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" Here Nature nurs'd her darling boy, From whom all care and sorrow fly, Whose harp the muses strung : From heart to heart let joy rebound, Now, now, we tread enchanted ground, Here Shakespeare walk'd and sung ! 1 72. "
Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages - Page 45
by Percy Society - 1851
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Poetry and poets: a collection of the choicest anecdotes relative ..., Volume 1

Richard Ryan - Poetry - 1826
...spleen and rancour far away; Tins is a day, a holiday ! a holiday ! Drive care and sorrow far away. Here Nature nurs'd her darling boy,* From whom all...rebound, Now, now, we tread enchanted ground, Here Shakspeare walk'd and sung !" At three, a grand and sumptuous banquet was given at the amphitheatre,...
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Poetry and Poets: A Collection of the Choicest Anecdotes Relative ..., Volume 1

Richard Ryan - Poetry - 1826
...spleen and rancour far away ; This is a day, a holiday ! a holiday ! Drive care and sorrow far away. Here Nature nurs'd her darling boy,* From whom all...strung •. From heart to heart let joy rebound, Now, LOW, we tread enchanted ground, Here Shakspeare walk'd and sung !" At three, a grand and sumptuous...
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An historical and descriptive guide to Leamington Spa: with a brief account ...

Francis Smith - Leamington (England) - 1827 - 58 pages
...Drive spleen and rancour far away; This is a day! a holiday! a holiday! Drive care and sorrow far away. Here Nature nurs'd her darling boy, From whom all...rebound, Now, now we tread enchanted ground, Here Shakspeare walk'd and sung. At three o'clock, between seven and eight hundred persons, ladies as well...
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A Catalogue of Chap-books, Garlands, and Popular Histories

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Chapbooks - 1849 - 190 pages
...coals." Numerous notices of Penkethman, and his " booth," occur in the literature of the period. 171. SHAKESPEARE'S GARLAND, being a Collection of new Songs,...enchanted ground, Here Shakespeare walk'd and sung ! 1 72. THE WARWICKSHIRE LAD'S GARLAND, composed of several excellent new Songs. 12mo. Licensed and...
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A catalogue of chap-books, garlands, and popular histories, in the ...

James Orchard Halliwell- Phillipps - 1849
...coals." Numerous notices of Penkethman, and his " booth," occur in the literature of the period. 171. SHAKESPEARE'S GARLAND, being a Collection of new Songs,...enchanted ground, Here Shakespeare walk'd and sung ! 172. THE WARWICKSHIRE LAD'S GARLAND, composed of several excellent new Songs. 12mo. Licensed and...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...Henley Street where Shakespeare is said to have been born, — Here Nature nurs'd her darling boy, Whose harp the muses strung : From heart to heart...Songs. 12mo. Licensed and enter'd according to Order, n, d. Printed about the time of the Jubilee, containing a song respecting Shakespeare. 58. THE FACTOR'S...
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Anecdotes and reminiscences of illustrious men and women of modern times [ed ...

Anecdotes - 1872
...Nature nursed her darling boy,* * This verse was sung opposite the house where Shakspeare was born. From whom all care and sorrow fly, Whose harp the...rebound, Now, now, we tread enchanted ground, Here Shakspeare walked and sung ! " At three, a grand and sumptuous banquet was given at the amphitheatre,...
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Anecdotes and Reminiscences of Illustrious Men and Women of Modern Times

William Carew Hazlitt - Anecdotes - 1900 - 357 pages
...Nature nursed her darling boy,* * This verse was sung opposite the house where Shakspeare was born. From whom all care and sorrow fly, Whose harp the...rebound, Now, now, we tread enchanted ground, Here Shakspeare walked and sung ! " At three, a grand and sumptuous banquet was given at the amphitheatre,...
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The Shakespeare Trade: Performances and Appropriations

Barbara Hodgdon - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 306 pages
...up and redressed in fine clothes, participate in inventing Shakespeare's own tradition. Origins II Here Nature nurs'd her darling Boy, From whom all care and sorrow fly, Whose Harp the Muses strung —Jubilee chorus, 1769 Describing Shakespeare's Birthplace as "the only Delphic shrine now left to...
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The tourist's shilling guide to Warwick and neighbourhood [&c.].

1880
...of the mechanical skill of the time. STRATFOKD-ON-AVON, " Here nature nursed her darling boy, Prom whom all care and sorrow fly, Whose harp the Muses...enchanted ground. Here SHAKESPEARE walk'd and sung." THE 'stupendous intellectual altitude' of William Shakespeare, the woolstapler's son, annually induces...
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