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" The silent circle fan themselves, and quake: But here the needle plies its busy task, The pattern grows, the well-depicted... "
Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting ... - Page 8
1828
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The Art of Weaving, by Hand and by Power: With an Introductory Account of ...

Clinton G. Gilroy - Engraving - 1844 - 574 pages
...lawn, Unfolds its blossom ; buds, and leaves, and sprigs, And curling tendrils, gracefully dispos'd, Follow the nimble finger of the fair: A wreath, that cannot fade, of flowers that blow With most success when all besides decay." — C0WPEH. Embroidery is the art of...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - Art - 1846
...plies its busy task, The pattern grows, the well-depicted flower, "Wrought patiently into the snowy lawn, Unfolds its bosom : buds, and leaves, and sprigs,...nimble finger of the fair ; A wreath, that cannot fade, of flowers, that blow With most success when all besides decay. The poet's or historian's page by one...
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The Art of Weaving: By Hand and by Power, with an Introductory Account of ...

Clinton G. Gilroy - Hand weaving - 1845 - 542 pages
...lawn, Unfolds its blossom ; buds, and leaves, and sprigs, And curling tendrils, gracefully dispos'd, Follow the nimble finger of the fair : A wreath, that cannot fade, of flowers that blow With most success when all besides decay." — COWPEK Embroidery is the art of...
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The art of weaving by hand and by power, with an account of its rise and ...

Clinton G. Gilroy - 1845
...lawn, Unfolds its blossom; buds, and leaves, and sprigs, And curling tendrils, gracefully dispos'd, Follow the nimble finger of the fair: A wreath, that cannot fade, of flowers that blow With most success when all besides decay."—COWPEH Embroidery is the art of adding...
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The Art of Weaving by Hand and Power

Clinton G. Gilroy - 1845 - 538 pages
...lawn, Unfolds its blossom ; buds, and leaves, and sprigs, And curling tendrils, gracefully dispos'd, Follow the nimble finger of the fair: A wreath, that cannot fade, of flowers that blow With most success when all besides decay." — COWPER. Embroidery is the art of...
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Poems of William Cowper, Esq., with a New Memoir: Compiled from Johnson ...

William Cowper - 1846 - 284 pages
...plies its busy task, The pattern grows, the well-depicted flow'r, Wrought patiently into trie snowy lawn, Unfolds its bosom ; buds, and leaves, and sprigs, And curling tendrils, gracefully dispos'd, Follow the nimble finger of the faif ; A wreath, that cannot fade, or flow'rs that blow With...
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Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1847
...well-di-picted flower, * A. noted conjuror r'f » v -'-ч\\jouL'ht patiently into the snowy lawn, LWoids its bosom : buds, and leaves, and sprigs, And curling...nimble finger of the fair ; A wreath, that cannot fade, of flowers, that blow With most success when all besides decay. The poet's or historian's page by one...
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Cyclopædia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions ...

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1847
...grows, the well-depicted flower, * A noted conjuror of the <1лу. Wrought patiently into the snowy lawn, Unfolds its bosom : buds, and leaves, and sprigs, And curling tendrils, gracefully disposed, Fullow the nimble finger of the fair ; A wreath, that cannot fade, of flowers, that blow With most...
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Criticisms

John William Lester - English literature - 1848 - 99 pages
...task proceeds ;" " the well-depicted flower wrought patientlyinto thesnowy lawn, unfolds itsbosom ; buds and leaves and sprigs and curling tendrils, gracefully disposed, follow the nimble finger of the fair ;" who loves not evening thus ! — Away, away from the dizzy Babel, embosomed in peace and quietude....
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Lady Granard's nieces [by J.V. Pinkney].

Jane Vaughan Pinkney, lady Granard (fict. name.) - 1848
...peaceful evening in. * # * * The pattern grows, the well depicted flower, Wrought patiently into the snowy lawn, Unfolds its bosom ; buds, and leaves, and sprigs...curling tendrils, gracefully disposed, Follow the nimble fingers of the fair; A wreath that cannot fade, of flowers that blow With most success when all besides...
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