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" You may shape, Amintor, Causes to cozen the whole world withal, And yourself too ; but 'tis not like a friend To hide your soul from me-. 'Tis not your nature To be thus idle : I have seen you stand As you were blasted 'midst of all your mirth ; Call... "
An Inquiry Into the Beauties of Painting: And Into the Merits of the Most ... - Page 77
by Daniel Webb - 1761 - 200 pages
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The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Volume 1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1750
...to cozen the whole World withal, And yourfelf too , but 'tis not like a Friend, To hide your Soul from me ; 'tis not your Nature To be thus idle ; I...ftand, As you were blafted, midft of all your Mirth ; Call thrice aloud, and then ftart, feigning Joy So coldly : World ! what do I here ? a Friend Is...
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Remarks on the Beauties of Poetry, Issue 1

Daniel Webb - Poetry - 1762 - 123 pages
...extort the fecret from him, was not to be fo impofed on. You BEAUTIES OF POETRY. 77 - You may fliape, Amintor, Caufes to cozen the whole world withall,...Maids 'Tragedy. IT is by the force or elegance of its allu- "X fions and images, that a poetic diction is / diftinguilhed from fimple vcrfification. The...
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

English drama - 1804
...Causes to cozen the whole world withal, And yourself too ; but 'tis not like a friend, To hide your soul from me. Tis not your nature To be thus idle : I have seen vou stand, As vou were blasted, 'midst of all your mirth ; Call thrice aloud, and then start,...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...Causes to cozen the whole world withal, And yourself too ; but 'tis not like a friend, To hide your soul from me. Tis not your nature To be thus idle : I have seen you stand, As you were blasted, 'midst of all your mirth ; Call thrice aloud, and then start,...
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Annual Register, Volume 5

History - 1805
...rs to cozen the whole world withal, And yourself too ; but 'tis not like a friend, To hide your soul from me ; 'tis not your nature To be thus idle; I have seen, you stand. As As you were blasted, midst of all you r mi rt h . Maid's Tragedy. It re by the...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher, Volume 2

Ben Jonson, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1811
...Causes to cozen the whole world withal, And yourself too; but 'tis not like a friend, To hide your soul from me. "Tis not your nature To be thus idle: I have seen you stand As you were blasted, 'midst of all your mirth; man My secret sins! I'll search an unknown...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...Causes to cozen the whole world withal, And yourself too; but 'tis not like a friend, To hide your soul t they would, but must; a star, or toad; Just as the h seen you stand, As you were blasted, 'midst of all your mirth ; Call thrice aloud, and then start,...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1811
...Causes to cozen the whole world withal, And yourself too ; but 'tis not like a friend, To hide your soul seen you stand, As you were blasted, 'midst of all your mirth ; Call thrice aloud, and then start,...
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The Dramatic Works of Beaumont and Fletcher: Printed from the Text, and with ...

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - Drama - 1811
...Causes to cozen the whole world withal. And vourself too; but 'tis not like a friend, To hide your soul from me. 'Tis not your nature To be thus idle : I have seen you stand As you were blasted, 'midst of all your mirth; Call thrice aloud, and then start, feigning...
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The works of Beaumont and Fletcher, Volume 1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - Drama - 1840
...Causes to cozen the whole world withal. And yourself too : but 'tis not like a friend, To hide your soul from me. "Tis not your nature To be thus idle : I have seen you stand A you were blasted, 'midst of all your mirth ; Call thrice aloud, and then start,...
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