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" That's my wish too: For then, my Pierre, I might have cause with pleasure To play the hypocrite. Oh! how I could weep Over the dying dotard, and kiss him too, In hopes to smother him quite; then, when the time Was come to pay my sorrows at his funeral,... "
THE WORKS OF THOMAS OTWAY, CONSISTING OF HIS PLAYS, POEMS AND LETTERS WITH A ... - Page 323
by DR. JOHNSON - 1812
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The orphan. The history and fall of Caius Marius. Venice preserv'd. Poems ...

Thomas Otway - 1757
...weep Over the dying Dotard, kifs him too, In hopes to fmother him quite ; then when the Time Was come to pay my Sorrows at his Funeral, (For he has already made me Heir to Treafures Wou'd make me ouNaft a real Widow's whining :) How could I frame my Face to fit my Mourning...
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Plays: Viz. The Orphan, and Venice Preserv'd

Thomas Otway - English drama - 1767 - 280 pages
...pay my forrows at his funeral, (For he has already made me heir to treafures Wou'd make me out- aft a real widow's whining:) How could I frame my face...With wringing hands attend him to his grave, Fall fwooning on his hearfe : take mad poiTeffioa E'en of the difmal vault where he lay bury'd, There like...
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Venice Preserved: Or, A Plot Discovered ... A Tragedy, Volume 12

Thomas Otway - Venice (Italy) - 1797 - 122 pages
...the dying dotard, and kiss him too, " In hopes to smother him quite ; then, when the time " Was come to pay my sorrows at his funeral, " (For he has already...With wringing hands attend him to his grave; . " Fall swooring on his hearse ; take mad possession " E'en of the dismal vault, where he lay buried ; "There,...
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British Theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - English drama - 1792
...the dying dotard, and kiss him too, " In hopes to smother him quite ; then, when the time " Was come to pay my sorrows at his funeral, " (For he has already made me heir to treasures " Would make me out-adl a real widow's whining) " How could I frame my face to fit my mourning! " With wringing hands...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 15

English drama - 1797
...the dying dotard, and kiss him too, " In hopes to smother him quite ; then, when the time " Was come to pay my sorrows at his funeral, " (For he has already made me heir ta treasures " Would make me out-act a real widow's whining) " How could I frame my face to fit my...
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Sharpe's British Theatre, Volume 7

English drama - 1804
...dying dotard, and kifs him too, "In hopes to smother him quite ; then, when the time • " Was come to pay my sorrows at his funeral, " (For he has already...his grave ; " Fall swooning on his hearse ; take mad pofsefsion " E'en of the dismal Vanlt, where he lay huried; " There, like th' Ephesian matron, dwell,...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...kiss him too, In hopes to smother him quite ; then, when the time \\as come to pay my sorrows at the funeral, (For he has already made me heir to treasures...mourning ! With wringing hands attend him to his grave ; Fail swooning on his hearse: take mad possession Kvcii of the dismal vault, where he lav buried;...
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The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the ..., Volume 1, Issue 1

English drama - 1804
...smother him . quite ; then, when 1 1 time Was come to pay my sorrows at the funeral, fFor he Iras already made me heir to treasures Would make me out-act...With wringing hands attend him to his grave; Fall -n. г .пnt' on hi- hearse; take mad possession Kven of the dismal vault, where he lay buried ;...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...kiss him too, In hopes .to smother him quite; then, when the time Was come to pay my sorrows at the funeral, (For he has already made me heir to treasures Would make me out-act a real widow's wliiuing) I low could I frame my face to fit my mourning ! With wringing hands attend him to his grave;...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...him quite ; then, when the time Was come to pay my sorrows at the funeral, (For he has already mnde me heir to treasures Would make me out-act a real widow's whining) How could I frame ray face to fit my mourning ! With wringing hands attend him to his grave; Fall swooning iia his hearse...
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