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" Beside the river Dee ; He worked and sang from morn till night, No lark more blithe than he ; And this the burden of his song For ever used to be, — " I envy nobody ; no, not I, And nobody envies me ! "  "
Ancient and Modern Scottish Songs, Heroic Ballads, Etc - Page 297
edited by - 1870
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...fotclhig-pifce in his hands, and a net tcith birds at hin girdle : and, aflerwardsf JUSTICE WOODCOCK. AIR. There was a jolly miller once, Lived on the river Dee ; He worked and sung, from morn till night ; No lark more blythe than he. And this the burthen of his sung, For ever...
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

English drama - 1804
...fowling-pifce in his hands, and a net with birds at his girdle : and, afterwards, JUSTICE WOODCOCK. AIR. There was a jolly miller once, Lived on the river Dee ; He worked and sung, from morn till night ; No lark more blythe than he. And this the burthen of his son!;, For ever...
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The goodnatured man: a comedy in five acts

Oliver Goldsmith, Mrs. Inchbald - 1808 - 79 pages
...at his Girdle. AIR VIII. There was a jolly miller once, Liv'd on the river Dee ; He work'd and sung from morn till night; No lark more blithe than he. And this the burden of his song, For ever vs'd to be, I care for nobody, not I, If no one cares for me. House here, house ! what, all gadding,...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...at his Girdle. AIR VIII. There was a jolly miller once, Liv'd on the river Dee; He work' d and sung from morn till night; No lark more blithe than he. And this the burden of his song, • For ever us'd to be, I care for nobody, not I, If no one cares for me. House here, house ! what, all gadding,...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 5

English drama - 1811
...fowling-piece in his hands, and a net with birds at his girdle: and, afterwards, JUSTICE WOODCOCK. AIR. Thf.re was a jolly miller once, Lived on the river Dee ; He worked and iung,from morn till niglit ; No lark more blythe than he. And this the burthen of his song, For ever...
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Accepted Addresses; Or, Proemium Poetarum: To which are Added, Macbeth ...

Parodies - 1813 - 195 pages
...MACKAY. There dwelt a miller hale and bold, Beside the river Dee!" He work'd and sang from morn to night, No lark more blithe than he; And this the burden of his song For ever used to be,— "I envy nobody: no, not I, And nobody envies mel" "Thou'rt wrong, my friend!" said old King Hal "Thou'rt...
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The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic ..., Volume 7

Thomas Dibdin - English drama - 1815
...with Birds at hiť Girdle. There was a jolly miller once, Liv'd on the river Dee ; He work'd and snng from morn till night ; No lark more blithe than he. And this the burthen of his song, For ever us'd to be 1 care for nobody, not I, If no one cares for me. House, here,...
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Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical and Critical, Volume 5

George Daniel, John Cumberland - English drama - 1826
...birds at his girdle. AIR. There was a jolly miller once Liv'd on the river Dee ; He work'd and sung from morn till night ; No lark more blithe than he. And this the burthen of his song, For ever used to be — I care /or nobody, not I, If no one cares for me. House...
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The Scottish Songs, Volume 2

Robert Chambers - Ballads, Scots - 1829
...We'll put it in the pint-stoup, And birle 't a' three.f THE JOLLY MILLER. TUNE — The Miller of Dee. THERE was a jolly miller once Lived on the river Dee; He wrought and sung from morn till night, No lark more blythe than he. And this the burden of his song...
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The wren; or, The fairy of the green-house

Wren - 1843
...THF.KE was a glossy Blackbird once Liv'd in a cherry tree; He chirp'd and sung from morn to night, And this the burden of his song For ever used to be, " Good boys shall have cherries as soon as they're ripe, But naughty boys none from me." THE WREN AND...
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