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" And pleased by manners most unlike her own ; Loud though in love, and confident though young; Fierce in his air, and voluble of tongue; By trade a tailor, though, in scorn of trade, He served the 'Squire, and brush'd the coat he made. "
Poems - Страница 104
по George Crabbe - 1812
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...though, in scorn of trade, He serv'd the Squire, and brush'd tin: coat he made ; Yet now, would Phcebe her consent afford, Her slave alone, again he'd mount...thoughtful, anxious, and afraid), Led by the Lover, %valk'd the silent Maid : Slow through the meadowi rov'd they, many a mile, Toy'd by each bank and...

Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 258 страници
...though, in scorn of trade, He serv'd the Squire and brush 'd the Coat he made; Yet now, would Phoebe her Consent afford, Her Slave alone, again he'd mount...through the lane, up hill, and cross the Green, (Seen but by few and blushing to be seen — Dejected, thoughtful, anxious, and afraid,} '• . ;•, Led...

Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 258 страници
...though, in scorn of trade, He serv'd the Squire and brush'd the Coat he made i Yet now, would PHOEBE her Consent afford, Her Slave alone, again he'd mount...through the Lane, up Hill, and cross the Green, (Seen but by few and blushing to be seen — Dejected, thoughtful, anxious, and afraid,) Led by the Lover,...

Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 258 страници
...though, in scorn of trade, He serv'd the Squire and brush'd the Coat he made ; Yet now, would PHOEBE her Consent afford, Her Slave alone, again he'd mount...Now, through the Lane, up Hill, and cross the Green, flSeen but by few and blushing to be seen — Dejected, thoughtful, anxious, and afraid,) Led by the...

Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 235 страници
...Coat he made i Yet now, would PHCEBE her Consent afford, Her Slave alone, again he'd mount the Board j With her should Years of growing Love be spent, And...Consent. Now, through the Lane, up Hill, and cross the Greeg, (Seen but by few and blushing to be seen — Dejected, thoughtful, anxious, and afraid,) Led...

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1820
...POEMS: BY THE REV. G. CRABBE. VOL. 1. NOW, through the lane, up hill, and cross the green, ; Sreii by but few and blushing to be seen— Dejected, thoughtful, anxious, and afraid,) l«d by the lover, walked the silent maid : Slow through the meadows roved they, many a mile, Toyed...

The Works, Том 1

George Crabbe - 1823
...brush'd the coat he made • Yet now, would Phoebe her consent afford, Her slave alone, again he 'd mount the board ; With her should years of growing...walk'd the silent maid : Slow through the meadows roved they, many a mile Toy'd by each bank and trifled at each stile; Where, as he painted every blissful...

The Works of the Rev. George Crabbe: In Five Volumes, Том 1

George Crabbe - 1823
...though, in scorn of trade, He served the 'Squire, and brush'd the coat he made: Yet now, would Phoebe her consent afford, Her slave alone, again he'd mount...With her should years of growing love be spent, And growing,wealth :—she sigh'd and look'd consent. Now, through the lane, up hill, and 'cross the green,...

The Works of the Rev. George Crabbe: In Eight Volumes, Том 1

George Crabbe - 1823
...brush'd the coat he made • Yet now, would Phabe her consent afford, Her slave alone, again he 'd mount the board ; With her should years of growing love be spent, And growing wealth:—she sigh'd and look'd consent. Now, through the lane, up hill, and 'cross the green, (Seen...

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British poets - 1828
...though, in scorn of trade, He served the 'Squire, and brush'd the coat he made : Y'ct now, would Phrebe aven ! All conscious PRESENCE of the Universe ! Nature's...prcdooming Both, Fit INSTRUMENTS and best, of perfect E nnd blushing to he seen — Dejected, thoughtful, anxious, and afraid,) Led by the lover, walk'd the...




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