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" ... for twenty years, might be supposed to have left some unrecorded memorials of his existence behind him. We found many persons in the village who could repeat some of his lines, and none who were not acquainted with his  "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 540
1810
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 4

1811
...of that parish (where he is still talked of as a poet, a wit, and a hater of the county,) for twenty years, might be supposed to have left some unrecorded...crossed the brook, upon being ejected by Cromwell from the vicarage, to which he hau been presented by Charles I. ' But,' they added, with an air of...
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Hesperides, or, The works both humane and divine of Robert Herrick ..., Volume 1

Robert Herrick - 1846
...memorials of his exiftence behind him. " We found many perfons in the village who could repeat fome of his lines, and none who were not acquainted with his ' Farewell to Dean Bourn,' which they faid he uttered as he crofled the brook, upon being ejefted by Cromwell from the vicarage...
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Hesperides: Or, The Works Both Humane and Divine of Robert Herrick, Volume 1

Robert Herrick - 1846 - 613 pages
...memorials of his exiftence behind him. " We found many perfons in the village who could repeat fome of his lines, and none who were not acquainted with his ' Farewell to Dean Bourn,' which they faid he uttered as he croded the brook, upon being ejected by Cromwell from the vicarage...
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The British Poets, Volume 1

1866
...that parish (where he is still talked of as a poet, a wit, and a hater of the country,) for twenty years, might be supposed to have left some unrecorded...not acquainted with his ' Farewell to Dean Bourn,' which they said he uttered as he crossed the brook, upon being ejected by Cromwell from the vicarage...
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Hesperides: The Poems and Other Remains of Robert Herrick Now ..., Volume 1

Robert Herrick - English poetry - 1869 - 4 pages
...that parish (where he is still talked of as a poet, a wit, and a hater of the country,) for twenty years, might be supposed to have left some unrecorded...not acquainted with his ' Farewell to Dean Bourn,' which they said he uttered as he crossed the brook, upon being ejected by Cromwell from the vicarage...
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Hesperides, the poems and other remains of R. Herrick, ed. by W.C ..., Volume 1

William Carew Hazlitt - 1869
...that parish (where he is still talked of as a poet, a wit, and a hater of the country,) for twenty years, might be supposed to have left some unrecorded...not acquainted with his ' Farewell to Dean Bourn,' which they said he uttered as he crossed the brook, upon being ejected by Cromwell from the vicarage...
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The Hesperides & Noble Numbers, Volume 1

Robert Herrick - English poetry - 1891
...Reereations, 165o. The only variant is "To tell me" for "To signifie " in the third line. 86. To Dean Bourn. "We found many persons in the village who could repeat...not acquainted with his ' Farewell to Dean Bourn,' which they said he uttered as he crossed the brook upon being ejected by Cromwell from the vicarage,...
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An Exploration of Dartmoor and Its Antiquities: With Some Accounts of Its ...

John Lloyd Warden Page - Dartmoor (England) - 1892 - 316 pages
...consider evil times. In 1647 he was driven from his cure, yet treats the event philosophically, thus : ' Dean Bourn, farewell ; I never look to see Dean or thy warty incivility ; Thy rocky bottom, that doth tear thy streams And makes them frantic, even to all extremes, To my...
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The Hesperides & Noble Numbers, Volume 1

Robert Herrick - 1898 - 420 pages
...Recreations, 1654. The only variant is "To tell me" for "To signifie " in the third line. 86. To Dean Bourn. " We found many persons in the village who could repeat...not acquainted with his ' Farewell to Dean Bourn,' which they said he uttered as he crossed the brook upon being ejected by Cromwell from the vicarage,...
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Robert Herrick; a biographical & critical study

Frederic William Moorman - 1910 - 343 pages
...of that parish (where he is still talked of as a poet, a wit, and a hater of the county) for twenty years, might be supposed to have left some unrecorded...not acquainted with his ' Farewell to Dean Bourn,' which, they said, he uttered as he crossed the brook, upon being ejected by Cromwell from the vicarage...
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