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" This sunny morning, Roger, cheers my blood, And puts all nature in a jovial mood. How heartsome is't to see the rising plants, — To hear the birds chirm o'er their pleasing rants! How halesome is't to snuff the cawler air. "
The gentle shepherd. To which is prefixed a mem. of the author - Page iii
by Allan Ramsay - 1808
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 25

English drama - 1797
...thefauld. THIS sunny morning, Roger, cheers my blood, And puts a' nature in a jovial mood. How hartsome is.'t to see the rising plants, To hear the birds chirm o'er their pleasing rants ! How halesome is 't to snuff the cawler air, And a' the sweets it bears, when void of care ! What ails thee, Roger,...
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Bell's British Theatre: The old batchelor, by E. Congreve. ... Barbarossa ...

English drama - 1797
...fauld. THIS sunny morning, Roger, cheers my blood. And puts a' nature in a jovial mood. How hartsome is't to see the rising plants, To hear the birds chirm o'er their pleasing rants ! How halesome is 't to snuff the cawler air, And a' the sweets it bears, when void of care ! What ails thee, Roger,...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volume 12

1801
...Tiiis sunny morning, Robert, cheers my blood. And puts a nature in ajovial mood. How heartsome is'x. to see the rising plants, To hear the birds chirm o'er their pleasing rants!" Roger's answer is tainted with philosophy — " Sae might I say, but its no easy done By ane whose...
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The gentle shepherd. With illustrations of the scenary [sic], an appendix ...

Allan Ramsay - 1808
...wale of sense, At wawking of thejautd. Pat. THIS sunny morning, Roger, cheers my blood, And puts all nature in a jovial mood. How heartsome is't to see...rants ! How halesome is't to. snuff the cauler air, And all the sweets it bears, when void of care ! What ails thee, Roger, then ? what gars thee grane...
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Beauties of Allan Ramsay: Being a Selection of the Most Admired Pieces of ...

Allan Ramsay - 1815 - 166 pages
...This sunny morning, Roger, cheers my blood, And puts a' nature in a jovial mood. How hartsome is 't to see the rising plants, To hear the birds chirm o'er their pleasing rants ! How halesomv \ 't to snuff the cauler air, And a' the sweets it bears, when void of care ! What ails...
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History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, Instituted ..., Volume 4

Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland) - Berwickshire (Scotland) - 1857
...spirits, and conduce to health and enjoyment. " This sunny morning, Koger, cheers my blood, And puts all nature in a jovial mood — How heartsome is't to see the rising plants ! To hear the birds chirp o'er their pleasant rants ! How wholsome is't to snuff the caller air, The papers read have,...
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The works of Allen Ramsay. With life of the author by G. Chalmers ..., Volume 2

Allan Ramsay - 1851
...the wale o' sense, At wauking of the fauld. This sunny morning, Roger, cheers my blood, And puts all nature in a jovial mood. How heartsome is't to see...their pleasing rants! How halesome is't to snuff the cawler air, And all the sweets it bears, when void of care! What ails thee, Roger, then ? what gars...
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GENTLE SHEPHERD.

ALLAN RAMSAY - 1852
...sangs are tauld, With innocence, the wale of sense, At wawking ofthefauld. PATIE. How lieartsome 'tis to see the rising plants ! To hear the birds chirm o'er their pleasing rants ! How halesome 'tis to snuff the cauler air, And all the sweets it bears, when void of care ! What ails thee, Roger,...
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Scotia's Bards

English poetry - 1854 - 563 pages
...This sunny morning, Roger, cheers my blood, And puts all nature in a jovial mood. How heartsome it's to see the rising plants! To hear the birds chirm o'er their pleasing rants ! How halesome it's to snuff the cauler air, And a' the sweets it bears, when void o' care! What ails ye, Roger, then?...
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Scotia's bards

English poetry - 1854 - 563 pages
...This sunny morning, Roger, cheers my blood, And puts all nature in a jovial mood. How heartsome it's to see the rising plants! To hear the birds chirm o'er their pleasing rant si How halesome it's to snuff the cauler air, And a' the sweets it bears, when void o' care! What...
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