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" But, for all that, Those words would sound more full, methinks, that are not So larded, and if I might counsel you, You should compose a sonnet clean without them : A row of stately substantives would march Like Switzers, and bear all the field before... "
Some account of Shirley and his writings. Commendatory verses on Shirley ... - Page 303
by James Shirley, William Gifford, Alexander Dyce - 1833 - 1 pages
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1854 - 522 pages
...bundle of grammarians, in poetry The substantive itself cimnot subsist Without its adjective. Friend. But for all that, Those words would sound more full, methinks, that are So larded ; and if I might counsel you, [not You should compose a sonnet clean without them. A row...
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Spare Hours, Volume 2

John Brown - Biography & Autobiography - 1861 - 458 pages
...tenths of his adjectives, and in tins words of Old Shirley — " Compose his poem clean without 'em. A row of stately SUBSTANTIVES would march Like Switzers, and bear all the fields before "em; Cany their weight; show fair, like Deeds enroll'd; Not Writs, that are first made...
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Horæ subsecivæ, Volume 2

John Brown - Literary Collections - 1861
...nine-tenths of his adjectives, and in the words of Old Shirley — " Compose his poem clean without 'em. A row of stately SUBSTANTIVES would march Like Switzers, and bear all the fields before 'em ; Carry their weight ; show fair, like Deeds enroll'd ; Not Writs, that are first...
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Memories of Merton (sonnets).

John Bruce Norton - 1865
...HETWOOD indeed would exclude all epithets from the Sonnet. He says, " You should compose a Sonnet elean without them : A row of stately substantives would...Like Switzers, and bear all the field before them." Farther, the Sonnet is in fact the miniature of wordpainting ; it cannot be finished too delicately...
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Essays on English writers, by the author of 'The gentle life'.

James Hain Friswell - 1869
...bundle of grammarians, in poetry The substantive itself cannot subsist Without its adjective. Friend. But for all that, Those words would sound more full,...without them. A row of stately substantives would march SHIRLEY.— THE MASQUE. 167 Like Switzers, and bear all the fields before them ; Carry their weight...
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Short readings from English poetry, chosen and arranged with notes by H.A. Hertz

Helen A Hertz - 1879
...bundle of grammarians, in poetry The substantive itself cannot subsist Without its adjective. Friend. But for all that, Those words would sound more full,...substantives would march Like Switzers, and bear all the fields before them ; Carry their weight ; show fair, like deeds enrolled ; Not writs, that are first...
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Essays on English Writers

James Hain Friswell - English literature - 1880 - 360 pages
...bundle of grammarians, in poetry The substantive itself cannot subsist Without its adjective. Friend. But for all that, Those words would sound more full,...substantives would march Like Switzers, and bear all the fields before them ; Carry their weight ; show fair, like deeds enroll'd ; Not writs, that are first...
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The Witty and Humorous of the English Poets: With Specimens Arranged in Periods

William Davenport Adams - Poetry - 1880 - 335 pages
...bundle of grammarians, in poetry The substantive itself cannot subsist Without its adjective. Friend. But for all that, Those words would sound more full,...are not So larded ; and, if I might counsel you, You would compose a sonnet clean without them. A row of stately substantives would march Like Switzers,...
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The Grammar, History, and Derivation of the English Language

Evan Daniel - English language - 1881 - 383 pages
...bundle of grammarians, in poetry The substantive itself cannot subsist Without its adjective. Friend. But, for all that, Those words would sound more full,...bear all the field before them; Carry their weight ; show fair, like deeds eurolled ; Not writs that are first made and after filled. Thence first came...
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ser. Locke and Sydenham, and other papers. 4th ed

John Brown - 1882
...nine-tenths of his adjectives, and in the words of Old Shirley — ' Compose his poem clean without "em. A row of stately SUBSTANTIVES would march Like Switzers, and bear all the fields before 'em ; Carry their weight ; show fair, like Deeds enroll'd ; Not Writs, that are first...
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