Glotta a Poem Humbly Inscribed to ... the Marquess of Carnarvon. By Mr. Arbuckle, ...

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William Duncan, and are to be sold in his shop, 1721 - 22 pages
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Page 10 - In winter too, when heavy frosts o'erspread The verdant turf, and naked lay the mead, The vig'rous youth commence the sportive war, And arm'd with lead their jointed clubs prepare, The timber curve to leathern orbs apply, Compact, elastic to pervade the sky. These to the distant hole direct they drive, They claim the stakes who thither first arrive.

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