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" How art thou, oh my soul, stolen from thyself ! how is all thy attention broken ! my books are blank paper, and my friends intruders. I have no hope of quiet but from your pity. To grant it, would make more for your triumph. To give pain is the tyranny,... "
A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine - Page 128
by John Walker - 1811
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The Spectator, Volume 2

1729
...from thy felf ! How is all thy Attention broken! My Books are blank Papers, and my Friends Intruders. I have no hope of Quiet but from your Pity. To grant...make Happy the true Empire of Beauty. If you would confider aright, you'd find an agreeable Change in difmiffingthe Attendance of a Slave, to receive...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 4

1786
...ftolen fromthyfelf! How is all thy attemipn broken! My books are blank paper, and my friends intruders. I have no hope of quiet but from your pity -, to grant jt, would make more for your triumph. To give pain is the tyranny, to make happy^the true empire of...
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The Epistolary Correspondence of Sir Richard Steele ..

Sir Richard Steele - 1787
...from thyfelf ! how is all thy attention broken ! My books are blank paper, and my friends intruders. I have no hope of quiet but from your pity : to grant...make happy, the true empire, of beauty. If you would confider aright, you * This date is in part cut out, and fupplied with " Aug. 9, " 1671." Over "Madam,"...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1787
...paper, and my friends intruder?. I have no hope of qniet but from your pity : to grant it, would mak* more for your triumph. To give pain, is the tyranny...; to make happy, the true empire of beauty. If you woukl confider aright, you •would find an agreeable change, in difmim'ng the attendance of a flave,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 57, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1787
...books are blank paper, and my friends intruders.' I have no hope of quiet but from your pity : to gtant it, would make more fo'r your triumph. To. give pain, is the tyranny, to. Wake happv, the true empire, of beauty. If you would confider aright, you would find an 'agreeable...
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The Spectator, with Illustrative Notes: To which are Prefixed, the ..., Volume 3

1794
...from thyself! how is all my attention broken \ my books are blank paper, and my friends intruders. I have no hope of quiet but from your pity. To grant...attendance of a slave, to receive the complaisance of a companion. I bear the former in hopes of the latter condition. As I live in chains without murmuring...
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The Spectator ...

Joseph Addison - 1803
...from thyself ! how is all thy attention broken ! my books are blank paper, and my friends intruders. I have no hope of quiet but from your pity. To grant...attendance of a slave, to receive the complaisance of a companion. I bear the former in hopes of the latter condition. As I live in chains without murmuring...
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The British Essayists;: Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1808
...from thyself! how is all my attention broken ! my books are blank ]>aper, and my friends intruders. I have no hope of quiet but from your pity. To grant...your triumph. To give pain is the tyranny, to make huppy the true empire of beauty. If you would consider aright, you would find an agreeable change in...
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The school of action; a comedy

1809 - 696 pages
...from thyself! how is all thy attention broken ! My books are blank paper, and my friends intruders. I have no hope of quiet but from your pity : to grant...attendance of a slave, to receive the complaisance of a companion. I bear the former, in hopes of the latter condition. As I live in chains without murmuring...
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The Spectator, Volume 3

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1809
...attention broken ! My books are blank paper, and my friends intruders. I have no hope of quiet hut from your pity. To grant it, would make more for your triumph : to give pain is the tyranny, No. U2. THE SPECTATOR. tl to make happy the true empire of beauty. If you would consider aright, you...
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