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" Let others in the jolting coach confide, Or in the leaky boat the Thames divide; Or, box'd within the chair, contemn the street, And trust their safety to another's feet, Still let me walk; for oft the sudden gale Ruffles the tide, and shifts the dang'rous... "
The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series ... - עמוד 452
מאת Samuel Johnson - 1810 - 547 דפים
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Once Upon a Time, כרך 1

Charles Knight - 1854
...external London of a hundred and twenty years ago, is enthusiastic in his preference for walking : " Let others in the jolting coach confide, Or in the leaky boat the Thames divide, Or, hox'd within the chair, contemn the street, And trust their safety to another's feet : Still let me...
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Once Upon a Time, כרך 2

Charles Knight - 1854
...of a hundred and twenty years ago, is enthusiastic in his preference for walking : " Let others ill the jolting coach confide, Or in the leaky boat the Thames divide, Or, box'J within the chair, contemn the street, And trust their safety to another's feet: Still let me...
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Once Upon a Time

Charles Knight - 1859 - 531 דפים
...jolting co«ch confide, Or in the leaky boat the Thames divide, Or, box'd withiu the chair, contemn tho street, And trust their safety to another's feet: Still let me walk.' But what a walk has he described ! Ho sets out — as what sensible man would not? — with his feet...
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The British Poets, כרך 1

1866
...for breath ; Nor from your restless couch is heard the groan Of burning gout or sedentary stone. sio Let others in the jolting coach confide, Or in the...feet: Still let me walk ; for oft the sudden gale su Ruffles the tide, and shifts the dangerous sail : Then shall the passenger too late deplore The...
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Chaucer to Burns

Rossiter Johnson - 1876
...vain for breaih . Nor from your restless couch is heard the groan Of burning gout, or sedentary stone. ven Now a a 7 divido ; Or, box'd within the chair, contemn the Btrect, And trust their safety to another's feet :...
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A Book about Travelling, Past and Present ...

Thomas Allan Croal - 1877 - 608 דפים
...was a solitary, unsocial mode of procedure, and when we read, in Gay's Trivia, of those who, Boxed within the chair, contemn the street, And trust their safety to another's feet, we feel that the person within and the persons without were literally " wide as the poles asunder,"...
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Walks in London, כרך 1

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1878
...discomforts of the streets, however, then made all means of locomotion unpleasant : thus Gay says — " Let others in the jolting coach confide, Or in the...their safety to another's feet : Still let me walk." Cabs are unlimited, and Hansom-cabs, so named from their inventor. Omnibuses, only introduced from...
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Walks in London, כרך 1

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1878
...discomforts of the streets, however, then made all means of locomotion unpleasant : thus Gay says — " Let others in the jolting coach confide, Or in the...chair, contemn the street, , And trust their safety tq another's feet ; Still let me walk." r , ~ * . , Not only are the pavements improved, and thp r>r...
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Walks in London, כרך 1

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1878 - 511 דפים
...made all means of locomotion unpleasant : thus Gay says— " Let others in the jolting coach confider Or in the leaky boat the Thames divide, Or, box'd...their safety to another's feet : Still let me walk." Not only are the pavements improved, and the streets lighted by gas, but we have now every facility...
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Introductory memoir, longer poems, Epistles and epistolatory verse. Eclogues ...

John Gay - 1893
...for breath ; Nor from your restless couch is heard the groan Of burning gout, or sedentary stone. 510 Let others in the jolting coach confide, Or in the...feet, Still let me walk ; for oft the sudden gale 515 Ruffles the tide, and shifts the dangerous sail. Then shall the passenger too late deplore The...
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