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" All wet-shod both in dirt and mire; After much grief, their hearts yet leap; For labour doth some rest require: A town before them they did see, But lodged there they could not be. "
A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of England, Ireland, and ... - Page 56
by John Burke - 1831 - 631 pages
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A Collection of Old Ballads: Corrected from the Best and Most Ancient Copies ...

Ballads, English - 1725
...And with their Fortunes feem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary Step, All wet-fhod both in Dirt and Mire, After much Grief, their Hearts yet leap ; For Labour doth fome Reft require : A Town before them they did fee, But lodged there they could not be. From Houfe...
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A Collection of Old Ballads ...

Richard Whittington - 1725
...And with their Fortunes feem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary Step, All wet-fhod both in Dirt and Mire, After much Grief, their Hearts yet leap ; For Labour doth fome Reft require : A Town before them they did fee, But lodged there they could not be. From Houfe...
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Old ballads, historical and narrative, with some of modern date; now first ...

Thomas Evans - Music - 1784
...And with their fortunes feem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary ftep, All wet-fhod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief, their hearts yet leap ; For labour doth fome reft require : A town before them they did fee, But lodged there they could not be. From houfe...
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Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books, Volume 2

William Beloe - Bibliography - 1807
...with their fortunes seem'd well pleas'd. XV. And after many a weary step, All wet-shod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief their hearts yet leap,...they did see, But lodged there they could not be. XVI. From house to house then they did go, Seeking that night where they might lie ; But want of money...
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Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books, Volume 2

William Beloe - Bibliography - 1807
...could not be. XVI. From house to house then they did go, Seeking that night where they might lie ; But want of money was their woe, And still their babe with cold did cry ; With cap and knee their court'sy make, But none of them would pity take. XTII. Lo ! here a Princess of great blood Doth...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 77, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1807
...And with their fortunes feem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary ftep, AH wet-fhod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief their hearts yet leap, For labour doth fome reft require. A town before them they did fee, But lodged there they could net be. From houfe...
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The dormant and extinct baronage of England: or, An historical and ...

Thomas Christopher Banks - Nobility - 1808
...with their fortunes feem'd well pleas'd. And And after many a weary ftep, All wet-Qiod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief their hearts yet leap. For labour doth fome reft require 5 A town before them they did fee, But lodged there they could not be. From houfe...
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Old Ballads: Historical and Narrative, with Some of Modern Date, Volume 3

Robert Harding Evans - Ballads, English - 1810
...their fortunes seem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary step, All wet-shod both in dirt and mire 5 After much grief, their hearts yet leap; For labour...go, ; - : ',' Seeking that night where they might lie ; But want of money was their woe, - "} ' And still their babe with cold doth cry, :' With...
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Old ballads: historical and narrative, with some of modern date, Volume 3

Thomas Evans, Robert Harding Evans - Ballads, English - 1810
...after many a weary step, All wet-shod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief, their hearts yet kap 3 For labour doth some, rest require: A town before...then they did go, Seeking that night where they might lie 5 But want of money was their woe, And still their babe with cold do'h cry, With cap and knee they...
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Anecdotes of literature and scarce books, Volume 2

William Beloe - Bibliography - 1814
...And after many a weary step, All wet-shod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief their hearts jet leap, For labour doth some rest require. A town before them they did see, But Judged there they could not be. XVI. From house to house then they did go, Seeking that night where...
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