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" Some say that they are beeches, others elms — These were the bower; and here a mansion stood, The finest palace of a hundred realms! "
The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism and Belles ... - Page 228
1830
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The Earlier Poems of William Wordsworth: Corrected as in the Latest Editions ...

William Wordsworth - 1857 - 435 pages
...own condition tell ; You see the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; But as to the great Lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for. a forgotten dream. There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep, Will wet his lips within that cup of stone ; And oftentimes,...
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the poetical works of william wordsworth

WILLIAM WORDSWOTH - 1858
...own condition tell ; You see the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; But as to the great lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. " There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep, Will wet his lips within that cup of stone ; And...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth ...

William Wordsworth - English poetry - 1858 - 496 pages
...own condition tell ; You see the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; But as to the great lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. " There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep. Will wet his lips within that cup of stone ; And...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth: With a Life of the Author

William Wordsworth - English poetry - 1864 - 532 pages
...own condition tell ; You see the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; But as to the great lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep, Will wet his lips within that cup of stone; And oftentimes,...
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A Selection from the Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - English poetry - 1865 - 279 pages
...own condition tell ; You see the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; But as to the great Lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep, Will wet his lips within that cup of stone ; And oftentimes,...
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The British Poets, Volume 2

1865
...own condition tell ; You see the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; But as to the great Lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. "There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep, Will wet his lips within that cup of stone ; And...
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A Selection from the Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - English poetry - 1865 - 279 pages
...own condition tell ; You see the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; But as to the great Lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep, Will wet his lips within that cup of stone ; And oftentimes,...
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Poems, selected and ed. by R.A. Willmott. Illustr

William [poetical works Wordsworth (selections]) - 1866
...own condition tell ; Yi.u sve the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; Hut as to the great Lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. " There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep, Will wet his lips within that cup of stene ; And...
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Moxon's standard penny readings [ed. by T. Hood]., Volume 3

Moxon Edward and co
...own condition tell ; You see the stones, the fountain, and the stream ; But as to the great Lodge ! you might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. There's neither dog nor heifer, horse nor sheep, Will wet his lips within that cup of stone ; And oftentimes,...
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On the Principles of Grammar

Edward Thring - English language - 1868 - 368 pages
...Sentence. What this place might be I then inquired. p. 146. Conditional Sentence. First Clause wanting. You might as well Hunt half a day for a forgotten dream. p. 147. Relative Sentence. We cannot tell What cause the Hart might have to love this place. p. 147....
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