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" Are her delight ; and when she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she with a sigh will tell Her servants what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck 'em, and strew her over like a corse. "
Supplement to the Edition of Shakespeare's Plays Published in 1778 - Page 697
by William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, George Steevens - 1780
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The sketch book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., (Washington Irving).

Washington Irving - 1880
...broken-hearted girl : When she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she, with a sigh, will tell Her servants, what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in; and make her maids Pluck 'em, aud strew her over like a corse. The custom of decorating graves was once universally prevalent: osiers...
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Rip Van Winkle, and Other Sketches

Washington Irving - Catskill (N.Y.) - 1882 - 240 pages
...broken-hearted girl. When she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she, with a sigh, will tell Her servants what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck 'em, and strew her over like a corse. The custom of decorating graves was once universally prevalent: osiers...
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Complete Works, Volume 9

Washington Irving - 1882
...broken-hearted girl : When she sees a hank Stuck full of flowers, she, with a sigh, will tell Her servants, what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck 'em, and Btrew her over like a corse. ' The custom of decorating graves was once universally prevalent : osiers...
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A life of Washington Irving

Washington Irving - 1882
...broken-hearted girl. When she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she, with a sigh, will tell Her servants, what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck 'cm, and strew lier over like a corse. The custom of decorating graves was once universally prevalent...
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Francis Beaumont: A Critical Study

George Campbell Macaulay - 1883 - 200 pages
...delight ; where, when she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she with a sigh will tell Her servants what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck'em and strew her over like a corse." Parallels with Shaksperc occur constantly in Beaumont's...
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Chapters in the History of English Literature from 1509 to the Close of the ...

Ellen Crofts - 1884
...her delight : and when she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she with a sigh will tell Her servants what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck them, and strew her over like a corse. She carries with her an infectious grief, That strikes all her...
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Ecclesiastical law in Hamlet: the burial of Ophelia

Rocellus Sheridan Guernsey, Shakespeare Society of New York - Ecclesiastical law - 1885 - 50 pages
...broken-hearted girl thus : " When she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers she with a sigh will tell Her servants what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck 'em and strew her over like a corse." In a plaintive ditty sung by the melancholy Ophelia for her lost Hamlet,...
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History of English literature: by H.A. Taine, translated by H. Van ..., Volume 1

Hippolyte Taine - English literature - 1885
...her delight ; and when she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she with a sigh will tell Her servants what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck 'era, and strew her over like a corse. She carries with her an infectious grief That strikes all her...
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Sketch book of Geoffrey Crayon, gent

Washington Irving - 1886 - 504 pages
...girl: " When she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she, with a sigh, will tell Her servants, what n pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck 'em, and strew her over like a corse." The custom of decorating graves was once universally prevalent. Osiers...
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Beaumont & Fletcher, Volume 1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1887
...delight ; where, when she sees a bank Stuck full of flowers, she with a sigh will tell Her servants what a pretty place it were To bury lovers in ; and make her maids Pluck 'em, and strow her over like a corse. She carries with her an infectious grief, That strikes all her beholders...
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