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" Blade run away from its Hilt. The Weapons were frighted, but as for the Men, In Truth they ne'er minded, but at it again. "
Portraits, Memoirs, and Characters, of Remarkable Persons, from the ... - Page 71
by James Caulfield - 1819
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A collection of poems, by several hands [ed. by R. Dodsley].

Collection - 1758
...ftruck the firft ftroke, and with fuch a vaft fury, That he broke his huge weapon in twain, I allure you ; And if his brave rival this blow had not warded, His head from his moulders had been quite difcarded. Figg arm'd him again, and they took t'other tilt, And ihen Sutton's...
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A Collection of Poems ...

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1758
...ftruck the firft ftroke, and with fuch a vaft fury, That he broke his huge weapon in twain, I aflure you ; And if his brave rival this blow had not warded, His head from his fhoulders had been quite .difcarded. Figg arm'd him again, and they took t'other tilt, And then Button's...
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A collection of poems, by several hands [ed. by R. Dodsley]. [2 other copies ...

Collection - 1765
...the firft ftroke, and with fuch a vaft fury, That he broke his huge weapon in twain, I aflure you v And if his brave rival this blow had not warded, His head from his moulders had quite been difcarded. • F-gg Figg arm'd him again, and they took tf other tilt, And...
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A collection of poems, by several hands [ed. by R. Dodsley]. [2 other copies ...

Collection - 1766
...ftruck the firft flroke, and with fuch a vaft fury, That he broke his huge weapon in twain, I affure you ; And if his brave rival this blow had not warded, His head from his moulders had quite been difcarded. Figg arm'd him again, and they took t' other tilt, And then Button's...
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Miscellaneous Poems, Volume 1

John Byrom - English poetry - 1773 - 353 pages
...ftruck the firft Stroke, and with fuch a vaft Fury, That he broke his huge Weapon in Twain, I afiure you ; And, if his brave Rival this Blow had not warded, His Head from his Shoulders had quite been difcarded ; Figg arm'd him again, and they took t'other Tilt, And then Sulton's Blade run...
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Miscellaneous Poems, Volume 2

John Byrom - English poetry - 1773 - 353 pages
...the firft Stroke, and with fuch a vaft Fury, That he broke his huge Weapon in Twain, I aflure you j And, if his brave Rival this Blow had not warded, His Head from his Shoulders had quite been difcarded ; Figg arm'd him again, and they took t'other Tilt, And then Suttan's Blade run...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, Volume 6

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1782
...ftruck the firft ftroke, and with filch a vaft fury, That ha broke his huge weapon in twain, I afl'ure you ; And if his brave rival this blow had not warded, His head from his flioulders had quite been difcarded. Figg arm'd him again, and they took t' other tilt, And then Sutton's...
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Anecdotes of the manners and customs of London during the eighteenth century ...

James Peller Malcolm - Costume - 1810
...Were peeping there through to do justice between them, Figg stnick the first stroke, and with such a vast fury, That he broke his huge weapon in twain...blow had not warded, His head from his shoulders had quite been discarded. Figg arm'd him again, and they took t'other tilt, And then Sutton's blade run...
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Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London During the ..., Volume 2

James Peller Malcolm - Architecture - 1810
...peeping there through to do justice between them. Figg Fjgg struck the first stroke, and with such 9. vast fury, That he broke his huge weapon in twain...blow had not warded, His head from his shoulders had quite been discarded. Figg arm'd him again, and they took t' other tilt, And then Sutton's blade run...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 15

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810 - 612 pages
...the first stroke, and with sm:ha vabt fury, [you; That he broke his huge weapon in twain, I assure And if his brave rival this blow had not warded, His head from his shoulders had quite been discarded; Fisj arm'd him again, and they took t'other tilt, And then Sutton's blade run...
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