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" By whose tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands. Crown'd with the eares of corne, now come, And, to the Pipe, sing Harvest home. "
Observations on Popular Antiquities: Chiefly Illustrating the Origin of Our ... - Page 14
by John Brand - 1841 - 299 pages
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Select Poems from the Hesperides: Or, Works Both Human and Divine

Robert Herrick - English poetry - 1810 - 253 pages
...tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands : Crown'd with the ears of corn, now come, .And to the pipe sing harvest home. Come...cart Drest up with all the country art : See here a malkin ; there a sheet As spotless, pure, as it is sweet ; The horses, mares, and frisking fillies,...
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Select Poems from the Hesperides: Or, Works Both Human and Divine

Robert Herrick - English poetry - 1810 - 253 pages
.... COME, sons of summer ; by whose toil We are the lords of wine, and oi! ; By whose tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands : Crown'd with the ears of corn, now eome, And to the pipe sing harvest home. Come forth, my lord, and see the cart Drest...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as ..., Volume 54

...the hock-cart of his own county. " Crown'd with the eares of cornc, now come, And, to the pipe, sin;; harvest home. Come forth, my lord, and see the cart, Drest up with all the country art. See, here a maukin, there a sheet, As spotlesse pure as it is sweet ; The horses, mares, and frisking fillies,...
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Time's Telescope

Almanacs, English - 1822
...wine and oile, By whose tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands, Crowned with the eares of corne, now come, And to the pipe...Harvest home. Come forth, my lord, and see the cart, TJrest. up with all the country art. See here a maukin, there a sheet As spotlesse pure as it is sweet:...
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The works of Robert Herrick [ed. by T. Maitland]. Repr, Volume 1

Robert Herrick - 1823
...WESTMORLAND. COME sons of summer, by whose toile, We are the lords of wine and oile ; By whose tough labours and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands....harvest home. Come forth, my lord, and see the cart Brest up with all the country art. See, here a maukin, there a sheet, As spotlesse pure as it. is sweet;...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent British poets and ...

New elegant extracts - 1823
...liomc. COME, sons of summer; by whose toil We are the lords of wine and oil; By whose tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands: Crown'd with the ears of corn, now come, And to the pipe sing harvest home. Come forth, my lord, and see the cart Dress'd...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection from the Most Eminent ..., Volume 2

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1823
...IJarbtst COME, sons of summer ; by whose toil We are the lords of wine and oil ; By whose tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands : Crown'd with the ears of corn, now come, And to the pipe sing harvest home. Come forth, my lord, and see the cart Dress...
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The poetical works of Robert Herrick, Volume 1

Robert Herrick - 1825
...WESTMORLAND. COME sons of summer, by whose toile, We are the lords of wine and oile ; By whose tough labours and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands....harvest home. Come forth, my lord, and see the cart Brest up with all the country art. See, here a maukin, there a sheet, As spotlesse pure as it is sweet;...
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The Every-day Book: Or Everlasting Calendar of Popular Amusements, Sports ...

William Hone - Calendars - 1827
...HOME. Come soos of summer, by whose toile We arc the Lords of wine and oile ; By whore tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands,...corne, now come, And, to the pipe, sing harvest home. Com« forth, my Lord, and see the cart, Drest up with all the country art. See hère a maukin, there...
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The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of ..., Volume 2

William Hone - Days - 1830
...HOME. Come sons of summer, by whose toile We are the Lords of wine and oile ; By whose tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands, Crown'd with the earcs of corne, now come. And, to the pipe, sing harvest home. Come forth, my Lord, and see the cart,...
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