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" For naturall affection soone doth cesse, And quenched is with Cupids greater flame : But faithfull friendship doth them both suppresse, And them with maystring discipline doth tame, Through thoughts aspyring to eternall fame. For as the soule doth rule... "
The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser - Page 203
by Edmund Spenser - 1891
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The Faerie Queene: Disposed Into Twelve Bookes Fashioning XII Morall Vertues

Edmund Spenser - 1855 - 858 pages
...mind, Me secmes, the gentle hart should most assured bind. For naturall affection soone doth cesse. I And quenched is with Cupids greater flame ; But faithfull...Through thoughts aspyring to eternall fame. For as the some doth rule the earthly masse, And all the service of the bodie frame ; So love of soule doth love...
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The Works of Edmund Spenser: With Observations on His Life and Writings

Edmund Spenser - English poetry - 1857 - 600 pages
...For natural! affection soone doth cesse, And quenched is with Cupids greater flame ; But raithfull friendship doth them both suppresse, And them with...service of the bodie frame ; So love of soule doth lore of bodie passe. No lease then perfect gold surmounts the meanest brasse. All which who list by...
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The Faerie Queene: Disposed Into Twelve Bookes, Fashioning XII Morall Vertues

Edmund Spenser - 1859 - 858 pages
...greater flame; But fuithfull friendship doth them both supnrosse, And them with maystring diseipline doth tame. Through thoughts aspyring to eternall fame....the soule doth rule the earthly masse, And all the sen-iee of the hodie frame ; So love of soule doth love of bodio passe, No lesse then perfeet gold...
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LUDWIC HERRIC - 1865 - 496 pages
...the expression „love of soul" in the Faerie Queene : II. For naturall affection soone doth cesse, And quenched is with Cupids greater flame; But faithfull...discipline doth tame, Through thoughts aspyring to eternal! fame. For as the soule doth route the eartly masse, And all the service of the bodie frame...
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ludwic herric - 1865 - 984 pages
...the expression „love of soul" in the Fa*rie Queene: II. For naturall affection soone doth cesse, And quenched is with Cupids greater flame; But faithfull...with maystring discipline doth tame, Through thoughts aspynng to eternall fame. For as the soule doth roule the eartly masse, And all the service of the...
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The British Poets, Volume 3

1866 - 472 pages
...mind, Me seemes, the gentle hart should most assured bind. 2 For naturall affection soone doth cesse, And quenched is with Cupids greater flame ; But faithfull...doth them both suppresse, And them with maystring 2 discipline doth tame, Through thoughts aspyring to eternall fame. 1 Deeme, decide. * 3fagttring,...
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Extracts from English Literature

John Rolfe - 1867 - 404 pages
...flame ; But faithful friendship doth them both suppresse, And them with mayst'ring discipline doth tamo Through thoughts aspyring to eternall fame : For as...rule the earthly masse And all the service of the body frame ; So love of soule doth love of bodie passe No less than perfect gold surmounts the meanest...
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Shakespeare Illustrated by Old Authors, Part 2

William Lowes Rushton - 1868 - 82 pages
...to him as to my soule did beare I thether went. The Faerie Queene, Book iv. Canto 8. LOVE OF SOUL. 3 For as the soule doth, rule the earthly masse, And...bodie frame, So love of soule doth love of bodie passe No lesse than perfect gold surmounts the meanest brasse. The Faerie Queene, Book iv. Canto 9. Kmg....
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Complete Works of Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser, John Wesley Hales - English poetry - 1869 - 804 pages
...mind, Me seemes, the gentle hart should most assured bind. II For naturall affection roone doth cesse, And quenched is with Cupids greater flame: But faithfull friendship doth them both s presse, And therewith maystrin^ discipline doth Unf. Through thoughts" aspvring to eternal! fan*:...
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The Works of Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser - 1872 - 640 pages
...both supprtsse, And them with- maystring discipline doth tame, Through thoughts aspyring to eternal! fame. For as the soule doth rule the earthly masse, And all the service of the bodie frame ; Ljtui. 7. Then true, mid the, by all the teat I pirt,] Then •88 I regard all the woo. &c. UPTON....
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