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" ... are taken up with a general applause, and usually sung at all feasts and meetings by certain other persons, whose proper function that is, who also receive for the same great rewards and reputation amongst them. "
Observations on the State of Ireland: Principally Directed to Its ... - Page 168
by John Christian Curwen - 1818
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The Works of Spenser: In Six Volumes. With a Glossary Explaining the Old and ...

Edmund Spenser - 1750 - 320 pages
...Eftimation amongft them, that none dare difplesfe them for fear to run into Reproach thorough tbeir O.tciKC, and to be made infamous in the Mouths of all Men, For their Verfet art taken up with a general Arplsufe, and ufually lung at all FeaAs and Meetings by certain...
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The British Magazine, Or, Monthly Repository for Gentlemen & Ladies

English literature - 724 pages
...difpleafe them for fear to and Rythmers dt> for little reward, run into reproach through their offence, and to be made infamous, in the mouths of all men. For their or a (hare of a ftoln, cow, then waxeth he moil infolent and halt mad with the love of himftlf, and...
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A View of the State of Ireland as it was in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth ...

Edmund Spenser - Ireland - 1763 - 310 pages
...amongft them, that none v. dare difpleafe them for fear to run into Reproach thorough their Offence, and to be made infamous in the Mouths of all Men. For their Verfeğ are taken up with a general Applaufe, and ufually fung at all Feafts and Meetings by certain...
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The History of the Rise and Progress of Poetry: Through It's [sic] Several ...

John Brown - Classical poetry - 1764 - 280 pages
...amongft them, that none dare difpleafe " them for Fear to run into Reproach "through their Offence, and to be made " infamous in the Mouths of all Men. ' For their Verfes are taken up with a ge" neral (I 214 The HISTORY of the RISE neral Applaufe, and ufually fung...
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The History of the Rise and Progress of Poetry: Through It's [sic] Several ...

John Brown - Classical poetry - 1764 - 288 pages
...amongft them, that none dare difplcafe " them for Fear to run into Reproach " through their Offence, and to be made " infamous in the Mouths of all Men. " For their Verfes are taken Ğup with a ge" neral " neral Applaufe, and ufually fung at all " Fca/ls and Meetings...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 77

1787 - 652 pages
...amongft them, that none dare difpleafe them, for fear to run into reproach thorough their offence, and to be made infamous in the mouths of all men. For their verfcs are taken up with a general applaufe, and ufually fung at all feafts a-rd meetings by certain...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 77

Books - 1787 - 666 pages
...amongft them, that none dare difpleafe them, for fear to run into reproach thorough their offence, and to be made infamous in the mouths of all men. For their verfes are taken up with a general applaufe, and ufually fuog at all feafts and meetings by certain...
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Volume 1

Walter Scott - 1806 - 478 pages
...amongst them, that none dare dis" please them, for fear of running into reproach " through their offence, and to be made infamous " in the mouths of all men...function that is, who also " receive, for the same, great rewardes and repu" tation amongst them." Spenser, having bestowed due praise upon the poets, who sung...
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Specimens of English Prose Writers: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 2

George Burnett - Authors, English - 1807 - 970 pages
...estimation amongst them, that none dare displease them for fear to run into reproach through their offence, and to be made infamous in the mouths of all men....other persons, whose proper function that is, who also reeeive for the Isame great rewards and reputation amongst them. * * * * Such poets as in their writings...
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Specimens of English prose-writers, from the earliest times to the ..., Volume 2

George Burnett - 1807 - 528 pages
...estimation amongst them, that none dare displease them for fear to runinto reproach through their offence, and to be made infamous in the mouths of all men....usually sung at all feasts and meetings by certain other pereons, whose proper function that is, who also receive for the same great rewards and reputation...
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