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" I'm almost tired of life; " So hard my work, so poor my fare, " 'Tie more than mortal man can bear. "
One Hundred Fables in verse; by various authors. Selected and revised by J ... - Page 174
by One hundred fables, James PLUMPTRE - 1825
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The Entertaining Moral, and Religious Repository: Containing, Many ...

1801
...their work two Weavers sat, Beguiling time with friendly chat; ['hey touch'd upon the price of meat, o high a Weaver scarce could eat. What with my brats and sickly wife,' iuQth Dick, ' I'm almost tir'd of life ; o hard my work, so poor my tare, Tis more than mortal man...
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The Children's friend [ed.] by W.C. Wilson [and others]., Volume 4

William Carus Wilson - 1827
...means to buy for themselves, without any sxpenoe on their own part Henderson. ' THE TWO WEAvERS. As at their work two weavers sat, Beguiling time with friendly chat, They touched upon the price of meat ; So high, a weaver scarce could eat. a What with my brats and sickly...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1830
...Great Father's approbation. TURN THE CARPET : OR, THE TWO WEAVERS. IN A DIALOGUE BETWEEN DICK AND JOHN. As at their work two weavers sat, Beguiling time with...almost tir'd of life ; So hard my work, so poor my fair, 'Tis more than mortal man can bear.' ' Hnw glorious is the rich man's state ! His house so fine...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1832
...Great Father's approbation. TURN THE CARPET : OR, THE TWO WEAVERS. JN A DIALOGUE BETWEEN DICK AND JOHN. g showers and ripening suns of heaven for the blessing...are carried on by means. It becomes, * hie bless ' I 'm almost tir'd of life ; So hard my work, so poor my fare, "Tis more than mortal man can bear...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1835
...Great Father's approbation. TURN THE CARPET: OR, THE TWO WEAVERS. IN A DIALOGUE BETWEEN DICK AND JOHN. As at their work two weavers sat, beguiling time with...scarce could eat. What with my brats and sickly wife,' iuoth Dick, ' I 'm almost tir'd of life ; îo hard my work, so poor my fare, Tis more than mortal man...
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Works, Complete, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1835
...Great Father's approbation. TURN THE CARPET; THE TWO WEAVERS. IN A DIALOGUE BETWEEN DICK AND JOHN. As at their work two weavers sat, Beguiling time with friendly chat, They touched upon the price of meat, So high, a weaver scarce could eat. " What with my brats and sickly...
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Fables and moral maxims, in verse and prose, selected by A. Parker

Anne Parker - 1835
...To taste forbidden joy, shall find New ways to reach the grave. THE TWO WEAVERS, OR TURN THE CARPET. As at their work two Weavers sat, Beguiling time with friendly chat; They touched upon the price of meat, So high, a Weaver scarce could eat; "What with my brats and sickly...
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History of Susan Ellmaker, Or, An Answer to the Question, "If a Man Die ...

1836 - 158 pages
...this, which I learned many, many years ago." And he then repeated as follows ; THE TWO WEAVERS. As at their work two weavers sat, Beguiling time with friendly chat ; They touched upon the price of meat, So high, a weaver scarce could eat. " What with my brats and sickly...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1836
...Great Father's approbation. TURN THE CARPET OR, THE TWO WEAVERS. IN A DIALOGUE BETWEEN DICK AND JOHN. As at their work two weavers sat, Beguiling time with friendly chat, They touched upon the price of meat, So high, a weaver scarce could eat. " What with my brats and sickly...
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The Poetical Works of Hannah More

Hannah More - 1838 - 504 pages
...Great Father's approhation. TCRN THE CARPET: OR THE TWO WEAVERS, IN A DIALOGCE SETWEEN DICK AND JOHN. As at their work two weavers sat, Beguiling time with...price of meat, So high, a weaver scarce could eat. H What with my hrats and sickly wife," Quoth Dick, " I'm almost tired of life ; " So hard my work,...
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