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" Where-e'er you tread, your foot shall set The primrose and the violet ; All spices, perfumes, and sweet powders, Shall borrow from your breath their odours ; Nature her charter shall renew, And take all lives of things from you ; The world depend upon... "
The age, a poem, moral, political and metaphysical - Seite 199
von Age - 1810
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The poetical works of Samuel Butler, with life and critical diss. by G ...

Samuel Butler - 1877
...With true love-knots and flourishes, That shall infuse eternal spring And everlasting flourishing : Where'er you tread, your foot shall set - The primrose and the violet ; Nature her charter shall renew, And take all lives of things from you." Why, this might have come...
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Hudibras, Teile 2-3

Samuel Butler - 1883
...everlasting flourishing ; Drink every letter on 't in stum, 570 And make it brisk champagne become ; Where'er you tread, your foot shall set The primrose and the violet ; c All spices, perfumes, and sweet powders, Shall borrow from your breath their odours ; 575 Nature...
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Works of Samuel Richardson: The history of Sir Charles Grandison

Samuel Richardson - 1883
...The Sun shall now no more dispense H is own, but Harriets influence. Where'er she treads, her feet shall set The primrose and the violet : All spices, perfumes, and sweet powders, Shall borrow from her breath their odours : Worlds shall depend upon her eye, And when she frowns upon them, die. And...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Band 37

1883
...comic aspect of the episode, finds in it irony directed against lovers' praises of their mistress : " Where'er you tread, your foot shall set The primrose and the violet."* Thus is there broad application of what, upward of two centuries since, Rymer said of a dramatist,...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Band 37;Band 100

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1883
...comic aspect of the episode, finds in it irony directed against lovers' praises of their mistress : " Where'er you tread, your foot shall set The primrose and the violet."* Thus is there broad application of what, upward of two centuries since, Rymer said of a dramatist,...
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Hudibras. Pt. 1-3, ed. by A. Milnes, Teile 2-3

Samuel Butler - 1883
...everlasting flourishing ; Drink every letter on 't in stum, 570 And make it brisk champagne become ; Where'er you tread, your foot shall set The primrose and the violet ; c All spices, perfumes, and sweet powders, Shall borrow from your breath their odours ; 575 Nature...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1893 - 505 Seiten
...P. [eg in Shefh. Kal. July.] Where'er you tread, your feet shall set The primrose and the violet ; Nature her charter shall renew, And take all lives of things from you. Bowles. [The familiar original of the familiar idea is of course in Persius It. 38.] 3 This Pastoral...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1893 - 505 Seiten
...wolvi ' ' " '"~J " Kal. July.] Where'er you tread, your feet shall set The primrose and the violet; Nature her charter shall renew, And take all lives of things from you. Btrwles. [The familiar original of the familiar idea is of course in Persius II. 38.] 3 This Pastoral...
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Letters from Sir Charles Grandison, Band 1

Samuel Richardson - 1895
...The sun shall now no more dispense His own, but Harriet's influence. Where'er she treads, her feet shall set The primrose and the violet. All spices, perfumes, and sweet powders Shall borrow from her breath their odours ; Worlds shall depend upon her eye, And when she frowns upon them, die." And...
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Tennyson: His Homes, His Friends, and His Work

Elisabeth Luther Cary - 1898 - 312 Seiten
...men of the same nationality look out upon the same scenes and are moved by them. When Butler writes : "Where'er you tread, your foot shall set The primrose and the violet," and Tennyson follows with this in Maud : " From the meadow your walks have left so sweet That whenever...
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