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The bright old day now dawns again; the cry runs through the the land,
In England there shall be dear bread--in Ireland, swor
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I'll sing you a new ballad, and I'll warrant it first-rate,
Of the days of that old gentleman who had that old estate;
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In those rare days, the press was seldom known to snarl or bark,
But sweetly sang of men in pow'r, like any tuneful lark;
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There is a wonderful, but neglected precision in these words. The old English noun "travel" (in the sense of a journey) was origin ...
The hardiest skeptic who has seen a horse broken, a pointer trained, or has visited a menagerie or the exhibition of the Industrio ...
The Roman rule was, to teach a boy nothing that he could not learn standing. The old English rule was, "All summer in the field, a ...
The Tories in England had long imagined that they were enthusiastic about the monarchy, the church and beauties of the old English ...
In the combined names of Social Intercourse, Meeting Interesting People, and Getting Out of a Rut, I have taken, in my time, some ...
Angel of clean sheets, do you know bedbugs?
Once in a madhouse they came like specks of cinnamon
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Children pick up words as pigeons peas,
And utter them again as God shall please.
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