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" Forget not! oh! forget not this, How long ago hath been, and is The mind that never meant amiss — Forget not yet! Forget not then thine own approved, The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved — Forget not this! "
Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn: Queen of Henry VIII. - Page 298
by Elizabeth Benger - 1822 - 401 pages
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Memoirs of the Life of Anne Bolyn, Queen of Henry VIII, Volume 2

Elizabeth Benger - 1821
...Court, by Master Norris, the 21st of September^ in the twenty-fourth year of his reign." * See Hall. 140 Anne, his future queen, addressed to her the following...suspected that Wiatt seriously cherished for Anne a 141 warmer sentiment than friendship, it was perhaps not without some painful solicitude that he witnessed,...
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Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn, Queen of Henry VIII

Elizabeth Benger, Lucy Aikin - 1827 - 56 pages
...Master Norris, the 21st of September, in the twenty-fourth year of his reign." * See Hall. Forget hot, oh ! forget not this, How long ago hath been, and...warmer sentiment than friendship, it was perhaps not without some painful solicitude that he witnessed, during the expedition to Calais, her assumption...
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The English of Shakespeare illustrated in a philological commentary on his ...

George Lillie Craik - Drama - 1857 - 350 pages
...passionately earnest lines entitled "To his Mistress" (supposed to be Anne Boleyn) : — " Forget not, then, thine own approved, The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved ; Forget not this !" So in Hamlet, i. I, Marcellus says, speaking of...
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The poetical works of Sir Thomas Wyatt: With a memoir and critical dissertation

Sir Thomas Wyatt - 1858 - 211 pages
...this, How long ago hath been, and is The mind that never meant amiss, Forget not yet! 5 Forget not then thine own approved, The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved : Forget not this! HE BEWAILS THE PAIN HE ENDURES WHEN BANISHED FROM...
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Select specimens of the English poets, ed. by A. De Vere

Aubrey Thomas De Vere - 1858
...! How long ago hath been, and is The mind that never meant amiss, Forget not yet ! Forget not then thine own approved, The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved, Forget not this ! 11 EARL OP SURREY. HENTIY HOWABD, Earl of Surrey,...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Wyatt: With Memoir and Critical Dissertation ...

Sir Thomas Wyatt - 1858 - 211 pages
...this, How long ago hath been, and is The mind that never meant amiss, Forget not yet! 5 Forget not then thine own approved, The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved : Forget not this! HE BEWAILS THE PAIN HE ENDURES WHEN BANISHED FROM...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 110

George Walter Prothero - History - 1861
...none tell can ; The mind that never meant amiss— Forget not yet ! Forget not this ! Forget not then thine own approved, The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved — Forget not this ! ' Upon the whole, it must be allowed that the...
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The golden treasury of the best songs and lyrical poems in the English ...

Francis Turner Palgrave - 1861 - 332 pages
...How long ago hath been, and is The mind that never meant amiss— Forget not yet ! Forget not then thine own approved The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved— Forget not this ! XXII TO AURORA Sir T. Wyat O if thou knew'st how...
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THE QUARTERLY REVIEW

JOHN MURRAY - 1861
...tell can ; The mind that never meant amiss — ' Forget not yet ! Forget not this 1 Forget not then thine own approved, The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved — ' • Forget not this ! ' Upon the whole, it must be allowed that...
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The English of Shakespeare: Illustrated in a Philological Commentary on His ...

George Lillie Craik - English language - 1864 - 350 pages
...passionately earnest lines entitled " To his Mistress " (supposed to be Anne Boleyn) :—- " Forget not) then, thine own approved, The which so long hath thee so loved, Whose steadfast faith yet never moved; Forget not this ! " So in Hamlet, i. 1, Marcellus says, speaking of...
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