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" But all delight doth itself soon'st devour. Enter CORNELIA behind, listening. Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour out, instead of eloquence^ my vows : Loose me not, madam ; for, if you forego me, I am lost eternally. "
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - English drama - 1830
...end this interview, this hour ; But all delight doth itself soon'st devour. Enter CORNELIA behind, listening. Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour...loathed cruelty in ladies Is as to doctors many funerals ; * thou entanglest thyself in thine own work like a, silk-worm.] Thus Pope, " The silk-worm thus spins...
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1830
...end this interview, this hour ; But all delight doth itself soon'st devour. Enter CORNELIA behind, listening. Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour...COR. Sir, in the way of pity, I wish you heart-whole. BRACK. You are a sweet physician. VIT. COR. Sure, sir, a loathed cruelty in ladies Is as to doctors...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volume 2

John Webster - Drama - 1857
...all delight doth itself soons't devour. 1 Ill-conditioned. a Social order. Enter COENELIA listening.1 Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour out, instead...Cor. Sir, in the way of pity, I wish you heart-whole. Brack. You are a sweet physician. Vit. Cor. Sure, sir, a loathed cruelty in ladies Is as to doctors...
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The Dramatic Works of John Webster, Volume 2

John Webster - Drama - 1857
...all delight doth itself soons't devour. 1 Ill-conditioned. * Social order. Enter COBNELIA listening.1 Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour out, instead...madam, for if you forego me, I am lost eternally. Tit. Cor. Sir, in the way of pity, I wish you heart-whole. Brack. You are a sweet physician. Vit. Cor....
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volume 2

John Webster - 1857
...you forego me, I am lost eternally. Vit. Cor. Sir, in the way of pity, I wish you heart-whole. Brack. You are a sweet physician. Vit. Cor. Sure, sir, a...doctors many funerals : It takes away their credit. Brach. Excellent creature ! We call the cruel, fair ; what name for you That are so merciful ? Zan....
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The Works of John Webster

Rev. Alexander Dyce - 1857
...never end this interview, this hour: But all delight doth itself soon'st devour. Enter CORNELIA behind, listening. Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour...eloquence, my vows-* Loose me not, madam; for, if you forgo me, I am lost eternally. Vit. Cor. Sir, in the way of pity, I wish you heart-whole. Brack. You...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...interview, this hour : But all delight doth itself soou'st devour. Enter CORNELIA behind, lúteninff. Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour out, instead...eloquence, my vows : Loose me not, madam ; for, if you forgo me, I am lost eternally. Vit. Cor. Sir, in the way of pity, I wish you heart-whule. Brack. You...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1877 - 383 pages
...this interview, this hour : But all delight doth itself soon'st devour. Alter CORNELIA Mind, Kiteninf. Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour out, instead of eloquence, my vows : Loose ше not, madam ; for, if you forgo me, I am lout eternally. Kit. Cor. Sir, i» the way of pity, I...
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Webster & Tourneur

John Webster, Cyril Tourneur - English drama - 1888 - 432 pages
...this interview, this hour: [still, But all delight doth itself soon'st devour. Enter CORNELIA behind, listening. Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour...doctors many funerals; It takes away their credit. Brach. Excellent creature ! We call the cruel fair : what name for you That are so merciful ? Zan....
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Webster & Tourneur

John Webster, Cyril Tourneur - English drama - 1888 - 432 pages
...this interview, this hour : [still, But all delight doth itself soon'st devour. Enter CORNELIA behind, listening. Let me into your bosom, happy lady, Pour...a sweet physician. Vit. Cor. Sure, sir, a loathed crueltv in ladies Web. & Tour. C Is as to doctors many funerals ; It takes away their credit. Brach....
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