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" To one whom you have all heard talk of; Your fathers knew him well: one, who will never Give cause I should suspect him to forsake me ; A constant lover, one whose lips, though cold, Distil chaste kisses : though our bridal bed Be not adorn'd with roses,... "
Some account of Shirley and his writings. Commendatory verses on Shirley ... - Page 165
by James Shirley, William Gifford, Alexander Dyce - 1833 - 1 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 4

Literary Criticism - 1819
...one, who will never Givecaose 1 should suspect himtoforsakeme; A constant lover, one whose lips, tho' cold. Distil chaste kisses : though our bridal bed...have virgin laurel, cypress, yew, To make us garlands ; tho' no pine do burn, Our nuptials shall have torches, and our chamber Shall be cut out of marble,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 4

1819
...who will never Givecause I should suspect him to forsake me; A constant lover, one whose lips, tho' cold, Distil chaste kisses : though our bridal bed...have virgin laurel, cypress, yew, To make us garlands ; tho' no pine do burn, Our nuptials shall have torches, and our chamber Shall be cut out of marble,...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 4

1819
...who will never Gbf cause I should suspect him to forsake me; A constant lover, one whose lips, tho' cold. Distil chaste kisses : though our bridal bed...not adorn'd with roses, 'twill be green ; We shall nave virgin laurel, cypress, yew. To make us garlands ; tho' no pine do bum, Ол nuptials shall have...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 22

Sir John Murray IV - 1820
...own solemnities are done, To grace my wedding ; I shall be married shortly. Pit. To whom? ./.".•;. To one whom you have all heard talk of; Your fathers...yew, To make us garlands; though no pine do burn, Our nuptials shall have torches, and our chamber Shall be cut out of marble, where we'll sleep, Free from...
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On the Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimities of Nature: With ..., Volume 1

Charles Bucke - Nature - 1823
...will never Give cause I should suspect him to forsake me. A constant lover ; — one whose lips, tho1 cold, Distil chaste kisses : though our bridal bed...virgin laurel, cypress, yew, To make us garlands. Tho* no pine do burn, Our nuptials shall have torches, and our chamber Shall be cut out of marble,...
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On the beauties, harmonies, and sublimities of nature: with occasional ...

Charles Bucke - 1823
...Give cause I should suspect him to forsake me. A constant lover ;—one whose lips, tho' cold, Uistil chaste kisses : though our bridal bed Be not adorn'd...virgin laurel, cypress, yew, To make us garlands. Tho' no pine do burn, Our nuptials shall have torches, and our chamber Shall be cut out of marble,...
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Elizabeth de Bruce, by the author of Clan-Albin

Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1827
...ere the priest has Made our marriage perfect ? — — — Though our bridal chamber Be not adorned with roses, 'twill be green : We shall have virgin...cypress, yew, To make us garlands. Though no pine do hum Our nuptials shall have torches, and our chamber Shall be cut out of marble, where we'll sleep...
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The Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, Volume 2

Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom - Antiques & Collectibles - 1833
...lips, though cold, Distil chaste kisses : though our bridal bed Be not adorn'd with roses, 't will be green ; We shall have virgin laurel, cypress, yew,...and our chamber Shall be cut out of marble, where we '11 sleep, Free from all care for ever : Death, my lord, I hope, shall be my husband. Now, farewell...
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The North American Review, Volume 53

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1841
...lips, though cold, Distil chaste kisses : though our bridal-bed Be not adorned with roses, 't will be green ; We shall have virgin laurel, cypress, yew, To make us garlands." Indeed, the older English poets abound in tender allusions of the same kind. The following lines from...
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