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" She clad herself in a russet gown, She was no longer Lady Clare : She went by dale, and she went by down, With a single rose in her hair. "
Among the Poets: A Choice Selection of the Best Poems by the Best Authors - Page 95
1882 - 336 pages
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The Christian teacher

National review - History - 1842
...was no longer Lady Clare : She went by dale, and she went by down, With a single rose in her hair. " Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : ' O Lady Clare, you shame your worth ! Why come you about like a village maid, That are the flower of the earth ?' " ' If I come about like a village maid,...
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Poems, Volume 2

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1842
...was no longer Lady Clare : She went by dale, and she went by down, With a single rose in her hair. Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : " O Lady Clare, you shame your worth ! " If I come drest like a village maid, I am but as my fortunes are : I am a beggar born," she said,...
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Poems

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1845
...dale, and she went by down, With a single rose in her hair. A lily-white doe Lord Ronald had brought Leapt up from where she lay, Dropt her head in the maiden's hand, And follow 'd her all the way. Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : " O Lady Clare, you shame your worth...
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Poems, Volume 2

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - English poetry - 1846
...was no longer Lady Clare ; She went by dale, and she went by down, With a single rose in her hair. Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : " O Lady Clare, you shame your worth ! " If I come drest like a village maid, I am but as my fortunes are : I am a beggar born," she said,...
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Poems

Alfred Tennyson (1st baron.) - 1850
...dale, and she went by down, With a single rose in her hair. A lily-white doe Lord Ronald had brought Leapt up from where she lay, Dropt her head in the maiden's hand, And follow'd her all the way. Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : " 0 Lady Clare, you shame your worth...
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POEMS

ALFRED TENNYSON - 1851
...clad herself in a russet gown, She was no longer Lady Clare: A lily-white doe Lord Ronald had brought Leapt up from where she lay, Dropt her head in the...all the way. Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : " 0 Lady Clare, you shame your worth! Why come you drest like a village maid, That are the flower...
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Poems

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1851
...clad herself in a russet gown, She was no longer Lady Clare : A lily-white doe Lord Ronald had brought Leapt up from where she lay, Dropt her head in the...all the way. Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : " 0 Lady Clare, you shame your worth ! Why come you drest like a village maid, That are the flower...
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Poems, Volume 2

Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1853
...clad herself in a russet gown, She was no longer Lady Clare : A lily-white doe Lord Ronald had brought Leapt up from where she lay, Dropt her head in the...all the way. Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : " 0 Lady Clare, you shame your worth ! Why come you drest like a village maid, That are the flower...
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Baron Alfred Tennyson Tennyson - 1856 - 379 pages
...dale, and she went by down, With a single rose in her hair. The lily-white doe Lord Ronald had brought Leapt up from where she lay, Dropt her head in the maiden's hand, And follow'd her all the way. Down stept Lord Eonald from his tower " O Lady Clare, you shame your worth...
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Alfred Tennyson Baron Tennyson - 1858 - 379 pages
...Ronald had brought Leapt up from where she lay, Dropt her head in the maiden's hand, And follo w'd her all the way. Down stept Lord Ronald from his tower : " O Lady Clare, you shame your worth ! " If I come drest like a village maid, I am but as my fortunes are : I am a beggar born," she said,...
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