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American Type Founders Company / Specimen book and catalogue, 1923 : dedicated to the typographic art
(1923)

Types: the choicest selection of publicity types for the commercial printer and the general advertiser,   pp. [unnumbered]-396


Page 20d

c- Garden 'Book of
English Verse
Edited by
EMILY MILFORD
CLELAND BORDER
CHAPTER F(
The Green Cut
C     OUNTLESS moments pas                  III go wztb y
motionless in the hallwa
the curtained door throu           '3.
disappeared. A great fear that th
unseen held his eyes riveted to
that seemed gradually to be fuse
half-crazed stare. Now the branches of the trees in the
woodland background appeared to sway, the sunlight
danced on the grass, the sheep began to move about in
their browsing, and the eyes of the sleeping shepherd
maid seemed to flicker as if she were at last awakening
from her long slumber. Suddenly he started. For the
first time Stewart noticed that the shepherdess looked
strangely like Isabelle. He crept stealthily closer to the
paftoral scene. Yes, hewas sure ofit; it was she. Instead
of passing behind the tapestry she had slipped quietly
into the piaure to spend the rest of her days peacefully
dreaming under the flowered arbor. The flowing green
curtain had eternally separated them; it had taken her
from him. The thought of it maddened him. He was
filled with a frantic desire to wrench the curtain from
the door and tear it in shreds. Suddenly a voice called
L/3
Love
Lyrics
of
Old
France
Translated
and Edited
by
ARTHUR
CREIGHTON
WARNER
Volume
One
20d
) I
ROBERT
HERRICK
CLELAND ORNAMENT
To Daffodils
Fair daffodils, we weep to see
You haste away so soon;
,.s yet the early rising sun
Has not attain'd his noon.
Stay, stay
Until the hasting day
Has run
'But to the evensong;
cand having pray'd together, we
ol aong.
I
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