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" The abode of falsehood, violated vows, And injured love? For pity, let me go; For, if there be a place of long repose, I'm sure I want it. My disdainful lord Can never break that quiet; nor awake The sleeping soul, with hollowing in my tomb Such words... "
Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ... - Page 60
by John Bell - 1776
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The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: In Six Volumes, Volume 4

John Dryden - 1717
...her Temples, Iras. Iras. Bend, bend her forward quickly. Char. Heav'n be prais'd, She comes again. Cleo. Oh, let him not approach me. Why have you brought me back to this loath'd Being, Th' Abode of Falihood, violated Vows, And injur'd Love? For Pity, let me gOj For, if there be a Place...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

English drama - 1776
...temples, Iras. * Iras. Bend, bend her forward quickty.' Char. Heav'n be prais'd, She comes again. , 1 Cleo. Oh, let him not approach me.' "Why have you...violated vows, And injur'd love ? For pity, let me go ; Tor, if there be a place of long repofe, J'm fure I want it. ' My difdainful lord * Can never break...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays...

John Bell - Drama - 1780
...her temples Iras. Iras. " Bend, bend her forward quickly." Char. Heav'n be prais'd She comes again ! Cleo. " Oh, let him not approach me!" Why have you brought me back to this loath'd-being, Th' abode of falfehood, violated vows, And injur'd love ? For pity let me go ; For if...
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Bell's British theatre, Volume 16

John Bell - 1797
...him not reproach me I" Why have you brought me back to this loath'd being, Th' abode of falsehood, violated vows, And injur'd love ( For pity let me go; For if there be a place of long repose, I'm sure I want it. " My disdainful lord " Can never break that quiet, nor awake " The sleeping...
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The Busy Body: A Comedy

Susanna Centlivre - 1797 - 112 pages
...you brought me back to this loath'd being, Th' abode of falsehood, violated vows, And injur'd love f For pity let me go; For if there be a place of long repose, I'm lure I want it. " My disdainful lord " Can never break that quiet, nor awake " The sleeping...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...have you brought me back to this loathed being, The abode of falsehood, violated vows, And injured love ! For pity let me go ; For, if there be a place of long repose, I am sure I want it. My disdainful lord Can never break that quiet, nor awake The sleeping...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...have you brought me back to this loathec being, The abode of falsehood, violated vows, And injured love ! For pity let me go ; For, if there be a place of long repose, I am sure I want it. My disdainful lord Can never break thnt quiet, nor awake The sleeping...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...have you brought me back to this loathed being, The abode of falsehood, violated vows, And injured love ! For pity let me go ; For, if there be a place of long repose, I am sure I want it. My disdainful lord Can never break that quiet, nor awake The sleeping...
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Rule a Wife and Have a Wife: A Comedy in Five Acts

John Fletcher, David Garrick, Mrs. Inchbald, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra - Authors, English - 1808 - 78 pages
...him not reproach me. . Why have you brought me back to this loath d being, Th' abode of falsehood, violated vows, And injur'd love ? For pity let me go; For if there be a place of long repose, I'm sure I want it. Unkind, unkind ! , Dol. Believe me, 'tis against myself I speak ; 52 .*...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...let him not reproach me. Why have you brought me back to this loath'd being, Th' abode of falsehood, violated vows, And injur'd love ? For pity let me go; For if there be a place of long repose, I'm sure I want it. Unkind, unkind ! ' Dul. Believe me, 'tis against myself I speak ; That...
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