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" How I loved. Witness, ye days and nights, and all ye hours, That danced away with down upon your feet, As all your business were to count my passion ! One day passed by, and nothing saw but love; Another came, and still 'twas only love: The suns were... "
The Century - Page 230
1872
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...to you. Vent. Yes, to your shame be it spoken ! [Aude. Ant. How I loved, Witness ye days and nights, and all ye hours, That danced away with down upon your feet, As all your business were to count iny passion. One day passed by, and nothing saw but love ; Another...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...to you. Vent. Yes, to your shame be it spoken ! [AtiJf Ant. How 1 loved, Witness ye days and nights, and all ye hours, That danced away with down upon your feet, As all your business were to count my pa»son One day passed by, and nothing saw but love ; Another...
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes ..., Volume 5

John Dryden - English literature - 1808
...to you. Vent. Yes, to your shame be't spoken. [Aside. Ant. How I loved, Witness, ye days and nights, and all ye hours, That danced away with down upon your feet, As all your business were to count my passion! One day past by, and nothing saw but love ; Another...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

English drama - 1811
...Vent. Yes, to your shame be it spoken! |, )>/'</, •. Ant. How I loved, Witness ye days and nights, cott As all your business were to count my passion ! One day passed by, and nothing saw but love ; Another...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 7

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...L'Kttrange. The apes were taught their apes' tricks by a danringHow I loved, Wttne» yc day« and nights, rks is that empire and dominion which Uod exercised over man A« all your business were to count my passion. Ifrydcn. It upbraids you, To let your father's friend,...
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Bothwell: or, The days of Mary queen of Scots

James Grant - 1851
...shower of brilliants. CHAPTER XV. DOUBT AND DESPAIR. Antony How I loved, "Witness ye nights and days, and all ye hours That danced away with down upon your feet, As all your business were to count my passion. All far Love, or the World well lost. YULE-TIDE came...
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The North American Review, Volume 107

North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1868
...even airy in this new-found freedom : — " ' How I loved,' says Antony ; Witness ye days and nights, and all ye hours That danced away with down upon your feet." And what image was ever more delicately exquisite, what movement more fadingly accordant with the sense,...
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AMONG MY BOOKS

JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. A.M. - 1870
...even airy in this new-found freedom : Anthony says — • " How I loved, Witness ye days and nights, and all ye hours That danced away with down upon your feet. " 1 This recalls a striking verse of Alfred de Musset : — " La muse est toujoure belle, Meme pour...
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AMONG MY BOOKS

JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL - 1898
...becomes even airy in this new-found freedom : Anthony says, " How I loved, Witness ye days and nights, and all ye hours That danced away with down upon your feet." And what image was ever more delicately exquisite, what movement more fadingly accordant with the sense,...
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A Free Lance in the Field of Life and Letters

William Cleaver Wilkinson - English literature - 1874 - 340 pages
...Cathedral," down-shod, when he invites our admiration to Dryden's heavy-buoyant, tramping-tripping And all ye hours, That danced away with down upon...recommended by the slight value of the idea to be expressed. A sentiment recurs several times in Mr. Lowell's prose, which he has also induced to sing modestly...
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