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" Fare thee well! and if for ever, Still for ever, fare thee well: Even though unforgiving, never 'Gainst thee shall my heart rebel. Would that breast were bared before thee Where thy head so oft hath lain, While that placid sleep came o'er thee Which thou... "
The Genius and Character of Burns - Page 172
by John Wilson - 1845 - 222 pages
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The Writings of Douglas Jerrold, Volume 2

Douglas Jerrold - 1851
...begins — tut ! I never — no I never can remember my own lines. Yes, I have it — it begins — ' Fare thee well, and if for ever, Still for ever fare thee well.' " " I think, sir, I can show you where those lines are in print," said the well-meaning Applejohn....
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Albion and Erin in Poems of Th. Moore, Lord Byron, R. Burns, P.B. Shelley ...

Victor von Arentsschild - English poetry - 1851 - 559 pages
...wenig — eine 3<Sf)re, Sen legten — einj'gen oljn ft fo it l Sieb' unb Xreu'! FARE THEE WELL! Fare thee well ! and if for ever, Still for ever, fare thee well! Even though unforgiving, never 'Gainst thee shall my heart rebel. Would that breast were bared before...
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Men of Character

Douglas Jerrold - English fiction - 1851 - 340 pages
...begins — tut ! I never — no I never can remember my own lines. Yes, I have it — it begins — ' Fare thee well, and if for ever, Still for ever fare thee well.' " " I think, sir, I can show you where those lines are in print," said the well-meaning Applejohn....
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A faggot of French sticks, by the author of 'Bubbles from the brunnen of ...

sir Francis Bond Head (1st bart.) - 1852
...comfortably up in an old and easy great-coat, which I knew I could discard, if necessary, without regret. " Fare thee well ! and if for ever, Still for ever fare thee well ! " I had scarcely from the Eue Castiglione entered the Rue St. Honore when I heard behind me a loud...
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Men of Character, Volume 2

Douglas William Jerrold - 1852
...begins — tut! I never — no I never can remember my own lines. Yes, I have it — it begins — 'Fare thee well, and if for ever, Still for ever fare thee well.' " "I think, Sir, I can show you where those lines are in print," said the well-meaning Applejohn. "When...
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A Faggot of French Sticks: Or, Paris in 1851

Sir Francis Bond Head - Paris (France) - 1852 - 495 pages
...comfortably up in an old and easy great-coat, which I knew I could discard, if necessary, without regret. " Fare thee well ! and if for ever, Still for ever fare thee well!" I had scarcely from the Rue Castiglione entered the Rue St. Honore when I heard behind me a loud clatter...
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Verspreide en nagelaten gedichten van K. L. Ledeganck

Karel Lodewijk Ledeganck - 1852 - 139 pages
...sehoonen verwinnen ? Bemin, zeide zy. Naer 't franich van Vietor ffugo. VAERWEL, BEGOOCHELENDE JEUGD ! Fare thee well, and if for ever, Still for ever, fare thee well. LORD BTRON. Er is een streek op 's levens kusten Wier naem betoovrend is : de Jeugd. Dar is 't verblyf...
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The Genius, and Character of Burns

John Wilson - 1854 - 222 pages
...midnight moon, to which he looked up without knowing it with a poet's eyes, as he kept forking the sneaves on the high laden cart that " Hesperus, who led the...to think for a little while of Robert Burns along with — SAMUEL JOHNSON. Listen to him, and you hear as wise and good a man as earth ever saw for ever...
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Noctes Ambrosianae, Volume 2

John Wilson, James Hogg, John Gibson Lockhart - Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine - 1854
...conversation wi' that yellow-haired lassie, that's gien him a partin' keek frae ahint the door-cheek; " but fare thee well, and if for ever, still for ever fare thee well!" sighs out Jock, till the bubbles floatin' o'er the brimmin' quaich disappear like a vapor. North. The...
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NOCTES AMBROSIAN

JOHN WILSON - 1854
...say in' gude day to me and the ither Contributors, just as he was lauchin' in his, when he said, * Fare thee well, and if for ever, Still for ever, fare thee well.' Faith, Doctor, ye great poets, the Scotts and the Byrons, and sic like, are a' thegither past my comprehension."...
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