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" And yet they'll buy a patent, and succeed ; Will dare to promise dying sufferers aid, For who, when dead, can threaten or upbraid ? With cruel avarice still they recommend More draughts, more syrup, to the journey's end : 'I feel it not ;' 'Then... "
HISTORY OF BRANCH COUNTY, MICHIGAN - Page 138
1879
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The borough: a poem, in twenty-four letters

George Crabbe - Poetry - 1810 - 347 pages
...Language of these blushless Lyars. There are among them those who cannot read, And yet they '11 buy a Patent, and succeed ; Will dare to promise dying...upbraid ? With cruel Avarice still they recommend More Draughts, more Syrup to the Journey's end : " I feel it not;" ' Then take it every hour :' " It...
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The Borough: A Poem in Twenty-four Letters

George Crabbe - English poetry - 1810 - 330 pages
...bold language of these blushless lyars. There are amoeg them those who cannot read, And yet they '11 buy a patent, and succeed; Will dare to promise dying...upbraid ? With cruel Avarice still they recommend More draughts, more syrup to the journey's end : " I feel it not;" 'Then take it every hour :' " It makes...
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The Borough: A Poem, in Twenty-four Letters

George Crabbe - 1810 - 344 pages
...Bill; . And twenty Names of Coblers turn'd to Squires, Aid the bold Language of these blushfess Lyars. There are among them those who cannot read, And yet they'll buy a Patent, and succeed; I ''': " 'i -:. Will dare to promise dying Sufferers aid, .".^ .." For who, when dead,...
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The works of George Crabbe

George Crabbe - 1816
...bold Language of these blushless Liars. There are among them those who cannot read, And yet they 'll buy a Patent, and succeed; Will dare to promise dying...upbraid? With cruel Avarice still they recommend More Draughts, more Syrup to the Journey's end: " I feel it not;"' Then take it every hour:' "It makes...
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The borough

George Crabbe - 1820
...bold Language of these blusMess Liars. There are among them those who cannot read, And yet they 'II buy a Patent, and succeed ; Will dare to promise dying...upbraid ? With cruel Avarice still they recommend More Draughts, more Syrup to the Journey's end : " I feel it not ;" ' Then take it every hour:' " It...
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The Works of the Rev. George Crabbe: In Five Volumes, Volume 2

George Crabbe - 1823
...bold language of these blushless liars. There are among them those who cannot read, And yet they 'll buy a patent, and succeed ; Will dare to promise dying...upbraid ? With cruel avarice still they recommend More draughts, more syrup to the journey's end : " I feel it not ;" " Then take it every hour :" " It...
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Beauties of ... George Crabbe, with a biographical sketch

George Crabbe - 1832
...bill ; And twenty names of cobblers turn'd to squires, Aid the bold language of these blushless liars. There are among them those who cannot read, And yet...upbraid?) With cruel avarice still they recommend More draughts, more syrup, to the journey's end. " I feel it not ;" " Then take it every hour." " It...
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The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song

Charlotte Fiske Bates - American poetry - 1832 - 882 pages
...bill; And twenty names of cobblers turned to squires. Aid the bold language of these blushless liars. There are among them those who cannot read. And yet...sufferers aid, For who, when dead, can threaten or upbraid ? And then, in many a paper through the year. Must cures and cases, oaths and proofs appear; Men snatched...
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The Poetical Works of the Rev. George Crabbe: With His Letters and ..., Volume 3

George Crabbe - 1834 - 336 pages
...bold language of these blushless liars. There are among them those who cannot read, And yet they 'll buy a patent, and succeed ; Will dare to promise dying...upbraid? With cruel avarice still they recommend More draughts, more syrup to the journey's end : " I feel it not;" " Then take it every hour:" " It...
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The poetical works of ... George Crabbe, with his letters and journals, and ...

George Crabbe - Literary Criticism - 1840
...bold language of these blushless liars. There are among them those who cannot read, And yet they '11 buy a patent, and succeed ; Will dare to promise dying...upbraid ? With cruel avarice still they recommend More draughts, more syrup to the journey's end : " I feel it not;" " Then take it every hour:" '' It...
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