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" Tis all in vain, this rage that tears thy bosom; Like a poor bird that flutters in its cage, Thou beat'st thyself to death. 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... "
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
...how terrible it rs, To want that ^foment he denies thee now. L Hrfjp. 'Tis all in vain, this Rag« that tears thy Bofom, Like a poor Bird that flutters in its Cage, Thou beat'ft thy felf to Death. Retire, I beg thee 5 л То 'To fee thee thus, thou know'ft not how ic...
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The Tragedy of Jane Shore

Nicholas Rowe - 1736 - 68 pages
...purfuehimlLightningsblafthinv! Some horrid, curfed kind of Death o'ertake him, Sudden, and in the Fulnefs of his Sins ! That he may know how terrible it is, To want that Moment he denies thee now. L. Haft. 'Tis all in vain, this Rage that tears thy Bofom, Like a poor Bird that flutters in its Cage,...
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The Works: The Royal convert. Jane Shore. Jane Gray. Poems on several occasions

Nicholas Rowe - 1766
...Lightnings blaft him! Some Some horrid, curfed kind of Death o'ertake hira» Sudden, and in the Fulnefs of his Sins ! That he may know how terrible it is, To want that Moment he d«nies thee now\ . . HASTINGS. 'Tis all in .vain, this Rage that tears thy Bofom; Like a poor Bird...
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British Theatre, Volume 6

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...lightnings blast him ! " Some horrid, cursed kind of death o'ertake him, " Sudden, and in the fulness of his sins !" That he may know how terrible it is, To want that moment he denies thee now. Hast, This rage is all in vain, "that tears thy bosom; " Like a poor bird that flutters in it« cage,...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 4

William Jones - English drama - 1795
...him ! " Some horrid, curfed kind of death o'ertake him, '' Sudden, and in the fulnefs of his fins I" That he may know how terrible it is, To want that moment he denies thee now. .Haft. This rage is all in vain, "' that tears thy bofom ; " Like a poor bird that flutters in its...
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The Fair Penitent, Volume 3, Issue 1

Nicholas Rowe - 1797 - 57 pages
...lightnings bW him ! " Some horrid, cursed kind of death o'ertake him. " Sudden, and in the fulness of his sins !" That he may know how terrible it is, To want that moment he denies thee now. Hast. This rage isallin vain, " that tears thy bosor \ f IV. JANE SHGRE. 6<j Like a poor bird that...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 3

English drama - 1797
...him I 41 Some horrid, cursed kind of death o'ertake him, " Sudden, and in the fulness of his skis !" That he may know how terrible it is, To want that moment he denies thee now. " Like a poor bird that flutters in its cage, " Thou beat'st thyself to death." Retire, I beg thee;...
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Bell's British Theatre: Douglas, by J. Home. ... The alchymist, altered from ...

English drama - 1797
...Some horrid, cursed kind of death o'ertake him, " Sudden, and in the fulness of his sins 1" That lie may know how terrible it is, To want that moment he denies thee now. Hast. This rage is all in vain, "that tears thy bosom; " Like a poor bird that flutters in its cage,...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...! lightnings blast him ! Some horrid, cursed kind of death o'ertake him, Sudden, and in the fulness of his sins ! That he may know how terrible it is, To want that moment be denies thee now. Hast. This rage is all in vain, that tears thy bosom ; Like a poor bird, that flutters...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...horrid, cursed kind of death o'crtake him, •Sudden, and in the fulness of his sins ! That he may kjiow how terrible it is, To want that moment he denies thee now. Hast. This rage is all in \am, that tears thj bosom; Like a poor bird, that flutters in its cage, Thou...
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