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Page 99 - The youthful world's gray fathers in one knot, Did with intentiv.e looks watch every hour For thy new light, and trembled at each shower...
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Page 138 - Death. To which is added Divers Copies under his own hand, never before printed.
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Page 128 - Excellent English Poet, Jeffrey Chaucer : As they have lately been Compar'd with the best Manuscripts ; and several things added, never before in Print. To which is adjoyn'd, The Story of the Siege of Thebes, By John Lidgate, Monk of Bury. Together with The Life of Chaucer, Shewing His Countrey, Parentage, Education, Marriage, Children, Revenues, Service, Reward, Friends, Books, Death.
Page 145 - Parliamentaria ; or a faithful register of the transactions in parliament, in the third and fourth years of the reign of our late Sovereign Lord King Charles : containing the severall speeches, cases and arguments of law transacted between his Majesty and both Houses.
Page 138 - POEMS | BY JD | WITH | ELEGIES | ON THE AUTHOR'S DEATH. | To WHICH | Is added divers copies under his own hand \ never before in print.
Page 77 - Report of a Committee of the Linnaean Society of New England relative to a large marine animal, supposed to be a serpent, seen near Cape Ann, Mass...

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