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" Th' appearance is against me; and I go, Unjustified, for ever from your sight. How I have loved, you know; how yet I love, My only comfort is, I know myself: I love you more... "
The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies, Comedies ... - Page 462
1832
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays...

John Bell - 1780
...Lord. Th' appearance is againft me; and I go Unjuftify'd for ever from your fight. How I have lov'd you know ; how yet I love My only comfort is I know myfelf : I love you more, ev'n now you are unkind, Than when you lov'd me moll ; fo well, fo truly,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays

John Bell - English drama - 1776
...lord. TV appearance is againft me ; and I go, Unjuftify'd, for ever from your fight. How I have lov'd, you know ; how yet I love, My only comfort is, I know myfelf : I love you more, ev'n now you are unkind, Than when you lov'd me mod ; fo well, fo truly ,,...
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The Busy Body: A Comedy

Susanna Centlivre - 1797 - 112 pages
...Whate'er you please." I am not to be mov'd. Unjustify'd for ever from your sight. . . How I have lov'd you know ; how yet I love My only comfort is I know myself: ~^ I love you more, ev'n now you are unkind, Than when you lov'd me most ; so well, so truly, : I'll never strive against...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 16

English drama - 1797
...lord. Th" appearance is against me ; and I go Uniustify'd for ever from your sight. How I have lov'd you know ; how yet I love My only comfort is I know myself: I love yon more, ev'n now you are unkind, Than when you lov'd me most ; so well, so truly, I'll never strive...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...unsay Whate'er you please. I am not to be moved. Cleo. Then must we part ? farewell, my awl lord! The appearance is against me ; and I go, Unjustified,...unkind, Than when you loved me most ; so well, so trulf, I'll never strive against, but die pleased To think you once were mine. Ant. Good Heaven ! they...
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes ..., Volume 5

John Dryden - English literature - 1808
...VV hate er you please ! I am not to be moved. c/cu I hen must we part? Farewell, my cruel lord! ilie appearance is against me; and I go, Unjustified, for...how yet I love, My only comfort is, I know myself. 1 love you more, even now you are unkind, J nan when you loved me most; so well, so truly. 1 II neve,-...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

English drama - 1811
...unsay Whate'er you please. I am not to be moved. Cteo. Then must' we part? farewell, my cruel lord! The d in it ! [Aside. Amin. Now your will, sir. Atp. When you know me, my lord, you need« must guess mostj'so well, so truly, I'll never strive against it, but die pleased To think you once were mine....
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The British drama; a collection of the most esteemed tragedies, comedies ...

British drama - 1824
...But honour stops my ears, moved. am not io be Cleo. Then we must part? Farewell, my cruel lord. Th' appearance is against me ; and I go, Unjustified, for ever from your sight. How I have loved, yon know ; how yet I love, My only comfort is, I know myself: I love you more, even now you are unkind,...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Volume 2

British drama - 1833
...honour, stops -my.- ears. I am - not to be moved. Cleo. Then we must partí Farewell, my cruel lord. Th' appearance is against me ; and I go, Unjustified,...are unkind, Than when you loved me most ; so well, «o truly, I'll never strive against it ; but die pleased To think you once were mine. Ant. Good Heaven,...
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The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies ..., Volume 2

English drama - 1854
...honour stops my ears. I am not to I» moved. Cleo. Then we must part? Farewell, шт end lord. Th' appearance is against me ; and I go, Unjustified,...your sight. How I have loved, you know ; how yet I low, My only comfort is, 1 know myself: I love you more, even now you are unkind Than when you loved...
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