I feel ye now - I feel ye in your strength - O spells more sure than e'er
Judæan king Taught in the gardens of Gethsemane!
As the Habitation of Augustus was within twelve miles of Town, it was not long e'er
we arrived there, and no sooner had we entered Holboun than letting down one of the Front Glasses I enquired of every decent-looking Person that we passed "If they had seen my Edward?"
"By my life!" quoth Robin Hood, laughing, "saw ye e'er such a pretty, mincing fellow?"
By the bright bow of Heaven, I will have their ill-gotten gains from them, even though I hang for it as high as e'er a forest tree in Sherwood!"
here thou art, as tight a fellow as e'er I set mine eyes upon.
The world is deep:--and deeper than e'er
the day could read.
many a prince has been known To barter his robes for our cowl and our gown, But which of us e'er
felt the idle desire To exchange for a crown the grey hood of a Friar!
The frequent stone is hurled where e'er
they go ; When badgers fight, then every one's a foe .
I'm so loved by the lasses, None my basket e'er
passes; They're tittering with pleasure, As I'm taking their measure; And when the wig's tied With a sweet vacant stare, They cry, charming wigman!
Poor Meg!--Look jenny, was the like e'er
seen, How bleer'd and red with greeting look her Een!
Our smokestack's perfection, and after reflection, although our machines may cost more, You'll find they are stronger, and last you much longer than any e'er
Oh mother, do not pray your bud should e'er
become a rose,