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" Alas, poor creature, I will soon revenge This cruelty upon the author of it. Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood, Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end ;" and in that sorrow, As he was pashing it against a tree, I suddenly... "
The Works of Mary Russell Mitford: Prose and Verse, Viz. Our Village ... - Page 41
by Mary Russell Mitford - 1846 - 672 pages
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Harper's Cyclopędia of British and American Poetry

Epes Sargent - American poetry - 1881 - 958 pages
...cruelty upon the author of it. Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood, Shall nevermore betray pashing it against a tree, I suddenly slept in.1 lUilliam Drummonb. Drummond (1585-1649), "the first...
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Harper's Cyclopaedia of British and American Poetry

Epes Sargent - American poetry - 1882 - 958 pages
...cruelty upon the author of it. Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood, Shall nevermore betray cy chains by theo. FROM "THE HUMOROUS LIEUTENANT." Scleucus. Let no man pushing it against a tree, I suddenly slept in.1 illilltam Drummonī». Urummond (1585-Ш9), " the...
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On the Structure of English Verse

Charles Witcomb - English language - 1884 - 162 pages
...Alas, poor creature ! I will soon revenge This cruelty upon the author of it ; Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end : " and in that sorrow, As he was pashing it against a tree, I suddenly stept in. The Lover's Melancholy. Here is a passage of Milton's...
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John Ford

John Ford - English drama - 1888 - 471 pages
...cruelty upon the author of it ; Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood, Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end :" and in that sorrow, As he was pashing1 it against a tree, I suddenly slept in. Amet. Thou hast discoursed A truth of mirth and pity....
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 15

Charles Dudley Warner - Literature - 1896
...cruelty upon the author of it; Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood. Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end : " and in that sorrow. As he was pushing it against a tree, FRIEDRICH, BARON DE LA MOTTE FOUQUE (1777-1843) JHE romantic school had...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern, Volume 10

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, George Henry Warner, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, Edward Cornelius Towne - Anthologies - 1897
...cruelty upon the author of it; Henceforth this, lute, guilty of innocent blood. Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end : " and in that sorrow, As he was pushing it against a tree, I suddenly stept in. FRIEDRICH, BARON DE LA MOTTE FOUQUE (1777-1843) HE...
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The Public School Speaker

Francis Warre Cornish - Literature - 1900 - 570 pages
...cruelty upon the author of it : Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end : ' and in that sorrow, As he was dashing it against a tree, I suddenly slept in. Amet. Thou hast discoursed Truth of mirth and pity....
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Specimens of English dramatic poets

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1903
...cruelty upon the author of it ; Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood, Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end : " and in that sorrow, As he was pashing it against a tree, I suddenly stept in. [This story, which is originally to be met with in...
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English Literature: From the age of Henry VIII to the age of Milton, by ...

Richard Garnett - English literature - 1903
...cruelty upon the author of it. Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood, Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end " : and in that sorrow, As he was pashing it against a tree, I suddenly stept in. At the very close of the great school which had opened...
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From the age of Henry VIII to the age of Milton

Richard Garnett - English literature - 1903
...cruelty upon the author of it. Henceforth this lute, guilty of innocent blood. Shall never more betray a harmless peace To an untimely end " : and in that sorrow, As he was pashing it against a tree, I suddenly stept in. At the very close of the great school which had opened...
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