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" His song was all a lamentable lay Of great unkindness and of usage hard, Of Cynthia, the Lady of the Sea, Which from her presence faultless him debarred. "
Raleigh - Page 43
by Edmund Gosse - 1886 - 248 lehte
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

1788
...quoth he, " to you declare. His song was a lamentable lay Of great unkindness, and of usage hard 165 Of Cynthia, the lady of the sea, Which from her presence faultless him debarr'd ; And ever and anon, with singults rife, He cried out, to make His undersong, "• • •...
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The Annual Review and History of Literature, 4. köide

1806
...weary." Farther on we have " His song was all a lamentable lay Of great unkindness and of usage liard, Of Cynthia, the lady of the sea, Which, from her presence, faultless him debarr'd. And ever and anon, with singults rife,* He cried out to make his undersong, Ah ! my love's...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., 2. köide

Francis Wrangham - 1816
...piped we, until we both were weary.' From a subsequent passage : ' His song was all a lamentable lay Of great unkindness, and of usage hard Of Cynthia,...of the Sea, Which from her presence faultless him debarr'd: and from what follows, we may conclude that Ralegh, if he had lost, soon recovered Elizabeth's...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., 2. köide

Francis Wrangham - 1816
...piped we, until we both were weary.' From a subsequent passage : ' His song was all a lamentable lay Of great unkindness, and of usage hard Of Cynthia,...of the Sea, Which from her presence faultless him deborr'd: and from what follows, we may conclude that Ralegh, if he had lost, soon recovered Elizabeth's...
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The lives

Sir Walter Raleigh, Thomas Birch, William Oldys - 1829
...us into a piece of his secret history ; where the poet tells us, His song was all a lamentable lay Of great unkindness and of usage hard, Of Cynthia...of the sea, Which from her presence, faultless, him debarr'd : And ever and anon with singults rife, He cried out to make his undersong, Ah! my love's...
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The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt: The life of Sir Walter Ralegh, by ...

Sir Walter Raleigh - 1829
...us into a piece of his secret history ; where the poet tells us, His song was all a lamentable lay Of great unkindness and of usage hard, Of Cynthia the lady of the sea, Which from her presence, fanltless, him debarr'd : And ever and anon with singults rife, He cried out to make his undersong,...
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The Southern Review, 4. köide

1829
...preserved, in a pastoral, a record of their mutual ditties. Raleigh's song was " All a lamentable lay Of great unkindness and of usage hard, Of Cynthia the lady of the sea." Whence it is inferred, that he was under the Queen's displeasure. He, however, carried the poet from...
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Life of Sir Walter Raleigh: Founded on Authentic and Original Documents ...

Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1844 - 412 lehte
...Sea : — " That shall I eke (quoth he) to you declare, — His song was all a lamentable lay Ofgreat unkindness and of usage hard, Of Cynthia the Lady...of the Sea, Which from her presence, faultless, him debarr'd : * Todd's Spenser, vol. fili. p. 8. t Ibid. p. 0. And ever and anon with singulfs rife, He...
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Spenser: And His Poetry, 3. köide

George Lillie Craik - 1845
...so dear his love he bought." Raleigh's song, on the other hand, he says, " was all a lamentable lay Of great unkindness and of usage hard, Of Cynthia...Which from her presence faultless him debarred. And ever and anon, with singulfs rife,h He cried out, to make his undersong ; Ah ! my love's queen, and...
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American Biography, 161. number

Jeremy Belknap - 1846
...introduced as " the Shepherd of the Ocean," and the poet says ; " His song was all a lamentable lay, Of great unkindness and of usage hard, Of Cynthia,...of the sea, Which from her presence, faultless, him deban'd." The first three books of the Faery Queen were now published with his encouragement, and the...
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