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" The Queen of Hearts She made some tarts, All on a summer's day; The Knave of Hearts He stole those tarts, And took them clean away. The King of Hearts Called for the tarts, And beat the Knave full sore; The Knave of Hearts Brought back the tarts, And... "
Year-Round Early Childhood Themes, eBook: 12 Fun Theme-Based Activity Units - Page 335
by Kim Cernek - 2005 - 416 pages
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Public Characters, Volume 8

Biography - 1806
...poetry ; the following ludicrous lines being chosen as the subject ; " The " The Queen f Hearts, JS'he made some tarts, All on a summer's day: The Knave of Hearts He stole those tarts, • And — took them quite — away !" Some have imagined that Addison's exposition of...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 108

1858
...we read his youthful imitator'a critical analysis of what he designates the epic poem beginning— ' The queen of hearts She made some tarts All on a summer's day.' , If self-love did not blind the best of us to our own errors and absurdities, almost every modern...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 ..., Volume 8

1806
...in vain. Let Leuctra s;tv, let JManttnea tell, Jlpw great Epamiuonclas fought and fell! " Not" Tire Queen of Hearts, She made some tarts, All on a summer's day: Th&Kriare of Hearts lie stole those tarts, Aud—took them quite'—away '." Some Have imagined that...
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The Microcosm: A Periodical Work, Volume 1

John Smith, George Canning, Robert Percy Smith, John Hookham Frere - 1809
...or, as he more aptly phrases it, '* elegans ejepletivvm." The passage therefore must stand thus, . " The Queen of Hearts She made some tarts All on a summer's day." And thus ends the first part, or beginning, which is simple and unembellished ; opens the subject in...
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The Gleaner: A Series of Periodical Essays, Volume 3

Nathan Drake - English essays - 1811
...or, as he more aptly phrases it " elegans expletivum." The passage therefore must stand thus : — The Queen of Hearts She made some tarts, • All on a summer's day. And thus ends the first part or beginning ; which is simple and unembellished ; opens the subject in...
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Microcosm. General index

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...expletive, or, as he more aptly phrases it, ' elegans expletivum.' The passage therefore must stand thus, The Queen of Hearts She made some Tarts All on a summer's day. And thus ends the first part, or beginning, which is simple and unembellished; opens the subject in...
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The microcosm [ed. by G. Canning and others]. [Another]

George Canning - 1825
...expletive, or, as he more aptly phrases it, " elegans expleiivum." The passage therefore must stand thus, " The Queen of Hearts She made some tarts All on a summer's day." And thus ends the first part or beginning, which is simple and unembellished ; opens the subject in...
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The Royal Lady's Magazine, and Archives of the Court of St. James's, Volume 5

Great Britain - 1833
...perfect epic poem in the world : some of our readers may probably not recollect it — it runneth thus : The queen of hearts She made some tarts, All on a summer's day : The knave of hearts He stole those tarts, And took them quite away. The king of hearts,' Called for those tarts, And beat the knave...
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Walks and Wanderings in the World of Literature, Volume 1

James Grant - 1839
...eloquence of their style and their critical discernment, on the well-known nursery poem beginning with " The Queen of Hearts She made some tarts All on a summer's day.'' That Mr. Canning did not pursue the glorious and useful career which he thus early pointed out for...
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Walks and Wanderings in the World of Literature, Volume 1

James Grant - 1839
...eloquence of their style and their critical discernment, on the well-known nursery poem beginning with " The Queen of Hearts She made some tarts All on a summer's day.'' That Mr. Canning did not pursue the glorious and useful career which he thus early pointed out for...
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