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" The ground where they sat was diapred with Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments: round about in the forme of an Amphitheater were most curiouslie planted Pine trees, interseamed with Limons and Citrons, which with... "
The Tuftonian - Page 183
1901
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Shakespeare's Library: A Collection of the Plays, Romances ..., Page 1, Volume 2

William Carew Hazlitt - 1875
...most pleasantly scituated. The ground where they sate was diapred with Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments : round about in the forme of an Amphitheater were most curiously planted Pine trees, interseamed with Lymons and Cytrons,...
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The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare

Jean Jules Jusserand - English fiction - 1890 - 433 pages
...most pleasantlie scituated. The ground where they sat was diapred with Floras riches, as if she rnent to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments : round about, in the forme of an amphitheater were most curiouslie planted pine-trees, interseamed with limons and citrons,...
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Shakespeare's As You Like it

William Shakespeare - Exiles - 1896 - 102 pages
...Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments; round about in the forme of an Amphitheater were most curiouslie planted Pine...Limons and Citrons, which with the thicknesse of their boughes so shadowed the place, that Phoebus could not prie into the secret of that Arbour; so united...
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Shakespeare's Comedy of As You Like it

William Shakespeare - 1896 - 234 pages
...most pleasantly scituated. The ground where they sate was diapred with Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments; round about in the forme of an Amphitheater were most curiously planted Pine trees, iuterseamed with Lymons and Cytrons,...
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Shakspere's As You Like it

William Shakespeare - 1896 - 102 pages
...occasion stopped to rest. " The ground where they sat was diapred with Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments; round about in the forme of an Amphitheater were most curiouslie planted Pine trees, interseamed with Limons and Citrons,...
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Shakespeare's As You Like it

William Shakespeare - 1896 - 102 pages
...occasion stopped to rest. "The ground where they sat was diapred with Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments; round about in the forme of an Amphitheater were most curiouslie planted Pine trees, interseamed with Limons and Citrons,...
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Rosalynde: Or Euphues Golden Legacie

Thomas Lodge - Rosalind (Fictitious character) - 1592 - 123 pages
...most pleasantly scituated. The ground where they sate was diapred with Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments: round about in the forme of an Amphitheater were most curiously planted Pine trees, interseamed with Lymons and Cytrons,...
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Rosalynde: Euphues Golden Legacie, Found After His Death in His Cell at ...

Thomas Lodge - Rosalind (Fictitious character) - 1902 - 187 pages
...covert most pleasantly scituate The ground where they sate was diapred wit Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments : round about in the forme of an amphitheater were most curiously planted pine trees, interseamed with lymons and cytrons,...
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A History of English Poetry, Volume 4

William John Courthope - English poetry - 1903
...following passage : — The ground where they sate was diapred with Flora's riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments : round about in the form of an amphitheater were most curiously planted pine trees, interseamed with lymons and cytrons, which with the thickness of their...
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Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare ....: The Comedies, 1597-1603

Geoffrey Bullough - Literary Criticism - 1968 - 543 pages
...most pleasantlie scituated. The ground where they sat was diapred with Floras riches, as if she ment to wrap Tellus in the glorie of her vestments: round about in the forme of an Amphitheater were most curiouslie planted Pine trees, interseamed with Limons and Citrons,...
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