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" By wiles ungenerous some surprise the prey, And some by courage win the doubtful day. Seest thou the gaze-hound! how with glance severe From the close herd he marks the destin'd deer... "
Researches Into the History of the British Dog: From Ancient Laws, Charters ... - Page 178
by George Richard Jesse - 1866
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

English poetry - 1802
...sagacious smell. z0 By wiles ungen'rous some surprise the prey, And some by courage win the doubtful day. Seest thou the gaze-hound how with glance severe From...skill To scent, to view, to turn, and boldly kill, 30 His fellows' vain alarms rejects with scorn, True to the master's voice and learned horn : His nostril's...
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The works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper;, Volume 11

Alexander Chalmers - English poetry - 1810
...the gaze-hound ! how with glance sever* From the close herd he marks the destin'd deer ! How every nerve the greyhound's stretch displays, The hare preventing in her airy maze ; The lucklew prey how treacherous tumblers gain, And dauntless wolf-dogs shake the lion's mane ; O'er all,...
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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, Volume 17

English poetry - 1819
...sagacious smell. By wiles ungenerous some surprise the prey, And some by courage win the doubtful day. Seest thou the gazehound, how with glance severe From the close herd he marks the destin'd deer; How every nerve the greyhound's stretch displays, The hare preventing in her airy maze; The luckless prey...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

English poetry - 1822
...thou the gaze-hound, how with glance severe, From the close herd he marks the destined deer; How every nerve the greyhound's stretch displays, The hare preventing in her airy maze ; The luckless prey how treacherous tumblers gain, And dauntless wolf-dogs shake the lion's mane : O'er all, the blood-hound...
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The British poets, including translations

British poets - 1822
...sagacious smell. By wiles ungenerous some surprise the prey, And some by courage win the doubtful day. Seest thou the gaze-hound, how with glance severe, From the close herd he marks the destined deer; How every nerve the greyhound's stretch displays, The hare preventing in her airy maze...
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The New sporting magazine

...sagacious smell. By wiles ungen'rous some surprise the prey, And some by courage win the doubtful day. Seest thou the gazehound ? how with glance severe, From the close herd, he marks the destined deer ? How ev'ry nerve the greyhound's stretch displays, The hare preventing in her airy maze...
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Arrian on Coursing: The Cynegeticus of the Younger Xenophon, Translated from ...

Arrian - Coursing - 1831 - 314 pages
...thou the gazehound, how with glance severe From the close herd he marks the destined deer ; How every nerve the greyhound's stretch displays, The hare preventing in her airy maze, &c. By Dr. Caius, he is supposed to be faithfully portrayed in the following extract : " Quod visu...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'.

John William Carleton
...sagacious smell. By wiles ungen'rous some surprise the prey, And some by courage win the doubtful day. Seest thou the gazehound ? how with glance severe, From the close herd, he marks the destined deer ? How ev'ry nerve the greyhound's stretch displays, The hare preventing in her airy maze...
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Burtons' Gentleman's Magazine and American Monthly Review, Volume 5

1839
...ungen'rous some surprise the prey, And some by courage win the doubtful day. Seest thou the greyhound, how, with glance severe, From the close herd he marks the destin'd deer : How every nerve the greyhound's stretch displays, The hare preventing to her airy maze ; To scent, to view,...
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Dogs

H D. Richardson - 1851
...lost prey, and selecting it from a white herd of its companions. Of the gazehound Tickell says : " Seest thou the gazehound how, with glance severe, From the close herd he marks the distressed deer." The true staghound has gradually died away since the days of George III., and has...
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