The Dramatic Works of John O'Keeffe, Esq: Published Under the Gracious Patronage of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. Prepared for the Press by the Author. In Four Volumes. ...
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Página 135 - Poor stag ! the dogs thy haunches gore, The tears run down thy face, The huntsman's pleasure is no more, His joys were in the chase : Alike the...
Página 135 - Hark ! hark ! tantivy ! This day a stag must die. The cordial takes its merry round/ The laugh and joke prevail, The huntsman blows a jovial sound, The dogs snuff up the gale ; The upland...
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