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" Where are my friends? I am alone, No playmate shares my beaker; Some lie beneath the churchyard stone, And some before the Speaker, And some compose a tragedy, And some compose a rondo; And some draw sword for liberty, And some draw pleas for John Doe. "
The poems of winthrop mackworth praed revised and complete edition. - Page 222
by Rev. Derwent Coleridge - 1866
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The London Magazine

1829
...pocket: Now feasting on a cheese and flitch, Now drinking from the pewter; Now leaping over Chalvey ditch, Now laughing at my tutor. Where are my friends ? I am alone, PC And some compose a tragedy, And some compose a rondo ; And some draw sword for liberty, And some...
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The London Magazine

English literature - 1829
...pocket : Now feasting on a cheese and flitch, Now drinking from the pewter ; Now leaping over Chalvey ditch, Now laughing at my tutor. Where are my friends ? I am alone, No playmate shares my beaker.; • And some compose a tragedy, And some compose a rondo ; And some draw sword for liberty, And some...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 89

1866
...and Schoolfellows, and is rail of pleasant Eton reminiscences. It has found numerous imitators : ' Where are my friends ? I am alone ; No playmate shares...rondo ; And some draw sword for Liberty ; And some draws pleas for John Doe. ' Tom Mill was used to blacken eyes Without the fear of Sessions ; Charles...
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The Poetical Works of Winthrop Mackworth Praed

Winthrop Mackworth Praed, Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1844 - 287 pages
...I am alone, No playmate shares my beaker — ,- =__ =', Some lie beneath the church-yard atone, And some before the Speaker ; And some compose a tragedy, And some compose a rondo j And some draw sword for liberty, And some draw pleas for John Doe. Tom Mill was used to blacken eyes,...
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Lillian, and other poems

Winthrop Mackworth Praed - 1852
...the books, The glories and disgraces, The voices of dear friends, the looks Of old familiar faces. Where are my friends ? — I am alone, No playmate shares my beaker — And some compose a tragedy, And some compose a rondo ; And some draw sword for liberty, And some...
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The Poetical Works of Winthrop Mackworth Praed, Volume 1

Winthrop Mackworth Praed - 1854 - 311 pages
...books, The glories and disgraces, ~ The voices of dear friends, the looks . Of old familiar faces. Where are my friends ? — I am alone, No playmate...draw pleas for John Doe. Tom Mill was used to blacken eyss, Without the fear of sessions ; Charles Medler loath'd false quantities, As much as false professions,...
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The Humorous Poetry of the English Language: From Chaucer to Saxe

James Parton - English poetry - 1856 - 689 pages
...disgraces, The voices of dear friends, the looks Of old familiar faces. Where are my friends 1 — I am alone, No playmate shares my beaker — Some lie beneath the church-yard stone, And sonie before the Speaker ; An l some compose a tragedy, And some compose a rondo ; And some draw sword...
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Lillian and Other Poems

Winthrop Mackworth Praed - 1857 - 290 pages
...disgraces, The voices of dear friends, the looks Of old familiar faces. Where are my friends 1 — I am alone, No playmate shares my beaker — Some...draw pleas for John Doe. Tom Mill was used to blacken ey is, Without the fear of sessions ; Charles Medler loath'd false quant ities, As much as false professions,...
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The Humorous Poetry of the English Language: From Chaucer to Saxe ...

James Parton - English poetry - 1857 - 689 pages
...the books, The glories and disgraces, The voices of dear friends, the looks Of old familiar faces. Where are my friends? — I am alone, No playmate...draw sword for liberty, And some draw pleas for John Doc. Tom Mill was used to blacken eyes, Without the fear of sessions; Charles Medler loathed false...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 29

Literature - 1859
...pocket: Now feasting on a cheese and flitch, Now drinking from the pewter; Now leaping over Clialvey ditch, Now laughing at my tutor. Where are my friends...tragedy, And some compose a rondo ; And some draw swords for liberty, And some draw pleas for John Doe. Tom Mill was used to blacken eyes, Without the...
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