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" With midnight howl to bay the affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon; To force plain Nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day; To match for speed one feather... "
The World as it Goes: Exemplified in the Characters of Nations, States ... - Page 12
by William Combe - 1781 - 48 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 34

1764
...chair, With midnight howl to bay th'aSVighted moon, To walk with torches thro' the ftreets at noon, To force plain nature from her ufual way, Each night...and a blank each day, To match for fpeed one feather 'gaind another, To make one leg run races with kis brother 'Gaind all the reft to take the northern...
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Poems: By Charles Churchill. In Three Volumes. With Large Corrections and ...

Charles Churchill - 1772
...up his chair With midnight howl to bay th' affrighted Moon, To walk with torches thro' the ftreets at noon, To To force plain nature from her ufual way, Each night a vigil, and a Hank each day. To match for fpeed one Feather 'gainft another, To make one leg run races with his brother,...
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Poems, Volume 3

Charles Churchill - 1776
...affrighted moon, ^9 walk, with torches thro' the ftreets at noons To force plain Nature from herufual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day. To match for fpced one feather 'gainft another, To make one leg run races with his brother, 'Gainft all the reft...
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The Works of the British Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and ..., Volume 10

Robert Anderson - 1795
...chair; With midnight howl to bay th* affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the dreets at noon, To force plain nature from her ufual way, Each night...another, To make one leg run races with his brother ; 'Gaind all the reft to take the northern wind, Bute to ride fir Ik, and he to ride behind ; To coin...
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Young. Churchill. Lloyd. Falconer. Thomson

Samuel Johnson - 1800
...chair ; With midnight howl tobayth' affrighted moon, To walk with torches thro' the ftreets at noon, To force plain Nature from her ufual way, Each night...vigil, and a blank each day ; . To match for fpeed ane feather '^jainft another, To make one leg run races with his brother ; 'Gainft all the reit to...
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The works of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland. With prefaces ..., Volume 8

Great Britain - 1804
...chair ; With midnight howl to bay th' affrighted moon, To walk with torches thro' the ftreets at noon, To force plain Nature from her ufual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day ; To match for fpecd one feather 'garnit another, To make one leg run rices with his brother ; 'Gainft all the reft...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection ... from the Most Eminent Prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1824
...affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon ; To force plain Nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day ; To match for speed one feather 'gainst another, To make one leg run races with his brother; 'Gainst all the rest...
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Laconics: Or, The Best Words of the Best Authors, Volume 1

John Timbs - 1829 - 360 pages
...affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon; To force plain nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day; To match for speed one feather 'gainst another, To make one leg run races with his brother; To coin newfangled wagers,...
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The Poetical Works of Charles Churchill: The ghost, bk. IV. The candidate ...

Charles Churchill, William Tooke - 1844
...affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon ; To force plain nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day ; To match for speed one feather 'gainst another, To make one leg run races with his brother ; Ťo 'Gainst all the...
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Daniel De Foe and Charles Churchill

John Forster - 1855 - 267 pages
...affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at, noon, To force plain nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day, To match for speed one feather 'gainst another, To make one leg run races with his brother, 'Gainst all the rest...
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