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" My stomach is not ruled by other men's, And grumbling for a reason, quaintly begs Wherefore should master rise before the hens Have laid their eggs ? Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint flushes in the east awaken ? A fig, say I, for any streaky... "
Temple Bar - 第 423 頁
1861
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF THOMAS HOOD

1861
...grumbling for a reason, quaintly begs Wherefore should master rise before the hensHave laid their eggs ? Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint flushes in the east awaken 2° A fig, say I, for any streaky part, Excepting bacon. An early riser Mr. Gray has drawn, Who used...
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The Bradfordian, 第 1 期

1862
...their eggs. Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint blushes in the eastern waken ? A fig I say for any streaky part Excepting bacon. An early riser...the sun upon the upland lawn, Well, he died young, With charwomen, such early hours agree, And sweeps that earn betimes their bit and sup, But I'm no...
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Hand-book of Hamilton, Bothwell, Blantyre, and Uddingston: with a Directory ...

Angus Macpherson - 1862 - 114 頁
...matter-of-fact friend mentally ejaculating — " Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint blushes in the East awaken ? ' A fig,' say I, ' for any streaky part. Excepting bacon. So here I'll lie, my morning walk deferring, Till something nearer to the stroke of noon : A man that's...
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Birds and bird-life, by F.T. Buckland and other naturalists

Francis Trevelyan Buckland - 1863
...smell of sweet herbs at the morning prime — Only lie long enough, and bed becomes A bed of time. " Why from a comfortable pillow start, To see faint...fig, say I, for any streaky part, Excepting bacon ! " This is all very well for pleasantry. But it remains a sober truth, that those who have spent the...
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The Works of Thomas Hood, 第 1 卷

Thomas Hood - 1864
...grumbling for a reason, quaintly begs Wherefore should master rise before the hens Have laid their eggs 7 Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint flushes in the e;ist awaken '? A fig, say I, for any streaky part, Excepting bacon. An early riser Mr. Gray has drawn,...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Hood: With a Memoir, 第 2 卷

Thomas Hood - 1867
...grumbling for a reason, quaintly begs Wherefore should master rise before the Kens Have laid their eggs ? Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint flushes...upon the upland lawn " — Well — he died young. With charwomen such early hours agree, And sweeps that earn betimes their bit and sup ; But I'm no...
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Select Academic Speaker: Containing a Large Number of New and Appropriate ...

Henry Coppée - 1867 - 546 頁
...grumbling for a reason, quaintly begs Wherefore should master rise before the hens Have laid their eggs ? Why from a comfortable pillow start To see faint flushes...upon the upland lawn" — Well — he died young. With charwomen such early hours agree, And sweeps that earn betimes their bit and sup ; But I'm no...
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The Garland of Poetry for the Young: A Selection in Four Parts, 第 1-2 卷

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - 1868
...grumbling for a reason, quaintly begs Wherefore should master rise before the hens Have laid their eggs ? An early riser Mr. Gray has drawn, Who used to haste...upon the upland lawn " — Well — he died young ! With charwomen such early hours agree, And sweeps that earn betimes their bit and sup ; But I'm no...
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The class and standard series of reading books. 5 pt. [in 7].

Charles Bilton - 1868
...smell of sweet herbs at the morning prime — Only lie long enough, and bed becomes A bed of time. Why from a comfortable pillow start, To see faint...fig, say I, for any streaky part, Excepting bacon ! It is to be feared there are many who practise what is thus jocularly expressed ; but it should never...
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The Garland of Poetry for the Young: A Selection in Four Parts

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - 1868
...reason, quaintly begs "Wherefore should master rise before the hens Have laid their eggs t An early rifer Mr. Gray has drawn, Who used to haste the dewy grass...upon the upland lawn " — Well — he died young ! With charwomen such early hours agree, And sweeps that,carn betimes their bit and sup ; But I'm no...
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