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The Works in Verse and Prose of Nicholas Breton: Verse - Page 119
by Nicholas Breton - 1879
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Chaucer, 1400, to Beaumont, 1628

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1819
...the rich,. That the world desires to see ; This is ipsa qua, the which There is none but only she. Who would not this face admire ' Who would not...this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? O fair eyes, yet let me see One good look, and I am gone ; Look on me, for I am he, Thy poor silly...
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Chaucer, 1400, to Beaumont, 1628

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1819
...wise, the rich, That the world desires to see ; This is ipsa qua, the which There is none but only she. Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? O fair eyes, yet let me see One good look, and I am gone ; Look on me, for I am he, Thy poor silly...
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Ancient Ballads and Songs, Chiefly from Tradition, Manuscripts, and Scarce ...

Thomas Lyle - Ballads, English - 1827 - 250 pages
...is the shepherd's joy; She that Venus did despite, And did blind her little boy. Who would not that face admire ! Who would not this saint adore! Who...this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more! Thou that art the shepherds' queen, Look upon thy love-sick swain; By thy comfort, have been seen Dead...
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Ancient ballads and songs; with notices, including original poetry. By T. Lyle

Ancient ballads - 1827
...Phillis, fair and bright; She that is the shepherd's joy; She that Venus did despite, Who would not that face admire ! Who would not this saint adore! Who...this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more! Thou that art the shepherds' queen, Look upon thy love-sick swain; By thy comfort, have been seen Dead...
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Lyric poetry of glees, madrigals, catches, rounds, canons, and duets: As ...

Songs, English - 1840 - 624 pages
...did despite, And did blind her little boy. Who would not this fair admire ? Who would not this nymph adore ? Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? (I-avenu.) GLEE, for 5 Voices. JC CLIFTON. (Alto, 2 Tenors, and 2 Basses.) ON a rock whose haughty...
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Specimens of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critcal Notices and An ...

Literary Criticism - 1855 - 716 pages
...wise, the rich, That the world desires to see ; This is ipsa qua, the which There is none but only she. Who would not this face admire ? Who would not this saint adore 7 Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? О fair eyes, yet let me see...
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Songs of England. The book of English songs, ed. by C. Mackay

England - 1857
...the shepherd's joy, She that Venus did despite, And did blind her little boy. Who would not that fece admire ? Who would not this saint adore ? Who would...this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? Thou that art the shepherd's queen, Look upon thy love-sick swain ; By thy comfort have been seen...
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The Loves and Heroines of the Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1861
...to see : This is ipse quce, the which There is none but only she. Who would not this face admire ? Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? O fair eyes, yet let me see One good look, and I am gone ; Look on me, for I am he, Thy poor silly...
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The Loves and Heroines of the Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - Love poetry - 1861 - 480 pages
...which There is none but only she. Who would not this face admire ? Who would not this saint adon- ? Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? O fair eyes, yet let me see One good look, and I am gone ; Look on me, for I am he, Thy poor silly...
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Melodies and Madrigals: Mostly from the Old English Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - Ballads, English - 1866 - 206 pages
...wise, the rich, That the world defires to see: This is ipsa qua, the which There is none but only Jbe. Who 'would not this face admire ? Who would not this saint adore? Who would not this fight defire, Though he thought to see no more? 0 fair eyes ! yet let me see One good look, and I am...
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