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" At length spoke the bride, while she trembled; "I pray, Sir Knight, that your helmet aside you would lay, And deign to partake of our cheer. "
The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ... - Page 373
1796
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The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of ..., Volume 1

Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott - English literature - 1798
...bofoins appear'd to difmay; The guefts fat in filence and fear ; At length fpoke the Bride, while fhe trembled-" I pray,. Sir Knight, that your helmet afide...would lay, And deign to partake of our cheer!." The His vizor he flowly unclos'd:— Oh, God ! what a fight met fair Imogine's eyes! What words can exprefs...
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The British poetical miscellany

British poetical miscellany - 1805
...bofoms appear'd to difmay; The guefts fat in filence and fear : , At length fpoke the Bride, while fhe trembled — " I pray, Sir Knight, that your helmet...to partake of our cheer !" The lady is filent ; the ftranger complies ; His vizor he ftowly unclos'd; — Oh! then what a fight met Fair Imogine's eyes!...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...appear'd to difmay ; The guefts fat -in filence and fear; At length fpoke the bride, while Ihe trembl'd, " I pray, Sir Knight, that your helmet afide you would...to partake of our cheer!" The lady is filent : the ftranger complies ; His vizor he flowly unclos'd. — Oh, God, what a fight met fair Imogine's eyes...
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Tales of Wonder, Volume 1

Matthew Gregory Lewis - Ballads, English - 1801
...The guefts fat in filence and fear : At length fpoke the bride, while fhe trembled : — " I pniyj 41 Sir Knight, that your helmet afide you would lay,...to partake of our cheer." The lady is filent : the ftranger complies, His vizor he flowly unclofed : Oh ! then what a fight met Fair Imogine's eyes !...
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Tales of Wonder

Matthew Gregory Lewis - Ballads, English - 1801 - 482 pages
...difmay ; The guefts fat in filence and fear : At length fpoke the bride, while fhe trembled : — " I *< Sir Knight, that your helmet afide you would lay, " And deign to partake of GUI' cheer." The lady is filent : the ftranger complies, His vizor he flowly unclofed : Oh ! then what...
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Tales of Wonder;, Volume 1

Matthew Gregory Lewis - Ballads, English - 1801
...At length spoke the bride, while she trembled : — " I pray, " Sir Knight, that your helmet aside you would lay, " And deign to partake of our cheer." • The lady is silent: the stranger complies, His, vizor he slowly unclosed : Oh ! then what a sight met Fair Imogine's...
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The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of ..., Volume 1

Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott - English literature - 1802
...length fpoke<he Bride, while (be trembled—" I pray, Sir Knight, that your helmet afide you would Jay, And deign to partake of our cheer!" The lady is filent; the ft anger complies] His vifor he flowly unclos'd :— Oh, God ! what a fight met Fair Imogine's eyes...
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Annual Register, Volume 39

History - 1807
...appear'd to difmay ; The guefts fat in filence anci fear; At length fpokc the bride, while file trembPd, " I pray, Sir Knight, that your helmet afide you would...to partake of our cheer !" The lady is filent : the ftranger complies ; His vizor he (lowly unclos'd.— Oh, God, what a fight met fair Imogine's eyes...
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Poetical selections, consisting of the most approved pieces of our best ...

Poetical selections - 1811
...length spake the Bride, while she trembled, I " pray, " Sir Knight, that yonrhelmpt asid.e yon would lay, " And deign to partake of our cheer!" The lady is silent; the stranger complies ; His vizor he slowly unclos'd; — Oh, God ! what a sight met Fair Inn...
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Elegant extracts in poetry, Volume 2

Elegant extracts - 1816
...At length spoke the bride, while she trembled — • I pray, Sir knight, that your helmet aside you would lay, And deign to partake of our cheer." The lady is silent — the stranger complies, And his vizor he slowly unclos'd. Oh gods! what a sight met fair...
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