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" ... Scots Is not, I guess, displeasing in your sight. D. Nor. Aspire to gain the queen of Scots ! shall I, So highly countenanced by your good grace, Court one in bondage, fallen, and accused ? Q. Eliz. Is, then, a diadem so small a prize ? D. Nor. Pardon... "
Ajax His Speech to the Grecian Knabbs, from Ovid's Metam. Lib.XIII ... - Page 19
by Ovid - 1755 - 51 pages
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 80

Books - 1789
...fallen, and accus'd? Elix. Is, then, a diadem fo fmall a prize ? Nor. Pardon me, Madam, if I have no wifh To wed a prifoner. — Gods, when I reflect On all the comforts I enjoy at home, How can I with to feek a land of ftrife ; And purchafe, at the price of wealth and eafc, A barren fceptre and...
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The modern theatre; a collection of successful modern plays ..., Volume 8

Modern theatre - 1811
...then, a diadem so small a prize ? D. Nor. Pardon me, madam, if I have no wish To wed a prisoner. — Gods, when I reflect On all the comforts I enjoy at home, How can I wish to seek a land of strife ; And purchase, at the price of wealth and ease, A barren sceptre and...
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The modern theatre: a collection of successful modern plays, Volumes 3-4

Elizabeth Inchbald - English drama - 1973
...then, a diadem so small a prize ? D. Nor. Pardon me, madam, if I have no wish To wed a prisoner. — Gods, when I reflect On all the comforts I enjoy at home, How can I wish to seek a land of strife; And purchase, at the price of wealth and ease, A barren sceptre and...
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