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" Tis never woman's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves ; 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright in the dark meshes of their web Inseparate from their windings. "
Boston Common: Tale of Our Own Times - Page 547
by Mrs. Farren, Mrs. R. G. Varnham - 1856 - 556 pages
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New Monthly Belle Assemblée

Art - 1836
...woman's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves , 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright...found its refuge in a hero's love, Whatever destiny bis generous soul Shape for him ; — 'tis its duty to be still, And trust him till it bound or break...
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The Southern literary messenger

History
...part, Out of her fond misgivings, to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves. 'Tis her's to weave, all that she has of fair And bright, in...meshes of their web, Inseparate from their windings." She began to feel sensibly that he was at times cool and thoughtful, even to painfulness. She would...
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Ion; a tragedy [by sir T.N. Talfourd. In verse].

Thomas Noon Talfourd (sir.) - 1835
...woman's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves ; 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright...generous soul Shape for him ; — 'tis its duty to be still, And trust him till it bound or break with his. \Exil. SCENE III. A chamber in the Temple....
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Ion; a tragedy [by sir T.N. Talfourd. In verse].

Thomas Noon Talfourd (sir.) - 1835
...woman's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves; 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright...love, Whatever destiny his generous soul Shape for him;—'tis its duty to be still, SCENE III. A chamber in the Temple. Enter MEDON, followed by ABRA....
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Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal, Volume 63

English literature - 1836
...woman's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves ; 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright...generous soul Shape for him ; — 'tis its duty to be still, And trust him till it bound or break with his.' Ion thus prays to be intrusted with a dangerous...
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Female improvement

Elizabeth Sandford - 1836
...woman 's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves : 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright...meshes of their web Inseparate from their windings." TALFOUBD'S Ion. ' A woman will show her strength of mind in the endurance of the pains and ills of...
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Ion; a tragedy [by sir T.N. Talfourd. In verse]. [Another] By T.N. Talfourd

Thomas Noon Talfourd (sir.) - 1836
...woman's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves ; 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright in the dark meshes of their web In separate from their windings. My poor heart Hath found its refuge in a hero's love, Whatever destiny...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 5

1839
...part, Out of her fond misgivings, to perpjex The fortunes of the man to whom Rhe cleaves. 'Tis lier's to weave, all that she has of fair And bright, in the dark meshes of their web, Inscparale from their windings." She began to feel sensibly that he was at times cool nd thoughtful,...
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Tragedies

Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1840 - 303 pages
...woman's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves ; 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright...generous soul Shape for him ; — 'tis its duty to be still And trust him till it bound or break with his. [Exit. SCENE III. • A Chamber in the Temple....
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Tragedies: To which are Added a Few Sonnets and Verses

Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - Drama - 1846 - 268 pages
...woman's part Out of her fond misgivings to perplex The fortunes of the man to whom she cleaves ; 'Tis hers to weave all that she has of fair And bright...generous soul Shape for him ; — 'tis its duty to be still And trust him till it bound or break with his. [Exit. SCENE III. — A Chamber in the TempleEnter...
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