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" The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too ; Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet : But now she is absent, though, still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice... "
The Cambridge Tart: Epigrammatic and Satiric-poetical Effusions; &c. &c ... - Page 73
edited by - 1823 - 289 pages
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The Spectator, Volume 8

1717
...did bltat, And chirp went the Grofshopper under our Feet. But new /he is abfent, tho"ftill they fing on, The Woods are but lonely, the Melody's gone: Her Voice in the Confort, as now I have foimi, Gave ev'ry thing elfe its agreeable Sound. VIII. Rofe, what is become...
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A miscellaneous collection of poems, songs and epigrams. By several hands ...

Miscellaneous collection - 1721
...did bleat, And chirp went the Grafhopper under our Feet. Bur now fhe is abfent, tho' ftill they fing on, The Woods are but lonely, the Melody's gone : Her Voice in the Confort, as now I have found, Gave ev'ry thing elfe its agreeable found. VIII. / i * Rofe, what is...
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The Hive: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Songs

1729
...bleat, : .. And chirp went the grafhopper under our feet. But now fhe is abfent, tho" ftill they fing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the confort, as now I have found, Gave everything elfeits agreeable found. Rofe, what is become of thy...
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Rhetoric; Or, A View of Its Principal Tropes and Figures, in Their Origin ...

Thomas Gibbons - 1767 - 478 pages
...bleat, And chirp went the grafliopper under our feet. But now flie is abfent, tho' ftill they ling on, The woods are but lonely, .the melody's gone;...the concert, as now I have found, Gave every thing eife its agreeable found *. (3) When we perfonify inanimate and infenfi-* ble beings we may give weight...
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The beauties of English poesy

Oliver Goldsmith - 1767
...did-bleat, And chirp went the grafhopper under our feet. But now fhe is abfent, tho' ftill they fing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone : Her voice in the concert, as now I have found, Gives every thing elfe its agreeable found. V; Will no pitying power that hears me complain, Or cure...
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Miscellaneous Poems, Volume 2

John Byrom - 1773 - 353 pages
...did Bleat, And chirp went the Grafshopper under our Feet. But now fhe is abfent, tho' ftill they ling on, The Woods are but lonely, the Melody's gone : Her Voice in the Confort, as now I have found, Gave ev'ry Thing eife its agreeable Sound. A 1 Rofe, ( 4 ) vnr. Rofe,...
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The Vocal Magazine: Or, Compleat British Songster, Volumes 1-9

1781 - 359 pages
...bleat, Anci chirp went the grathopper under our feet I But now {he is abfent, tho' ftill they fing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone; Her voice in the concert, at now 1 have found, Give ev'ry thing elfe it's agreeable lognd. Rofe, what is become of thy delicate...
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Preface. A historical essay on the origin and progress of national song ...

1783
...bleat, And chirp went the grafshopper under our feet : But now fhe is abfent, though ftill they fing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone :...the concert, as now I have found, Gave every thing elfe its agreeable found. Rofe, what is become of thy delicate hue ? And where is the violets beautiful...
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The Spectator. ...

1789
...bleat, " And chirp went the graihopper under our feet. " But now (he is abfent, though ftill they fing on, " The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone...voice in the concert, as now I have found, " Gave ev'ry thing elfe its agreeable fouqd, VIII. " Rofe, what is become of thy delicate hue ? *' And where...
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Select British Classics, Volume 18

1803
...the wood through, The lark, linnet, throstle, and nightingale too; Winds over us whisper'd, flocks by us did bleat, And chirp went the grasshopper under our feet. But now she is absent, though still they sing on, The woods are but lonely, the melody's gone: Her voice in the concert, as...
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