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" Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters, Yet whom they please they lay in basest bonds... "
Select Miscellaneous Productions, of Mrs. Day, and Thomas Day, Esq., in ... - Page 19
by Esther Milnes Day, Thomas Lowndes - 1805 - 255 pages
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Venice Preserved: Or, A Plot Discovered ... A Tragedy, Volume 12

Thomas Otway - Venice (Italy) - 1797 - 122 pages
...Jaf. A villain I Pier. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow-creatures. And own myself a man : to see our senators Cheat the deluded people with a shew Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters...
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British Theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - English drama - 1792
...Jaf. A villain ! Pier. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow-creature*. And own myself a man : to see our senators Cheat the deluded people with a shew Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters...
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The Manual of Liberty: Or, Testimonies in Behalf of the Rights of Mankind ...

Liberty - 1795 - 406 pages
...me ; Yet, Jaffier, for all this, I am a villain. . • i. • \ Jaffiar. A villain! Pierre. Yes, and a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow creatures, -, ,7 And own myself a man : to see our senators .' Cheat the deluded people with a show ' Of liberty,...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 15

English drama - 1797
...Jaf. A villain ! Pier. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow-creatures, And own myself a man : to see our senators Cheat the deluded people with a shew Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...Jaf. A villain ! Pier. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To sec the sufferings of my fellow-creatures, And own myself a man : to see our senators Cheat the deluded people with a shew Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fettere;...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...Jaf. A villain Pier. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow-creatures, And own myself a man : to see our senators Cheat the deluded people with a shew Of liberty, which, yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters;...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...Jaf. A villain ! Pier. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow-creatures, And own myself a man : to see our senators Cheat the deluded people with a shew Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters;...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...Jaff. A villain! Pierre. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow-creatures, And own myself a man ; to see our senators Cheat the deluded people with a show Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...Jaf. A villain ! p'ie r. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow-creatures, And own myself a man : to see our senators Cheat the deluded people with a shew Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters;...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

English drama - 1811
...Jaf. A villain ! Pier. Yes, a most notorious villain ; To see the sufferings of my fellow-creature, N + S S T R W U S U N W V V V A AnI V shew Of liberty, which yet they ne'er must taste of. They say, by them our hands are free from fetters;...
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