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" For colour, lips, for sweet perfumes, her breath; For jewels, eyes; for threads of purest gold, Hair; for delicious choice of flowers, cheeks; Wonder in every portion of that throne. Hear her but speak, and you will swear the spheres 55 Make music to... "
Dramatic Works of John Ford ... - Page 168
by John Ford - 1827
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Dramatic Works, Volume 1

John Ford - English drama - 1811
...arms. View well her face, and in that little round You may observe a world of variety ; For coral*, lips; for sweet perfumes, her breath; For jewels,...of flowers, cheeks; Wonder in every portion of that form. Hear her but speak, and you will swear the spheres Make music to the citizens in heaven. But,...
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The Mégha Dúta, Or, Cloud Messenger: A Poem, in the Sanscrit Language

Kālidāsa - 1814 - 177 pages
...and in that little round " You may observe a world of variety. " For coral, lips ; for sweet perfume, her breath ; " For jewels, eyes ; for threads of purest...flowers, cheeks ; " Wonder in every portion of that form." Note 188, page 61, verse 685. When with the colours that the rock supplies. " Having painted...
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The Roué, Volume 2

Samuel Beazley - 1828
...countenance ? -(hat little round, In which you may observe a work] of sweet variety ; For coral lips ; for threads of purest gold, Hair ; for delicious choice...flowers, cheeks ; Wonder in every portion of that form. A strange fancy is come over me, and I cannot drive it from ?ny mind. I am imagining Agnes Trevor,...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 14

Periodicals - 1851
...— " View well her face, and in that little round You may observe я world of variety : For coral, lips ; for sweet perfumes, her breath ; For jewels, eyes; for threads of purest gold. Hair; for delirious choice of flowers, cheek»; Wonder in every portion of that form. 20 Hear her but speak,...
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The Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford

Philip Massinger, John Ford - English drama - 1859 - 662 pages
...arms. View well her face, and in that little round You may observe a world's variety ; For colour, lips : for sweet perfumes, her breath ; For jewels,...portion of that throne. — Hear her but speak, and yon will swear the spheres Make music to the citizens in heaven. — But, father, what is else for...
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What Men Have Said about Woman: A Collection of Choice Sentences

Women - 1865 - 320 pages
...Charms. View well her face, and in that little round You may observe a world's variety : For colour, lips ; for sweet perfumes, her breath ; For jewels,...cheeks : — Wonder in every portion of that throne. John Ford. Her Contemplative Beauty. Thine eyes' blue tenderness, thy long fair hair, And the wan lustre...
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What men have said about woman. Compiled by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1865
...Charms. View well her face, and in that little round You may observe a world's variety : For colour, lips ; for sweet perfumes, her breath ; For jewels,...cheeks : — Wonder in every portion of that throne. John Ford. Her Contemplative Beauty. Thine eyes' blue tenderness, thy long fair hair, And the wan lustre...
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The Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford

Philip Massinger, John Ford - English drama - 1869 - 662 pages
...arms. View well her face, and in that little round You may observe a world's variety ; For colour, lips : for sweet perfumes, her breath ; For jewels,...throne.— Hear her but speak, and you will swear the sphere« Make music to the citizens in heaven. — But, father, what is else for pleasure fram'd, Lest...
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The Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford

Philip Massinger, John Ford - English drama - 1875 - 662 pages
...cheeks ! Wonder in every portion of that throne. — Hear her but speak, and you will swear the sphere« Make music to the citizens in heaven. — But, father, what is else for pleasure fra'n'd, Lest I offend your ears, shall go unnam'd. Friar. The more I hear, I pity thee the more ;...
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John Ford; Ed. with Introduction and Notes

John Ford - 1888 - 471 pages
...arms. View well her face, and in that little round You may observe a world of variety ; For colour, lips ; for sweet perfumes, her breath ; For jewels,...flowers, cheeks ; Wonder in every portion of that form.1 Hear her but speak, and you will swear the spheres Make music to the citizens in Heaven. But,...
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