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" Whoso shall read this verse, conjecture of the rest, And think, by reason of our trade, that I do think the best. But if no traffic were, then could I boldly pen The hardness of the soll, and the manners of the men... "
The archer and the steppe; or, The empires of Scythia, a history of Russia ... - Стр. 474
1860
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The Monthly Review

1812
...resorted to, that roofe is full of siane. • , REV. APRIL, 1812. E e « The : The people bea»tly bee. I write not all I know, I touch but here and there, For if I should, my penoc would pinch, and eke offe&d t fearc, * * * . *' The roaners are so Turtle like, the men so full...
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa, Том 1

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1813
...manner of painting their cheeks ; at the close of hit letter to Spencer, says : 'The people beastly bee. I write not all I know, I touch but here and there, For if I should, my penne would pinch, and eke offend I feare. " They say the lions paw gives judgment of the beast ; Aud...
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English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature, Том 11

Henry Morley - 1892
...To this I make an end ; none other news to thee But that the country is too cold, the people beastly be. I write not all I know, I touch but here and there,...think the best. But if no traffic were, then could I boldly pen The hardness of the soil and eke the manners of the men." In 1567 appeared "The Heroical...
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