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" If you would have your kennel for sweetness of cry, then you must compound it of some large dogs, that have deep, solemn mouths, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, bear the base in the consort; then a double number of roaring, and... "
Researches Into the History of the British Dog: From Ancient Laws, Charters ... - Page 326
by George Richard Jesse - 1866
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 136

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1872
...dogges, that have deepe solemne mi nit lie.-, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, beare the base in the consort, then a double number of roaring, and loud ringing mouthes, which must beare the counter tenor, then some hollow, plaine, sweete mouthes,...
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The Cornhill Magazine Vol. III

1897
...and their treatment, such a passage as the following would, for example, never have been possible : ' If you would have your Kennel for sweetness of cry, then you canst compound it of some large dogs, that have deep, solemn Mouthes, and are swift in spending, which...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: A midsummer night's dreame. 1895

William Shakespeare, Modern Language Association of America - Drama - 1895
...large dogges, that have deepe solemne mouthes, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, beare the base in the consort, then a double number of roaring, and loud ringing inouthes, which must beare the counter tenour, then some hollow, plume, sweete mouthes,...
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: With a Life of the ..., Volumes 3-4

William Shakespeare - 1880
...large dogges, that have deepe solemne mouthes, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, beare the base in the consort ; then a double number of roaring and loud ringing mouthes, which must beare the counter tenor ; then some hollow, plaine, sweete mouthes,...
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A Midsummer Night's Dream: With Introd., and Notes [explanatory and Critical ...

William Shakespeare - 1885
...large dogges, that have deepe solemne mouthes, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, beare the base in the consort ; then a double number of roaring and loud ringing mouthes, which must beare the counter tenor ; then some hollow, plaine, sweete mouthes,...
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Sir Roger de Coverley: Essays from the "Spectator."

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele, Eustace Budgell - 1887 - 172 pages
...his " Country Contentment " (p. 7, ed. 1615) : " If you wouldhave your kennel for sweetness of cry you must compound it of some large dogs that have...swift in spending, which must, as it were, bear the bass in the concert ; then a double number of roaring and loud-ringing mouths, which must bear the...
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Shakespeare Studies and Essay on English Dictionaries

Thomas Spencer Baynes - Dramatists, English - 1894 - 409 pages
...may venture on a tolerably long extract: " For sweetnesse of cry. " If you would have your kennell for sweetness of cry, then you must compound it of some large dogges, that have deepe solemne mouthes, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, beare the...
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A Midsommer Nights Dreame, Volume 10

William Shakespeare - Athens (Greece) - 1895 - 357 pages
...dogges, that have deepe solemne niouthes, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, beare the base in the consort, then a double number of roaring, and loud ringing mouthes, which must beare the counter tenour, then some hollow, plaine, sweete moulbes,...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: A midsummer night's dreame. 1895

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1895
...large dogges, that have deepe solemne mouthes, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, beare the base in the consort, then a double number of roaring, and loud ringing mouthes, which must beare the counter tenour, then some hollow, plaine, sweete mouthes,...
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Shakespeare's Comedy of A Midsummer-Night's Dream

William Shakespeare - 1895 - 204 pages
...large dogges, that have deepe solemne mouthes, and are swift in spending, which must, as it were, beare the base in the consort, then a double number of roaring, and loud ringing mouthes, which must beare the counter tenour, then some hollow, plaine, sweete mouthes,...
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