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" All wet-shod both in dirt and mire; After much grief their hearts yet leap, For labour doth some rest require. A town before them they did see, But lodged there they could not be. "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 196
1807
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A Collection of Old Ballads ...

Ambrose Philips - 1725
...and Sorrow was not fmall. When this unhappy Chance did fall. Sometimes the Dutchefs bore the Child, As wet as ever (he could be, And when the Lady kind...Fortunes feem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary Step, All wet-fhod both in Dirt and Mire, After much Grief, their Hearts yet leap ; For Labour doth...
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A Collection of Old Ballads: Corrected from the Best and Most ..., Volume 3

Ambrose Philips - 1725
...fmall. When this unhappy Chance did fall. Sometimes the Dutchefs bore the Child, As wet as ever me could be, And when the Lady kind and mild Was weary,...Fortunes feem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary Step, All wet-mod both in Dirt and Mire, After much Grief, their Hearts yet leap ; For Labour doth...
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Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative,: With Some of Modern Date ..., Volume 2

Thomas Evans - 1784 - 335 pages
...fmall, When this unhappy chance did fall. Sometimes the dutchefs bore the child, As wet as ever fhe could be, And when the lady kind and mild Was weary,...feem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary ftep, All wet-fhod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief, their hearts yet leap ; For labour doth fome...
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Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books, Volume 2

William Beloe - 1807
...small, When this unhappy chance did fall. xrv. Sometimes the Dutchess bore tke child, As wet as ever she could be, And when the lady kind and mild Was weary, then the child bore he; And thu^ they one another eas'd, And with their fortunes seem'd well pleas'd. XV. And after many a weary...
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Anecdotes of literature and scarce books, Volume 2

William Beloe - 1807
...small, When this unhappy chance did fall. Sometimes the Dutchess bore the child, As wet as ever she could be, And when the lady kind and mild . Was weary, then the child bore he; And thiiii they one another eas'd, And. with their fortunes seem'd well pleas'd. XV. And after many a weary...
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The Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England: Or, An Historical and ...

Thomas Christopher Banks - 1808
...were not fmal), When this unhappy chance did fall. Sometimes the Dutchefs bore the child, As wet at ever {he could be. And when the Lady kind and mild...eas'd, And with their fortunes feem'd well pleas'd. And And after many a weary ftep, All wet-Qiod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief their hearts yet...
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Old Ballads: Historical and Narrative, with Some of Modern Date, Volume 3

Thomas Evans - 1810 - 384 pages
...small, When this unhappy chance did fall, Sometimes the dutchess bore the child, AS wet as ever she could be, And when the lady kind and mild Was weary,...thus they one another eas'd, And with their fortunes seem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary step, All wet-shod both in dirt and mire 5 After much grief,...
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Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books, Volume 2

William Beloe - 1814
...did fall. XIV. Sometimes the Dutchess bore the child, As wet as ever she could be, And when the Indy kind and mild Was weary, then the child bore he ;...thus they one another eas'd, And with their fortunes seem'd well pleas'd. xV. And after many a weary step, All wet-shod both in dirt and mire ; After much...
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The Suffolk Garland: Or, a Collection of Poems, Songs, Tales, Ballads ...

James Ford - 1818 - 404 pages
...Their grief and sorrow was not small, 151 Sometimes the dutchess bore the child, As wet as ever she could be, And when the lady kind and mild Was weary,...thus they one another eas'd, And with their fortunes seem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary step, All wet-shod both in dirt and mire; After much grief,...
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The outcasts, tr. from the Germ. (of the baroness de la Motte Fouqué) by G ...

Karoline Auguste freiin de La Motte-Fouqué - 1824
...were not small When this unhappy chance did fall. Sometimes the Duchess bore the child As wet as she could be, And when the lady, kind and mild, Was weary,...thus they one another eas'd, And with their fortunes scem'd well pleas'd. And after many a weary step, All wet-shod both in dirt and mire ; After much grief...
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