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" I've gott my wife, I take her home, My howre of wedlocke hayl. Lead forth, O clarke, the chaunting quire, To swell our nuptial song: Come, preaste, and reade the blessing soone; For bed, for bed we long. "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 137
1796
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 7

1796
...toads from lonely mnores, The chaume doth meet the eere." " Go, bear her coife when midnight's pan, With fong, and tear, and wayle ; I've gott my wife, I take her home, My howre of vyedlocke hayl. The dead, the dead, can ryde apace; Oure wed-bed here is fit ; Oure race is -idde,...
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The British poetical miscellany

British poetical miscellany - 1805
...todes from lonely moores, The chaunte doth meet the eere." " Go, bear her corfe when midnight's paft, With fong, and tear, and wayle ; I've gott my wife, I take her home, My hour of wedlocke hayl. Lead forth, O clarke, the chaunting quire, To fwell our nuptial fong: Come,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1800
...todes from lonely moores. The chaunte doth meet the cere." " Go, bear ber corfe when midnight's paft, With fong, and tear, and wayle ; I've gott my wife, I take her home, • My howre of wedlocke bayl. Lead forth, O clarke, the chaunting quire, . To fwell our nuptial fong : Come, pricfte, and reade...
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Annual Register, Volume 38

Edmund Burke - 1800
...the eere." " Go, bearrf»er corfe when midnight's paft, With fong, and tear, and wayle ; I've got« my wife, I take her home. My howre of wedlocke hayl. Lead forth, O clarke, the chaun ting quire, To fwell oar nuptial fong : Come, priefte, and reade the bleffing fbone ; For bed,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 38

Edmund Burke - 1800
...from lonely moores, The chaunte doth meet the eere." " Go, bear her corfe when midnight's paft. VI ith fong, and tear, and wayle ; I've gott my wife, I take her home, My howre of wedlocks hayl. Lead forth, O clarke, the chaunting quire, To fwell our nuptial fong : Come, prie fie,...
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Tales of Wonder

Matthew Gregory Lewis - 1801 - 482 pages
...lonely moores, " The chaunt doth meet the cere." — — " Go, bear her corfe when midnight's paft, '* With fong, and tear, and wayle ; " I've gott my wife,...howre of wedlocke hayl. " Lead forth, O clarke, the chaunting quire, " To fwell our nuptial fong ; " Come, preafte, and read the blefling foonc, " For...
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Tales of Wonder: Written and Collected by M.G. Lewis ... In Two Volumes

Matthew Gregory Lewis - 1801 - 220 pages
...moores, " The chaunt doth meet the eere." — — " Go, bear her corse when midnight's past, " With song, and tear, and wayle ; " I've gott my wife, I take...home, " My howre of wedlocke hayl. " Lead forth, O clarkej the chaunting quire, " To swell our nuptial song ; " Come, preaste, and read the blessing soone,...
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Tales of Wonder;, Volume 2

Matthew Gregory Lewis - 1801
...moores, " The chaunt doth meet the eere." — — " Go, bear her corse when midnight's past, " With song, and tear, and wayle; " I've gott my wife, I take her...home, " My howre of wedlocke hayl. *' Lead forth, 0 clarke, the chaunting quire, " To swell our nuptial song; " Come, preaste, and read the blessing...
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Tales of Wonder;

Matthew Gregory Lewis - 1801
...eere."— — " Go, bear her corfe when midnight's paft, " With fong, and tear, and wayle ; " I've gqtt my wife, I take her home, " My howre of wedlocke hayl. " , ' •* «« Lead forth, Q clarke, the chaunting quire, " To fwell our nuptial fong ; " Come, preafte, and read the bleffing...
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Annual Register, Volume 38

1807
...lonely moores, The chaunte doth meet the eerc." " Go, bear her corse when midnight's past, With song, and tear, and wayle ; I've gott my wife, I take her home, My howre of wedlocke hayl. Lead forth, O clarkc, the chaunting quire, To swell our nuptial song : Come, prieste, ai:d readethe blessing soone;...
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