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" On what cold stone hast thou been stretched along, Gathering the grumbling winds about thy head, To mix with theirs the accents of thy woes ? Oh, now I find the cause my love forsakes me ! I am no longer fit to bear a share In his concernments : my weak... "
Plays: Viz. The Orphan, and Venice Preserv'd - Page 187
by Thomas Otway - 1767 - 280 pages
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The Art of English Poetry Containing: Rules for making verses. A collection ...

Edward Bysshe - English language - 1710 - 554 pages
...Spreading thy Wings, come fettle on my Breaft, And hatch warm Comforts there, e'er Sorrows freeze it. Why then, poor Mourner, in what baleful Corner Haft...talking with that Witch, the Night ? On what cold Stone haft thou been ftretch'd along, Gathering the grumbling Winds about thy Head, To mix with theirs...
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The orphan. The history and fall of Caius Marius. Venice preserv'd. Poems ...

Thomas Otway - 1757
...Spreading thy Wings, come fettle on my Breaft, And hatch warm Comfort there, ere Sorrows freeze. EELVIDERA. Why then, poor Mourner, in what baleful Corner Haft...been talking with that Witch the Night ? On what cold Stone haft thou been ftretch'd along, Gathering the grumbling Winds about thy Head, To mix with theirs...
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Venice Preserv'd: Or, a Plot Discover'd. A Tragedy. Written by Mr. Thomas Otway

Thomas Otway - Venice (Italy) - 1766 - 84 pages
...Spreading thy Wings, come fettle on my Breaft And hatch warm comforts there, e're Sorrow freeze it. Bcl-j. Why then, poor Mourner, in what baleful Corner Haft...talking with that Witch, the Night ? On what cold Stone haft thou been ftretch'd along, Gathering the grumbling Winds about thy Head, To mix with theirs...
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Venice Preserved: Or, A Plot Discovered ... A Tragedy, Volume 12

Thomas Otway - Venice (Italy) - 1797 - 122 pages
...Hast thou been talking, with that witch, the night i " On what cold stone hast thou been stretch'd along, " Gathering the grumbling winds about thy head, " To mix with theirs, the accents of thy woes ? f'Oh] now I find the cause my love forsakes me;. " I am no longer fit to bear a share " In his concernments...
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British Theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - English drama - 1792
...that witch, the night ? " On what cold stone hast thou been stretch'd along, " Gathering the gmmbling winds about thy head, " To mix with theirs, the accents of thy woes ? " Oh ! now I find the cause my love forsakes me; " I am no longer fit to bear a share " In his concernments — My weak female...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 2

English drama - 1795
...thy wings, come fettle on my breaft " And hatch warm comforts there, e're forrows freeze it. " Bel. Why then, poor mourner, in what baleful corner " Haft...with theirs, the accents of thy woes ? " Oh ! now 1 find the caufe my love forfakes me ; " I am no longer fit to bear a fhare " In his concernments—My...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 15

English drama - 1797
...Hast thou been talking, with that witch, the night ? " On what cold stone hast thou been stretch'd along, " Gathering the grumbling winds about thy head,...theirs, the accents of thy woes ? " Oh ! now I find the cause my love forsakes me ; " I am no longer fit to bear a share " In his concernments — My weak...
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The children of the abbey, Volume 4

Regina Maria Roche - 1800
...corner Hift thou baen talking with that wirch— the night ? On what cold (lone haft 'hoa been (tretuh'd along, Gathering the grumbling winds about thy head, To mix with theirs the accents of thy woes ? OTWAY. A.MAVDA had not reached the parlour, when the door opened, and Mrs. Connel came from it. "...
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Sharpe's British Theatre, Volume 7

English drama - 1804
...the night? " On what cold stone hast thou heen stretctrd along, " Gathering the grumhling winds ahout thy head, " To mix with theirs, the accents of thy woes ' " Oh ! now I find the canse my love forsakes me , " I am no longer fit to hear a share " In his concernments — My weak...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...Hast tlxni been talking, with that witch, the night ? Un what cold stone hast thou beeji stretclied along, Gathering the grumbling winds about thy head, To mix with theirs, the accent of thy woes ? Oh ! now I find the cause my love forsakes me ; I am no longer fit to bear a share...
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