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" ... and daggers, in the space of two hours, fourscore fat deer were slain ; which after are disposed of, some one way, and some another, twenty and thirty miles, and more than enough left for us to make merry withal, at our rendezvous. "
Early Prose and Poetical Works of John Taylor, the Water Poet - Page 51
by John Taylor - 1888 - 318 pages
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Tom Nash His Ghost: to the Three Scurvy Fellowes of the Upstart Family of ...

Thomas Nashe (pseud) - 1871 - 15 pages
...stayed there three hours or thereabouts, we might perceive the deer appear on the hills round about us, (their heads making a show like a wood) which being...so well, that I made these two sonnets following. • j]HY should I waste invention to indite, Ovidian fictions, or Olympian games ? My misty Muse enlightened...
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The Pennyles Pilgrimage Or The Money-lesse Perambulation of John Taylor ...

John Taylor - 1618 - 68 pages
...stayed there three hours or thereabouts, we might perceive the deer appear on the hills round about us, (their heads making a show like a wood) which being...so well, that I made these two sonnets following. fHY should I waste invention to indite, Ovidian fictions, or Olympian games ? My misty Muse enlightened...
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A Tour in Scotland: MDCCLXIX.

Thomas Pennant - Scotland - 1772 - 331 pages
..." fat deerc were flaine, which after are difpofed of '* fonae one way and fotne another, twenty or thirty " miles, and more than enough left for us to make ** merry withall at our rendevouze. Being come '* to our lodgings, there was fuch baking, boyling, " rofting...
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A Tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides, 1772

Thomas Pennant - Hebrides (Scotland) - 1776
...fourfcore fat deere were flaine, which ' after-are difpofed of fome one way and fome another, twenty or '* thirty miles, and more than enough left for us to make merry ** withall at our rendevouze. Being come to our lodgings, there "* was fuch baking, boyling, rofting...
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A Tour in Scotland 1769, Volume 1

Thomas Pennant - Scotland - 1776 - 400 pages
...fourfcore fat deere were flaine, which " after are difpofed of fome one way and fome another, twenty or " thirty miles, and more than enough left for us to make merry u withall at our rendevouze. Being come to our lodgings, there ** was fuch baking, boyling, rofting...
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A tour in Scotland, MDCCLXIX [by T. Pennant. With] Suppl ..., Volume 2, Part 2

Thomas Pennant - Scotland - 1790 - 487 pages
...fourfcore fat deere were flaine, which " after are difpofed of fome one way and fome another, twenty or " thirty miles, and more than enough left for us to make merry " withall at our rendevouze. Being come to our lodgings, there " was fuch baking, boyling, rofting...
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Marmion;: A Tale of Flodden Field, Volume 1

Walter Scott - Flodden, Battle of, England, 1513 - 1808 - 377 pages
...are all let loose, as occasion serves, upon the herd of deer, that, with dogs, guns, arrows, durks, and daggers, in the space of two hours, fourscore...for us, to make merry withal, at our rendezvous." Note II. Yarrow, Where erst ,the Outlaw drew his arrow. — P. 62. The tale of the Outlaw Murray, who^held...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 3

John Pinkerton - Voyages and travels - 1809
...fourfcore fat deere were flaine, which after are difpofed of fome one way and fome another, twenty or thirty miles, and more than enough left for us to make merry with all at our rendevouze. Being come to our lodgings, there was fuch baking, boyling, roalting and...
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Marmion; a tale of Flodden field

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...are all let loose, as occasion serves, upon the herd of deer, that, with do;;s, guns, arrows, durks, and daggers, in the space of two hours, fourscore...for us, to 'make merry withal, at our rendezvous," xxxviii NOTES TO CANTO SECOND. Note II. Yarrow, Where erst the Outlaw drew hiť arrow. — P. 62. The...
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The Poetical Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Volume 3

Walter Scott - 1818
...are all let loose, as occasion serves, upon the herd of deer, that, with dogs, guns, arrows, durks, and daggers, in the space of two hours, fourscore...miles, and more than enough left for us to make merry witlial, at our rendezvous." t Note II. -Yarrow, Whert erst the outlaw ddtu his arrow. — P. 49. The...
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