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" Lead me, lead me, my virgins! To that kind voice. My lord, my love, my refuge! Happy my eyes, when they behold thy face: My heavy heart will leave its doleful beating At sight of thee, and bound with sprightful joys. "
Plays: Viz. The Orphan, and Venice Preserv'd - Page 153
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
...fall: Sure there Is hot a Letter in his Name, a Charm to melt a Woman's Eyes.' . J.« Al<x. My • » * My Lord, my Love, my Refuge, Happy my Eyes when they...! My heavy Heart will leave its doleful Beating At Sight of thee, and bound with fprightfulfoy. Otw.Vm.Pref; Does the not come like Wifdom, or good Fortune,...
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The orphan. The history and fall of Caius Marius. Venice preserv'd. Poems ...

Thomas Otway - 1757
...Senfe to know the Curfe that's on me ? Isthisjuft dealing, Nature ? ——Beli>idera : Enter BELVJDERA. Poor Belvidera ! BELVIDERA. Lead me, lead me, my Virgins,...of thee, and bound with fprightful Joys. Oh fmile, a? when our Loves were in their Spring, And chear my fainting Soul. JAFFEIR. As when our Loves Were...
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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
...Curfe that's on me ? Is this juft Dealing, Nature ? BelviJtra ! Enter Belvidera. Poor Belvidfa ! Bel. Lead me, lead me, my Virgins, To that kind Voice....Love, my Refuge! Happy my Eyes, when they behold thy Fate ! My heavy Heart will leave its doleful Beating At Sight of thee, and bound with fprightful Joy§....
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Venice Preserved: Or, A Plot Discovered ... A Tragedy, Volume 12

Thomas Otway - Venice (Italy) - 1797 - 122 pages
...Poor Belvidera ! Bel. Lead me, lead me, my virgms, To that kind Voice. My lord, my love, my refuge t Happy my eyes, when they behold thy face ! My heavy heart will leave its doleful beating At sight of thee, and bound with sprightly joys. Oh smile ! as when our loves were in their spring, And...
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British Theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - English drama - 1792
...that's on me ? Is this just dealing, Nature? — Belvideral Enter BELVIDERA. Poor Belvidera ! Bel. Lead me, lead me, my virgins, To that kind voice. My lord, my love, my refuge I Happy my eyes, when they behold thy face 1 My heavy heart will leave its doleful beating At sight...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 2

English drama - 1795
...curfe that's on me ? Is this juft dealing, Nature ?—Belvidera! Poor Belvidera! Enter BELVIDERA. Bel. Lead me, lead me, my virgins, To that kind voice....heavy heart will leave its doleful beating At fight ofthee, and bound with fprightly joys. Oh fmile ! as when our loves were in their fprirtg, And chear...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 15

English drama - 1797
...that's on me f Is this just dealing, Nature ? — Belvidera ! Inter BELVIDERA. Poor Belvidera ! Bel. Lead me, lead me, my virgins, To that kind voice. My lord, my love, my refuge I Happy my eyes, when they behold thy face ! My heavy heart will leave its doleful beating At sight...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...that's on me ? Is this just dealing, nature ? — Belvidera ! Enter BELVIDERA. Poor Bclvidera ! Bel. Lead me, lead me, my virgins, To that kind voice....! My heavy heart will leave its doleful beating At sight of thee, and bound with sprightly joys. Oh smile ! as when our loves were in the spring, And...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...that's OB me? Is this just dealing, nature ? — Belvidera ! Enter BELVIDERA. Poor Belvidera ! Гч/ Lead me, lead me, my virgins, To that kind voice....! My heavy heart will leave its doleful beating At sight of thee, and bound with sprightly joys. Oh smile ! as when our loves were in the spring, And...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...that's OB me? Is this just dealing, nature ? — Belvidera ! Enter BELVIDEKA. Poor Belvidera ! Bel. Lead me, lead me, my virgins, To that kind voice....Happy my eyes, when they behold thy face ! My heavy hrart will leave its doleful beating At sight of thee, and bound with sprightly joys. Oh smile ! as...
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