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Was Elizabeth and Margaret Meagher, how sweetlie they did play
And al the faire riuers were ful of other flowers sweetlie growing among their greene and fresh leaues.
New-Yorkere, and ever callyth a calf a cäff, and a laugh a läff, which soundeth far more sweetlie, even like the _lingua Toscana in bocca
How sweetlie the Moon shines through my Casement to-night!
Centuries_, doe affirme thatt not to bloshe is a sign of noble bloods and gentyl lineage -- for itt may bee planely seene that every base-borne churle's daughter blosheth, if thatt yee give hir a poke under ye chinn, whereas ye countesse of highe degre only smileth sweetlie and sayth merily, '_Aha! messire -- tu voys que mon joly couer est endormy_!' for shee well knoweth that a gentyllman, like ye kynge, can doe noe wronge.