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" While gradual parties fill our widen'd pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit. At first, while vacant seats give choice and ease, Distant or near, they settle where they please ; But when the multitude contracts the span, And seats are rare,... "
Rejected Addresses: And Other Poems - Página 367
de James Smith - 1860 - 414 páginas
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review by Francis Jeffrey, Volume 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...the gallery pane Tinge with his beam the beams of Drury Lane, While gradual parties fill our widen'd pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit....settle where they can. " Now the full benches, to late comers, doom. No room for standing, miscall'd standing room. " Hark ! the check-taker moody silence...
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Volume 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...contracts the span, And seats are rare, they settle where they can. " Now the full benches, to late comers, doom No room for standing, miscall'd standing room....silence breaks, And bawling «Pit full,' gives the cheqk be takes."—pp. 116,1 IT. The tuning of the orchestra is given with the game spirit and fidelity...
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Rejected addresses: or The new theatrum poetarum. By J. & H. Smith

James Smith - 1855 - 106 páginas
...the gallery pane Tinge with his beam the beams of Drury Lane, While gradual parties fill our widen'd pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit....they settle where they can. Now the full benches, to late comers doom No room for standing, miscall'd standing room. Hark ! the check-taker moody silence...
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The humorous poetry of the english language

J. Parton - 1856
...the gallery-pane Tinge with his beams the beams of Drury Lane; While gradual parties fill our widened pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit....they settle where they can. "Now the full benches to late comers doom No room for standing, miscalled standing-room. Hark! the check-taker moody silence...
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The Humorous Poetry of the English Language: From Chaucer to Saxe

James Parton - 1856 - 689 páginas
...Tin^re with his beams the beams of Drury Lane ; "W hi lie gradual parties fill our widened pit, .A.n4l gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit. -At first,...please ; But when the multitude contracts the span, seats are rare, they settle where they can. . the full benches to late comers doom room for standing,...
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Beautiful poetry, selected by the ed. of The Critic

Beautiful poetry - 1857
...the gallery-pane Tinge with his beam the beams of Drury Lane; While gradual parties fill our widen'd pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit. At first, while vacant seats gives choice and ease, Distant or near, they settle where they please ; But when the multitude contracts...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 48

1860
...While gradual parties fill our widen'd pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit. At lii si while vacant seats give choice and ease, Distant or...they settle where they can. Now the full benches to late comers doom No room for standing, miscalled standing-room. ••• •*• ••• •••...
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George Crabbe: a Biography

Edward Clodd - 1865 - 76 páginas
...the gallery-pane Tinge with his beam the beams of Drury-Lane; While gradual parties fill our widen'd pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit....they can. Now the full benches to late-comers doom, Nor room for standing, miscall'd standing-room. Hark! the check-taker moody silence breaks, And bawling...
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George Crabbe: a Biography

Edward Clodd - 1865 - 76 páginas
...Phcebns through Ttnije with his beam the beams of Drury-Lane ; While gradual parties fill our widen'd pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit....seats give choice and ease, Distant or near, they Kettle where they please ; Hut when the multitude contracts the span, And seat* are rare, they settle...
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The Book of Humorous Poetry

1867 - 464 páginas
...the gallery-pane Tinge with his beam the beams of Drury Lane ; While gradual parties fill our widen'd pit, And gape, and gaze, and wonder, ere they sit....to late-comers doom No room for standing, miscall'd standing-room. Hark ! the check-taker moody silence breaks, And bawling ' Pit full !' gives the check...
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