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" Hail to you, horrors ! hail, thou house of death ! And thou, the lovely mistress of these shades, Whose beauty gilds the more than midnight darkness, And makes it grateful as the dawn of day. Oh, take me in, a fellow-mourner, with thee, I'll number groan... "
The mysterious freebooter; or, The days of queen Bess - Page 227
by Francis Lathom - 1806
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The ambitious step-mother. Tamerlane. The fair penitent. Ulysses

Nicholas Rowe - English drama - 1720
...And thou the lovely Miflrefs of theie Shades, \V hofe Beauty gilds the more than midnight Darknefs, And makes it grateful as the Dawn of Day. Oh! take me in a Fellow- Mourner with thee, I'll number Groan for Groan, and Tear for Tear ; And when the Fountain of...
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Dramatic Works

Nicholas Rowe - 1720
...'And thou the lovely Miftrefs of thefe Shades, Whofe Beauty gilds the more than midnight Darknefs, And makes it grateful as the Dawn of Day. Oh ! take me in a Fellow- Mourner with thee, I'll number Groan for Groan, and Tear for Tear ; And when the Fountain of...
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The Works: The ambitious step-mother. Tamerlane. The fair penitent. Ulysses

Nicholas Rowe - 1766
...t And thou the lovely Miftrefs of thefe Shades, Whofe Beauty gilds the more than midnight Darknefs, And makes it grateful as the Dawn of Day. Oh ! take...thee, I'll number Groan for Groan, and Tear for Tear .t And when the Fountains of thy Eyes are dry, Mine mall fupply the Stream, and weep for both. CALIST...
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British Theatre: Alzira, by Aaron Hill [adapted from Voltaire] 1791. The ...

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...of death ! And thou, the lovely mistress of these shades, Whose beauty gilds the more than midnight darkness, And makes it grateful as the dawn of day. Oh, take me in, a fellow -mourner, with thee, I'll number groan for groan, and tear for tear; And when the fountain of...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 2

English drama - 1795
...And thou, the lovely miftrefs of thefe fhades, Whofe beauty gilds the more than midnight darknefs, And makes it grateful as the dawn of day. Oh, take...a fellow-mourner, with thee, I'll number groan for gioan, and tear for tear ; And when the fountain of thy eyes are dry, Mine mall fupply the ftream,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Douglas, by J. Home. ... The alchymist, altered from ...

English drama - 1797
...of death ! And thou, the lovely mistress of these shades, Whose beauty gilds the more than midnight darkness, And makes it grateful as the dawn of day....number groan for groan, and tear for tear; And when the fountain of thy eyes are dry, Mine shall supply the stream, and weep for both. Cat. I know thee well,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 3

English drama - 1797
...of death ! And thou, the lovely mistress of these shades, Whose beauty gilds the more than midnight darkness, And makes it grateful as the dawn of day....number groan for groan, and tear for tear; And when the fountain of thy eyes are dry, Mine shall supply the stream, and weep for both. Cal. I know thee well,...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...house of death ! And thou, the lovely mistress of the shades, Whose beauty gilds the more than midnight darkness, And makes it grateful as the dawn of day,...groan for groan, and tear for tear ; And when the fountain of thy eyes is dry, Mine shall supply the stream, and weep for both. Cal. I know thee well...
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The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the ..., Volume 1, Issue 1

English drama - 1804
...house of death ! And thou, the lovely mistress of the shades, Whose beauty gilds the more than midnight darkness, And makes it grateful as the dawn of day,...groan for groan, and tear for tear ; And when the fountain of thy eyes is dry, Mine shall supply the stream, and weep tor both. Cal. I know thee well...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...! And thou, the lovely mistress of the shades, Whose beauty gilds the more than midnight dartness, And makes it grateful as the dawn of day, Oh, take...number groan for groan, and tear for tear; And when the fountain of thy eyes is dry, Mine shall supply the stream, and weep for both. Cat. I know thee well...
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