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" Why thus indulge thy fears ? And in despair, Abandon thy distracted soul to horror ? Cast every black and guilty thought behind thee, And let 'em never vex thy quiet more. "
The Works of Nicholas Rowe, Esq; ... - Page 155
by Nicholas Rowe - 1766 - 373 pages
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Dramatic Works, Volume 2

Nicholas Rowe - 1720
...turn away ? — Why tremble thus ? Why thus indulge thy Fears ? And in Defpair Abandon thy diftraaed Soul to Horror? Caft every black and guilty Thought...thee, And let 'em never vex thy Quiet more. My Arms, roy Heart are open to receive thee, To To bring thee back to tlty forfaken Home,With tender Joy, with...
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The Tragedy of Jane Shore

Nicholas Rowe - 1736 - 68 pages
...Fears? And in Dilpair, Abandon thy diftr.idted Soul to Horror ? Caft every black and guilty rhoi'ght behind thee, And let 'em never vex thy Quiet more, My Arms, my Heart are open to receive thee, To 54 The TRAGEDY of To bring thee back to thy forfaken Home, With tender Joy, with fond forgiving Love,...
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The Works: The Royal convert. Jane Shore. Jane Gray. Poems on several occasions

Nicholas Rowe - 1766
...tremble thus ? Why thus indulge thy Fears ? And in Defpair, Abandon thy diftrafted Soul to Horror ? Cafl every black and guilty thought behind thee, And let...forfaken Home, With tender Joy, with fond forgiving Love, And all the Longings of my firftDefires, J4NSSHORE. No, arm thy Brow with Vengeance ; and appear...
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British Theatre, Volume 6

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...tremble thus f Why thus indulge thy fears > and in despair, Abandon thy distracted soul to horror ? Cast every black and guilty thought behind thee, And let...are open to receive thee, To bring thee back to thy forsaken home, With tender joy, with fond forgiving love, And all the longings of my first desires....
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 4

William Jones - English drama - 1795
...turn away ? Why tremble thus? Why thus indulge thy fears ? and in defpair, Abandon thy diftrafted foul to horror ? Caft every black and guilty thought behind...forfaken home, With tender joy, with fond forgiving lore, And all the longings of my firft defires. " y. Sh. No, arm thy brow with vengeance and appear...
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Bell's British Theatre: Douglas, by J. Home. ... The alchymist, altered from ...

English drama - 1797
...tremble thus ? Why thus indulge thy fears > and in despair, Abandon thy distrafited soul to horror ! Cast every black and guilty thought behind thee, And let...are open to receive thee, To bring thee back to thy forsaken home, With tender joy, with fond forgiving love, And all the longings of my first desires....
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The Fair Penitent, Volume 3, Issue 1

Nicholas Rowe - 1797 - 57 pages
...tremble thus ? Why thus indulge thy fears ? and in despair, Abandon thy distracted soul to horror i Cast every black and guilty thought behind thee, And let...are open to receive thee, To bring thee back to thy forsaken home, With tender joy, with fond forgiving love, And all the longings of my first desires....
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 3

English drama - 1797
...Abandon thy distrafiled soul to horror i Cast every black and guilty thought behind thee, And let .ern never vex thy quiet more. My arms, my heart, are open to receive thee, To bring thee back to thy forsaken home, With tender joy, with fond forgiving love, And all the longings of my first desires....
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

English drama - 1804
...Abandon thy distracted soul to horror ? Cast every black and guilty thought behind thee, And let them never vex thy quiet more. My arms, my heart, are open to receive thee, To bring thee back to thy forsaken home, With tender joy, with fond forgiving love, And all the longings of my first desires....
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...Abandon thy distracted soul to horror? Cast every black and guilty thought behind thee, And let them never vex thy quiet more. My arms my heart, are open to receive thee, To bring thee bark to thy forsaken home, With tender joy, with fond forgiving love, Дш1 all the longincs of my...
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