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" Life was spent with serving you, and you, A nd death's my pay (it seems) and welcome too. R evenge destroying but itself, while I T o birds of prey leave my old cage, and fly. E xamples preach to th' eye, care then (mine says) N ot how you end, but how... "
The Cambrian traveller's guide, and pocket companion [by G. Nicholson]. - Page 196
by George Nicholson - 1840
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Gleanings from God's Acre: Being a Collection of Epitaphs

John Potter Briscoe - Epitaphs - 1883 - 160 pages
...gripes my ghostless dust. N one knows how soon to be by fire sett free. R eader, if you an oft tryed rule will trust, Y ou'll gladly do, and suffer what you must. M y life was spent with serving you, and you, A nd death's my pay (it seems) and welcome too, R evenge destroying but...
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Gleanings from God's Acre: Being a Collection of Epitaphs

John Potter Briscoe - Epitaphs - 1883 - 160 pages
...gripes my ghostless dust. N one knows how soon to be by fire sett free. R eader, if you an oft tryed rule will trust, Y ou'll gladly do, and suffer what you must. M y life was 'spent with serving you, and you, A nd death's my pay (it seems) and welcome too, R evenge destroying but...
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Curious Epitaphs: Collected from the Graveyards of Great Britain and Ireland ...

William Andrews - Epitaphs - 1883 - 182 pages
...gripes my ghostly dust, N one knows how soon to be by fire set free ; R eader, if you an old try'd rule will trust, Y ou'll gladly do and suffer what you must. M y time was spent in serving you and you, A nd death's my pay, it seems, and welcome too ; R evenge destroying...
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The First and Second Battles of Newbury and the Siege of Donnington Castle ...

Walter Money - Great Britain - 1884 - 287 pages
...ghostly dust N one knows how soon to be by fire set free B eader, if you an oft tryed rule will trust, T ou'll gladly do and suffer what you must. M y life was spent in serving yon, and yon, A nd death's my pay (it seems) and welcome too ; R evenge destroying but itself, while...
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The first and second battles of Newbury and the siege of Donnington castle ...

Walter Money - 1884
...water, gripes my ghostly dust N one knows how soon to be by fire set free K eader, if yon an oft tryed rule will trust, Y ou'll gladly do and suffer what you must. _, .! -• • M y life was spent in serving you, and you, t R evenge destroying but itself, while...
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A Collection of Epitaphs and Inscriptions: Interesting Either from ..., Volume 2

Edmund Goldsmid - Epitaphs - 1885
...gripes my ghostly dust, N one knows how soon to be by fire set free ; R eader, if you an old try'd rule will trust, Y ou'll gladly do and suffer what you must. M y time was spent in serving you and you, A nd death's my pay, it seems, and welcome too; R evenge destroying...
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Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin: Comprising the Celebrated Political and ...

Anti-Jacobin - English poetry - 1890 - 341 pages
...gripes my ghostly dust, X one knowing when brave fire shall set it free. R eader, if you an oft tryetl rule will trust, Y ou'll gladly do and suffer what you must. M y life was worn with serving you and you, A nd now death's my pay, it seems, and welcome too. Revenge destroying...
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The Marches of Wales: Notes and Impressions on the Welsh Borders, from the ...

Charles George Harper - Wales - 1894 - 368 pages
...gripes my ghostless dust N one knows how soon to be by fire sett free. R eader, if you an oft-tryed rule will trust Y ou'll gladly do and suffer what you must. M y life was spent with serving you and you A nd death's my pay (it seems) and welcome too R evenge destroying but itself,...
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Curious Epitaphs

William Andrews - Epitaphs - 1899 - 241 pages
...gripes my ghostly dust, N one knows how soon to be by fire set free ; R eader, if you an old try'd rule will trust, Y ou'll gladly do and suffer what you must. M y time was spent in serving you and you, A nd death's my pay, it seems, and welcome too ; R evenge destroying...
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Writing the English Republic: Poetry, Rhetoric and Politics, 1627-1660

David Norbrook - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 509 pages
...water, gripes my ghostless dust N one knows how soon to be by fire sett free R eader if you an oft tryed rule will trust, Y ou'll gladly do and suffer what you must. M y life was spent with serving you, and you, A nd death's my pay (it seems) and welcome too; R evenge destroying but...
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