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" Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the Fairies still, Nor never can they have their fill, As they were wedded to them; No tales of them their thirst can slake, So much delight therein they take, And some strange thing they fain would make,... "
An Introduction to Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream - Page 45
by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1841 - 104 pages
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Fairy Tales LEGENDS AND ROMANCE ILLUSTRATING SHAKESPEARE AND OTHER EARLY ...

JOSEPH RITSON - 1875
...Others the like have labour'd at, Some of this thing, and some of that, And many of they know not what, Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the Fairies still, Nor never l can they have their fill, As they were wedded to them : No tales of them their thirst can slake,...
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Fairy Tales, Legends and Romances Illustrating Shakespeare and Other Early ...

Joseph Ritson - Dwarfs - 1875 - 426 pages
...Others the like have labour'd at, Some of this thing, and some of that, And many of they know not what, Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the Fairies still, Nor never1 can they have their fill, As they were wedded to them : No tales of them their thirst can slake,...
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Essays on English Writers

James Hain Friswell - Authors - 1880 - 360 pages
...Some of this thing, and some of that, And many of they know not what, But that they must be saying. Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the...So much delight therein they take, And some strange things they fain would make, Knew they the way to do them. Then since no Muse hath been so bold Or...
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Aunt Charlotte's evenings at home with the poets: a collection of poems for ...

Charlotte Mary Yonge - 1881
...Nymphidia." The whole will not suit you ; but since you belong to those whom the poet thus describes — Another sort there be that will Be talking of the...still, Nor never can they have their fill, As they are wedded to them ; No tales of them their thirst can slake, So much delight therein they take, And...
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Selections from the Poems of Michael Drayton

Michael Drayton, Arthur Henry Bullen - 1883 - 199 pages
...not what, But that they must be saying. Another sort there bee, that will Be talking of the Fayries still, Nor never can they have their fill, As they...delight therein they take And some strange thing they faine would make, Knew they the way to doe them. Then since no Muse hath bin so bold, Or of the later...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged by H. Morley

Cassell, ltd - 1883
...at, Some of this thing and some of that, And many of they knew not what, But what they may be saying. Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the Fairies still, For never can they have their fill, As they were wedded to them ; No tales of them their thirst can...
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Bacon's Essays

Francis Bacon, Richard Whately, Franklin Fiske Heard - Essays - 1884 - 401 pages
...This double negative is used frequently by old writers. ' Nor to no Roman else.' — Shakespert. ' Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the fairies still, Nor never can they hare their filL" — Drayton. Btrive to be burued with the corpse of their husbands. The lads of Sparta,1...
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The Barons' Wars, Nymphidia, and Other Poems

Michael Drayton - English poetry - 1887 - 288 pages
...But what they may be saying. Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the Fairies still, For never can they have their fill, As they were wedded...they fain would make, Knew they the way to do the-m. Then since no Muse hath been so bold, Or of the later, or the old, Those elvish secrets to unfold,...
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The Barons' Wars, Nymphidia, and Other Poems

Michael Drayton - English poetry - 1887 - 288 pages
...at, Some of this thing and some of that, And many of they knew not what, But what they may be saying. Another sort there be, that will Be talking of the Fairies still, For never can they have their fill, As they were wedded to them ; No tales of them their thirst can...
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Poems in 2 Vols., Reprinted Original Ed. of 1807 Ed. with Note on ..., Volume 1

William Wordsworth - 1897
...uneasy," with all the others, which are shorter by two syllables. In Nymphidia, stanza ii. , we find : " No tales of them their thirst can slake, So much delight therein they take," etc. — lines which clearly suggested 11. 5, 6 of the Daisy poem : " But now my own delights I make,...
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