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" In earnest and in game, She was much to blame! Disparaged is her fame, And blemished is her name, In manner half with shame. "
The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series ... - Page 295
by Samuel Johnson - 1810
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Pieces of Ancient Poetry: From Unpublished Manuscripts and Scarce Books

John Fry - English poetry - 1814 - 99 pages
...Mouruinge al alone, Comfort had he none, For she was quite gone ; Thus in conclusion, She broughte him in abusion, In earnest, and in game, She was much...muche loue and cost, And now must kisse the post; Pandora that went betwene Hath won nothyng I ween But light for somer greene, Yet for a special! laud...
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Select Works of the British Poets: From Chaucer to Jonson, with Biographical ...

Robert Southey - English poetry - 1831 - 1016 pages
...alone, Comfort had he none, For she was quite gone ; Thus in conclusion She broughte him in abusión : In earnest and in game She was much to blame, Disparaged is lier fame, And blemished is her name In maner half with shame. Troylus also hath lost On her muche...
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The Poetical Works of John Skelton, Volume 1

John Skelton - 1856 - 453 pages
...abusyon ; In ernest and in game She was moph to blame ; ?io Disparaged is her fame, And blemysshed is her name, In maner half with shame ; Troylus also hath lost On her moch loue and cost, And now must kys the post ; Pandara, that went betwene, Hath won nothing, I wene,...
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The British poets, Volume 1

1866
...in abusyon ; In ernest and in game She was moch to blame ; no Disparaged is her fame, And blemysshed is her name, In maner half with shame ; Troylus also hath lost On her moch loue and cost, And now must kys the post ; Pandara, that went betwene, Hath won nothing, I wene,...
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The Poetical Works of Skelton and Donne: With a Memoir of Each ..

John Skelton, Izaak Walton, John Donne - 1881
...abusyon ; In ernest and in game She was moch to blame ; T» Disparaged is her fame, And blemysshed is her name, In maner half with shame ; Troylus also hath lost On her moch loue and cost, And now must kys the post ; Pandara, that went betwene, Hath won nothing, I wene,...
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British Anthologies, Volume 2

Edward Arber - English poetry - 1900
...day, Mourning all alone, Comfort had he none! For she was quite gone. Thus, in conclusion, She brought him in abusion ; In earnest and in game, She was much...Disparaged is her fame, And blemished is her name, In manner half with shame. TROILUS also hath lost On her much love and cost; And now must kiss the post!...
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Selections from The English Poets

Edward Arber - 1901
...Mourning all alone, Comfort had he none ! For she was quite gone. Thus, in conclusion, She brought him in abusion ; In earnest and in game, She was much...Disparaged is her fame, And blemished is her name, In manner half with shame. TROILUS also hath lost On her much love and cost ; And now must kiss the post!...
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Skelton: A Selection from the Poetical Works of John Skelton

John Skelton - English poetry - 1902 - 268 pages
...abusyon ; In ernest and in game She was moch to blame ; 710 Disparaged is her fame, And blemysshed is her name, In maner half with shame ; Troylus also hath lost On her moch loue and cost, And now must kys the post ; Pandara, that went betwene, Hath won nothing, I wene,...
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Selected Poems

John Skelton, Gerald Hammond - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 142 pages
...For she was quite gone. Thus, in conclusion, She brought him in abusion; In earnest and in game 710 She was much to blame; Disparaged is her fame. And blemished is her name, In manner half with shame; Troilus also hath lost On her much love and cost, And now must kiss the post;...
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Five Hundred Years of Chaucer Criticism and Allusion, 1357-1900, Volume 1

Caroline Frances Eleanor Spurgeon - 1960
...vayne, For she dyd but fayne ; The story telleth pi ay ne . . . Disparaged is her fame ; And blemysshed is her name, In maner half with shame ; Troylus also hath lost On her moch loue and cost, And now must kys the post ; Fandara [sic], that went betwene, Hath won nothing,...
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