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" Each sight draws on a thought (thought, mother of science) Sweet birds kindly do grant harmony unto thee, 'Fair trees' shade is enough fortification, Nor danger to thyself if 't be not in thyself. "
The British bibliographer - Page 97
by Sir Egerton Brydges - 1810
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Englische Metrik in historischer und systematischer ..., Volume 2, Part 1

Jakob Schipper - English language - 1888
...starres, Natur e is under it; Nought disturbs thy quiet, all to thy service yeelds ; 10 Each sight drawes on a thought, — thought, mother of science; Sweet birds kindly do grant harmonie unto thee; Faire trees' shade is enough fortiflcation, No danger to thy selfe, if be not in...
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Well-Weighed Syllables: Elizabethan Verse in Classical Metres

Derek Attridge - Literary Criticism - 1979 - 268 pages
...holdeth his only seate: Bounded with no limitts. borne with a wing of hope Clymes even unto the starres, Nature is under it. Nought disturbs thy quiet, all to thy service yeeld, Each sight draws on a thought, thought mother of science, Sweet birds kindly do graunt harmony...
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Sir Philip Sidney: Selected Prose and Poetry

Sir Philip Sidney - Literary Criticism - 1983 - 539 pages
...behold what the creator is; Contemplation here holdeth his only seat, Bounded with no limits, born with a wing of hope, Climbs even unto the stars, nature...Nought disturbs thy quiet, all to thy service yields, 1o Each sight draws on a thought (thought, mother of science)2 Sweet birds kindly do grant harmony...
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Meter in English: A Critical Engagement

David Baker - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 368 pages
...regularly scannable only with great awkwardness: Nought disturbs thy quiet, all to thy service yield, Each sight draws on a thought, thought mother of science,...trees' shade is enough fortification, Nor danger to thy self if be not in thy self. As William A. Ringler, Jr. (editor of The Poems of Sir Philip Sidney,...
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The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia (The Old Arcadia)

Philip Sidney, Katherine Duncan-Jones - Poetry - 1999 - 399 pages
...th'order of heav'nly host, And wise thoughts do behold what the creator is. Contemplation here holdetfa his only seat, Bounded with no limits, borne with...hope, Climbs even unto the stars; nature is under it. Naught disturbs thy quiet, all to thy service yield, Each sight draws on a thought (thought mother...
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