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A-singing Aphrodite apple Arcadian Shepherd arms BONIFACE AND LUCIAN books of beauty BOOTBLACKS brave breath bright brother capered CHEF chorus comes Constant maid crooks DAMON AND ROBIN dance Daphne's dare Days of long dear eyes Fa1ry fair the night FAT FAIRY flour fountain ghost girls give Good-bye GUMBO hand Hark hath head heart hey hilly High-ho High-tooly-looral highty-tighty kiss laugh lips little shepherdesses Copied long ago look loud Love's LUCIAN AND BONIFACE lute maid majesty mill Miller minuet moon never NEWSBOY orchestra palace parasols paregoric Pipes of Arcadia Pulling him back purse rhyme rival rose sang seize shep shepherd train shepherds and sheep SHEPHERDS AND SHEPHERDESSES Shoo Sighs sire sirrah song speak stars sweet tears tender things throws thrump-thrump tide Tilly-vally tooly-looral vanquished Fijis vows wait Weeps whisper wise wonder world go round
Page 3 - Substitutes for War," by JBWC ; and Oliphant Smeaton explained the identity of "James First and Sixth " in a clear and learned way, and specially dwelt upon the king in his literary aspirations. SHEPHERDESSES
Page 1 - The theme of the tale is Love. The world began with a love-story in a garden, and even in this prosaic age every one has a love-story in the family, or knows some one else who has one, so that the dramatist is reasonably sure to hit the universal taste with the universal thing.
Page 11 - We are little shepherdesses Copied out of books of beauty. Combing out our golden tresses Is our pleasing duty ! Toying with our little crookses, Singing slow-time, singing fast-time, Wading in Arcadian brookses Is our pleasant pastime...