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" Thou mad'st me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring thoughts and elegant desires That fill the happiest man ? Ah ! rather why Didst thou not form me sordid as my fate, Base-minded, dull, and fit to carry burdens? Why have I sense to know the curse... "
Venice Preserved: Or, A Plot Discovered ... A Tragedy - Page 26
by Thomas Otway - 1797 - 122 pages
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British Theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - English drama - 1792
...twelve. Jaf. At any hour; my plagues Will keep me waking. [Exit Pierre. Tell me why, good Heaven, Thou mad'st me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring...That fill the happiest man ? Ah, rather, why Didst them not form me sordid as my fate, Base-minded, dull, and fit to carry burthens? Why have I sense...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 15

English drama - 1797
...twelve. Jaf. At any hour ; my plagues Will keep me waking. [Exit Pierre. Tell me why, good Heaven, Thou mad'st me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring...? Why have I sense to know the curse that's on me f Is this just dealing, Nature ? — Belvidera ! Inter BELVIDERA. Poor Belvidera ! Bel. Lead me, lead...
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Further Thoughts on the Present State of Public Opinion: Being a ...

John Penn - Great Britain - 1800 - 185 pages
...him who breaks open a house, to excuse his avarice in saying, Tell me why, good Heaven, Thou madest me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring thoughts,...sordid as my fate, Base-minded, dull, and fit to carry burdens ? The ascendancy of fitness should be favoured likewise where we are to profit from talents,...
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The man of the world

Henry Mackenzie - English fiction - 1802 - 283 pages
...inequality where nature made none. How just is the complaint of Jaffier, Tell me why, good Hcav'n ! Thou mad'st me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring...thoughts, and elegant desires, That fill the happiest r.ran ? That such should be the lot of my friend, I can regret — thanks to my better stars, I can...
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

English drama - 1804
...Jaf. At any hour; my plagues Will keep me waking. [Exit Pierre. Tell me why, good Heaven, Thou madeet me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring thoughts,...Why have I sense to know the curse, that's on me? Is this just dealing, nature ? — Belvidera ! Enter BELVIDERA. Poor Belvidera ! Bel. Lead me, lead...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...Jaf. At any hour; my plagues Will keep me waking. [Exit Pierre. Tell me why, good Heaven, Thou madest me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring thoughts,...burthens? Why have I sense to know the curse, that's OB me? Is this just dealing, nature ? — Belvidera ! Enter BELVIDEKA. Poor Belvidera ! Bel. Lead me,...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...At any hour ; my plagues Will keep me waking. [úri< Pierre. Tell me why, good Heaven, Thou madest me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring thoughts,...burthens? Why have I sense to know the curse, that's OB me? Is this just dealing, nature ? — Belvidera ! Enter BELVIDERA. Poor Belvidera ! Гч/ Lead...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...Jaf. At any hour; my plagues Will keep me waking. [Erif Pierre, Tell me why, good Heaven, Thou madest me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring thoughts,...the happiest man ? Ah, rather, why Didst thou not I'm in me sordid as my fate, Base-minded, dull, and fit to carry burthens? Why have I sense to know...
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Sharpe's British Theatre, Volume 7

English drama - 1804
...Thou inail'-i me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring thonghts, and elegant desires, That till the happiest man ? Ah, rather, why Didst thou not form me sordid as my fate, Base minded, dull, and fit to carry hurtheus ' Why have I seuse to know the curse that's on me ' Is...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...twelve. Jaff. At any hour ; my plagues Will keep me waking. [Exit PIERRE. Tell me why, good Heaven, Thou mad'st me what I am, with all the spirit, Aspiring...sordid as my fate, Base-minded, dull, and fit to carry burdens? Why have I sense to know the curse that's on me I Is this just dealing, -nature ? Belvidcra...
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