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" A PEASANT to his lord paid yearly court, Presenting pippins of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a part alone, Removed the tree, that all might be his own. The tree, too old to travel, though before So fruitful, withered, and would yield no more. "
Cowper's Milton [the poetical works, with life, notes and tr. by W. Cowper ... - Page 249
by John Milton - 1810
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The Poetical Works of John Milton

John Milton - 1881 - 460 pages
...yearly court, Presenting pippins of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a part alone, Removed the tree, that all might be his own. The tree, too old to travel, though before So fruitful, withered, and would yield no more. The squire, perceiving all his labour void, Cursed his own pains,...
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Bedside Poetry: A Parents ̕assistant in Moral Discipline

1887 - 143 pages
...yearly court, Presenting pippins, of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a part alone, Eemoved the tree, that all might be his own. The tree, too old to travel, though before So fruitful, withered, and would yield no more. The squire, perceiving all his labor void, Cursed his own pains,...
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The Poetical Works

William Cowper - 1889 - 536 pages
...yearly court, Presenting pippins of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a part alone, Removed the tree, that all might be his own. The tree, too old to travel, though before So fruitful, withered, and would yield no more. The 'squire, perceiving all his labour void, Cursed his own pains,...
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Good-night Poetry(Bedside Poetry)

Wendell P. Garrison (comp) - 1890
...yearly court, Presenting pippins, of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a part alone, Removed the tree, that all might be his own. The tree, too old to travel, though before So fruitful, withered, and would yield no more. The squire, perceiving all his labor void, Cursed his own pains,...
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Good-night Poetry: (Bedside Poetry) A Parent's Assistant in Moral Discipline

Children's poetry - 1891 - 143 pages
...yearly court, Presenting pippins, of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a part alone, Removed the tree, that all might be his own. The tree, too old to travel, though before So fruitful, withered, and would yield no more. The squire, perceiving all his labor void, Cursed his own pains,...
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The Poems of William Cowper

William Cowper - 1905 - 741 pages
...yearly court. Presenting pippins of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a p.- in alone, Removed the tree, that all might be his own. The tree, too old to travel, though before So fruitful, withered, and would yield no more. The squire, perceiving all his labour void, Cursed his own pains...
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A Day Book of Milton

John Milton - 1905 - 366 pages
...yearly court, Presenting pippins of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a part alone, Removed the tree, that all might be his own. The tree, too old to travel, though before So fruitful, withered, and would yield no more. The squire, perceiving all his labour void, Cursed his own pains,...
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