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" Marr will give any man that is his friend, for thanks, as many fir-trees (that are as good as any ship's masts in England) as are worth (if they were in any place near the Thames, or any other portable river) the best earldom in England or Scotland either... "
Lives of uneducated poets, to which are added attempts in verse - Page 65
by John Jones, Robert Southey - 1836 - 332 pages
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The pennyles pilgrimage or The money-lesse perambulation of John Taylor ...

John Taylor - 1618 - 68 pages
...as would serve for masts (from this time to the end of the world) for all the ships, caracks, hoys, galleys, boats, drumlers, barks, and water-crafts,...are now, or can be in the world these forty years. This sounds like a lie to an unbeliever ; but I and many thousands do know that I speak within the...
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Attempts in Verse

John Jones, Robert Southey - Working class authors - 1831 - 332 pages
...frogs and bogs and fogs, 'Mongst craggy cliffs and thunder-battered hills, TAYLOR THE WATER POET. 67 Hares,. hinds, bucks, roes, are chased by men and...and by the Marquis of Huntley, at a sumptuous house 68 TAYLOR THE WATER POET. of his, named the Bog of Geethe. And after fiveand thirty days' hunting and...
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Attempts in verse: with some account of the writer, written by himself, and ...

John Jones - 1831
...highland games and minds are high and great." " Being come to our lodgings, there was such bakirfg, boiling, roasting, and stewing, as if Cook Ruffian...Spinaye by the Bishop of Murray ; and by the Marquis of Iluntley, at a sumptuous house of his, named the Bog of Geethe. And after fiveand thirty days' hunting...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 44

Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle - English literature - 1831
...Lowland, your sports are low as is your seat ! The highland games and minds are high and great. ' Being ' Being come to our lodgings, there was such baking,...are now or can be in the world these forty years.' — pp. 64 — 67. We must pass over the circumstances of his return from this ultima Thule to London,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 44

Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle - English literature - 1831
...supper a fire of fir-wood as high as an indifferent may-pole ; for I assure you that the Earl of Manwill give any man that is his friend, for thanks, as many...are now or can be in the world these forty years.' — pp. 04 — 67. We must pass over the circumstances of his return from this ultima Thule to London,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 44

Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle - English literature - 1831
...would serve for masts (from this time to the end of the world) for all the ships, caracks, lioyes, galleys, boats, drumlers, barks, and water-crafts, that are now or can be in the world these forty years.'—pp. 04—67. We must pass over the circumstances of his return from this ultima Thule to...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 18

Eliakim Littell - 1831
...his friend, for thanks, armany fir-trees (that are as good as any ship's mates in Kugla.ni!) as Ğre worth (if they were in any place near the Thames,...are now or can be in the World these forty years.' — pp. C4 — 07. We must pass over the circumstances of his return from this ultima Tlmle to London,...
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The Old Book Collector's Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Readable ..., Volume 2

Charles Hindley - English literature - 1872
...as would serve for masts (from this time to the end of the world) for all the ships, caracks, hoys, galleys, boats, drumlers, barks, and water-crafts,...are now, or can be in the world these forty years. This sounds like a lie to an unbeliever ; but I and many thousands do know that I speak within the...
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A true and certaine relation of a strange-birth, which was borne at Stone ...

Thomas Bedford - 1872
...as would serve for masts (from this time to the end of the world) for all the ships, caracks, hoys, galleys, boats, drumlers, barks, and water-crafts,...are now, or can be in the world these forty years. This sounds like a lie to an unbeliever ; but I and many thousands do know that I speak within the...
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Early Prose and Poetical Works of John Taylor, the Water Poet: (1580-1653).

John Taylor - 1888 - 318 pages
...as would serve for masts, from this time to the end of the world, for all the ships, caracks, hoys, galleys, boats, drumlers, barks, and watercrafts,...are now, or can be in the world these forty years. This sounds like a lie to an unbeliever ; but I and many thousands do know that I speak within the...
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