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  • Reuben made his way up to Phil's chamber after the unceremonious manner to which he has been used in that hospitable home, while a snatch of a little songlet from Rose came floating after him along the stairs.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 100, February, 1866

  • "That yon traitor stole from me that songlet of the peach, and though he has trussed it out of countenance with gawds of his own invention still the root of the matter is mine."

    Romance of Roman Villas (The Renaissance)

  • "The reading also consumed two entire hours, but with an incredible aversion, weariness, and disgust on the part of some of the more sensible hearers, who complained that they were almost driven out by this utterly cold, threadbare songlet (_cantilena_), being extremely chagrined that the ears of the Emperor should be molested with such a lengthy array of worthless things masquerading under the name of

    Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church


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