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" Annuity securely made, A farm some twenty miles from town, Small, tight, salubrious, and my own: Two maids, that never saw the town, A... "
A Collection of Poems: In Four Volumes - Page 145
redigeeritud poolt - 1755
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The Spleen: An Epistle Inscribed to His Particular Friend Mr. C.J.

Matthew Green - 1737 - 46 lehte
...tight, falubrious, and my own j Two maids, that never faw the town > A ferving-man not quite a clown ; A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t'other holds the plough; 635 A chief of temper form'd to pleafe, Fit to converfe, and keep the keys, And better to preferve...
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The Spleen: An Epistle Inscribed to His Particular Friend Mr. C.J.

Matthew Green - 1738 - 67 lehte
...tight, falubrious, and my own, Two maids, that never few the town, A ferving-man not quite a clown, A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t'other...holds the plough, A chief of temper form'd to pleafe, 636 Fit to converfe, and keep the keys, And better to preferve the peace, Commiflion'd by the name...
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The Spleen: An Epistle Inscribed to His Particular Friend Mr. C.J.

Matthew Green - 1738 - 67 lehte
...tread the mow, And drive, while t'other holds the plough, A chief of temper form'd to pleafe, 63 6 Fit to converfe, and keep the keys, And better to preferve the peace, CpmmiffionM by the name of niece, With underftandings of a fize To think their tnafter very wife. May...
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A Collection of Poems ...

Robert Dodsley - 1758
...falubrious, and my own ; Two maids, that never faw the town, A ferving-man not quite a clown, A boy A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t'other...Commiffion'd by the name of niece : With underftandings of a fixe To think their mafter very wife. May heav'n (it's all I with for) fend One genial room to treat...
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A Collection of Poems

1758
...falubrious, and my own ; Two maids, that never faw the town, A ferving-man not quite a clown, A boy A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t'other holds the plough ; A chief of temper forrn'd to pleafe, Fit to converfe, and keep the keys ; And better to preferve the peace, CommiUion'd...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes

Robert Dodsley - 1765
...clown, A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t' other holds the plough ; VOL. I. LA chief A chief of temper form'd to pleafe, Fit to converfe,...keep the keys ; And better to preferve the peace, Commiflion'd by the name of niece j With underftandings of a fize To think their mailer very wife....
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry, 1–2. köide

John Bell - 1789
...tight, salubrious, and my own ; Two maids, that never saw the town, A serving-man not quite a clown, A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t'other holds the plough ; A chief, of temper form'd to please, Fit to converse, and keep the keys ; And better to preserve the peace, Commission'd by the...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., 69. köide

English poets - 1790
...tight, falubrious, and my own; Two maids, that never faw the town, A ferving-man, not quite a clown, A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t'other...keep the keys ; And better to preferve the peace, Commiflion'd by the name of niece ; With understandings of a fize To think their mafter very wife....
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Elegant Extracts; Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry ..., 1. köide

Vicesimus Knox - 1791
...tight, falubnous, and my own; Two maids, that never faw the town, A ferving-man, not quite a clown, A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t'other holds the ploughj A chief, of temper form'd to pleafc, Fit to converfe, and keep the keys; And better to prefervc...
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The Spleen,: And Other Poems,

Matthew Green - 1796 - 94 lehte
...tight, falubrious, and my own ; Two maids, that never faw the town, A ferving-man not quite a clown, A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive, while t'other holds the ploogh ; A chief, of temper form'd to pleafe, Fit to converfe, and keep the keys ; *• And better...
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