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" Till with their crooks and bags a sort of boys, To share with him, come with so great a noise That he is forced to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leap to a... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Page 248
by Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1848
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The works of the British poets: with prefaces, biographical and ..., Volume 4

Robert Anderson - English poetry - 1795
...crooks af)d bag's) a fort of boys, (To (hare with him,) come with fo great a noife, That he is forc'd to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leap to a neighbour oak ; Thence to a beach, thence to a row of aflies ; Whilft through the quagmires, and red water plaflies, The boys run...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1820
...a noyse, That he is forc'd to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leape to a neighbour oake ; Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes ; Whilst...through the quagmires, and red water plashes, The boyes runne dabling through thicke and thin, One teares his hose, another breakes his shin ; This,...
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The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1820
...a noyse, That he is forc'd to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leape to a neighbour oake ; Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes; Whilst through the quagmires, and red water splashes, The boyes runne dabling through thicke and thin, One teares his hose, another breakes his...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1820
...a noyse, That he is forc'd to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leape to a neighbour oake ; Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes ; Whilst...through the quagmires, and red water plashes, The boyes runne dabling through thicke and thin, One teares his hose, another breakes his shin; This, torne...
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Conversations at Cambridge

Charles Valentine De Grice - Authors, English - 1836 - 299 pages
...(with their crooks and bags,) a sort of boys (To share with him) come with so great a noise, That he is forced to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life,...Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes ; Whilst thro' the quagmire and red-water plashes, The boys run dabbling through thick and thin ; One tears...
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A Description of the Part of Devonshire Bordering on the Tamar and ..., Volume 3

Mrs. Bray (Anna Eliza) - Devon (England) - 1836
...great a noyse That he is forc'd to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leape to a neighbour oake ; Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes, Whilst through the quagmires and red water plashes The boyes run dabbling through thicke and thin, One tears his hose, another breakes his shin ; This, torn...
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Literary Leaves; Or, Prose and Verse Chiefly Written in India, Volume 2

David Lester Richardson - English literature - 1840
...a noyse, That he is forc'd to leave a nut nigh broke, Arid for his life leape to a neighbour oake ; Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes ; Whilst through the quagmires and red water plashes, The boyes runne dabling thro' thicke and thin, One tears his hose, another breakes his shin ; This, torne...
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Literary Leaves; Or, Prose and Verse Chiefly Written in India, Volume 2

David Lester Richardson - English literature - 1840
...a noyse, That he is forc'd to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leape to a neighbour oake ; Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes ; Whilst through the quagmires and red water plashes, The boyes runne dabling thro' thicke and thin, One tears his hose, another breakes his shin ; This, tome...
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Literary leaves, Volume 2

David Lester Richardson - 1840
...a noyse, That he is forc'd to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leape to a neighbour oake ; Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes ; Whilst through the quagmires and red water plashes, The boyes runne dabling thro' thicke and thin, One tears his hose, another breakes his shin ; This, tome...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 17

Periodicals - 1841
...(with their crookes and bags) a sort of boyes, (To share with him) come with so great a noyse, That he is forced to leave a nut nigh broke, And for his life leape to a neighbour oak ; Thence to a beech, thence to a row of ashes ; Whilst through the quagmires...
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