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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 306
edited by - 1903 - 441 pages
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Essays of Elia, and Eliana. With a memoir by Barry Cornwall

Charles Lamb, Bryan Waller Procter - 1879
...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 eyrie. To hear him speak, and sweetly smile, You were in Paradise the while. A sweet attractive kind...
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The Complete Works of Charles Lamb: Containing His Letters, Essays, Poems, Etc

Charles Lamb - 1879 - 656 pages
...much. Within these woods of Aready He chief delight und pleasure took ; And on the mountain Partbeuy, ppery of the prodigal, and we have only a spoon or two left to bless us. Clo »ing, to writt, and My. "When he descondinl down the mount, His personsge seemed most divine; A thousand...
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ...

Cheshire (England) - 1880
...pleasure tooke, And on the mountaine Parthenie Vpon the chrystall liquid brooke The Muses met him eu'ry day, That taught him sing, to write, and say. When he descended downe the mount His personage seemed most diuine, A thousand graces one might count Vpon his louely...
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Old favourites from the elder poets, with a few newer friends, a selection ...

Old favourites - 1881 - 393 pages
...possession still . . . Of him you know his merit such, I cannot say — you hear — too much. . . . The Muses met him every day, That taught him sing, to write and say . . . To hear him speak and sweetly smile, You were in Paradise the while. A sweet attractive kind...
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Life, Letters, and Writings, Volume 4

Charles Lamb - 1882
...Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took \ - liBBIMFiijTayai SOME SONNETS OF SIR PHILIP SYDNEY'S. 77 And on the mountain Partheny, Upon the crystal liquid...thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely cheerful eyne. To hear him speak, and sweetly smile. You were in Paradise the while. A j<weet attractive kind...
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Essays of Elia: Y Charles Lamb; Illustrated by R. Swain Gifford, James D ...

Charles Lamb - Literary Collections - 1884 - 501 pages
...cannot say — you hear — too much. Within these woods of Arcadjr He chief delight and pleasure took J And on the mountain Partheny, Upon the crystal liquid...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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Favorite Authors in Prose and Poetry

1884
...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...brook, The Muses met him every day, That taught him song to write and say. When he descended from the mount, His personage seemed most divine ; A thousand...
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The Last Essays of Ella

Charles Lamb - 1885
...Of him no 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...the crystal liquid brook, The muses met him every clay, That taught him sing, to write, and say. When he descended down the mount, His personage seemed...
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Sir Philip Sidney

John Addington Symonds - Literary Criticism - 1886 - 200 pages
...these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took ; And on the mountain Partheny, Upon tlie crystal liquid brook, The Muses met him every day,...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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Sir Philip Sidney

J. A. Symonds - 1887
...with the musical but unequal poem from which I select three stanzas: " Within these woods of Arcady He chief delight and pleasure took; And on the mountain...thousand graces one might count Upon his lovely cheerful eyue. To hear him speak, and sweetly smile, You were in Paradise the while. " A sweet attractive kind...
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