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" In person graceful, and in sense refin'd ; Her art as much as Nature's friend became, Her voice as free from blemish as her fame, Who knows so well in majesty to please, Attemper'd with the graceful charms of ease ? When Congreve's favour'd pantomime... "
The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ... - Page 267
1762
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 4

History - 1800
...Pritchard, from the same. PRITCH ARD, by nature for the fiage defigu'd, In p?rfon graceful, ard in ferfe refin'd ; Her .art as much as nature's friend became, Her voice as free from blrm-fh as her fame. Vr ho ki! -ws fo well in majelty to plcafe, Attemper'd with tV.r graceful charms...
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Annual Register, Volume 4

Edmund Burke - History - 1762
...through the dark difguife. Mrs. Pritchard from the fame. PR I TCH ARD, by nature for the ftage defign'd, In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin'd ; Her art...pantomime to grace, , She comes a captive queen of Moorifti race; When love, hate, jealoufy, defpair and rage, With wildeft tumults in her breaft engage...
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Poems, Volume 1

Charles Churchill - English poetry - 1764
...or eyes, Or find out GIBBER through the dark difguife. PRITCHARD, by Nature for the fiage dellgn'd, In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin'd ; Her art...favour'd pantomime to grace, She comes a captive queen of Moorifh race ; C 4 When. When Love, Hate, Jealoufy, Defpair and Rage, \Vith wildeft Tumults in her...
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The Rosciad. The apology. Night. The prophecy of famine. An epistle to ...

Charles Churchill - 1768
...find out CIBBER through the dark difguife. PRITCH^RD, PRITCHARB, by Nature for the ftage defign'd, In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin'd ; Her art...with the graceful charms of eafe ? When Congreve's favour' d pantomime to grace, She comes a captive queen of Moorifh race ; When Love, Hate, Jealoufy,...
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Poems: By Charles Churchill. In Three Volumes. With Large Corrections and ...

Charles Churchill - 1772
...or eyes, .Or find out GIBBER through the dark difguife. PRTTCHARD, by Nature for the ftage defign'd, In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin'd ; Her art...as Nature's friend became, Her voice as free from blemim as her fame. Who knows fo well in majefty to pleafe, Attemper'd with the graceful charms of...
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The Rosciad. The apology. The prophecy of famine, a Scots pastoral. An ...

Charles Churchill - English poetry - 1774
...find out GIBBER through the dark difguife. PRITCHARD, PRITCHARD, by Nature for the ftage defign'd, In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin'd ; Her art...pleafe, Attemper'd with the graceful charms of eafe ? i When Congreve's favour'd pantomime to grace, She comes a captive queen of Moorifh race ; When Love,...
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Poems: By Charles Churchill ... With Large Corrections and Additions. To ...

Charles Churchill - 1776
...ears or eyes, Or find out Cibber thro' the dirk difgnife. Pritchard by Nature for the ftage ddign'd, In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin'd ; Her art as much as Nature's friend became, Jter voice as free from blemith as her fame, a Who knows fo well in majefly to pleafe, • Attemper'd...
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Lady's Poetical Magazine, Or Beauties of British Poetry, Volume 1

English poetry - 1781
...ears or eyes, Or find out Gibber thro' the dark difguife. Pritchard, by Nature for the ftage defign'd. In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin'd ; Her art as much as Nature's friend became, 805 Her voice as free from blemifh as her fame : Who knows fo well in majefty to pleafe, Attemper'd...
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The Lady's Poetical Magazine: Or, Beauties of British Poetry, Volume 1

English periodicals - 1781
...ears or eyes, Or find out Gibber thro' the dark difguife. Pritchard, by Nature for the ftage defign'd, In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin*d ; Her art as much as Nature's friend becamę, 805 Her voice as free from blemifh as her fame : Who knows fo well in rriajefty to pleafe;...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., Volume 66

English poets - 1790
...eyes., Or find out Cibbcr through the. dark difguife. Prjtchard, by nature for the ftage defign'd,. In perfon graceful, and in fenfe refin'd ; Her art...as Nature's friend became, Her voice as free from blemifn as her fame> Who. knows fo well in majefty to pleafe, Attemper'd with the graceful charms of...
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