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" I'll envy no nabob his riches or fame, Nor what honours may wait him to-morrow. From the bleak northern blast may my cot be completely Secured by a neighbouring hill; And at night may repose steal upon me more sweetly By the sound of a murmuring rill:... "
The roundelay; a selection of comic, martial, naval and sentimental songs - Page 57
by Roundelay - 1815
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The Cambridge Book of Lesser Poets

Sir John Collings Squire - 1927 - 470 pages
...blast may my cot be completely Secur'd by a neighbouring hill ; And at night may repose steal upon me more sweetly, By the sound of a murmuring rill...heart free from sickness and sorrow, With my friends let me share what To-day may afford And let them spread the table To-morrow. And when I, at last, must...
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Treasury of Minor British Poetry: Selected and Arranged with Notes

John Churton Collins - 1896 - 419 pages
...northern blast may my cot be completely Secured by a neighbouring hill; And at night may repose steal upon me more sweetly By the sound of a murmuring rill....heart free from sickness and sorrow, With my friends may I share what To-day may afford, And let them spread the table To-morrow. And when I at last must...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 66

1804
...nei£hbouru)g hill ; And 298 Poetry. i ; u And at nicht may repofe Heal upon me more Jweetly, By the fide of a murmuring rill : And while peace and plenty I find at ray board, With a heart free from ficknefs and forrow. I'll (hare with my friends what to-day may afford,...
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