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" Nor by me e'er shall you, You of all names the sweetest, and the best, You Muses, books, and liberty, and rest; You gardens, fields, and woods forsaken be, As long as life itself forsakes not me. "
The British Poets: Including Translations ... - Page 205
by British poets - 1822
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Specimens of English prose-writers, from the earliest times to the close of ...

George Burnett - 1807
...dukissima ntundi Nomina vos Musce, Libertas, Otia, Libri, Hortique, Sylvccque, animd remanente relinquam. Nor by me e'er shall you, You of all names the sweetest...forsaken be,. As long as life itself forsakes not me. t)r. Johnson's character of his prose style merits quotation : " No author (says lie) ever kept his...
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Specimens of English Prose Writers: From the Earliest Times to the Close of ...

George Burnett - Authors, English - 1807
...dulcissima mundi Nomina I'os Musce, Libcrtas, Otia, Libri, Hortique, Sylvaque, animd remancnte rclinquam, Nor by me e'er shall you, You of all names the sweetest...forsaken be, As long as life itself forsakes not me. JDr. Johnson's character of his prose style tnerits quotation : " No author (says lie) ever kept his...
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Specimens of English Prose Writers: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 3

George Burnett - English prose literature - 1807
...dulcissima mundi Nomiim ws Musce, Libertas, Otia, Libri, Hortique, Sykccque, animd remancnte relinquam. Nor by me e'er shall you, You of all names the sweetest...Muses, Books, and Liberty, and Rest ; You Gardens, l;ields, and Woods forsaken be, As long as life itself forsakes not me. \ tione, and became acquainted...
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Hints to planters, collected from various authors and from actual observation

Francis Dukinfield Astley - 1807
...desirable, being the first tree that salutes the early spring with its chear* Nor by me e'er shall you, Your gardens, fields, and woods forsaken be, As long as life itself forsakes not me. CowLEY. ful green. The best mode of raising this tree, is by engrafting it upon the stock of the wych...
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A manual of essays, selected from various authors

Manual - 1809
...musse, libertas, otia, libri, Hortique, sylvaeque, amma remanente, relinquam. Nor by me e'er jhall you, You, of all names the sweetest and the best, You muses, boots, and 1•berty and rest ; You, gardens, fields, and woods forsaken be; As long as life itself...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper, Volume 7

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810
...dulcissima mundi Numina, vos Musa;, lijertas, otia, liHri, Hortique, silvaeque, anima remanente, relinquam. Nor by me e'er shall you, You, of all names the sweetest and the best, You Muses, books, and liberty anil rest ; You, gardens, fields, and woods, forsaken be, As lorn,' as life itself forsakes not me....
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, Volume 2

1824
...I would seek for health and amusement alone. Ne'er by me shall you, You of all names the sweetesjt and the best, You Muses, Books, and Liberty, and Rest,...You Gardens, Fields, and Woods, forsaken be, As long аз life itself forsakes not me ! 258 TUR NIC-ПАС. is inviting; ; so, " I'll forth and walk awhile...
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Prose works of Abraham Cowley ; including his essays in prose and verse

Abraham Cowley, Thomas Sprat - 1826 - 238 pages
...dulcissima mundi Momma, vos Musae, Libertas, Otia, Libri, Hortique Sylvaeque, auimfi remanente, relinquam." Nor by me e'er shall you, You, of all names the sweetest,...But this is a very pretty ejaculation ; because I 234 OF MYSELF. have concluded all the other chapters with a copy of verses, I will maintain the humour...
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Monthly Magazine and British Register

1826
...those which are enumerated by a favourite bard, and should be wedded to the memory for ever : — " You of all names the sweetest and the best ; You Muses,...Liberty, and Rest ; You Gardens, Fields, and Woods." B. EPIGRAM On the proper Use of the Eyes.* Certes, the Eyes are not to see with — No more than wives...
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Prose works

Abraham Cowley - 1826
...niundi Nomina, vos Musae, Libertas, Otia, Libri, Hortique Sylvaeque, aiiinm remanente, relinquam."" Nor by me e'er shall you, You, of all names the sweetest, and the best, You, Muses, books, and lirerty, aud rest ; You, gardens, fields, and woods, forsaken be, As long as life itself forsakes not...
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