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" Dame. Yes, I have brought, to help our vows, Horned poppy, cypress boughs, The fig-tree wild that grows on tombs, And juice that from the larch-tree comes, The basilisk's blood, and the viper's skin : And now our orgies let us begin. "
Zoological Recreations - Стр. 88
авторы: William John Broderip - 1847 - Страниц: 380
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Imagination and Fancy: Or, Selections from the English Poets, Illustrative ...

Leigh Hunt - 1845 - Страниц: 255
...nurse by the nose. 6th Hag. I had a dagger : what did I with that ? KilFd an infant to have his fat. I scratch'd out the eyes of the owl before, I tore the bat's wing; what would you have more ? Dame. Yes, I have brought to help our vows Horned poppy, cypress boughs, The fig-tree wild that grows...
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Imagination and fancy; or Selections from the English poets, with critical ...

Leigh Hunt - 1845
...nurse by the nose. 6th Hag. I had a dagger: what did I with that ? KilVd an Infant to have his fat. I scratch'd out the eyes of the owl before, I tore the bat's wing; what would you have more? Dame. Yes, I have brought to help our vows Horned poppy, cypress boughs, The fig-tree wild that grows...
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Imagination and Fancy: Or, Selections from the English Poets, Illustrative ...

Leigh Hunt - 1845 - Страниц: 255
...nurse by the nose. 6th Hag. I had a dagger : what did I with that ? Kilrd an infant to have his fat. I scratch'd out the eyes of the owl before, I tore the bat's wing ; what would you have more ? Dame. Yes, I have brought to help our vows Horned poppy, cypress boughs, The fig-tree wild that grows...
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Imagination and Fancy: Or, Selections from the English Poets, Illustrative ...

Leigh Hunt - 1845 - Страниц: 255
...nose. 6th Hag. I had a dagger : what did I with that ? KilFd an infant to have his fat. I scratched out the eyes of the owl before, I tore the bat's wing; what would you have more ? Dame. Yes, I have brought to help our vows Horned poppy, cypress boughs, The fig-tree wild that grows...
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Imagination and Fancy: Or, Selections from the English Poets, Illustrative ...

Leigh Hunt - 1845 - Страниц: 255
...nurse by the nose. 6th Hag. I had a dagger : what did I with that? KilFd an infant to have his fat. I scratch'd out the eyes of the owl before, I tore the bafs wing; what would you have more ': Dame. Yes, I have brought to help our vows Horned poppy, cypress...
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History of Civilisation, Том 2

William Alexander Mackinnon - 1846
...her fly) was meant ridiculous, to mock the keeping of their familiars. " I went to the toad breeds under the wall : I charm'd him out, and he came at...; I tore the bat's wing. What would you have more ? " These also, both by the confessions of witches and testimony of writers, are of principal use in...
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The Nursery Rhymes of England: Collected Chiefly from Oral Tradition

1846 - Страниц: 240
...for its introduction into the modern nursery.] I WENT to the toad that lies under the wall, I charmed him out, and he came at my call; I scratch'd out the eyes of the owl before, I tore the bat's wing, whatwould you have more? CLXII. SWAN swam over the sea— Swim, swan, swim; CLXIII. [From Dr. Wallis's...
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History of Civilisation and Public Opinion: Continental States of Europe ...

William Alexander Mackinnon - 1849
...her fly) was meant ridiculous, to mock the keeping of their familiars. " I went to the toad breeds under the wall : I charm'd him out, and he came at...; I tore the bat's wing. What would you have more ? " These also, both by the confessions of witches and testimony of writers, are of principal use in...
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The Works of the British Poets, Selected and Chronologically Arranged ...

1852
...back to the house again, Kill'd the black cat, and here's the brain. II. I went to the toad breeds al frame Thus wondrous fair ! Thyself how wondrous...Heavens To us invisible, or dimly seen In these thy low nuirc ' Yes, I have brought (to help our vows) Horned poppy, cypress boughs. The fig-tree wild, that...
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Leaves from the Note Book of a Naturalist

William John Broderip - 1852 - Страниц: 413
...line. The eleventh hag, in Jonson's Masque of Queens, exultingly sings — I went to the toad, breeds under the wall ; I charm'd him out, and he came at my call. And Gesner ascribes a power to it which was believed to conduce to the quiet of mankind at the expense...
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