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" I am just now painting her in her most lugubrious dress, for my own amusement, describing winter as it presents itself. After my first proposal of the subject, I sing of Winter, and his gelid reign, Nor let a rhyming insect of the Spring Deem it a barren... "
The Autobiography of William Jerdan: With His Literary, Political and Social ... - Page 224
by William Jerdan - 1852 - 444 pages
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...sing of winter, and his gelid reign ; Nor let a rhyming insect of the spring Deem it a barren theme, to me 'tis full Of manly charms : to me, who court the shade, When the gay seasons suit not, and who shun The glare of summer. Welcome, kindred glooms! Drear awful...
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The works of Cowper and Thomson: including many letters and poems never ...

William Cowper, James Thomson - Literary Criticism - 1832 - 537 pages
...Barnes, on the bantaof the Thames 7 Nor let a rhyming insect of the Spring Deem it a barren theme. of Methodists. Having (old you how we do not spend...commonly between eight and nine; till eleven, we read awful, wintry horrors, welcome all ! &t "After this introduction, I say, which insists for a few lines...
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Rambles in Northumberland, and on the Scottish Border: Interspersed with ...

William Andrew Chatto - Berwickshire (Scotland) - 1835 - 347 pages
...sing of Winter, and his gelid reign ; Nor let a rhyming insect of the spring Deem it a barren theme. To me 'tis full Of manly charms ; to me, who court...shun The glare of summer. Welcome kindred glooms! Dear awful wintry horrors, welcome all ! & c. " After this introduction, I say, which insists for a...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1836
...sing of Winter, and his gelid reign, Nor let a rhyming insect of the Spring Deem it a barren theme. To me 'tis full Of manly charms ; to me, who court...glare of Summer. Welcome, kindred glooms ! Drear, awful, wintry horrors, welcome all I &c. " After this introduction, I say, which insists for a few...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1836
...the gay seasons suit not, and who shun The glare of Summer. Welcome, kindred glooms ! Drear, awful, wintry horrors, welcome all ! &c. " After this introduction, I say, which insists for a few lines farther, I prosecute the purport of the following ones: Nor can I, O departing Summer, choose But consecrate...
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The seasons: and The castle of indolence

James Thomson - Seasons - 1841 - 271 pages
...sing of Winter and his gelid reign ; Nor let a rhyming insect of the Spring Deem it a barren theme. To me 'tis full Of manly charms ; to me, who court...The glare of Summer, welcome kindred glooms, Drear, awful, wintry horrors, welcome all !' Mr. Riccarton's poem on Winter, which I still have, first put...
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Poetical Works, Comprising All His Pastoral, Dramatic, Lyrical and Didactic ...

James Thomson - History - 1849 - 676 pages
...the Spring Deem it a barren theme. To me 't is full Of manly eharms :—to me, who eourt the ihade, Whom the gay seasons suit not, and who shun The glare of Summer, weleome, kindred glooms! Drear, awful, wintry horrors, weleome all!' Ae. After this introduetion I...
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The Poetical Works of James Thomson

James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch - 1850 - 685 pages
...inseet of the Spring e Deem it a barren theme. To me 't is full Of mauly eharms : — to me, who eourt the shade, Whom the gay seasons suit not, and who shun The i:l1i iv of Summer, weleome, kindred glooms ! Prear, awful, wintry horrors, weleome all ! ' Ae. After...
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The Works of Cowper and Thomson: Including Many Letters and Poems Never ...

William Cowper, James Thomson - Literary Criticism - 1851 - 537 pages
...Winter, ami hi» gelid reign, Nor lot a rhyming insect of the Spring Deem il a barren theme. To mo I Drear, awful, wintry horrors, welcome all I to. " After thia introduction, I say, which insists for...
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The Works of Cowper and Thomson: Including Many Letters and Poems Never ...

William Cowper, James Thomson - Literary Criticism - 1851 - 537 pages
...gelid reign, Nor let a rhyming insect of the opiil^ " DEAR SIR, Deem it a barren theme. To me 'tis ЛШ Of manly charms ; to me, who court the shade, Whom...The glare of Summer. Welcome, kindred glooms! Drear, awful, wintry horróte, welcome all I ice. . "After this introduction, I say, which insists for a few...
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