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" Pills to Purge Melancholy' (1707), of which the first verse is — How happy is the mortal that lives by his mill! That depends on his own, not on Fortune's wheel; By the sleight of his hand, and the strength of his back, How merrily his mill goes, clack,... "
Games and songs of American children, collected and compared by W.W. Newell - Strana 89
autor/autoři: American children - 1883
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Merry Songs and Ballads, Prior to the Year 1800, Svazek 3

John Stephen Farmer - 1897
...HAPPY'S THE MORTAL" [c. 1707] [From Pills to Purge Melancholy (1707), i. 144; with music]. How Happy's the Mortal, That lives by his Mill; That depends on his own, Not on Fortune's Wheel: By the slight of his hand, And the strength of his Back; How merrily, how merrily, His Mill goes Clack, clack,...
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The Play Party in Indiana

1916
...first stanza of the ballad is remarkably like certain American versions of the game song: How happy's the mortal that lives by his mill, That depends on...his hand, and the strength of his back How merrily this mill goes clack, clack, clack. A dialogue song "Oh Jenny, Jenny, Where Hast Thou Been?" follows...
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The Artisan in Elizabethan Literature

Charles Wellner Camp - 1923 - 171 str.
...ballad that relates to the contentment of a miller, as a few lines of it will illustrate. How happy the mortal That lives by his mill; That depends on his own, Not on fortune's wheel. His mill goes clack, clack, clack, How merrily, how merrily, His mill goes clack. The tinker is a stock...
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