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Comus: A Mask

John Milton - 1791 - 66 pages
...long way, resolving here to lodge " Under the spreading favour of these pines," Stepp'd, as they said, to the next thicket side To bring me berries, or such...hospitable woods provide. " They left me then when the grey-hooded Even, " Like a sad votarist in palmer's weeds, 249 " Rose from the hindmost wheels of Phoebus'...
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Poems Upon Several Occasions: English, Ialian, and Latin, with Translations ...

John Milton, Charles Burney - 1791 - 608 pages
...Ofeney abbey, her image in " the habile of a vwoes" that is, a Nun. ITIN. vol. ii. fol. 19. Vo TARIST But where they are, and why they came not back, Is now the labour of my thoughts ; 'tis likelieft They had engag'd their wand'ring fteps too far ; And envious darknefs, ere they could return,...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 5

English poetry - 1795
...then, when the grey hooded Even, Dike a fad votarift in palmer's weed, Ro'.r from the hindmoft wheel; of Phoebus' wain. But where they are, and why they came not back, Is now the labour of my thought ; 'tis tikelwft They had engag'd their wand 'ring fteps too far, And envious d»rknefs, e'er...
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Bell's British theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - 1797
...way, resolving here to lodge " Under the spreading favour of these pines,'' Stepp'd, as they said, to the next thicket side To bring me berries, or such...hospitable woods provide. " They left me then when the grey-hooded Even, " Like a sad votarist in palmer's weeds, 24.3 " Rose from the hindmost wheels of...
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