A General English German Glossary ; Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, Customs, Proverbs, Etc, which Occur in the Works of English and Scotch Poets, from the Time of Chaucer to the Present Century

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E. Fleischer, 1835 - German language - 206 pages
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Page 89 - Than all the empire, all what th' earth admires, Thou well didst teach that he is never poor That little hath, but he that much desires; Finding more true delight in that small ground Than in possessing all the earth was found.
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