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" Charme for Stables HANG up Hooks, and Sheers to scare Hence the Hag, that rides the Mare, Till they be all over wet, With the mire, and the sweat: This observ'd, the Manes shall be Of your horses, all knot-free. "
Hesperides: or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick - Page 105
by Robert Herrick, Samuel Weller Singer - 1846
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Hesperides (continued) His noble numbers: or, his pious pieces

Robert Herrick, Lord Thomas Maitland Dundrennan - 1823
...bring The old hag in. No surer thing. ANOTHER CHARME FOR STABLES. HANG up hooks and sheers to scare Hence the hag, that rides the mare, Till they be all over wet With the mire and the sweat This observ'd, the manes, shall be, Of your horses, all knot-free. CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMASSE...
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The poetical works of Robert Herrick, Volume 2

Robert Herrick - 1825
...bring The old hag in. No surer thing. ANOTHER CHARME FOR STABLES. HANG up hooks and sheers to scare Hence the hag, that rides the mare, Till they be all over wet With the mire and the sweat This observ'd, the manes, shall be, Of your horses, all knot-free. CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMASSE...
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Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of mr. Bourne's ...

John Brand - 1842
...the following in bis " Hesperides," p. 336. A Charm for Stabks. " Hang up hooks and sheers, to scare Hence the Hag that rides the mare Till they be all over wet With the mire and the sweat; This observ'd, the manes shall be Of your horses all knot free."(s) In the collection entitled...
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Hesperides, or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick [Followed ...

Robert Herrick - 1846
...This 'mongft other myftick charms Keeps the fleeping child from harms. Another to bring in the Witch. Of him bewitcht: then forthwith make A little Wafer...ftead of Holly, now up-raife The greener Box, for {how. The Holly hitherto did fway; Let Box now domineere ; Untill the dancing Eafter-day, Or Eafters...
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Hesperides, or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick [Followed ...

Robert Herrick - 1846
...'mongft other myftick charms Keeps the fleeping child from harms. T Another to bring in the Witch. Of him bewitcht : then forthwith make A little Wafer...the mire, and the fweat : This obferv'd, the Manes mall be Of your horfes, all knot-free. Ceremonies for Candlemaffe Eve. DOwn with the Rofemary and Bayes,...
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New Curiosities of Literature and Book of the Months, Volume 1

George Soane - Months - 1847
...mystick charms Keeps the sleeping child from harms." J Stable-Charm. " Hang up hooks and sheers, to scare Hence the hag that rides the mare Till they be all over wet With the mire and the sweat ; This observ'd the mares shall be Of your horses all knot- free. "§ •AUBREY'S REMAINS OF...
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Shakespeare's Puck: And His Folkslore, Illustrated from the ..., Volume 1

William Bell - Fairies in literature - 1852
...from Herrick, in his Hesperides, p. 334, a charm for stables — " Hang up hooks and shears to scare Hence the hag that rides the mare, Till they be all over wet With the mire and the sweat ; This observed, the manes shall be Of your horses all knot free." GOBLIN — French, Gobelin;...
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Hesperides; or, Works both human and divine

Robert Herrick - 1852
...Hags away, while children sleep. LXVIII. ANOTHER CHARM FOR STABLES. Hang up hooks and shears to scare Hence the hag, that rides the mare, Till they be all over wet With the mire and the sweat This observ'd, the manes, shall be, Of your horses all knot free. LXIX. ON HIMSELF. One ear tingles...
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Hesperides: or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick ...

Robert Herrick, Samuel Weller Singer - 1856
...bring The old hag in : no surer thing. ANOTHER CHARME FOR STABLES. HANG up hooks and sheers to scare Hence the hag that rides the mare, Till they be all over wet With the mire and the sweat : This observM, the manes shall be Of vour horses all knot-free. CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMASSE EVE....
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The British poets, Volume 2

1866
...bring The old hag in : no surer thing. ANOTHER CHARME FOR STABLES. HANG up hooks and sheers to scare Hence the hag that rides the mare, Till they be all over wet With the mire and the sweat : This obserVd, the manes shall be Of your horses all knot-free. CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMASSE EYE....
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