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" I trusted: — (who from faults is always free?) And the short progress of one fatal day Was all the space 'twixt wealth and poverty. Where could I seek for comfort or for aid ? To whom the ruins of my state commend? Left to myself, abandon'd and betray'd,... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 462
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1779
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry, Volumes 9-10

John Bell - English poetry - 1789
...Where could I seek for comfort, or for aid ?_ To whom the ruins of my state commend ? Left to myself, abandon'd, and betray'd, Too late I found the wretched have no friend ! E'en he amid the rest, the favor'd youth, Whose vows had met the tenderest warm return, Forgot his oaths of constancy...
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The Beauties of Ancient Poetry: Intended as a Companion to the Beauties of ...

Anthologies - 1794 - 204 pages
...\Vhere could I feck for comfort or for aid ? To whom the ruins of my flate commend? Left tomyfelf, abandon'd and betray'd, Too late I found the wretched...the reft, the favour'd youth, Whofe vows had met the tenderell warm return, Forgot his oaths of conftancy and truth, And left my child in folitude to mourn....
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The beauties of ancient poetry

Beauties - 1794
...the ruins of my flate commend? Left tom yfelf, abandon'd and betray'd, Too late I found the wretehed have no friend ! E'en he, amid the reft, the favour'd...met the tendereft warm return, Forgot his oaths of conflancy and truth, And left my child in folitude to mourn. Pity in vain ftreteh'd forth her feeble...
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Specimens of the British poets

British poets - 1809
...Where could I seek for comfort, or for aid ? To whom the ruins of my state commend ? Jvf'i. to myself, abandon'd, and betray'd, Too late I found, the wretched have no friend ! E'en he amid the rest, the favour'd youth, Whose vows had met the tenderest warm return, Forgot his oaths of constancy...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

Classical poetry - 1822
...Where could I seek for comfort or for aid ? To whom the ruins of my state commend? Left to myself, abandon'd and betray'd, Too late I found, the wretched have no friend! E'en he amid the rest, the favour'd youth, Whose vows had met the tenderest warm return , Forgot his oaths of constancy...
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Elegant Extracts: Pindaric, Horatian, and other odes

English poetry - 1826
...seek for comfort, or for aid ? To whom the ruins of tny state commend ? Left to myself, abanuori'd, and betray'd, Too late I found the wretched have no friend ! E'en he amid the rest, the favour'd youth, Whose vows had met the tenderest warm return, Forgot his oaths of constancy...
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The reciter's companion; comprising the most popular recitations, comic ...

Reciter - 1848
...Where could I seek for comfort or for aid ? To whom the ruin of my state commend ? Left to myself, abandon'd and betray'd, Too late I found the wretched have no friend ! E'en he, amid the rest — the favour'd youth Whose vows had met the tenderest warm return — Forgot his oaths of constancy...
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The reciter's companion; comprising the most popular recitations, comic ...

Reciter - 1848
...Where could I seek for comfort or for aid ? To whom the ruin of my state commend ? Left to myself, abandon'd and betray'd, Too late I found the wretched have no friend ! E'en he, amid the rest—the favour'd youth Whose vows had met the tenderest warm return Forgot his oaths of constancy...
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