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" Others, convinc'd by melancholy Proof, Enquire when courteous Fates will ftrike em off. Some, by what means they may redrefs the Wrong, When Fathers the Pofleflion keep too long. "
The Invisible Spy - Page 6
by Eliza Fowler Haywood - 1755
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The Dispensary: A Poem. In Six Canto's

Sir Samuel Garth - 1706 - 120 pages
...foon *Pantkea may b'e won, And longs to feel the Marriage Fetters on. C 4 Others, Others, convinc'd by melancholy Proof, Enquire when courteous Fates will ftrike em off. Some, by what means they may redrefs the Wrong, When Fathers the Pofleflion keep too long. And fome would know the Iffue of their...
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The Art of English Poetry Containing: Rules for making verses. A collection ...

Edward Bysshe - English language - 1710 - 554 pages
...One asks how foon Panthea may be won, And longs to feel the Marriage-Fetters on : Others, convinc'd by melancholy Proof, . . Enquire when courteous Fates will ftrike 'em off Some by what Means they may redrefs the Wrong, When Fathers the Pofleffion keep too long. And fome would know the I flue of their...
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The British poets, including translations

British poets - 1822
...shams reveals, And what the stars know nothing of, foretels. One asks how soon Panthea may be won, And longs to feel the marriage fetters on : Others, convinced by melancholy proof, Inquire when courteous fates will strike them off. Some by what means they may redress their wrong,...
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