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" To share with him the pang of woe? Say, should disease or pain befall, Wilt thou assume the nurse's care; Nor wistful those gay scenes recall Where thou wert fairest of the fair? And when at last thy love shall die, Wilt thou receive his parting breath?... "
The roundelay; a selection of comic, martial, naval and sentimental songs - Page 40
by Roundelay - 1815
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The Analectic Magazine, Volume 2

1813
...darn ? Should harvest whiskey make me fall, Would'st thou assume tlie nurse's care; Nor sullen those gay scenes recall, Where thou wert fairest of the fair ! And when dead drunk I'm put to bed, Wilt thou prepare the water gruel ; Nor curse the day that thou didst wed,...
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The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Volume 2

1813
...darn? Should harvest whiskey make me fall, Would'st thou assume the nurse's care; Nor sullen those gay scenes recall, Where thou wert fairest of the fair? And when dead drunk I 'm put to bed, Wilt thou prepare the water gruel; Nor curse the day that thou didst wed,...
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The Words of the Most Favourite Pieces: Performed at the Glee Club, the ...

Richard Clark - 1814 - 435 pages
...longer deck'd with jewels rare ! Say can'st thou quit the busy scene ; Where thou art fairest of the Air •And when at last thy love shall die, Wilt thou...struggling sigh ; And cheer with smiles the bed of death .' And wilt thou o'er his much lov'd clay, Strew flowers, and drop the tender tear ; Nor then regret...
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Elegant extracts in poetry, Volume 2

Elegant extracts - 1816
...can that soft and gentle mienExtremes of hardship learn to bear, Nor sad regret each courtly scene Where thou wert fairest of the fair ? And when at...struggling sigh, And cheer with smiles the bed of death? And wilt thou o'er his breathless clay Strew flowers, and drop the tender tearf Nor then regret those...
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The Borough: A Poem, in Twenty-four Letters

George Crabbe - 1816 - 292 pages
...Satir. ix. lin. UC. And when at last thy Love shall die, Wilt thou receive his parting breath ? WMt thou repress each struggling sigh, And cheer with smiles the" bed of death I Percy. LETTER II. THE CHURCH. Several Meanings of the word Church.— The Building to called, here...
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The pocket encyclopedia of Scottish, English, and Irish songs ..., Volume 1

Scottish songs - 1816
...mishap shall rue, Wilt thou assume the nurse's care, Nor wishful those gay scenes recal, Where thou wast fairest of the fair ? And when at last thy love shall die, And cheer with smiles the bed of death? And wilt thou o'er his much-lov'd clay, Wilt thou receive his...
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Panorama d'Angleterre, ou Éphémérides anglaises, politiques et ..., Volume 1

1817
...befall f Wilt thou assume the Nurses ca,re t Nor wistful those g-ay Scenes recall t Where thou werf fairest of the Fair . And when at last thy Love shall...parting- Breath , 'Wilt thou repress each strug-g-ling- sijrh t And cheer nvit-h smiles the bed of Death ; And wilt thou u *er hi* breat bless Clay , Strew...
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The borough

George Crabbe - 1820
...Satir. iz. lia. 1SG. And when at last tl.y Love shall die, Wilt thou receive his parting breath? WMt thou repress each struggling sigh, And cheer with smiles the bed of death r Peroy. LETTER II. THE CHURCH. Several Meanings of the word Church.— The Building so called, here...
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The Works of the Rev. George Crabbe, Volume 2

George Crabbe - 1823
...serta, unguenta, puellas Poscimus, obrepit non intellecta senectus. Juvenal. Satir. ix. lin. 1 26. And when at last thy love shall die, Wilt thou receive...struggling sigh, And cheer with smiles the bed of death ? Percy. c2. Several Meanings of the word Church — The Building so called, here intended — Its...
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The Works of the Rev. George Crabbe, Volume 2

George Crabbe - 1823
...dum serta, unguenta, puellas IW-imus, obrepit non intellecta senectus. Juvenal. Satir. ix. Jin. 126. And when at last thy love shall die, Wilt thou receive his parting breath ? \Vilt thou repress each struggling sigh, And cheer with smiles the bed of death ? Percy. c 2 Several...
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