A Congratulatory Poem to His Royal Highnes Prince George of Denmark: Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, Upon the Glorious Successes at Sea

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Page 14 - And now with Eighty Thousand bold, And chosen Men of Might; He with the French began to Wage A sharp and...
Page 15 - ... the Woods pursu'd, The nimble French to take ; And with their Cries the Hills and Dales, And every Tree did shake. The Duke then to the Wood did come, In hopes Vendosme to meet; When lo ! the Prince of Carignan Fell at his Grace's Feet. Oh ! Gentle Duke forbear, forbear, Into that Wood to shoot; If ever pity mov'd your Grace, But turn your Eyes and look : See where the Royal Line of France, Great Lewis's Heirs do lie; And sure a Sight more pitious was Ne'er seen by Mortal Eye. What Heart of Flint...
Page 15 - Britains thro' the Woods pursu'd, The nimble French to take ; And with their Cries the Hills and Dales, And every Tree did shake. The Duke then to the Wood did come, In hopes Vendosme to meet; When lo ! the Prince of Carignan Fell at his Grace's Feet. Oh ! Gentle Duke forbear, forbear, Into that Wood to shoot; If ever pity mov'd your Grace, But turn your Eyes and look : See where the Royal Line of France, Great Lewis's...
Page 14 - As also the strange and wonderful Manner how the Princes of the Blood-Royal of France were found in a wood. In allusion to The Unhappy Memorable Song, commonly call'd Chevy Chace.
Page 16 - And long they wandered up and down, No Hopes to chear their Grief. Thus Hand in Hand they walked, 'till At last this Wood they spy'd; And when they saw the Night grow dark, They here lay down and cry'd. At this the Duke was inly mov'd, His Breast soft Pity beat; And so he straightway ordered His Men for to Retreat. And...
Page 16 - And when they fay the Night grow dark, They here lay down and cry'd. ,."•'." '. ,'. At this the Duke was inly oiov'dj • His Bread foft pity beat, And fo he ftreightway.

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