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" I'm only troubled, The life I bear is worn to such a rag, 'Tis scarce worth giving. I could wish, indeed, We threw it from us with a better grace; That, like two lions taken in the toils, We might at least thrust out our paws, and wound The hunters that... "
The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v - Page 213
1804
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The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: In Six Volumes, Volume 4

John Dryden - 1717
...Lite I bear, is worn to fuch a Rag, 'Tis fcarce worth giving. 1 could wifh indeed We threw it from i'S with a better Grace; That, like two Lions taken in the Toils, We might at Icaft thruft out our Paws, and wound The Hunters that inclofe us. Ai>t. I have thought on't. VtfitJius,...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

English drama - 1776
...: I'm only troubledj The life I bear is worn to fuch a rag, 'Tis fcarce worth giving, I could wifh, indeed, We threw it from us with a better grace ;...That, like two lions taken in the toils, We might, at leaft, thruft out our paws and wound The hunters that ihclofe us. ' Ant. I have thought on't ; ' Ventidius,...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays...

John Bell - English drama - 1780
...take : I 'm only troubled The life I bear is worn to fuch a rag 'Tfs fcarce worth giving. I could wifh indeed We threw it from us with a better grace, That like two lions taken in the toils "We might at leaft thruft out our paws and woundThe hunters that enclofe us. Ant. " I have thought on't;. .*' Ventidius,...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays...

John Bell - English drama - 1776
...' But that I'll not out-live you.' Chufe your death ; For, I have feen him in fuch various fliapes, I care not which I take : I'm only troubled, The life I bear is worn to fuch a rag, 'Tis fcarce worth giving. I could wifh, indeed, We threw it from us with a better grace...
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The Busy Body: A Comedy

Susanna Centlivre - English drama - 1797 - 112 pages
...griev'd, " But that I'll not outlive you." Choose your death, For I have seen him in such various shapes 1 care not which I take : I'm only troubled The life...better grace, That like two lions taken in the toils Kij << ;* We might at least thrust out our paws and wound The hunters that enclose us. " Ant. I have...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 16

John Bell - English drama - 1797
...griev'd, " But that I'll not outlive you." Choose your death. For I have seen him in such various shapes I care not which I take : I'm only troubled The life I bear is worn to such a r»g 'Tis scarce worth giving. I could wish indeed We threw it from us with a better grace, two lions...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...grieved, But that I'll not outlive you. Chuse your death, For I have seen him in such various shapes, I care not which I take : I'm only troubled The life...with a better grace, That, like two lions taken in die toils, We might at least thrust out our paws, and wound The hunters, that enclose us. A til. I...
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The British drama, Volume 1

British drama - 1804
...grieved, But that I'll not outlive you. Ctuise your death, For I have seen him in such various shapes, I care not which I take : I'm only troubled The life I bear is worn to such a rng, Tis «caree worth giving. I could wish indeed We threw it from us with a better grace, That, like...
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Sharpe's British Theatre, Volume 16

English drama - 1805
...various sh'apes I care not which I take : I'm ouly trouhled The life I hear is worn to snch a rat; 'Tis scarce worth giving. I could wish indeed We threw it from us with a hetter erace, That like two lious taken in the toils, We might at least thrust out our paws and wound...
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Rule a Wife and Have a Wife: A Comedy in Five Acts

John Fletcher - 1808 - 78 pages
...Roman ought, dead, my Ventidius! Vent. Chusc your death, For I have seen him in such various shapes, I care not which I take: I'm only troubled The life...our paws and wound The hunters that enclose us. Ant. Thou hast lov'd me, And fam I would reward thee. I must die; Kill n:e, and take the merit of my death,...
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