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The time was once, when thou, unurg'd, wouldst That never w ords were musick
to thine ear, [vow That never object pleasing in thine eye, That never touch well-w
elcome to thy hand, That never meat sweet-favour 'd in thy taste, [thee. Unless I ...
O ! never will I trust to speeches penn'd, Nor to the motion of a school-bo^ 's
tongue ; Nor never come in vizor to my friend ; Nor woo in rhime, like a blind
harper's song : Tassata phrases, silken terms precise, Three-pil'd 1 hyperboles,
N o, on the barren mountains let him starve ; For 1 shall never hold that man my
friend, Whose tongue shall ask me for one penny cost To ransom home revolted
Mortimer. Hot. Revolted Mortimer ! 1 le never did fall off, my sovereign liege, But ...
The meaning is, the Dauphin's valour has never been let loose upon an enemy;
yet when he makes his first essay, we shall fee how he will flutter. 1 Alluding to
she practice of 'capping verses. J Peevish, in ancicut language, signified— foolifli
Forsooth, a great arithmetician, One Michael Calflo, a Florentine, A fellow almost
damn'd in a fair wise 3 j That never set a squadron in the field, Nor the division of
a battle knows More than a spinster ; unless the bookish theories Wherein the ...
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