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" Declare to us, bright star, if we shall seek Him in the morning's blushing cheek, Or search the beds of spices through To find him out. Star. No, this ye need not do, But only come and see him rest, A princely babe in's mother's breast. "
Hesperides: Or, The Works Both Humane and Divine of Robert Herrick - Page 227
by Robert Herrick - 1846 - 613 pages
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Select Poems from the Hesperides: Or, Works Both Human and Divine

Robert Herrick - English poetry - 1810 - 253 pages
...where. Declare to us, bright star, if we shall seek Him in the morning's blushing cheek; Or search the beds of spices through, To find him out ? Star. No ; this ye need not do ; But only come, and see him rest A princely babe in's mother's breast. Chorus. He's seen, he's seen ! Why then around Let's...
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Hesperides (continued) His noble numbers: or, his pious pieces

Robert Herrick - 1823
...where. 3. Declare to us, bright star, if we shall seek Him in the morning's blushing cheek, Or search the beds of spices through, To find him out ? Star. No, this ye need not do ; But only come and see Him rest, A princely Babe, in's mother's brest. Chor. He's seen ! He's seen ! why then around,...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Herrick, Volume 2

Robert Herrick - 1825
...where. 3. Declare to us, bright star, if we shall seek Him in the morning's blushing cheek, Or search the beds of spices through, To find him out ? Star. No, this ye need not do ; But only come and see Him rest, A princely Babe, in's mother's brest. Chor. He's seen ! He's seen ! why then around,...
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Sacred Specimens: Selected from the Early English Poets ; with Prefatory Verses

John Mitford - English poetry - 1827 - 237 pages
...where. Declare to us, bright star, if we shall seek Him in the morning's blushing cheek, Or search the beds of spices through, To find him out ? STAR. No, this ye need not do ; But only come, and see him rest A Princely Babe in's Mother's breast. L * CHORUS. He's seen, He's seen ! Why then around,...
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Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern: Including the Most Popular in the West ...

William Sandys - Carols - 1833 - 188 pages
...where. 3. Declare to us, bright star, if we shall seek Him in the morning's blushing cheek, Or search the beds of spices through, To find him out ? Star. No, this ye need not do ; But only come and see Him rest, A princely Babe, in's mother's brest. Char. He 's seen ! He 's seen I why then around...
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Hesperides, or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick ..., Volume 2

Robert Herrick - 1846
...Lillie-banks among ? 2 Or fay, if this new Birth of OUTS >TM 3 Declare to us, bright Star, if we mall feek Him in the Mornings blufhing cheek, Or fearch...Round, Let's kifle the fweet and holy ground ; And all rejoyce, that we have found A King, before conception crorwrfd. 4 Come then, come then, and let us...
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Hesperides, or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick ..., Volume 2

Robert Herrick - 1846
...Lillie-banks among ? 2 Or fay, if this new Birth of ours 3 Declare to us, bright Star, if we fliall feek Him in the Mornings blufhing cheek, Or fearch...and fee Him reft A Princely Babe in's Mothers Breft. Char. He's feen, He's feen, why then a Round, Let's kifle the fweet and holy ground ; And all rejoyce,...
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Christmas tyde, a series of sacred songs and poetical pieces [by S. Coleridge].

Sara Coleridge - 1849
...of Flowers, Spangled with deaw-light ; thou canft cleere All doubts, and manifeft the where. 178 I79 Declare to us, bright Star, if we fhall feek Him in...and fee Him reft A Princely Babe in's Mothers Breft. CHORUS. He's feen, He's feen, why then a Round, Let's kiflb the fweet and holy ground ; And all rejoyce,...
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Christmas Tyde

Christmas poetry - 1849 - 205 pages
...fome Ark of Flowers, Spangled with deaw-light ; thou canft cleere All doubts, and manifeft the where. Declare to us, bright Star, if we fhall feek Him in...and fee Him reft A Princely Babe in's Mothers Breft. CHORUS. He's feen, He's feen, why then a Round, Let's kifle the fweet and holy ground ; And all rejoyce,...
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Christmas Tyde

Christmas poetry - 1849 - 205 pages
...doubts, and manifeft the where. Declare to us, bright Star, if we fhall feek Him in the Mornings blulhing cheek, Or fearch the beds of Spices through, To find...and fee Him reft A Princely Babe in's Mothers Breft. CHORUS. He's feen, He's feen, why then a Round, Let's kifle the fweet and holy ground ; And all rejoyce,...
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