...Indexes to the First Lines and to the Subjects of the Poems of Robert Herrick

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E. Stern & Company, 1901 - 98 pages
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Page 92 - a girl or wench whose face looks red by running abroad in the wind and weather
Page 96 - Morris-dance = an ancient dance in which the performers were dressed in grotesque costume
Page 99 - formerly supposed to be found in the head of a toad, and considered a sovereign remedy in many disorders
Page 96 - made in the form of a ball, and worn about the person
Page 92 - to take away the knots or impure parts from wool or cloth
Page 98 - Souce the head, feet, and ears of swine boiled and pickled for eating
Page 92 - Burling-iron -- an instrument used in burling cloth, made similar to large tweezers, but with very small
Page 93 - Dead-lift - the moving of a lifeless or inactive body; hence, a situation of peculiar difficulty
Page 97 - the small bell of a church which called to prayer and other offices
Page 96 - an instrument for putting the plaits of a ruff in a proper form

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