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" (A sweeter woman ne'er drew breath Than my sonne's wife, Elizabeth). " The olde sea wall (he cried) is downe, The rising tide comes on apace, And boats adrift in yonder towne Go sailing uppe the market-place. "
The Magazine of poetry and literary review - Page 58
1889
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The Christian spectator. New ser. [of The Monthly Christian spectator].

1862
...riding downe with might and main : He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, 'Elizabeth! Elizabeth!' (A sweeter woman ne'er drew...wife, Elizabeth ?' ' Good sonne, where Lindis winds away With her two bairns I marked her long ; And ere yon bells beganne to play Afar I heard her milking...
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Poems

Jean Ingelow - 1863
...main : He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, ' Elizabeth ! Elizabeth I ' (A sweeter woman ne'er drew breath Than my sonne's...wife, Elizabeth ? ' ' Good sonne, where Lindis winds away With her two bairns I marked her long ; And ere yon bells beganne to play Afar I heard her milking...
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Poems

Jean Ingelow - 1863
...riding downe with might and main : He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, ' Elizabeth ! Elizabeth ! ' (A sweeter woman ne'er drew...tide comes on apace, And boats adrift in yonder towne ' Good sonne, where Lindis winds away With her two bairns I marked her long ; And ere yon bells beganne...
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Poems: with memoirs of his life

1864 - 152 pages
...Came riding downe with might and main He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, "Elizabeth! Elizabeth!" (A sweeter woman ne'er drew...wife, Elizabeth ? " " Good sonne, where Lindis winds away With her two bairns I marked her long ; And ere yon bells beganne to play Afar I heard her milking...
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The high tide

Jean Ingelow - 1864 - 163 pages
...riding downe with might and main He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, Elizabeth ! Elizabeth ! " (A sweeter woman ne'er drew...wife, Elizabeth ? " " Good sonne, where Lindis winds away With her two bairns I marked her long ; And ere yon bells beganne to play Afar I heard her milking...
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The Late English Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - English poetry - 1865 - 539 pages
...riding downe with might and main ; He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, " Elizabeth ! Elizabeth !" (A sweeter woman ne'er drew breath Than my sonne's wife, Elizabeth.) And boats adrift in yonder towne Go sailing uppe the market-place." He shook as one that looks on death...
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POEMS

JEAN INGELOW - 1866
...riding downe with might and main He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, " Elizabeth ! Elizabeth ! " (A sweeter woman ne'er drew...wife, Elizabeth ? " " Good sonne, where Lindis winds away With her two bairns I marked her long ; And ere yon bells beganne to play Afar I heard her milking...
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Golden leaves from the British poets

John William Stanhope Hows - History - 1866 - 546 pages
...riding downe with might and main : He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, "Elizabeth! Elizabeth!" (A sweeter woman ne'er drew...cried) is downe, The rising tide comes on apace, And hosts adrift in yonder towne Go sailing uppe the market-place." He shook as one that looks on death...
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Poems

Jean Ingelow - 1867 - 258 pages
...riding downe with might and main : He raised a shout as he drew on, Till all the welkin rang again, 'Elizabeth! Elizabeth!' (A sweeter woman ne'er drew...; ' Where is my wife, Elizabeth ? ' ' Good sonne, where1 Lindis winds away, With her two bairns I marked her long ; And ere yon bells beganne to play...
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Poems

Jean Ingelow - 1867
...beyond the scorpe, 165 I looked without, and, lo ! my sonne Came riding downe with might and main : Elizabeth ! Elizabeth ! ' (A sweeter woman ne'er drew...apace, And boats adrift in yonder towne Go sailing uppc the market-place.' He shook as one that looks on death : ' God save you, mother ! ' straight he...
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