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" And no great wonder," Death replies; " However, you still keep your eyes; And, sure, to see one's loves and friends, For legs and arms would make amends." " Perhaps," says Dobson, " so it might, But latterly I've lost my sight. "
Flowers of Literature: For 1804: Or, Characteristic Sketches of Human Nature ... - Page 225
1805 - 518 pages
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Poems on various subjects, selected by E. Tomkins

E Tomkins - 1806
...past." "And no great wonder," Death replies; " However, you still keep your eyes; And sure, to see one's loves and friends, For legs and arms would make amends." " Perhaps," says Dohson, " so it might, But latterly I've lost my sight." " This is a shocking story 'faith; Yet there's...
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Elegant extracts in poetry, Volume 2

Elegant extracts - 1816
... And no great wonder,' Death replies ; ' However, you still keep your eyes; And sure to see one's loves and friends, For legs and arms would make amends."...still,' says Death : Each strives your sadness to amuse ; 1 warrant you hear all the news.' ' There's none,' cries he ; ' and if there were, I'm grown so deaf,...
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Poems on various subjects: selected to enforce the practice of virtue, and ...

E Tomkins - 1817 - 260 pages
..." And no great wonder," Death replies ; " However, you still keep your eyes; And sure, to see one's loves and friends, For legs and arms would make amends."...your sadness to amuse, I warrant you hear all the news." " There's none," cries he; " and if there were, I'm grown so deaf, I could not hear." " Nay...
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The Plain Englishman [ed. by C. Knight and E.H. Locker].

Charles Knight - 1820
...sure, to see one's loves and friends For legs and arms must make amends." " Perhaps," says Dodson, " so it might, But latterly I've lost my sight !" " This is a shocking tale, 't is true ; But still there's comfort left for you : Each strives your sadness to amuse ; I...
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Poems Divine and Moral: Many of Them Now First Published

John Bowdler - 1821 - 468 pages
...However, you still keep your eyes; " And sure to see one's loves and friends " For legs and arms must make amends," " Perhaps," says Dobson, " so it might,...latterly I've lost my sight !" " This is a shocking tale, 'tis true, " But still there's comfort left for you ; " Each strives your sadness to amuse, "...
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Specimens of British poetesses: selected and chronologically arranged

Alexander Dyce - 1825 - 446 pages
...And no great wonder," Death replies ; " However, you still keep your eyes ; " And sure, to see one's loves and friends, " For legs and arms would make...your sadness to amuse, " I warrant you hear all the news." " There's none," cries he, " and if there were, " I'm grown so deaf, 1 could not hear." " Nay...
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One Hundred Fables in verse; by various authors. Selected and revised by J ...

One hundred fables, James PLUMPTRE - 1825
...However you still keep your eyes, ' And, sure, to see one's loves and friends ' For legs and arms must make amends.' ' Perhaps,' says Dobson, ' so it might...latterly, I've lost my sight.' ' This is a shocking tale, 'tis true, ' But still there's comfort left for you, ' Each strives your sadness to ' I warrant...
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Sequel to the English Reader: Or, Elegant Selections in Prose and Poetry ...

Lindley Murray - 1825 - 299 pages
...see one's loves and friends, For legs and arms would make amends." 1ij " Perhaps," says Dodson, " so it might, .,.; But latterly I've lost my sight." .;,' " This is a shocking tale, 'tis true ; "." But still there's comfort left for you : Each strives your sadness to amuse,...
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The National Reader: A Selection of Exercises in Reading and Speaking ...

John Pierpont - 1828 - 276 pages
...And no great wonder," Death replies : " However, you still keep your eyes j And sure, to see one's loves and friends, For legs and arms would make amends."...your sadness to amuse : I warrant you hear all the news." "There's none," cries he; "and, if there were, I'm grown so deaf I could not hear." " Nay, then,"...
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Exercises in Reading and Recitations: Founded on the Enquiry in the ...

John Barber - 1828 - 300 pages
...past. And no great wonder, Death replies : However, you still keep your eyes; And sure to see one's loves and friends, For legs and arms would make amends. Perhaps, says Dobson, so it might, But latterby I've lost my sight. This is a shocking story, faith ; Yet there's some comfort still, says...
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