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" To see thee thus, thou know'st not how it wounds me; Thy agonies are added to my own, And make the burden more than I can bear. Farewell Good angels visit thy afflictions And bring thee peace and comfort from above. "
The Works of Nicholas Rowe, Esq; ... - Page 142
by Nicholas Rowe - 1766 - 373 pages
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Dramatic Works, Volume 2

Nicholas Rowe - 1720
...beat'ft thy felf to Death. Retire, I beg thee 5 л То 'To fee thee thus, thou know'ft not how ic wounds me, Thy Agonies are added to my own, And make the Burden more than'I can bearTavewel Good Angels vifit thy Affliftions, .And bring chee Peace and Comfort from above....
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The Tragedy of Jane Shore

Nicholas Rowe - 1736 - 68 pages
...in its Cage, Thou beat 'ft thyfclf to Death. Retire I beg thee; D To jo The TRAGBDY of To fee thce thus, thou know'ft not how it wounds me, Thy Agonies...more than I can bear. Farewel: Good Angels vifit thy Afflictions, And bring thee Peace and Comfort from above. Alic. Oh ! ftab me to the Heart, fome pitying...
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The Works: The Royal convert. Jane Shore. Jane Gray. Poems on several occasions

Nicholas Rowe - 1766
...Thou beats thyfelf to Death. Retire I beg thee ; To fee thee thus, thou know'ft not how it wounds mey Thy Agonies are added to my own, And make the Burden...the Heart, fome pitying Hand, Now ftrike me dead— HASTINGS. One thing I had forgot — — I charge thee by our prefent common Miferies, . . . By our...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 4

William Jones - English drama - 1795
...all in vain, "' that tears thy bofom ; " Like a poor bird that flutters in its cage, " Thou beat'ft thyfelf to death." Retire, I beg thee ; To fee thee thus, thou know'ft not how it wounds. me ; Farewell — Good angels vifit thy afflictions, And bring thee peace and comfort from above. Alic....
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 3

English drama - 1797
...flutters in its cage, " Thou beat'st thyself to death." Retire, I beg thee; To see theethus,thou know'st not how it wounds me; Thy agonies are added to my own, And make the burthen more than I can bear. Farewell — Good angels visit thy afflictions, And bring thee peace...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...flutters in its cage, Thou beatcst thyself to death. Retire, I beg thee; To see thee thus, thou knowest not how it wounds me ; Thy agonies are added to my own, And make the burthen more than I can bear. Farewell — Good angels visit thy afflictions, And bring thcc peace...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...flutters in its cage, Thou beatest thyself to death. Betire, I beg thee; To see thee thus, thou knowest not how it wounds me ; Thy agonies are added to my own, And muke the burthen more than I can bear. Farewell — Good angels visit thy afflictions, And bring thee...
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The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the ..., Volume 1, Issue 1

English drama - 1804
...its cage, Thou beatest thyself to death. Retire, I beg thee; To see thee thus, thou knowest not bow it wounds me ; Thy agonies are added to my own, And make the burthen more than I can bear. Farewell— -Good angels visit thy afflictions, And bring thee peace...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...denies thee now. Hast. This rage is all in vain. Retire, I beg thee; To see thee thus, thou know'st not how it wounds me ; Thy agonies are added to my own, And make the burden more than I can bear, Farewell — Good angels visit thy afflictions, And bring thee peace and comfort from above. Alicia....
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...denies thce now. Hast. This rage is all in vain. Retire, I beg thee; To see thee thus, thou know'st not how it wounds me; Thy agonies are added to my own, And make the burden more than I can bear, Farewell—Good angels visit thy afflictions, And bring thee peace and comfort from above. Alicia....
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