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" No, father; in your eyes I see the change Of pity and compassion; from your age, As from a sacred oracle, distils The life of counsel: tell me, holy man, What cure shall give me ease in these extremes ? Friar. "
The Eton miscellany, by Bartholomew Bouverie - Page 125
by Eton miscellany - 1827
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1808 - 484 pages
...form, from man to man, Of brother and of sister, be a bar 'Twixt my perpetual happiness and me ? i Friar. Have done, unhappy youth, for thou art lost....sin : For thou hast moved a majesty above With thy unguarded almost blasphemy. Gio. O do not speak of that, dear confessor. Friar. Art thou, my son, that...
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Dramatic Works, Volume 1

John Ford - English drama - 1811
...Far better 'tis, &c. an alteration neither warranted by the old quarto, nor necessary to the sense. Of pity and compassion ; from your age, As from a sacred oracle, distills The life of counsel. Tell me, holy man, What cure shall give me ease in these extremes ? Friar....
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Volume 7

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1812
...or know ; And yet is here the comfort I shall have ? Must I not do what all men else may,— love ? No, father ! in your eyes I see the change Of pity...Repentance, son, and sorrow for this sin .For thou hast mov'da majesty above With thy unranged, almost, blasphemy. Gio. (j do not speak of that, dear confessov...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1813
...customary form, from man to man, Of brother and of sister, be a bar 'Twixt my perpetual happiness and me ? Friar. Have done, unhappy youth, for thou art lost....extremes ? Friar. Repentance, son, and sorrow for this tin : For thou hast moved a majesty above t With thy unguarded almost blasphemy. Gio. O do not speak...
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...art lost. Gio. Shall, then, for that I am her brother born, My joys be ever banished from her bed ? No, father; in your eyes I see the change Of pity...Repentance, son, and sorrow for this sin: For thou hast mov'da Majesty above, With thy unranged (almost) blasphemy. Gio. O do not speak of that, dear confessor....
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...art lost. Gio. Shall, then, for that I am her brother born, My joys be ever banished from her bed ? No, father; in your eyes I see the change Of pity...compassion; from your age, As from a sacred oracle, distils 3 Peevish.] Weak, trifling, unimportant. See Mow. vol. ip 71. The life of counsel : tell me, holy man,...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of ..., Volume 1

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1835 - 484 pages
...form, from man to man, Of brother and of sister, be a bar 'Twixt my perpetual happiness and me ? Fri. Have done, unhappy youth, for thou art lost. Gio....sorrow for this sin : For thou hast moved a majesty ahove With thy unguarded almost blasphemy. Gio. O do not speak of that, dear confessor. Friar. Art...
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Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of Great Britain, Volume 2

1837
...art lost. " Gio. Shall, then, for that 1 am her brother born, My joys be ever banished from her bed ? No, father ; in your eyes I see the change Of pity...Repentance, son, and sorrow for this sin: For thou hast niov'da Majesty above, With thy unranged (almost) blasphemy. " Gio. O do not speak of that, dear confessor....
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The Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford

Philip Massinger - 1840 - 450 pages
...art lost. Gio. Shall, then, for that I am her brother born, My joys be ever banished from her bed ? No, father ; in your eyes I see the change Of pity...Repentance, son, and sorrow for this sin: For thou hast mov'da Majesty above, With thy unranged (almost) blasphemy. Gio. О do not speak ofthat, dear confessor....
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The dramatic works of Massinger and Ford, with an intr. by H. Coleridge. [2 ...

Philip Massinger - 1840
...art lost. Gio. Shall, then, for that I am her brother born, My joye be ever banished from her bed ? No, father ; in your eyes I see the change Of pity...Repentance, son, and sorrow for this sin : For thou hast mov'da Majesty above, With thy unranged (almost) blasphemy. Gio. О do not speak of that, dear confessor....
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