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" Some have too much, yet still do crave; I little have, and seek no more. They are but poor, though much they have, And I am rich with little store; They poor, I rich; they beg, I give; They lack, I leave; they pine, I live. I laugh not at another's loss,... "
Selection of Poems ... - Page 98
1808
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The Vocal Magazine: Or, Compleat British Songster, Volumes 1-9

Ballads, English - 1781 - 359 pages
...1 laugh not at mother's lof>, 1 grudge not at another's gain ; No worldly wave my rriinJc.ni tofs, I brook what is another's bane. I fear no foe, nor...life, nor dread mine end. My wealth is health and perfe ft eafe ; My cenfcirnce clear my chief defence : 1 never feek by bribes te pleale, Nor by deffrt...
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Drinking songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

Ballads, English - 1783
...poor, though much they have ; And I am rich with little ftore: They poor, I rich ; they beg, I give ; They lack, I lend ; they pine, I live. I laugh not at anothers lofs, I grudge not at anothers gain ; No worldly wave my mind can tofs, I brook that is anothers...
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Interesting anecdotes, memoirs, allegories, essays, and poetical ..., Volume 3

Joseph Addison - Anecdotes - 1795
...rich ; they beg, I give ; They lack, I lend ; they pine and grieve. I laugh not at another's lofs, I grudge not at another's gain ; No worldly wave my mind can tofs, I brook what is another's bane : I fear no foe, nor frown on friend ; I loath not life, nor dread...
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Ancient Ballads : Selected from Percy's Collection: With Explanatory Notes ...

Lady - Ballads, English - 1807 - 211 pages
...poore, tho' much they have, And I am rich with little store. They poore, I rich ; they beg, I give; They lack, I lend ; they pine, I live. I laugh not at anothers losse, I grndge not at auothers gainc ; No worldly wave my mind can tosse — I brooke that...
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Drinking-songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

Thomas Park - Songs, English - 1819
...poor, though much they have j And I am rich with little store : They poor, I rich ; they beg, I give ; They lack, I lend ; they pine, I live. I laugh not...another's gain ; No worldly wave my mind can toss, I brook that is another's bane : I fear no foe, nor fawn on friend ; I loath not life, nor dread mine end....
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Excerpta Tudoriana; or, Extracts from Elizabethan literature, with a ...

Excerpta Tudoriana - 1814
...another's loss; Nor grudge not at another's gain : No worldly waves my mind can toss; I brook that is another's bane : I fear no foe, nor fawn on friend; I loath not life, nor dread my end. My wealth is health, and perfect ease ; And conscience clear my chief defence : I never seek...
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Excerpta Tudoriana: or, Extracts from Elizabethan literature, Volumes 1-2

Sir Egerton Brydges - English poetry - 1814
...another's loss; Nor grudge not at another's gain : No worldly waves my mind can toss; 1 br(H)k that is another's bane: I fear no foe, nor fawn on friend ; I loath not life, nor dread my end. Icimpta ZTuttoriaiu 103 I never seek by bribes to please ; Nor by desert to give offence :...
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Elegant extracts

Elegant extracts - English poetry - 1816 - 1064 pages
...poor, though much they have ; And I am rich with little store : They poor, I rich ; they beg, I give ; They lack, I lend ; they pine, I live. I laugh not...another's gain ; No worldly wave my mind can toss, 1 brook that is another's bane. I fear no foe, nor fawn no friend ; I loathe not life, nor dread mine...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 44

1838
...threaten most of all : These get with toil and keep with fear : Such cares my mind could never bear. I fear no foe, nor fawn on friend ; I loath not life, nor dread mine end. " I wish but what I have at will, I wander not to seek for more : I like the plain, I climb no hill,...
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The cabinet; or The selected beauties of literature [ed. by J. Aitken].

Cabinet - 1824
...another's loss ; Nor grudge not at another's gain : No worldly waves my mind can toss ; I brook that is another's bane : I fear no foe, nor fawn on friend ; I loath not life, nor dread my end. My wealth is health, and perfect ease ; And conscience clear my chief defence : I never seek...
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