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" And lo ! an yren-grated gate Soon biggens to their viewe ; He crackte his whype, the clangynge boltes, The doores asunder flewe. They pass, and 'twas on graves they trode ; — " Tis hither we are bounde ;" — And many a tombstone gostlie white, Lay... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 137
1796
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent British ..., Volume 3

New elegant extracts - 1823
...fear to ride with me? ' I weene the cock prepares to crowe ; The sand will soon be runne : I snuff the earlye morning aire ; Downe, downe ! our work is done. ' The dead, the dead can ryde apace; Oure wed-bed here is fit: Our race is ridde, oure journey ore, Our endless union knit.' And lo ! an yren-grated...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection from the Most Eminent ..., Volume 3

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1823
...to ride with me ? ' I weene the cock prepares to crowe ; The sand will soon be runne : I snuff the earlye morning aire ; Downe, downe ! our work is done. ' The dead, the dead can ryde apace ; Oure wed-bed here is fit: Our race is ridde, cure journey ore, Our endless union knit.' And lo! an yren-grated...
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The bachelor's wife, a selection of curious and interesting extracts

John Galt - 1824
...to ride with mee ? ' I weene the cock prepares to crowe : The sand will soon be runne ; I snuffe the earlye morning aire : Downe, downe ! our work is done. ' The dead, the dead can ride apace ! Our wed-bed here is fit ; Oure race is ridde, our journey ore, Our endlesse union knitt.'...
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The Bachelor's Wife: A Selection of Curious and Interesting Extracts, with ...

John Galt - 1824 - 444 pages
...to ride with mee ? ' I weene the cock prepares to crowe : The sand will soon be runne ; I snuffe the earlye morning aire : Downe, downe! our work is done. ' The dead, the dead can ride apace! Our wed-bed here is fit; Oure race is ridde, our journey ore, Our endlesse union knitt.'...
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The Pictorial Balladist: A Collection of Ballads, of Various Ages ..., Volume 1

Joseph S. Moore - 1846
...fear to ride with me ? I weene the cock prepares to crowe, The sand will soone be runne; I snuff the earlye morning aire, Downe, downe ! our work is done....is fit ; Our race is ridde, oure journey ore, Our endless union knit." — And lo ! an yren-grated gate Soon biggens to their viewe ; He crackte his...
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The Pictorial Book of Ancient Ballad Poetry of Great Britain: Historical ...

Joseph S. Moore - 1853 - 871 pages
...fear to ride with me ? I weene the cock prepares to crowe, The sand will soone be runne; I snuff the earlye morning aire, Downe, downe ! our work is done....is fit ; Our race is ridde, oure journey ore, Our endless union knit." — And lo ! an yren-grated gate Soon biggens to their viewe ; He crackte his...
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Western Reserve Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1

Western Reserve University - 1915
...fear to ride with mee? "I weene the cock prepares to crowe ; The sand will soon be runne: I snuff the earlye morning aire ; Downe, downe! our work is done. "The dead, the dead can ryde apace ; Oure wed-bed here is fit : Our race is ridde, our journey ore, Our endlesse union knit." And lo ! an yren-grated...
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The Earliest English Translations of Bürger's Lenore: A Study in ..., Volume 1

Oliver Farrar Emerson - 1915 - 120 pages
...fear to ride with mee? "I weene the cock prepares to crowe ; The sand will soon be runne : I snuff the earlye morning aire ; Downe, downe! our work is done. "The dead, the dead can ryde apace ; Oure wed-bed here is fit : Our race is ridde, our journey ore, Our endlesse union knit." And lo ! an yren-grated...
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The British poetical miscellany

British poetical miscellany - 1800
...to ride with mee r I weene the cock prepares to crowe ; The fand will foone be runne : I fnuffe the earlye morning aire ; Downe, downe ! our work is done. The dead, the dead can ryde apace ; Oure wed-bed here is fit : Oure race is ridde, our journey ore, • Oure endlefle union kmt." And lo ! an...
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