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" FALSE FRIENDS-LIKE When I wer still a bwoy, an' mother's pride, A bigger bwoy spoke up to me so kind-like, ' If you do like, I'll treat ye wi' a ride In thease wheel-barrow here.' Zoo I wer blind-like To what he had a-worken in his mind-like, An' mounted... "
Hwomely Rhymes: A Second Collection of Poems in the Dorset Dialect - Page 147
by William Barnes - 1859 - 208 pages
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 6

David Masson, Sir George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1862
...lacf. The moderation of the victim's wrath in the following little history is extremely humorous : — FALSE FRIENDS-LIKE When I wer' still a bwoy, an' mother's...bwoy spoke up to me so kind-like, " If you do like, I'll treat ye wi' a ride In theiise wheel-barrow here." Zoo I wer' blind-like , • To what 'e had...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 6

David Masson, Sir George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1862
...The moderation of the victim's wrath in the following little history is extremely humorous : — f FALSE FRIENDS-LIKE When I wer" still a bwoy, an' mother's pride. A bigger bwoy " If vou do like, I'll treat ye wi' a ride In thease wheel-barrow here." Zoo I wer* blind-like To what...
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Macmillan's Magazine; Vol VI, May-Oct 1862

David Masson - 1862
...the following little history is exVroto two words that come out, zix behind, tremely humorous : — FALSE FRIENDS-LIKE When I wer' still a bwoy, an' mother's pride, A bigger bwqy spoke up to me so kind-like, " If you do like, I'll treat ye wi' a ride In thease wheel-barrow...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 6

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1862
...littlo history is extremely humorous : — FALSE FRIENDS-LIKE When I wer' still a bwoy, an' mother's A bigger bwoy spoke up to me so kind-like, " If you do like, I'll treat ye wi' a ride In thease wheel-barrow here.'" Zoo I wer' blind-like To what 'e had a-worken...
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Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect, Volume 2

1863
...evenen-fall, 147 There leafy stems do clim" around The mossy stwonen eaves ; An' there be window-zides a-bound Wi' quiv'ren ivy-leaves. But though the sky is dim...bwoy spoke up to me so kind-like, " If you do like, I'll treat ye wi' a ride In thease wheel-barrow here." Zoo I wer' blind-like To what he had a-worken...
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers ..., Volume 19

1863
...soon came to grief, An' squot the sheenen hat 'e wore. See the quiet humour in False Friende-liie : When I wer still a bwoy, an' mother's pride, A bigger...spoke up to me so kind-like : ' If you do like, I '11 treat ye wi' a ride In thease wheel-barrow here.' Zoo I were blind-like To what he had a-worken...
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Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Art

Literature - 1863
...soon came to grief, Ал' Equot the sheenen hat 'e wore. See the quiet humour in false Friende-like : When I wer still a bwoy, an' mother's pride, A bigger...bwoy spoke up to me so kind-like : 'If you do like, I'll treat ye wi' a ride In thease wheel-barrow here.' Zoo I were blind-like To what he had a-worken...
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Poems in the Dorset Dialect, Volume 1

William Barnes - English language - 1864 - 207 pages
...storms do meake me gay ov heart, When I do rest, at evenen-fall, Bezide the he'th ov Ivy Hall. 10 145 There leafy stems do clim' around The mossy stwonen...evenen-tide, at Ivy Hall. FALSE FRIENDS-LIKE. When I wer1 still a bwoy, an' mother's pride, A bigger bwoy spoke up to me so kind-like, " If you do like,...
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Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect

William Barnes - Dialect poetry, English - 1879 - 467 pages
...Hall. There leafy stems do clim' around The mossy stwonen eaves ; An' there be window-zides a-bound Wi' quiv'ren ivy-leaves. But though the sky is dim...call, At evenen-tide, at Ivy Hall. FALSE FRIENDS-LIKE. WHEX I wer still a bwoy, an' mother's pride, A bigger bwoy spoke up to me so kind-like, " If you do...
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Select Poems of William Barnes

William Barnes - Dialect poetry, English - 1908 - 196 pages
...there be window-zides a-bound Wi' quiv'ren ivy-leaves. But though the sky is dim 'ithout, An' feiices mid be grim 'ithout, Still I ha' smiles when I do call, At evenen-tide, at Ivy Hall. 40 THE WIFE A-LOST SINCE I noo mwore do zee your feace, Up steairs or down below, I'll zit me in the...
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