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" Of all mankind, of all but me. O gentle Lady of the West ! To find thee, be my only task ; When found, I'll clasp thee to my breast No haughty birth or dower I ask. Sequester... "
Select Miscellaneous Productions, of Mrs. Day, and Thomas Day, Esq., in ... - Page 7
by Esther Milnes Day, Thomas Lowndes - 1805 - 255 pages
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An account of the life and writings of Thomas Day, esq

James Keir - 1791 - 144 pages
...found, I'll clafp thee to my breaft : No haughty birth or dower I afk. ' Sequeftered in fome fecret glade, With thee unnotic'd would I live ; And if Content adorn the fhade, What more can Heav'n or Nature give ? 9, Too long deceiv'd by Pomp's falfe glare, 'Tis thou...
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The Poetical Works of William Falconer: Collated with the Best Editions

William Falconer, Thomas Park - English poetry - 1809 - 134 pages
...breast : No hanghty birth or dowei I ask. Seqnester'd in some secret glade, With thee unnot ic'd wonld I live ; And if Content adorn the shade, What more can Heav'n or Natnre give ? Too long deceiv'd by Pomp's false glare. 'Tis thon mnst soothe my sonl to rest ; Tis...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...to my breast No haughty birth or dower I ask. Sequester' d in some secret glade, With thee unnoticed would I live ; And if Content adorn the shade, What more can Heaven or Nature give ? Too long deceived by Pomp's false glare, Tis thou must soothe my soul to rest...
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A Memoir of the Life and Writings of Thomas Day: Author of "Sandford and Merton"

John Blackman - 1862 - 128 pages
...to my breast, No haughty birth or dower I ask. Sequester'd in some secret glade, With thee unnoticed would I live ; And if content adorn the shade, What more can Heaven or Nature give ? Too long deceived by Pomp's false glare, 'Tis thou must sooth my soul to rest...
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The Independent Review, Volume 1

Edward Jenks - 1904
...my breast : No haughty birth or dower I ask. " Sequestered in some secret glade, With thee unnoticed would I live ; And if Content adorn the shade, What more can Heaven or Nature give ? " He had so great a contempt for dress, external appearances, and the usages...
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Some Literary Eccentrics

John Fyvie - Authors, English - 1906 - 296 pages
...to my breast: No haughty birth or dower I ask. Sequestered in some secret glade, With thee unnoticed would I live; And if Content adorn the shade, What more can Heaven or Nature give ?' He had so great a contempt for dress, external appearances, and the usages...
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