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" Had baked thy blood, and made it heavy, thick, (Which, else, runs tickling up and down the veins, Making that idiot, laughter, keep men's eyes, And strain their cheeks to idle merriment, A passion hateful to my purposes... "
The mysterious freebooter; or, The days of queen Bess - Page 292
by Francis Lathom - 1806
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Edinburgh Dramatic Review, Volumes 7-9

1824
...keep men's eyes, . And strain their cheeks to idle merriment, A passion hateful to my purposes, — Or if that thou couldst see me without eyes, Hear me without tliine ears, and make reply Without a tongue, using conceit alone, "Without eyes, ears, and harmful...
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The Mysterious Freebooter, Or The Days of Queen Bess: A Romance

Francis Lathom - 1828 - 854 pages
...unto the drowsy race of night; I/ this same were a churchyard where we stand, And th i in poisessed with a thousand wrongs ; Or, if that surly spirit,...see me without eyes, Hear me without thine ears, and nuke reply Without a tongue, using conceit alone I would into thy bosom pour my thoughts. KING .Tons....
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The Plays and Poems of William Shakespeare: Accurately Printed from the Text ...

William Shakespeare - 1833 - 1064 pages
...laughter, keep men's eyes, And strain their cheeks to idle merriment, A passion hateful to my purposes;) ; Our ears are cudgel'd : not a word of his, But buffets better tha cars, and make reply Without a tongue, using conceit alone, 2 ') Without eyes, ears, and harmful sound...
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Arvon; or The trials

Charles Mitchell Charles - 1855
...time ne'er so slow, Yet it shall come for me to do thee good. I had a thing to say — But let it go. Or if that thou couldst see me without eyes, Hear me without thine ears, aud make reply Without a tongue, using conceit alone, Without eyes, ears, and harmful sound of words,...
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The Shakespeare Phrase Book

John Bartlett - 1881 - 1034 pages
...i. They shoot but calm words folded up in smoke, To make a faithless error in your ears ... ii. i. iii. 3. Life is as tedious as a twice-told tale Vexing the dull ear of a drowsy man iii. 4. Let my...
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The Shakespeare Phrase Book

John Bartlett - 1881 - 1034 pages
...Drawn in the flattering table of her eye 1 Hanged in the frowning wrinkle of her brow I . . ii. i. , ii. a. Neglecting an attempt of ease and gain To wake and wage a d iii. 3. When fortune means to men most good, She looks upon them with a threatening eye . . . iii....
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The Elocutionist's Annual ...: Comprising New and Popular Readings ...

Mrs. J. W. Shoemaker - Readers - 1881
...laughter, keep men's eyes, And strain their cheeks to idle merriment (A passion hateful to my purposes); Or if that thou couldst see me without eyes, Hear me without thiue ears, and make reply Without a tongue, using conceit alone, Without eyes, ears, and harmful sound...
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Winter's tale. Com. errors. Macbeth. K. John

William Shakespeare - 1887
...laughter, keep men's eyes, And strain their cheeks to idle merriment, A passion hateful to my purposes ;) Or if that thou could'st see me without eyes, Hear me without tlu'ne ears, and make reply Without a tongue, using conceit alone, Without eyes, ears, and harmful...
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Tales from Shakespeare ...: Continuation by H.S. Morris : Love's labour's ...

Charles Lamb - 1893
...thousand wrongs, or if that surly spirit, melancholy, had baked thy blood and made it heavy-thick, or if that thou couldst see me without eyes, hear me without ears, and make reply without a tongue, using conceit alone, then, in despite of watchful day, I would...
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Tales from Shakespeare

Harrison Smith Morris - 1895
...thousand wrongs, or if that surly spirit, melancholy, had baked thy blood and made it heavy-thick, or if that thou couldst see me without eyes, hear me without ears, and make reply without a tongue, using conceit alone, then, in despite of watchful day, I would...
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