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7 Famous Quotes by Horace Smith and James Smith

I saw them go; one horse was blind, The tails of both hung down behind, Their shoes were on their feet.

Horses Quotes, by Horace Smith and James Smith , Source: Rejected Addresses--The Baby's Debut

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The apples that grew on the fruit-tree of knowledge By woman were pluck'd, and she still wears the prize To tempt us in theatre, senate, or college-- I mean the love-apples that bloom in the eyes. - Horace Smith and James Smith,

Apples Quotes, by Horace Smith and James Smith , Source: Rejected Addresses--The Living Lustres by T.M. (5)

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Hence, dear delusion, sweet enchantment hence! - Horace Smith and James Smith,

Visions Quotes, by Horace Smith and James Smith , Source: Rejected Addresses--An Address without a Phoenix--By "S.T.P.", (not an imitation, initials used to p

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Hail, glorious edifice, stupendous work! God bless the Regent, and the Duke of York.

Royalty Quotes, by Horace Smith and James Smith , Source: Rejected Addresses--Loyal Effusion (l. 1)

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For dear is the Emerald Isle of the ocean, Whose daughters are fair as the foam of the wave, Whose sons unaccustom'd to rebel commotion, Tho' joyous, are sober--tho' peaceful, are brave.

Ireland Quotes, by Horace Smith and James Smith , Source: Rejected Addresses--Imitation of Moore

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The three black graces, Law, Physic, and Divinity.

Grace Quotes, by Horace Smith and James Smith , Source: Punch's Holiday

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Midnight, yet not a nose From Tower Hill to Piccadilly snored!

Midnight Quotes, by Horace Smith and James Smith , Source: Rejected Addresses--The Rebuilding, (imitation of Southey)

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