|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7448, no. 09.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1834|
Cyder: Book I-- -- Honos erit huic quoq; Pomo? Virg. What Soil the Apple loves, what Care is due To Orchats, timeliest when to press the Fruits, Thy Gift, Pomona, in Miltonian Verse Adventrous I presume to sing; of Verse Nor skill'd, nor studious: But my Native Soil Invites me, and the Theme as yet unsung. Ye Ariconian Knights, and fairest. Page 78 - Albion, nor let civil broils Ferment from social cups: may we, remote From the hoarse, brazen sound of war, enjoy Our humid products, and with seemly draughts Enkindle mirth, and hospitable love. Too oft, alas! has mutual hatred drench'd Our swords in native blood ; too oft has pride, And hellish discord, and insatiate thirst Of others rights, our quiet discompos'd. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Cyder. a Poem. in Two Books by John Philips Hardcover Book at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Cyder: A Poem. In Two Books Paperback – by John Philips (Author) See all 16 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" Author: John Philips.
Cider (/ ˈ s aɪ d ər / SY-dər) is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of apples, although the legal definition for other fruit ciders can differ from country to country. Cider is popular in the United Kingdom (especially in the West Country) and the Republic of Ireland and widely available. The UK has the world's highest per capita consumption, as well as its largest cider. Revives 40 CYDER. Book I. i • ; Revives the Feaft-rites old: Mean while His Care Forgets not the afflicted, but content In Ads of fecret Goodnefs, fiiuns the Praife, That fure attends. Permit me, bounteous Lord, To blazon what tho’ hid will beauteous thine; And with Thy Name to dignifie my Song. Cyder: Book Ii poem by John Arthur Phillips. O Harcourt Whom th ingenuous Love of Arts Has carryd from Thy native Soil beyond Th eternal Alpine Snows and now detains. Page/5. Of Cyder-Plants finds Passage free, or else The native Verjuice of the Crab, deriv'd Thro' th' infix'd Graff, a grateful Mixture forms Of tart and sweet; whatever be the Cause, This doubtful Progeny by nicest Tastes Expected best Acceptance finds, and pays Largest Revenues to the Orchat-Lord. Some think, the Quince and Apple wou'd combine.
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