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" With gipsy-state engross'd the only chair ; Solemn and dull her look : with such she stands And reads the milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the lines of life ; assum'd through years, Each feature now the steady falsehood wears; With hard and savage... "
Tales - 181. oldal
szerző: George Crabbe - 1812 - 398 oldal
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The Eclectic Review, 8. kötet;16. kötet,2. rész

William Hendry Stowell - 1812
...Gipsy-state engro»s'd the only chair ; Solemn and dull her look ; with such she stands, Ar<d K-. di the milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the...brood : Last in the group, the worn-out Grandsire sit* NegleUed, lost, and living but by fits; Uscle s, despi&'d, his worthless labours done, And half...

Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of ..., 41. kötet

1813
...his tardy aid — her mother there, With Gipsy-state cngross'd the only chair ; Solemn and dull her look ; with such she stands, And reads the milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the Vines of life ; assum'd through years, Each feature now the. steady falsehood wears ; With hard and...

The works of ... George Crabbe

George Crabbe - 1820
...his tardy aid — her Mother there With Gipsy-state engross'd the only chair ; Solemn and dull her look ; with such she stands, And reads the Milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the lines of life; assumed through years, Each feature now the steady falsehood wears ; With hard and savage eye she views...

Briefe an eine deutsche Edelfrau: über die neusten englischen Dichter

Friedrich Johann Jacobsen - 1820 - 741 oldal
...cliair ; Solemn and dull her look; with such the stands. And reads the Milk-maid's fortune in her hand*. Tracing the lines of life ; assum'd through years. Each feature now the steady falsehood wears ; 7f ith hard and savage eye she views the food, And gridging pinches their intruding br<x'd: Last...

The Works of the Rev. George Crabbe, 3. kötet

George Crabbe - 1823
...Cursing his tardy aid—her mother there With gipsy-state engross'd the only chair; Solemn and dull her look; with such she stands, And reads the milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the lines of life; assumed through years, Each feature now the steady falsehood wears; With hard and savage eye she views...

Spirit of the English Magazines

1828
...hi* tardy aid — hir mother thera With gipsy-state engross'd the only chair ; Solemn and dull her look ; with such she stands, And reads the milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the lines of life ; assumed through years, Each feature now the steady falsehood wears ; With hard and savage eye she...

The Poetical Works of George Crabbe: With Life

George Crabbe - 1899 - 496 oldal
...his tardy aid — her Mother there With gipsy-state engross'd the only chair ; Solemn and dull her look ; with such she stands, And reads the milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the lines of life ; assumed through years, Each feature now the steady falsehood wears ; With hard and savage eye she...

Beauties of ... George Crabbe, with a biographical sketch

George Crabbe - 1832
...Cursing his tardy aid — her mother there With gipsy-state engross'd the only chair. Solemn and dull her look — with such she stands, And reads the milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the lines of life — assumed thro' years Each feature now the steady falsehood wears. With hard and savage eye she views...

Remarks on Forest Scenery and Other Woodland Views

William Gilpin - 1834 - 344 oldal
...such she stands, And reads the milkmaid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the lines of life ; assumed through years, Each feature now the steady falsehood...pinches their intruding brood. Last in the group, the worn out grandsire sits Neglected, lost, and living but by fit* ; Useless, despised, his worthless...

Tales, continued. Flirtation, a dialogue. Occasional pieces

George Crabbe - 1834
...his tardy aid — her Mother there With gipsy-state engross'd the only chair ; Solemn and dull her look ; with such she stands, And reads the milk-maid's fortune in her hands, Tracing the lines of life ; assumed through years, Each feature now the steady falsehood wears : With hard and savage eye she...




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