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" By moonlight, in darkness, by night, or by day, Her headlong career there is nothing can stay ; She cares not for distance, she knows not distress : Can you show me a courser to match with Black Bess ? " Egad ! I should think not," exclaimed King ; "... "
Rookwood [by W.H. Ainsworth]. Illustr. libr. ed - Page 287
by William Harrison Ainsworth - 1878
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Rookwood: A Romance, Volume 2

William Harrison Ainsworth - 1834
...Our couch the same straw, and our meal the same mess, No couple more constant than I and Black Bess. By moonlight, in darkness, by night, or by day, Her..."Egad, I should think not," exclaimed King; "you are aa sentimental on the subject of your mare, as I am when I think of my darling Susan — but I beg...
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Leigh Hunt's London Journal, Volumes 1-2

Leigh Hunt - 1834
...Our couch the same straw, and our meal the same mess. No couple more constant than I and Black Bess. By moonlight, In darkness, by night or by day, Her...distance — she knows not distress — Can you show me a charger to match with Black Bess ? " Egad, I should think not," exclaimed King ; " you are as sentimental...
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Rookwood: A Romance, Volume 2

William Harrison Ainsworth - 1834 - 1152 pages
...Our couch the same straw, and our meal the same mess, No couple more constant than I and Black Bess. By moonlight, in darkness, by night, or by day, Her...career there is nothing can stay. She cares not for distance—she knows not distress— Can you show me a courser to match with Black Bess? of my darling...
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Flowers of fiction

1837
...same mess ; No couple more constant than I and Black Bess. By moonlight, in darkness, by night and by day, Her headlong career there is nothing can stay...she knows not distress : Can you show me a courser can match with Black Bess ?" An Irishman, Jerry Sullivan, had the faculty of taming horses by a whisper,...
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Rookwood: A Romance

William Harrison Ainsworth - 1857 - 338 pages
...couch the stjce straw, and our meal the same me:-!> No couple more constant than I and Black Bess. By moonlight, in darkness, by night, or by day, Her....' "Egad! I should think not," exclaimed King; "you arc as sentimental on the subject of your mare, as I am when I think of my darling Susan. But pardon...
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Footprints of the horse

1865
...couch the same straw, and our meal the same mess : No couple more constant than I and Black Bess ! " By moonlight, in darkness, by night or by day, Her...Can you show me a courser to match with Black Bess ? " Once it happened in Cheshire, near Dunham, I popped On a horseman alone, whom I suddenly stopped...
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Ballads & Songs of Lancashire: Chiefly Older Than the 19th Century

John Harland - Ballads, English - 1865 - 281 pages
...Our couch the same straw, and our meal the same mess, No couple more constant than I and Black Bess ! By moonlight, in darkness, by night, or by day, Her headlong career there is nothing to stay ; She cares not for distance, she knows not distress : Can you show me a courser to match with...
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Lancashire Lyrics: Modern Songs and Ballads of the County Palatine

John Harland - Ballads, English - 1866 - 320 pages
...Our couch the same straw, and our meal the same mess, No couple more constant than I and Black Bess ! By moonlight, in darkness, by night, or by day, Her headlong career there is nothing to stay ; She cares not for distance, she knows not distress : Can you show me a courser to match with...
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Lancashire lyrics, ed. by J. Harland

John Harland - 1866
...Our couch the same straw, and our meal the same mess, No couple more constant than I and Black Bass ! By moonlight, in darkness, by night, or by day, Her headlong career there is nothing to stay ; She cares not for distance, she knows not distress : Can you show me a courser to match with...
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Baily's magazine of sports and pastimes, Volume 37

1881
...couch the same straw and our meal the same mess,— No couple more constant than I and Black Bess. By moonlight, in darkness, by night or by day, Her...nothing can stay; She cares not for distance, she knows no distress— Can you show me a courser to match with Black Bess ?' As Sir F. Fitzwygram's book is...
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