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" Here I, Thomas Wharton, do lie, With Lucifer under my head, And Nelly my wife hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead. Oh, how can I speak without dread, Who could my sad fortune abide? With one devil under my head And another laid close on each side. "
The history and antiquities of the counties of Westmorland and Cumberland - Page 540
by Joseph Nicolson, Richard Burn, William Nicolson, Daniel Scott, Henry Hornyold-Strickland - 1777
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 45

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1778
...vanquifhed potiure : under which jiotion a waggilh fchool-mafter once or that place thus paraphraled the above legend : Here I Thomas Wharton do lie, With...under my head, And another laid clofe on each fide!' S 3 neigh* neighbours, Heareft thou how loud this bull crunes ? If thcfc cattle mould all crune together,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 55

Early English newspapers - 1785
...The following; iT •/>; has been given as a tranflation of the above : Here I. Thomii Whartoa, do lie, With Lucifer under my head, And Nelly my wife hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead : O how can 1 fpeak without dread 1 Who could my fad fortune abide ! . Wilh one devil under my head,...
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A Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions, Historical ..., Volume 1

Epitaphs - 1806
...OUKI.AMJ. ON THOMAS THE FIRST LORD WHARTOBf," Who lies buried with his two Wives, Eleanor and Anne. HERE I, Thomas Wharton, do lie, With Lucifer under...And Nelly my wife hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead : O how can 1 speak without dread ! Who could my sad fortune abide ! With one devil under my head,...
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A collection of epitaphs and monumental inscriptions

Collection - 1806
...WESTMORELAND. ON THOMAS THE FIRST LORD WHARTON, Who lies buried with his two Wives, Eleanor and Anne. HBRE I, Thomas Wharton, do lie, With Lucifer under my head,...And Nelly my wife hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead : O how can I speak without dread ! Who could my sad fortune abide ! With one devil under my head,...
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Anthologia: A Collection of Epigrams, Ludicrous Epitaphs, Sonnets, Tales ...

Epigrams, English - 1807 - 184 pages
...BVRIED, WITH HIS TWO WIVES, ELEANOR AND AXX, IN THE CHORCH. OB KIKKBY-STEFHE.N, IN WESTMOBLAND. HEBE I Thomas Wharton do lie, With Lucifer under my head,...And Nelly my wife hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead : O how can I speak without dread ! '' Who could my sad fortune abide, With one devil under my head,...
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The Port Folio

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1813
...been given as a translation of the above. Here I Thomas Wharton do lie, With Lucifer under my bead, And Nelly my wife hard by, And Nancy, as cold as lead. Oh! how can I speak without dread! Who could my sad fortune abide! With one devil under my head, And another laid...
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The Patrician, Volume 6

John Burke, Bernard Burke - Nobility - 1848
...Elizabeth, m. to Dr. Atkinson, physician, sp VI. CHRISTOPHER, an officer in the EICS, m. and had issue, " Here I Thomas Wharton do lie, With Lucifer under my...hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead. Oh, how can I speak without dread! Who could my sad fortune abide, With one devil under my head, And another laid...
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The Antiquary: A Magazine Devoted to the Study of the Past, Volume 16

Edward Walford, George Latimer Apperson - Archaeology - 1887
...the above inscription as follows : Here I, Thomas Wharton, do lie, With Lucifer under my head ; With Nelly, my wife, hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead. Oh ! how can 1 speak without dread ! Who could my sad fortune abide У With one devil under my head, And another...
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The Denham Tracts: A Collection of Folklore : Reprinted from the ..., Volume 1

Michael Aislabie Denham - Folklore - 1892
...him, and they who did not, knew well from the exploit, that it could bo no one but Robin the Devil. Here I, Thomas Wharton, do lie, With Lucifer under...hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead. Oh ! how can I speak without dread ! Who could my sad fortune abide, With one devil under my head And another laid...
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Papers and Pedigrees Mainly Relating to Cumberland and Westmorland, Volume 1

William Jackson - Cumberland (England) - 1892
...Wharton " — ridiculed in proposing that the following epitaph should be engraved upon it : — " Here I Thomas Wharton do lie With Lucifer under my...my wife hard by, And Nancy as cold as lead. Oh how could I speak without dread, Who could my sad fortune abide, With one devil under my head. And another...
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