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" Mongst kids shall trip it round ; For joy thus our wenches we follow. Wind, jolly huntsmen, your neat bugles shrilly, Hounds make a lusty cry; Spring up, you falconers, the partridges freely, Then let your brave hawks fly. Horses amain, Over ridge, over... "
Dramatic Works of John Ford ... - Page 405
by John Ford - 1827
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The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker: Now First Collected with ..., Volume 4

Thomas Dekker - 1622
...brave Hawks jlie. Horfes amain over ridg, over plain, the Dogs have the Stag in chace ; 'tis af port to content a King. So ho ho, through the skies, how the proud bird jlies, andfowcing kills with a grace, Now the Deer falls, hark how they ring. The Sun by degrees is...
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Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books, Volume 2

William Beloe - Bibliography - 1807
...let your brave hawks flic. Horses amain, Over ridg, over plain, The dogs have the stag in chace, Tig a sport to content a king. So ho ho through the skies, How the proud bird flies. And sowcing kills with a grace, How the deer falls, hark how they ring. From the Suns Darling, by John...
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The Dramatic Works of John Ford,: In Two Volumes, Volume 2

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827 - 616 pages
...make a lusty cry ; Spring up, you falconers, the partridges freely ; Then let your brave hawks fly. Horses amain, Over ridge, over plain, The dogs have...sousing kills with a grace > Now the deer falls ; hark ! hmo they ring — [The SUN Ay degrees is clouded. Sum. Leave off; the Sun is angry, and has drawn...
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...make a lusty cry ; Spring up, you falconers, the partridges freely^ Then let your brave hawks fly. Horses amain, Over ridge, over plain, The dogs have...the proud bird flies, And sousing kills with a grace f Now the deer Jalls ; .hark .'• how they ring — [The SUN by degrees is clouded. Sum. Leave off;...
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...make a lusty cry ; Spring up, you falconers, the partridges freely^ Then let your brave hawks fly. Horses amain, Over ridge, over plain, The dogs have...How the proud bird flies^ And sousing kills with a gr.ac(-f Now the deer falls • hark ! how tftey ring-^ [The SUN by degrees is clouded. Sum. Leave...
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The dramatic works of John Ford, with an intr. and notes [by W. Harness?].

John Ford - 1831
...make a lusty cry ; Spring up, you falconers, the partridges freely, Then let your brave hawks fly. Horses amain, Over ridge, over plain, The dogs have...sousing kills with a grace ! Now the deer falls ; hark ! how they ring — [The SUN by degrees is clouded. Sum. Leave off; the Sun is angry, and has drawn...
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The Dramatic Works of John Ford: With an Introduction, and Notes ..., Volume 2

John Ford - 1831 - 347 pages
...Wind, jolly huntsmen, your neat bugles shrilly, Hounds make a lusty cry ; Spring up, youfalconcrs, the partridges freely Then let your brave hawks jly....a sport to content a king. So ho ho ! through the sk1es How the proud birdjlies, And sousing kills with a grace ! Now the deer falls ; hark ! how they...
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The Shakespeare Society Papers, Volume 3

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - English drama - 1844
...is found in the old dramatic writers, applied to the action of a bird sousing on its prey, as — " So ho ho ! through the skies How the proud bird flies, And sousing, kills with a grace." The Sun's Darling, Ford and Dekker, iii., 2. In the West, it is used in the sense of speaking out plainly,...
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1844
...dramatic writers, applied to the action of a bird sousing on its prey, as — " So ho ho ! through tho skies How the proud bird flies, And sousing, kills with a grace." The Sun's Darling, Ford and Dekker, iii., 2. SQUINY. — "Lear. I remember thine eyes well enough:...
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Publications, Volume 36

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1847
...is found in the old dramatic writers, applied to the action of a bird sousing on its prey, as — " So ho ho ! through the skies How the proud bird flies, And sousing, kills with a grace." The Sun's Darling, Ford and Dekker, iii., 2. In the West, it is used in the sense of speaking out plainly,...
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