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" Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife, nor his ox, if you love me as I love you no knife can cut our love in two. "
Literary Frivolities, Fancies, Follies and Frolics - Page 280
de William T. Dobson - 1880 - 288 pages
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Medii Ævi Kalendarium: Or, Dates, Charters, and Customs of the ..., Volume 1

Robert Thomas Hampson - 1841 - 512 pages
...or other trifling article in exchange. In the words of an old song — " He bought a ring with posy true; — ' If you love me as I love you. No knife can cut our loves in two.' " To find a knife or a razor portends disappointment ; a piece of coal of a hollow form...
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The Family friend [ed. by R.K. Philp].

Robert Kemp Philp - 1864 - 1126 pages
...others. LILT H. Every breathing of a loving heart. The mother's gaze when fixed upon her only chiM. "If you love me as I love you," no knife can cut our love in two.— ISABEL. What brothers and sisters should crer be to each other . —SPECTATOR. What every good person...
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Ballou's Monthly Magazine, Volumes 29 à 30

1869 - 1180 pages
...it, I like you next to a new bunnet" Bays Jim to Sue, "My heart you've busted; but I have always gals mistrusted." Says Sue to Jim, ' I will be true ; if you love me as I lore yon, no knife can cut our love in two." Says Jim to Sne, "Thro* thick and thin, if you are true,...
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Literary Frivolities, Fancies, Follies and Frolics

William T. Dobson - 1880 - 348 pages
...when bees and birds were all in tune, two lovers walked beneath the moon. The night was fair — so was the maid ; they walked and talked beneath the...his nose just touched her straw hat brim : four lips met — went ahem ! ahem ! And then— and then — and then — then ! Oh girls, beware of men in...
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St. Nicholas, Conducted by M.M. Dodge, Volume 9

Saint-Nicholas - 1882 - 1034 pages
...explanatory expression upon his broad, freckled face. "A •wattintine, Lady Ann, is a — a — well, if you love me as I love you, no knife can cut our love in two, and I send you a waluntine. No, that is n't quite right, because I might be violently attached to you,...
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The New England Magazine, Volume 16 ;Volume 22

1897 - 832 pages
...astronomy, and wrote with all the ardor of his young heart on the fly-leaf of Ann's book the old rhyme: "If you love me as I love you, No knife can cut our love in two." We cannot but admire the independent manner of his writing and the grand flourishes he draws under...
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The Graysons: A Story of Illinois

Edward Eggleston - 1887 - 398 pages
...doggerel couplets that have perhaps done duty since the art of writing became known to the Anglo-Saxons. " If you love me as I love you, No knife can cut our love in two," was a favorite with the swains of the country school-house; but " The rose is red, the violet's blue,...
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A California Tramp and Later Footprints: Or, Life on the Plains and in the ...

Thaddeus Stevens Kenderdine - 1888 - 458 pages
...rolled it from cheek to cheek as a sweet morsel, hear her read the couplet on the " secret " paper : " If you love me as I love you, No knife can cut our love in two" — to hear their mutual tittering thereat ; to see how dexterously Bob threw down calicoes and muslins,...
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Mr. Peters: A Novel

Riccardo Stephens - 1897 - 434 pages
...away." " Short, and to the point, eh ? " said Lucius anxiously, after reading this, but Tom laughed. " If you love me as I love you, No knife can cut our love in two," he quoted. " Sounds awfully like a motto out of a Christmas cracker, doesn't it ? " and Lucius waxed...
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The Scrap-book: It Being a Thousand Gems of Prose and Poetry

Edward Louis Colen Ward - 1899 - 412 pages
...look, By my blue-eyed sweetheart so fondly true, In the dear old school days long years ago — " It you love me as I love you, No knife can cut our love in two." That " Saunders' Speller," so tattered and torn, Has always a halo of romance worn, And never a poet...
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