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" Within these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took ; And on the mountain Partheny, Upon the crystal liquid brook, The Muses met him every day. That taught him sing, to write, and say... "
Some Longer Elizabethan Poems - Page 294
edited by - 1903 - 441 pages
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The Prose Works of Charles Lamb: Last essays of Elia

Charles Lamb - English literature - 1836
...him you know his merit such, I cannot say — you hear — too much. Within these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took ; And on the mountain...thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely cheerful eyne. To hear him speak, and sweetly smile, You were in Paradise the while. A sweet attractive kind...
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The Prose Works of Charles Lamb, Volume 3

Charles Lamb - 1836 - 295 pages
...him you know his merit such, I cannot say — you hear — too much. Within these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took ; And on the mountain...thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely cheerful eyne. To hear him speak, and sweetly smile, You were in Paradise the while. A sweet attractive kind...
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The works of Charles Lamb: To which are prefixed, his letters, and ..., Volume 2

Charles Lamb, Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1838 - 476 pages
...you know his merit such, 1 cannot say — you hear — too much. " Within these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took ; And on the mountain..." When he descended down the mount, His personage seem'd most divine ; A thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely cheerful eyne. To hea/ him speak,...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 5

Edmund Spenser, Philip Masterman - 1839
...The Muses met him ev'ry day, 95 That taught him sing, to write, and say. When he descended downe to the mount, His personage seemed most divine, A thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely cheerfull eine ; 100 To heare him speake and sweetly smile, You were in Paradise the while. A sweet...
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The poetical works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 5

Edmund Spenser - Literary Criticism - 1839
...pleasure tooke, And on the mountaine Parthenie, Upon the chrystall liquid brooke, The Muses met him ev'ry day, That taught him sing, to write, and say. When he descended downe the mount, His personage seemed most divine, A thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely...
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The essays of Elia, Volumes 1-2

Charles Lamb - 1840
...him you know his merit such, I caunot say — you hear — too much. Within these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took ; And on the mountain...him every day, That taught him sing, to write, and eay. When he descended down the mount, His personage seemed most divine : A thousand graces one might...
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The Essays of Elia: First Series - Second Series

Charles Lamb - History - 1845
...him you know his merit such, I cannot say— you hear — too much. Within these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took ; And on the mountain...thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely cheerful eyne. To hear him speak, and sweetly smile, You were in Paradise the while. A sweet attractive kind...
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The Works of Charles Lamb, Volume 3

Charles Lamb, Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - English literature - 1850
...him you know his merit such, I cannot say — you hear — too much. Within these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took ; And on the mountain...thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely cheerful eyne. To hear him speak, and sweetly smile, You were in Paradise the while. A sweet attractive kind...
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The Works of Edmund Spenser: With a Selection of Notes from Various ...

Edmund Spenser, Henry John Todd - Literary Criticism - 1845 - 562 pages
...pleasure tooke, And on the mountaine Parthcnie, Upon the chrystall liquid brookc, The Muses met him ev'ry day, That taught him sing, to write, and say. When he descended downe to the mount, His personage seemed most divine, A thousand graces one might count, Upon his lovely...
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The works of Charles Lamb

Charles Lamb - Literary Collections - 1851 - 409 pages
...Things known permit me to renew — Of him you know his merit such, " Within these woods of Arcndy ) He chief delight and pleasure took; And on the mountain...liquid brook. The muses met him every day, That taught linn sing, to write, and say. " When he descended down the mount, His personage seero'd most divim...
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