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Recreations in Agriculture, Natural-history, Arts, and Miscellaneous Literature - Page 236
by James Anderson - 1803
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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb: Letters, 1796-1834

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1905
...To see the sun to bed, and see him rise, Like some hot amourist with glowing eyes, Bursting the lazy bands of sleep that bound him : With all his fires...Admiring silence, while those lovers sleep : Sometimes outstretch'd in very idleness, Nought doing, saying little, thinking less, To view the leaves, thin...
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Charles Lamb

Walter Jerrold - 1905 - 112 pages
...bound him, With all his fires and travelling glories round him. Sometimes the moon on soft night clouds to rest, Like beauty nestling in a young man's breast,...Admiring silence, while those lovers sleep. Sometimes outstretcht, in very idleness, Nought doing, saying little, thinking less, To view the leaves, thin...
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1775-1817

Edward Verrall Lucas - 1905
...bound him, With all his fires and travelling glories round him. Sometimes the moon on soft night clouds to rest, Like beauty nestling in a young man's breast,...Admiring silence, while those lovers sleep. Sometimes outstretcht, in very idleness, Nought doing, saying little, thinking less, To view the leaves, thin...
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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb: Letters, 1796-1834

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1905
...rhymes from my play, the only rhymes in it — a forest-liver giving an account of his amusements : — And all the winking stars, her handmaids, keep Admiring silence, while those lovers sleep : Sometimes outstretch'd in very idleness, Nought doing, saying little, thinking less, To view the leaves, thin...
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Shelburne Essays, Volume 4

Paul Elmer More - American literature - 1906 - 283 pages
...bound him, With all his fires and travelling glories round him. Sometimes the moon on soft night clouds to rest, Like beauty nestling in a young man's breast,...stars, her handmaids, keep Admiring silence, while these lovers sleep. Sometimes owtstretcht, in very idleness. Nought doing, saying little, thinking...
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The Works of Charles Lamb

William MacDonald - 1907
...To see the sun to bed, and see him rise, Like some hot amourist with glowing eyes, Bursting the lazy bands of sleep that bound him With all his fires and...Admiring silence, while those lovers sleep : Sometimes outstretch'd in very idleness, Nought doing, saying little, thinking less, To view the leaves, thin...
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Letters, 1796-1820

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1913
...To see the sun to bed, and see him rise, Like some hot amourist with glowing eyes, Bursting the lazy bands of sleep that bound him : With all his fires...Admiring silence, while those lovers sleep : Sometimes outstretch'd in very idleness, Nought doing, saying little, thinking less, To view the leaves, thin...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 2

1848
...bound him, With all his fires and traveling glories round him. Sometimes the moon on soft night clouds to rest, Like beauty nestling in a young man's breast,...stars, her handmaids, keep Admiring silence, while these lovers sleep. Sometimes outstretched, in very idleness, Naught doing, sayiug little, thinking...
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners : with Strictures ..., Volume 13

1802
...him, With all his fires and travelling glories round him : Sometimes the moon on soft night clouds' to rest, Like beauty nestling in a young man's breast,...those lovers sleep : Sometimes outstrecht, in very idleness, Naught doing, saying little, thinking less, To view the leaves, thin dancers upon air, Go...
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charles lamb

1933
...bound him, With all his fires and travelling glories round him. Sometimes the moon on soft night clouds to rest, Like beauty nestling in a young man's breast,...Admiring silence, while those lovers sleep. Sometimes outstretcht, in very idleness, Nought doing, saying little, thinking less, To view the leaves, thin...
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