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" Israelite, Friend him with deeds, and touch no hair of him, — Not that fair hair with which the wanton winds Delight to play, and love to make it curl; Wherein the nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bowers in every golden tress To... "
The Works of George Peele: David and Bethsabe. Battle of Alcazar. Device of ... - Page 60
by George Peele - 1829
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1820
...love to make it curl, Wherein the nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bow'rs in ev'ry golden tress, To sing their lover every night asleep....Which he hath sent to solace David's soul." — * The following scene is so excellent, is in such a dignified and sublime strain of poetry, that we cannot...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1820
...love to make it curl, Wherein the nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bow'rs in ev'ry golden tress, To sing their lover every night asleep....Which he hath sent to solace David's soul." — * The following scene is so excellent, is in such a dignified and sublime strain of poetry, that we cannot...
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The dramatic and poetical works of Robert Greene & George Peele

Robert Greene, George Peele, Alexander Dyce - Drama - 1861 - 624 pages
...spare the young man Absalon. Joab, thyself didst once use friendly words To reconcile my heart incena'd to him ; If, then, thy love be to thy kinsman sound,...golden tress To sing their lover every night asleep : 0, spoil not, Joab, Jove's* fair ornaments, Which he hath sent to solace David's soul ! The best,...
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THE MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE

1867
...love to make it curl, Wherein the nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bowers in ev'ry golden tress, To sing their lover every night asleep....ornaments, Which he hath sent to solace David's soul!" Still more touching is the scene in which Cusay (Cushi) informs the monarch of his son's death as "...
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The works of the British dramatists: carefully selected from the original ...

Drama - 1870 - 509 pages
...him, — Not that fair hair with which the wanton winds Delight to play, and love to make it carl, in a gentleman. Touching my mind, I am studied iu...thoughts, and of my time, Have been a good proficient ; Oh, spoil not, Joab, Jove's 8 fair ornaments. Which He hath sent to solace David's soul ! The best,...
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The works of the British dramatists, selected, with notes, biographies, and ...

sir John Scott Keltie - 1870
...wanton winds Delight to play, and love to make it curl, Wherein the nightingales would build theirnests, , Oh, spoil not, Joab, Jove's3 fair ornaments, Which He hath sent to solace David's soul ! The best,...
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Traits of Character and Notes of Incident in Bible Story

Francis Jacox - Bible - 1873 - 494 pages
...beauty of that hair,—as when he gives his captains charge to respect the young man's life in battle: " Touch no hair of him,— Not that fair hair with which...golden tress, To sing their lover every night asleep. Oh, spoil not, Joab, Jove's [Jehovah's] fair ornaments, Which He hath sent to solace David's soul!"...
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The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Robert Greene & George Peele: With ...

Robert Greene, George Peele - 1874 - 624 pages
...winds Delight to play, and love to make it curl, Wherein the nightingales would build their nest«, And make sweet bowers in every golden tress To sing their lover every night asleep : 0, spoil not, Joab, Jove's* fair ornamenta, Which he hath sent to solace David's soul ] The best,...
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Plays and poems

George Peele - 1887 - 286 pages
...and love to make it curl, Wherein the nightingales would build their nests, And make sweet bovvers in every golden tress To sing their lover every night...see, my lords, are swift to sin ; To sin our feet are washed with milk of roes, And dried again with coals of lightning. O Lord, thou seest the proudest...
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Specimens of the pre-Shaksperean drama, Volume 2

English drama - 1897
...130 Not that faire haire with which the wanton winds Delight to play and loues ' to make it curle, Wherein the nightingales would build their nests And make sweet bowers in euery golden tresse To sing their louer euery night asleepe. 135 O, spoile not, loab, loues faire ornaments,...
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