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The Works in Verse and Prose of Nicholas Breton: Verse - Page 119
by Nicholas Breton - 1879
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Chaucer, 1400, to Beaumont, 1628

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1819
...the rich,. That the world desires to see ; This is ipsa qua, the which There is none but only she. Who would not this face admire •' Who would not...this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? O fair eyes, yet let me see One good look, and I am gone ; Look on me, for I am he, Thy poor silly...
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Chaucer, 1400, to Beaumont, 1628

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1819
...wise, the rich, That the world desires to see ; This is ipsa qua, the which There is none but only she. Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? O fair eyes, yet let me see One good look, and I am gone ; Look on me, for I am he, Thy poor silly...
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Ancient Ballads and Songs, Chiefly from Tradition, Manuscripts, and Scarce ...

Thomas Lyle - Ballads, English - 1827 - 250 pages
...is the shepherd's joy; She that Venus did despite, And did blind her little boy. Who would not that face admire ! Who would not this saint adore! Who...this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more! Thou that art the shepherds' queen, Look upon thy love-sick swain; By thy comfort, have been seen Dead...
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Ancient ballads and songs; with notices, including original poetry. By T. Lyle

Ancient ballads - 1827
...Phillis, fair and bright; She that is the shepherd's joy; She that Venus did despite, Who would not that face admire ! Who would not this saint adore! Who...this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more! Thou that art the shepherds' queen, Look upon thy love-sick swain; By thy comfort, have been seen Dead...
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Lyric poetry of glees, madrigals, catches, rounds, canons, and duets: As ...

Songs, English - 1840 - 624 pages
...did despite, And did blind her little boy. Who would not this fair admire ? Who would not this nymph adore ? Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? (I-avenu.) GLEE, for 5 Voices.— JC CLIFTON. (Alto, 2 Tenors, and 2 Basses.) ON a rock whose haughty...
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Specimens of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critcal Notices and An ...

1855
...wise, the rich, That the world desires to see ; This is ipsa qua, the which There is none but only she. Who would not this face admire ? Who would not this saint adore 7 Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? О fair eyes, yet let me see...
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Songs of England. The book of English songs, ed. by C. Mackay

England - 1857
...the shepherd's joy, She that Venus did despite, And did blind her little boy. Who would not that fece admire ? Who would not this saint adore ? Who would...this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? Thou that art the shepherd's queen, Look upon thy love-sick swain ; By thy comfort have been seen...
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The Loves and Heroines of the Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1861
...to see : This is ipse quce, the which There is none but only she. Who would not this face admire ? Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? O fair eyes, yet let me see One good look, and I am gone ; Look on me, for I am he, Thy poor silly...
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The Loves and Heroines of the Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - Love poetry - 1861 - 480 pages
...which There is none but only she. Who would not this face admire ? Who would not this saint adon- ? Who would not this sight desire, Though he thought to see no more ? O fair eyes, yet let me see One good look, and I am gone ; Look on me, for I am he, Thy poor silly...
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Melodies and Madrigals: Mostly from the Old English Poets

Richard Henry Stoddard - Ballads, English - 1866 - 206 pages
...wise, the rich, That the world defires to see: This is ipsa qua, the which There is none but only Jbe. Who 'would not this face admire ? Who would not this saint adore? Who would not this fight defire, Though he thought to see no more? 0 fair eyes ! yet let me see One good look, and I am...
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