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" With midnight howl to bay the affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon; To force plain Nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day; To match for speed one feather... "
The World as it Goes: Exemplified in the Characters of Nations, States ... - Page 12
by William Combe - 1781 - 48 pages
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The Poetical Works of Charles Churchill: With Copious Notes and a ..., Volume 3

Charles Churchill, William Tooke - 1864
...moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon ; To force plain nature from her usual v^ay, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day ; To match for speed one feather 'gainst another, To make one leg run races with his brother : 'Gainst all the...
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The poetical works of Charles Churchill, with notes by W. Tooke ..., Volume 2

Charles Churchill - 1866
...affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon ; To force plain nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day ; To match for speed one feather 'gainst another, To make one leg run races with his brother ; 340 'Gainst all the...
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The Poetical Works of Churchill, Parnell, and Tickell: With a Life ..., Volume 2

Charles Churchill - 1880
...affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon ; To force plain nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day ; To match for speed one feather 'gainst another, To make one leg run races with his brother : 'Gainst all the...
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The Last Earls of Barrymore, 1769-1824 ...

John Robert Robinson - 1894 - 272 pages
...affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon, To force plain Nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day ; To match for speed one feather against another, To make one leg run races with his brother, To coin new-fangled...
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The Beaux of the Regency, Volume 1

Lewis Saul Benjamin - 1908
...affrighted moon, To walk with torches through the streets at noon, To force plain nature from her usual way, Each night a vigil, and a blank each day ; To match for speed one feather 'gainst another, To make one leg run races with his brother, To coin new-fangled...
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