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" gainst a thief That comes to steal our goods, things all without us, That prove vexation often more than comfort, How mighty ought our providence to be To prevent those, if any such there were, That... "
The Works of Thomas Middleton, Now First Collected: Some account of ... - Page 81
by Thomas Middleton, William Rowley, Thomas Dekker - 1840
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester, Volume 3

Natural history - 1790
...image, in another piece : What's that? Oh! nothing but the whifp'ring wind, Breathes thro' yon churlifh hawthorn, that grew rude, As if it chid the gentle breath that kifs'd it. OLD LAW. Aft. I wifh it could be added to Maffinger's juft praifes, that he had preferved...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: Introduction; Essay on the dramatick writings ...

Philip Massinger, John Ferriar - English drama - 1805
...extravagantly, who could produce this tender and delicate image, in another piece : What's that? oh, nothing but the whispering wind ' Breathes through...rude, As if it chid the gentle breath that kiss'd it. . • The Old Law, Act IV.. so. ii. I wish it could be added to Massinger's just praises, that he had...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1808
...listening, as fearing every sound. Cle. What's that ? Oh, nothing but the whisp'ring wind Breathes thro' yon churlish hawthorn, that grew rude As if it chid...lies hid all my life's treasure, Which is too much ever to fear to lose, Though it be never lost ; and if our watchfulness Ought to be wise and serious...
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The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Volume 3

1811
...extravagantly, who could produce this tender and delicate image, in another piece: What's that? Oh, nothing but the whispering wind Breathes through yon...rude, As if it chid the gentle breath that kiss'd it. The Old Law, act 4. sc. 2. I wish it could be added to Massinger's just praises, that he had preserved...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1813
...listening, as fearing every sound. Cle. What's that? Oh, northing but the whisp'ring wind Breathes thro' yon churlish hawthorn, that grew rude As if it chid...lies hid all my life's treasure, Which is too much ever to fear to lose, Though it be never lost ; and if our watchfulness Ought to be wise and serious...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger,: Advertisement to the second edition ...

Philip Massinger - 1813
...i. vagantly, who could produce this tender and delicate image, in another piece : What's that? oh, nothing but the whispering wind Breathes through yon...rude, As if it chid the gentle breath that kiss'd it. The Old Laze, Act IV. sc. ii. I wish it could be added to Massinger's just praises, that he had preserved...
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Plays: The city madam. The guardian. A very woman. The bashful lover. The ...

Philip Massinger, William Gifford - 1813
...down thus." . The Wedding. SCENE II. The Country. A Forest. Enter CLEANTHES. Clean. What's that ? oh, nothing but the whispering wind Breathes through yon...rude, As if it chid the gentle breath that kiss'd it. 1 cannot be too circumspect,.too careful ; For in these woods lies hid all my life's treasure, Which...
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Plays: Advertisement to the second edition. Introduction; Essay on the ...

Philip Massinger, William Gifford - 1813
...and delicate image, in another piece : What's that ? oh, nothing but the whispering wind fireathes through yon churlish hawthorn, that grew rude, As if it chid the gentle breath that kiss'd it. The Old Late, Act IV. sc. ii. I wish it could be added to Massinger's just praises, that he had preserved...
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The dramatic works of Massinger and Ford, Volume 1

Philip Massinger, John Ford - English drama - 1840 - 450 pages
...thee afterward. [£ri(. SCENE II.— The Country. A Foreit. Enter CLEANTHKS. Clean. What's that ? oh, nothing but the whispering wind Breathes through yon...and if our watchfulness Ought to be wise and serious 'gainst a thief That comes to steal our goods, things all without us, That prove vexation often more...
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The dramatic works of Massinger and Ford, Volume 1

Philip Massinger, John Ford - Drama - 1840 - 450 pages
...thee afterward. [Exit. SCENE II.— The Country. A Foreil. Enter CLKANTHKS. Clean. What's that ? oh, nothing but the whispering wind Breathes through yon...and if our watchfulness Ought to be wise and serious 'gainst a thief That comes to steal our goods, things all without ne, That prove vexation often more...
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