Was never eie did see that face,Was never eare did heare that tong,Was never minde did minde his grace,That ever thought the travell long;But eies and eares and ev'ry thoughtWere with his sweete perfections caught.
Was never eie did see that face, Was never eare did heare that tong, Was never minde did minde his grace, That ever thought the travell long, But eies and eares and ev'ry thought Were with his sweete perfections caught.Mathew Royden, An Elegie, On the Death of Sir Philip Sidney.
A heare of the dog that bote vs last night.A hair of the dog that bit us last night.
Who is so deafe or so blinde as is hee That wilfully will neither heare nor see?Part II, chapter 9. (Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. (1919))
Howe: Howe: who is heare: I, Robin of Doncaster, and Margaret my feare. That I spent, that I had; That I gave, that I have; That I left, that I lost.Epitaph of Robert Byrkes, in Doncaster Church. Richard Gough, Sepulchral Monuments of Great Britain; reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations (1922), p. 234.
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