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" Within the magic circle of the eye ; " If feelings which few hearts, like his, can know, " And which no face so well as his can show ; " Deserve the pref'rence; — Garrick, take the chair ; " Nor quit it — till thou place an equal there. "
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 4

History - 1800
...If fewelt faults with grcatcft beauties join'd: If flrong cxprcflion, and ftrange pow'rs, which li« Within the magic circle of the eye: If feelings which...few hearts, like his, can know, And which no face to well as his can (hew; Deferve the preference;— —Garrick, take the chair; Nor quit it till thou...
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Annual Register, Volume 4

Edmund Burke - History - 1762
...unconfin'd ; . If teweil faults with greateft beau ties join'd ; If {bong exprcflion, and fl range pow'rs, which lie Within the magic circle of the eye : If...few hearts, like his, can know, And which no face fo well as his can fhew ; Defcrve the pref 'rence ; Garrick, take the chair ; Nor quit it— —'till...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

Edmund Burke - History - 1762
...unconfin'd ; If ft well faults with greateft beauties join 'd ; If ftrong expreffion, and ftrange pow'rs, which lie Within the magic circle of the eye : If...few hearts, like his, can know, And which no face Jo well as his can fhew ; Deferve the pref 'rence ; Garrick, take the chair ; Nor quit it 'til! thou...
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Poems, Volume 1

Charles Churchill - English poetry - 1764
...; " If feweft Faults, with greateft Beauties join'd ; " If ftrong Expreffiotr, and ftrange Pow'rs, which " lie " Within the magic circle of the Eye ;...few hearts, like his, can know, " And which no face fo well as His can fhow; " Deferve the Preference ; — GARRICK, take the " Chair; " Nor quit it—...
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Poems, Volume 1

Charles Churchill - English poetry - 1766
...If ftrong Expreffion, and ftrange Pow'rs, which lie ** Within the magic circle of the eye ; .'* Jf feelings which few hearts, like his, can know, *' And which no face fo well as His can fhow ; .'* Deferve the Pref 'rence ; — GARRICK take the chair ; *f Nor quit it—...
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The Rosciad. The apology. Night. The prophecy of famine. An epistle to ...

Charles Churchill - 1768
...; *' If feweft Faults with greateft Beauties join'd ; ". If ftrong Expreffion, and ftrange Pow'rs, which lie '* Within the magic circle of the eye ;...few hearts, like his, can know, *' And which no face fo well as His can fhow ; ** Deferve the Pref'rence ; — GARRICK. take the chair ; ** Nor quit it...
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The Rosciad. The apology. The prophecy of famine, a Scots pastoral. An ...

Charles Churchill - English poetry - 1774
...feweft Faults with greateft Beauties join'd ; " If flrong Expreffion, and ftrange Pow'rs, which lis *' Within the magic circle of the eye ; " If feelings...few hearts, like his, can know, " And which no face fo well as His can fhow ; " Deferve the Prefrencc; — GARRICK take the chair; " Nor quit it — till...
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Poems, Volume 1

Charles Churchill - 1776
...feweft faults, with greateft beauties join'd; "If ftrong expreflion, andftrange pow'rs, which lye, " Within the magic circle of the eye ; . " If feelings,...few hearts, like his, can know, " And which no face fo well as his can fhow, '" Deferve the preference;— Garrick, take the chair; " Nor quit it— till...
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The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by ...

English poets - 1790
...If fewcft faults with greateft beauties join'd ; D 4 "If " If ftrong expreffion, and ftrange pow'rs which lie " Within the magic circle of the eye ; "...few hearts, like his, can know, " And which no face fo well as his can fhew ; " Deferve the pref'rence ; — Garrick, take the chair ; " Nor quit it —...
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