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" ATHULF. A sort of swarming, curling, tremulous tumbling, As though there were an ant-hill in my bosom. — I said I was ashamed. — Sidroc, you smile ; If at my folly, well ! But if you smile Suspicious of a taint upon my heart... "
Edwin the Fair– An Historical Drama - 46 psl.
autoriai: Sir Henry Taylor - 1842 - 262 psl.
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The Monthly Review

1842
...her looks were clear, direct, and free, And said that she felt nothing. Sidroc, What feltst thon ? Athulf. A sort of swarming, curling, tremulous tumbling,...As though there were an ant-hill in my bosom. — I sai JI was ashamed — Sidroc, you smile ; If at my folly, well! But if you smile Suspicious of a taint...
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Edwin the fair; an historical drama, and Isaac Comnenus, a play

sir Henry Taylor - 1845
...an instant ease resumed herself, And frankly with a pleasant laugh held out Her arrowy hand. Sidroc. What could she less ? a hand To have and hold is something...if you smile Suspicious of a taint upon my heart, In this its first affection, far yon stray From the fair truth ; I could no more commingle Impure imaginations...
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The Christian Examiner, 75 tomas

1863
...looka were clear, direct, and free, And said that she felt nothing. " Sidroc. What felt'st thon ? " Athulf. A sort of swarming, curling, tremulous tumbling, As though there were au ant-hill in my bosom." Act I. Scene VI. Again the king alone with Elgiva thus discourses : — "...
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The Poetical Works of Henry Taylor, 73 leidimas,2 tomas

Sir Henry Taylor - 1864
...instant ease resumed herself, And frankly with a pleasant laugh held out Her shapely hand. Sidroc. What could she less ? a hand To have and hold is something...but if you smile Suspicious of a taint upon my heart In this its first affection, far you stray From the fair truth ; I could no more commingle Impure imaginations...
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The Poetical Works: Edwin the Fair. Isaac Comnenus

Sir Henry Taylor - 1864
...instant ease resumed herself, And frankly with a pleasant laugh held out Her shapely hand. Sidroc. What could she less ? a hand To have and hold is something...but if you smile Suspicious of a taint upon my heart In this its first affection, far you stray From the fair truth ; I could no more commingle Impure imaginations...
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The Christian Examiner, 75 tomas

1863
...feeling toward the princess, who " frankly with a pleasant laugh held out her arrowy hand." " Sidroc. What could she less ? A hand To have and hold is something...tumbling, As though there were an ant-hill in my bosom." Act I. Scene VI. Again the king alone with Elgiva thus discourses : — " Beloved Elgiva, Thy beauty...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1874 - 534 psl.
...mine, But yet her looks were clear, direct, and free. And said that she felt nothing. .SMroe. — Aud what felt'st thou? Athulf. — A sort of swarming,...my heart, Wide is your error, and you never loved. HENRY TAYLOR. THE ECSTASY. WHERE, like a pillow on a bed, A pregnant bank swelled up to rest The violet's...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1874 - 534 psl.
...clear, direct, and free, And said that she felt nothing. Sldroc. — And what felt'st thou ? Athulf.—A sort of swarming, curling, tremulous tumbling, As...my heart, Wide is your error, and you never loved. HENRY TAYLOR. THE ECSTASY. WHERE, like a pillow on a bed, A pregnant bank swelled up to rest The violet's...
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Edwin the fair. Isaac Comnenus. [2 plays in verse].

sir Henry Taylor - 1875 - 248 psl.
...instant ease resumed herself, And frankly with a pleasant laugh held out Her shapely hand. Sidroc. What could she less ? a hand To have and hold is something...but if you smile Suspicious of a taint upon my heart In this its first affection, far you stray From the fair truth ; I could no more commingle Impure imaginations...
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Parnassus

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1875 - 534 psl.
...direet, and free, And said that she. felt nothing. Sidroe. — And what felt'st thou? Alhull'. — A sort of swarming, curling, tremulous tumbling, As...were an ant-hill in my bosom. I said I was ashamed. — Sidroe, you smile, If at my folly, well! But if you smile, Suspicious of a taint upon my heart,...
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