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Forster quotes Chorleys remark that Nothing could be compared with the intimacy of their mutual musical sympathy.
THE VIOLONCELLO AND ITS HISTORYWILHELM JOSEPH VON WASIELEWSKI
He quotes the verse in question, and it proves to be none other than the good old rhyme: "Ladybird, Ladybird, fly away home!"
Steevens quotes Dekker, Guls Hornbook: "on the very rushes where the comedy is to daunce."
SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGEDY OF ROMEO AND JULIETWILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Mr Hunter then quotes the words of the original record, which is in Norman-French.
In 45 and 90 Murphy quotes passages from Akenside with great approval, including one that is later parodied by Florid.
THE ENGLISHMAN FROM PARISARTHUR MURPHY
"'Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit,'" quotes she, wickedly, in a low tone.
The author then quotes the passage from Gerard where mention is made of the Barnacle.
Phillimore (I. 283) quotes two interesting State servitudes which belong to the past.
INTERNATIONAL LAW. A TREATISE. VOLUME I (OF 2)LASSA FRANCIS OPPENHEIM
Ainsworth gives authority for "hospes" meaning host as well as guest, and quotes Ovid's Metamorphoses in support of it.
Mrs. Sutherland-Orr had access to these letters for her biography of Robert Browning, and quotes several passages from them.
THE LETTERS OF ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING (1 OF 2)FREDERIC G. KENYON