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" The bitterness her tender spirit tastes of, I own myself a coward: bear my weakness, If throwing thus my arms about thy neck, I play the boy, and blubber in thy bosom. Oh! I shall drown thee with my sorrows! Pierr. Burn ! First burn, and level Venice... "
Bell's British Theatre - Page 25
edited by - 1797
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Venice Preserved: A Tragedy, in Five Acts, Issue 14

Thomas Otway - 1899 - 64 pages
...Ah, Pierre ! I have a heart that could have borne The roughest wrong my fortune could have done me ; But, when I think what Belvidera feels, The bitterness...thy bosom. Oh, I shall drown thee with my sorrows. PIERRE. Burn, First burn, and level Venice to thy ruin. What ! starve like beggars' brats in frosty...
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The Art of English Poetry Containing: Rules for making verses. A collection ...

Edward Bysshe - English language - 1710 - 620 pages
...manly Grief appears, Silent he wept, afham'd to fhew his Tears. Dryd. Pat. & Arc!, Bear my Weaknefs, If throwing thus my Arms about thy Neck, I play the Boy, and blubber in thy Bofom. Oiw. Vm. Prtfi Look Emperor! this is no common Dew; I have not wept thefe forty Years, but now...
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The Complete Art of Poetry: In Six Parts, I. Of the Nature, Use ..., Volume 2

Charles Gildon - Criticism - 1718 - 490 pages
...Dews on new-blown Rofcs lodge, By the Sun's amorous Heat to be exhal'd. Otm. Orp. Bear ray Weaknefs, If throwing thus my Arms about thy Neck, I play the Boy, and blubber in thy Bofom. (Otia. Vtn. Fref. WELCOME. Welcome as kindly Show'rs to long- parch'd Earth. ' (Dryd. Sfan....
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Alcibiades. Don Carlos, prince of Spain. Titus and Berenice, with The cheats ...

Thomas Otway - 1757 - 350 pages
...Beividera feels, The Bitternefs her tender Spirit taftes of, I own myfelf a Coward : Bear my Wc.ikncfs, If throwing thus my Arms about thy Neck, I play the Boy, and blubber in thy Bofbm. Jafreir's Expottulation afterwards is the Pi&ure of all who are partial to their own Merit,...
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Plays: Viz. The Orphan, and Venice Preserv'd

Thomas Otway - English drama - 1767 - 292 pages
...Behidera feels," The bitternefs her tender fpirit taftes of, I own myfelf a coward : bear my weaknefs, If throwing thus my arms about thy neck, I play the boy, and bubble in thy bofom. Oh ! I fhall drown thee with my forrovvs ! PIERRE. Burn ! Firft burn, and level...
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Venice Preserved, Or, A Plot Discovered: A Tragedy

Thomas Otway - English drama (Tragedy) - 1797 - 456 pages
...Ah, Pierre II have a heart that could have borne The roughest wrong my fortune could have done me ; But when I think what Belvidera feels, The bitterness...neck, ; I play the boy, and blubber in thy bosom. Oh II shall drown thee with my sorrows. Pier. Burn, First, burn and level Venice to thy raiu. What ! starve,...
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British Theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - English drama - 1792 - 340 pages
...Ah, Pierre ! I have a heart that could have borne The roughest wrong my fortune could have done me j But when I think what Belvidera feels, The bitterness...neck, I play the boy, and blubber in thy bosom. Oh II shall drown thee with my sorrows. Pier. Burn, First, burn and level Venice to thy ruin. What ! starve,...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 2

William Jones - English drama - 1795 - 446 pages
...Bdvidera feels, The bitternefs her tender fpirit taftes of, I own myfelf a coward : bear my weaknefs: If throwing thus my arms about thy neck, I play the boy, and blubber in thy bofotn. Oh ! I mall drown thee with my forrows. Pier. Burn, Firft, burn and level Venice to thy ruin....
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

English drama - 1804 - 516 pages
...Afi, Pierre! I have a heart, that could have borne The roughest wrong, my fortune could have done me; But, when I think what Belvidera feels, The bitterness...shall drown thee with my sorrows. Pier. Burn, First tram and level Venice to thy ruin ! What ! starve, like beggars' brats, in frosty weather, Whilst I...
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The British drama, Volume 1

British drama - 1804 - 946 pages
...Ah, Pierre ! I have a heart, that could have borne The roughest wrong, my fortune could have done me; But, when I think what Belvidera feels, The bitterness...thy neck, I play the boy, and blubber in thy bosom. On ! I shall drown thee with my sorrows. Pier. Burn, First bum and level Venice to thy ruin ! What...
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