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The Knights: Tales Illustrative of the Marvellous, Volumen3
Robert Charles Dallas
Vista completa - 1808
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Página iii - Tiger: But in a sieve I'll thither sail, And, like a rat without a tail, I'll do, I'll do, and I'll do.
Página 153 - noint, and then I'll mount. Now I'm furnish'd, now I'm furnish'd for my flight. Now I go ; now, now I fly, — Malkin, my sweet spirit, and I. Oh ! what a dainty pleasure is this, To sail in the air, When the moon shines fair, To sing, to dance, to toy, and kiss ! Over woods, high rocks, and mountains, Over hills and misty fountains...
Página 241 - I'd rather hear a brazen candlestick turn'd, or a dry-wheel grate on the axle-tree, and that would nothing set my teeth on edge nothing so much as mincing Poetry.
Página 254 - It is built in the form of an amphitheatre, on the fide of a hill, near the river Kokel« 47 miles N of Hermanftadtl Lon.