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" more happie is the state In which ye, father, here doe dwell at ease, Leading a life so free and fortunate From all the tempests of these worldly seas, Which tosse the rest in daungerous disease; Where warres, and wreckes, and wicked enmitie Doe them... "
The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser - Page 371
by Edmund Spenser - 1921 - 736 pages
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The Works of Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser - 1872 - 640 pages
...(Ian highly to commend the happie life Which shepheards lead, without debate or bitter strife. x»r. " How much," sayd he, " more happie is the state In...a life so free and fortunate From all the tempests nf these worldly seas, Which tosse the rest in daungerous disease ; Where warres, and wreckes, and...
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The poetical works of Edmund Spenser. With mem. and critical ..., Volumes 3-4

Edmund Spenser - 1876 - 734 pages
...or bitter strife. XIX. ' How much,' said he, ' more happy is the state In which ye, Father, here do dwell at ease, Leading a life so free and fortunate...From all the tempests of these worldly seas, Which toss the rest in dangerous disease;2 Where wars, and wrecks, and wicked enmity Do them afflict, which...
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Works of Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser - 1877 - 638 pages
...Gan highly to commend the happie life Which shepheards lead, without debate or bitter strife. XTX. " How much," sayd he, "more happie is the state In which...daungerous disease ; Where warres, and wreckes, and wicked enmiti* Doe them amict, which no man can appease ! That certes I your happinesse envi'e, And wish my...
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The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser: The Text Carefully Revised ..., Volume 2

Edmund Spenser - 1878 - 750 pages
...Gan highly to commend the happie life Which shepheards lead, without debate2 or bitter strife. is " How much," sayd he, " more happie is the state In...worldly seas, Which tosse the rest in daungerous disease s ; Where warres and wreckes and wicked emnitie Doe them afflict, which no man can appease I That certes...
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Books X-XI

Kenelm Henry Digby - Church history - 1894 - 1044 pages
...much,' say'd lie, ' more bappie is the state In which ye, father, here doe dwell at ease, «¿eadmg a life so free and fortunate, From all the tempests of these worldly seas, Which tosse the rest in daiingerons disease ; Where warree, and wrerkes, and wicked enmitie, Doe them nfflict, — which no...
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Complete Works of Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser - 1897 - 808 pages
...i ..Hi highly to commend the happie life Which Shepheards lead, without debate or bitter strife. ' m m h m »o free and fortunate From all the tempests of these worldly seas, Which tosse the rest in daungcrous...
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The Life and Letters of Gilbert White of Selborne, Volume 1

Rashleigh Holt-White - Naturalists - 1901 - 410 pages
...size of the original. " How much," said he, " more happy is the State In which ye, Father, here do dwell at ease, Leading a Life so free and fortunate,...From all the Tempests of these worldly Seas, Which toss the rest in dangerous Disease ''. Where Wars, and Wrecks, and wicked Enmity Do them afflict, which...
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The Works of Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser - Authors, English - 1902 - 800 pages
...Gan highly to commend the happie lite Which Shepheards lead, without debate o: bitter strife. XIX ' How much ' (sayd he) ' more happie is the state In...daungerous disease; Where warres, and wreckes, and wic 3d enmitie Doe them afflict, which no man can ,jpcase ; That certes I vour happinesse envie, And...
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Life & Correspondence of John Duke Lord Coleridge: Lord Chief ..., Volume 2

Ernest Hartley Coleridge - Judges - 1904 - 490 pages
...word of Spenser's, I think it is, occurred to me, Happy is the state In which thou, Father, here dost dwell at ease, Leading a life so free and fortunate From all the tempests of these worldly seas. Will you thank your father very heartily from me for the delight his book has given me ? I am sure...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser - Poetry - 1908 - 896 pages
...Can highly to commend the happie life Which shepheards lead, without debate or bitter strife. XIX ' How much,' sayd he, ' more happie is the state, In...father, here doe dwell at ease, Leading a life so fret; and fortunate From all the tempests of these worldly. Which tosse the rest in daungerous disease;...
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