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" River being crofled, we were received upon the further Bank by our Friends and Acquaintance, whom Comfort had brought out to congratulate our Appearance in the World again. Some of... "
British Classics - Page 992
by Edward Francis Burney, Richard Corbould - 1786
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The Spectator, Volume 150

1933
...coming ; that by fhewing them/elves to the World only at the time when we did, they might feem alfb o have been among the ^Troubles of the Grotto. Here the Waters, that rolled on the other fide fo deep atid fllent, were much dried up, and it was an eafier matter fos us to wade over. THE River being crofled,...
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Poems on Several Occasions

Thomas Parnell - Battle of the frogs and mice - 1722 - 221 pages
...coming; that by fhewing themfelyes to the World only at. that time when we did, they might feem alfo to have been among the troubles of the Grotto. Here...eafier Matter for us to wade over. The River being eroded, we were received upon the further Bank by our Friends and Acquaintance , whom Comfort had brought...
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The Spectator, Volume 7

English essays - 1753
...(hewing themfelvei 'o t'~.s Would only at the time when we did, they migl.t ktin alfo tc hiive beenamong the Troubles of the Grotto Here the Waters that rolled...deep and filent, were much dried up, and it was an eaker matter for us to wade over. .;.' :iii;-a? -i '.\ v THE River being crofted, we were...
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English poetry
...coming ; that by fhewing themfelves to the world only at that time when we did, they might leem alfo to have been among the troubles of the grotto. Here...and acquaintance, whom Comfort had brought out to congratulate our appearance in the world again. Some of thefe blamed us for flaying fo long away from...
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Poems on several occations

Thomas Parnell - Battle of the frogs and mice - 1760 - 252 pages
...to the world only at that time when we did, they might feem alfo to have been among the troubles df the grotto. Here the waters, that rolled on the other...and acquaintance, whom Comfort had brought out to congratulate OUF I 4 appearappearance in the world again. Some of thefe blamed us for flaying fo long...
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The Works in Verse and Prose, of Dr. Thomas Parnell: Enlarged with ...

Thomas Parnell - Law and legislation - 1767 - 232 pages
...coming ; that by fhewing themfelves to the world only at that time when we did, they might feem alfo to have been among the troubles of the grotto. Here...further bank by our friends and acquaintance, whom QCOMFORT had brought out to congratulate ourappeirance in the world again. Some ofthefe blamed us for...
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The Works: In Verse and Prose, of Dr. Thomas Parnell, ... Enlarged with ...

Thomas Parnell - 1767 - 232 pages
...coming; that by fhewing thcmfelves to the world on ly at that time when we did, they might feem alfb to have been among the troubles of the grotto Here,...eafier matter for us to wade over. The river being croiTed, we were received upon the further bank by our friends and acquaintance, whom Q. COMFORT had...
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Poems on Several Occasions

Thomas Parnell, Oliver Goldsmith - 1770 - 238 pages
...fhewing themfelves to the world only at that time when we did, they might feem alfo to have been amorrg the troubles of the grotto. Here the waters, that...and acquaintance, whom Comfort had brought out to congratulate our M 2 appearappearance in the world again. Some of thefe blamed us for flaying fo long...
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The Addisonian miscellany, a selection from the Spectator, Tatler, and ...

Joseph Addison, Spectator (The) - 1801
...our corning ; that, by fhewing themfelves to the world only at the time we did, they might feem alfo to have been among the troubles of the grotto. Here...deep and filent, were much dried up ;. and it was an eafy matter for us to wade over. The river being croffed, we were received upon the further bank oy...
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The British Essayists: The Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1802
...coming; that by showing themselves to the world only at the time when we did, they might Seem also to have been among the troubles of the grotto. Here the waters that rolled on the other side so deep and silent were much dried up, and it was an easier matter fnf us to wade over. The river...
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