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" Lo, yonder doth Earl Douglas come, His men in armour bright ; Full twenty hundred Scottish spears All marching in our sight ; All men of pleasant Teviotdale, Fast by the river Tweed... "
The British essayists; to which are prefixed prefaces by J. Ferguson - Page 64
by British essayists - 1819
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A Collection of Old Ballads. Corrected from the Best and Most ..., Volume 1

1723
...would not come, No longer would I ftay. With that, a brave young Gentleman Thus to the Earl did fay ; Lo yonder doth Earl Douglas come, His Men in Armour bright ; Full Twenty Hundred Scottijh Spears, All marching in our Sight ; All Men of pleafant Ttvidale, Faft by the River Tweed....
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A Collection of Old Ballads: Corrected from the Best and Most ..., Volume 1

Ambrose Philips - 1723
...would not come, No longer would I ftay. With that, a brave young Gentleman Thus to the Earl did fay ; Lo yonder doth Earl Douglas come, His Men in Armour bright ; Full Twenty Hundred Scottijh Spears, All marching in our Sight j Fafl by the River Tweed. Then ceafe your Sport, Earl Piercy...
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Drinking songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

1783
...would not come No longer would I flay. With that a brave young gentleman Thus to the earl did fay : Lo ! yonder doth earl Douglas come, His men in armour bright ; Full twenty hundred Scorifh fpears All marching in our fight ; All All men of pleafant Tividale, Faft by the river Tweed....
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The Spectator. ...

1789
...hills and dales the chearful cries rebound; For Echo hunts along, and propagates the found. DRYDEN. Lo, yonder doth Earl Douglas come, His men in armour bright ; Full twenty hundred Scottifh fpears, All marching in our fight. All men of pleafant Tividale, Faft by the river Tweed,...
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Roach's Beauties of the Modern Poets of Great Britain: Carefully Selected ...

John Roach - 1794
...co:nc No longer would I -lay, ^ With ,l,,t. a Urave young gentleman ^> Thus to the carl .did % : ^ Lo ! yonder, doth earl Douglas come, His men- in armour bright ; Full twenty hundred Scottifii fpcars Are marching in our fight; All men of plcafant Tividaie, Faft by the river Tweed,...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Volume 7

British essayists - 1802
...hills and dales the cheerful cries rebound ; For Echo hunts along, and propagates the sound. DRYDEN. Lo, yonder doth Earl Douglas come, His men in armour...men of pleasant Tividale, Fast by the river Tweed, tec. The country of the Scotch warriors, described in these two last verses, has a fine romantic situation,...
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Select British Classics, Volume 11

1803
...• For echo hunts along, and propagates the sound. DRYDEX. ' Lo, yonder doth earl Douglas come, 1 His men in armour bright ; ' Full twenty hundred Scottish...&c.' The country of the Scotch warriors, described in thesfr two last verses, has a fine romantic situation, and affords a couple of smooth words for verse....
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The British Essayists;: Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...hills and dales tin> cheerful cries rebound ; For Echo hunts along, and propagates the sound. DRYDEN. Lo, yonder doth Earl Douglas come, His men in armour...two last verses, has a fine romantic situation, and Milords a couple of smooth words for verse. If the reader compares the foregoing six lines of the song...
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The British Essayists, Volume 7

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...hills and dales the cheerful cries rebound ; For Echo hunts along, and propagates the sound, DRVDEN. Lo, yonder doth Earl Douglas come, His men in armour bright ; Full twenty hundred Scottish speara, All marching in our sight. All men of pleasant Tividale, Fast by the river Tweed, &c. The country...
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Northern Garlands

Joseph Ritson - 1810 - 205 pages
...would not come, No longer would 1 stay. With tha« a brave young gentleman Thus to the earl did say : Lo ! yonder doth earl Douglas come, His men in armour bright ; Full twenty hundred Scotish spears All marching in our sight ; All men of pleasant Tividale, Fast by the river Tweed. Then...
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