William Benson Earle
(1740 - 1796)

Earle : Marked you her eye? : illustration

Marked you her eye?
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From "Eight Glees compos'd by W.B.Earle, Esqr." London, c.1780.

Earle was an aristocrat and philanthropist who lived much of his life in the Close, Salisbury. He was a keen amateur musician who wrote several well-crafted glees.
Lyrics: Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Marked you her eye of heav'nly blue?
Marked you her cheek of roseate hue?
That eye in liquid circles moving,
That cheek abashed at man's approving.
The one, love's arrows dancing round,
The other, blushing at the wound.