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" DISCONTENTS IN DEVON. MORE discontents I never had Since I was born than here, Where I have been, and still am sad, In this dull Devonshire ; Yet, justly too, I must confess I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the press, Than where I loathed so... "
Black's Guide to the South-western Counties of England: Dorsetshire - Página 263
1862 - 417 páginas
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Selections from the Poetry of Robert Herrick, Ed

Robert Herrick - 1895 - 200 páginas
...DISCONTENTS IN DEVON. MORE discontents I never had, Since I was born, than here ; Where I have been, and still am sad, In this dull Devonshire. Yet, justly too, I must confess, 5 I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the press, Than where I loath'd so much. 53....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Parte1

1896
...a brighter moment : More discontents I never had Since I was born than here, Where I have been, and still am sad In this dull Devonshire. Yet, justly too, I must confess, I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the press, Than where I loathed so much. In the...
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The Hesperides & Noble Numbers, Volumen1

Robert Herrick - 1898 - 420 páginas
...DISCONTENTS IN DEVON. MORE discontents I never had Since I was born than here, Where I have been, and still am sad, In this dull Devonshire ; Yet, justly too, I must confess I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the press, Than where I loathed so much. 52. TO...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volumen59

Josiah Gilbert Holland, Richard Watson Gilder - 1900
...attested by many of his poems. This solitude was not without its compensation. " I confess." he says, I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the presse Than where I loath'd so much. A man is never wholly unhappy when he is writing verses. Herrick was firmly convinced...
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Poems of Robert Herrick: A Selection from Hesperides and Noble Numbers

Robert Herrick - 1900 - 227 páginas
...DISCONTENTS IN DEVON MORE discontents I never had Since I was born than here, Where I have been and still am sad, In this dull Devonshire. Yet, justly too, I must confess I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the press, Than where I loathed so much. 25 HER...
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Poems of Robert Herrick: A Selection from Hesperides and Noble Numbers

Robert Herrick - 1900 - 227 páginas
...attested by many of his poems. This solitude was not without its compensation. " I confess," he says, I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the presse Than where I loath'd so much. A man is never wholly unhappy when he is writing verses. Herrick was firmly convinced...
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Ponkapog Papers

Thomas Bailey Aldrich - 1903 - 195 páginas
...attested by many of his poems. This solitude was not without its compensation. " I confess," he says, I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the presse Than where I loath'd so much. A man is never wholly unhappy when he is writing verses. Herrick was firmly convinced...
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A History of English Poetry, Volumen3

William John Courthope - 1903
...his best poetry : — More discontent I never had Since I was born than here, Where I have been, and still am, sad In this dull Devonshire. Yet justly, too, I must confess, I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the Press Than where I loathed so much. We may...
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Ponkapog Papers: A Sea Turn, and Other Matters

Thomas Bailey Aldrich - 1903 - 315 páginas
...attested by many of his poems. This solitude was not without its compensation. " I confess," he says, I ne'er invented such Ennobled numbers for the presse Than where I loath'd so much. A man is never wholly unhappy when he is writing verses. Herrick was firmly convinced...
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Temple Bar, Volumen1

1861
...west-country vicarage : " More discontents I never had, Since I was born, than here ; Where I have been, and still am sad, In this dull Devonshire. Yet, justly too, I must confessc, I ne'r invented such Ennobled numbers for the presso, Than where I loath'd so much." It seems...
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