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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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Good Queen Anne: Or, Men and Manners, Life and Letters in England ..., 2. köide

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1886
...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 formed to please, Fit to converse, and keep the keys; And better to preserve the peace, Commissioned...
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Complete Glossary to the Poetry and Prose of Robert Burns: With Upwards of ...

John Cuthbertson - 1886 - 464 lehte
...enumeration of the desired possessions of a pleasing poet : — A serving man not quite a clown, A boy to help to tread the mow, And drive while tother holds the plough. — Matthew Green. Gaun. Going. Gaunt. To yawn. Gant, to yawn. — Halliwell. Se how he ganeth, lo...
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MacMillan's Magazine, 74. köide

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1896
...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 formed to please, Fit to converse, and keep the keys ; And better to preserve the peace, Commission'd...
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The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by ..., 3. köide

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1906
...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 formed to please, Fit to converse, and keep the keys ; And better to preserve the peace, Commission'd...
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The English Poets: Selections, 3. köide

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1909
...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 formed to please, Fit to converse, and keep the keys ; And better to preserve the peace, Commission'd...
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English Poets of the Eighteenth Century

Ernest Bernbaum - 1918 - 364 lehte
...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 formed to please, Fit to converse, and keep the keys; And better to preserve the peace, Commissioned...
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The Country and the City

Raymond Williams - 1975 - 335 lehte
...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. . . . When economic reality returns, it is again absorbed into the natural vision: And may my humble...
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Handbook of Rural Studies

Paul Cloke, Terry Marsden, Patrick Mooney - 2006 - 511 lehte
...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 Matthew Green (1696-1737) For Williams (1973: 23^7), the simplification of pastoral to a superficial...
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