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" I have found out a gift for my fair; I have found where the wood-pigeons breed : But let me that plunder forbear, She will say 'twas a barbarous deed... "
Vocal Poetry: Or, A Select Collection of English Songs. To which is Prefixed ... - Page 28
by John Aikin - 1810 - 249 pages
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Bucolica, Aeneis, Georgica: The Greater Poems of Virgil, Volume 1

Virgil - 1886
...love, ie a wild pigeon's nest. — notavl locum, Ķ hart marked the spot. Compare Shenstone: — " I have found out a gift for my fair; I have found where the wood-pigeons breed." 69. quo, locative ablative. — congesscre, have tuili : sc. nldiini. The wood-pigeon is sacred to...
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Virgil, Bucolics: Introduction and text

Virgil - Country life - 1887 - 133 pages
...built.' For aeriae cp. 1. 571 Shen stone has imitated this in the lines beginning, ' I have found oo: a gift for my fair, I have found where the wood-pigeons breed.' 73. He means that Galatea's words are fit to charm the ears of gods. Others take referatis, etc., to...
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A Japanese Boy

Shiukichi Shigemi - Botanists - 1889 - 128 pages
...bade me return. In the second, this passage has its prettiness, though it be not equal to the former : I have found out a gift for my fair ; I have found where the wood-pigeons breed : Bat let me that plunder forbear, She will say 'twas a barbarous deed: For he ne'er could be true,...
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Scriptores Erotici Gręci: The Greek Romances of Heliodorus, Longus and ...

Heliodorus (of Emesa.) - 1889 - 511 pages
...Veneri aunt prsemia ; namque notavi, Ipse locum aerise quo congesssre palumbes." Virg. Ec. iii. 68. " I have found out a gift for my fair, I have found where the wood-pigeons breed." Shenstone. •f' t\aipi — t^aipev. + ovStv ;pi0wv Siaijiipii, § aprof oj3eXiaf, — Bread baked...
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English Poetry and Poets

Sarah Warner Brooks - English poetry - 1890 - 506 pages
...stanzas from Shenstone, conned in the dear old "English Reader," delighted our tender infant heart : " I have found out a gift for my fair, I have found where the wood-pigeons breed : But, oh, let me this plunder forbear She will say 't was a barbarous deed; " For he ne'er can be true, she...
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Examinations Papers

1891
...strains of wild melody flow ! How the nightingales warble their loves From thickets of roses that blow ! And when her bright form shall appear, Each bird shall...In a concert so soft and so clear, As she may not choose to resign. 2. Translate into Latin prose — In Cicero's extant correspondence we seem to be...
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Tom Brown's School Days

Thomas Hughes - Boarding schools - 1891 - 441 pages
...Martin and he had nearly been drowned in the yolk. 262 TOM PUT OUT. CHAPTEE IV. THE BIRD-FANCIEES. * I have found out a gift for my fair, I have found where the wood-pigeons bn»4 : But let me the plunder forbear, Shu would say 'twas a barbarous deed." Eowm. * And now, my...
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Monthly Packet

1892
...collar very conspicuous on its grey throat, as it flies out with a great rush. Shenstone wrote : ' I have found out a gift for my fair, I have found where the wood-pigeons breed ; But let me the plunder forbear, She will say 'twas a barbarous deed.' And it would have been an unsatisfactory...
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An Old Woman's Outlook in a Hampshire Village

Charlotte Mary Yonge - Hampshire (England) - 1892 - 285 pages
...collar very conspicuous on its gray throat, as it flies out with a great rush. Shenstone wrote — I have found out a gift for my fair, I have found where the wood-pigeons breed ; But let me the plunder forbear, She will say 'twas a barbarous deed And it would have been an unsatisfactory one...
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The Greek Romances of Heliodorus, Longus and Achilles Tatius

Greek literature - 1893 - 511 pages
...Veneri aunt prsemia ; namque notavi, Ipse locum ab'rise quo congessere palumbes." Virg. Ec. iii. 68. " I have found out a gift for my fair, I have found where the wood-pigeons breed." Shenstone. t fyrniir — iyaiptv. * oiiSiv IfiUiXov § dproc o,< ic/X/Hy, — Bread baked or toasted...
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