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" Tis wonderful, that words should charm despair, speak peace and pardon to a murderer's conscience ! But truth and mercy flow in every sentence, attended with force and energy divine. How shall I describe my present state of mind ? I hope in doubt, and... "
The Fair Quaker of Deal: Or, The Humours of the Navy. A Comedy - Page 64
by Charles Shadwell - 1797 - 94 pages
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The London Merchant: Or, the History of George Barnwell. As it is Acted at ...

George Lillo - 1754 - 80 pages
...every Sentence, attended with Force and Energy divine. How fhall I defcribe my prefent State of Mind ? I hope in Doubt, and trembling I rejoice ; I feel my Grief increafe, even as my Fears give way. Joy and Gratitude now fupply more Tears, than the Horror and Anguilh...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - English drama - 1780 - 382 pages
...every fentence, attended with force and energy divine. How lhall I cefcribe my prefent ftate of mind ? I hope in doubt, and trembling I rejoice; I feel my grief increafe, even as my fears give way. Joy and gratitude now fupply more tears than the horror and anguifh...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 14

John Bell - English drama - 1797 - 454 pages
...every sentence, attended with force and energy divine. How shall I describe my present state of mind ? I hope in doubt, and trembling I rejoice ; I feel...tears than the horror and anguish of despair before. Thar. These are the genuine signs of true repentance ; the only preparatory, the certain way to everlasting...
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

English drama - 1804 - 516 pages
...with force and energy divine. LlLLo.] BRITISH DRAMA. How shall I describe my present state of mind ! I hope in doubt, and trembling I rejoice ; I feel...are the genuine signs of true repentance ; the only preparatorv, the certain way to everlasting peace. Oh, the joy it gives to see a soul formed and prepared...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804 - 510 pages
...sentence, attended with force and сиerу divine. How shall I describe my present state of mind ! I hope in doubt, and trembling I rejoice; I feel my...way. Joy and gratitude now supply more tears than tlie horror and anguish of despair before. Thori These are the genuine signs of true repentance ; the...
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The British drama, Volume 1

British drama - 1804 - 954 pages
...profit, of my example. Thor. Proceed. I.ILLU.] [LíLI.O. How shall I describe my present state of raind ! I hope in doubt, and trembling I rejoice ; I feel my grief increase, even as my fears ˇˇive way. Joy and gratitude now supply more tears than the horror and anguish of despair before....
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Sharpe's British Theatre, Volume 9

English drama - 1804 - 268 pages
...force and energy divine. Mow shall I descrihe my present etate of mind ' I hope ln donht, and tremhling I rejoice; I feel my grief increase, even as my fears give way. Joy and gratitnde now snpply more tears than the horror and angnish of despair hefore. Thor. These are the...
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

English drama - 1804 - 486 pages
...attended with force and energy divine. LULO.] [LlLLO. How shall I describe my present state of mind ! I hope in doubt, and trembling I rejoice ; I feel my grief increase, even us my fears give way. Joy and gratitude now supply more tears than the horror and anguish of despair...
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“The” British Theatre: Or, a Collection of Plays, which are Acted ..., Volume 11

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808 - 358 pages
...every sentence^ attended with force and energy divine. How shall I describe my present state of mind ? I hope in doubt, and trembling I rejoice; I feel my...repentance ; the only preparatory, the certain way to ever-." lasting peace. Barn. What do I owe for all your generous kindness ? But, though I cannot, Heaven...
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The Busy Body: A Comedy in Five Acts

Susanna Centlivre - 1808 - 300 pages
...every sentence, attended with force and energy divine. How shall I describe my present state of mind ? I hope in doubt, and trembling I rejoice; I feel my...tears than the horror and anguish of despair before. Thar. These are the genuine signs of true repentance ; the only preparatory, the certain way to everlasting...
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