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" Till we have pray'd thee leave the strings awhile, And laid our ears close to thy ivory fingers, Suspecting all the harmony proceeded From their own motion, without the need Of any dull or passive instrument. No, Amidea, thou shalt not bear one scar To... "
Some account of Shirley and his writings. Commendatory verses on Shirley ... - Page 172
by James Shirley, William Gifford, Alexander Dyce - 1833 - 1 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 4

1819
...will miss a white companion, And wither on thy arm : what then can I Expect from thee to save me ? 1 would live, And owe my life to thee, so 'twere not...bought Too dear. Ami. Do you believe I should not find The way to heaven ? were both mine eyes thy ransom, I shall climb up those high and nigged dills Without...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 4

1819
...on thy arm : what then can I Expect from thee to save me ? 1 would live, And owe my life to thee, to 'twere not bought Too dear. Ami. Do you believe I should not find The way to heaven ? were both mine eyes thy ransom, I shall elimb'up those high ami rugged cliffs Without...
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The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley, Now First Collected: The ...

James Shirley - 1833
...up all : what thinkst thou of an eye ? Couldst thou spare one, and think the blemish recompens'd, To see me safe with t'other? Or a hand ? This white hand,...bought Too dear. Ami. Do you believe I should not find The way to heaven? were both mine eyes thy ransom , I shall climb up those high and rugged cliffs Without...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets: who lived about the time of ..., Volume 1

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1835
...one scar, To buy my life ; the sickle shall not touch A flower, that grows so fair upon his stalk : I would live, and owe my life to thee, So 'twere not bought too dear. Amid. Do you believe, I should not find The way to heav'n, were both mine eyes thy ransom I shall...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of ..., Volume 2

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1844
...one scar, To buy my life ; the sickle shall not touch A flower, that grows so fair upon his stalk : I would live, and owe my life to thee, So 'twere not bought too dear. Amid. Do you believe, I should not find The way to heav'n, were both mine eyes thy ransom ? I shall...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1854 - 522 pages
...one scar, To buy my life ; the sickle shall not touch A flower, that grows so fair upon his stalk : I would live, and owe my life to thee, So 'twere not bought too dear. Amid. Do you believe, I should not find The way to heaven, were both mine eyes thy ransom ? I shall...
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JAMES SHIRLEY

EDMUN GOSSE - 1888
...the harmony proceeded From their own motion, without the need Of any dull or passive instrument. "So, Amidea, thou shalt not bear one scar* To buy my life...bought Too dear. Ami. Do you believe I should not find The way to Heaven ? were both mine eyes thy ransom, I shall climb up those high and rugged cliffs Without...
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James Shirley, Volume 15

James Shirley, Sir Edmund William Grosse - 1888 - 466 pages
...motion, without the need Of any dull or passive instrument. No, Amidea, thou shalt not bear one scar1 To buy my life ; the sickle shall not touch A flower...bought Too dear. Ami. Do you believe I should not find The way to Heaven ? were both mine eyes thy ransom, I shall climb up those high and rugged cliffs Without...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets who Lived about the Time of ..., Volume 2

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1893
...bear one scar To buy my life ; the sickle shall not touch A flower that grows so fair upon his stalk : I would live, and owe my life to thee, So 'twere not bought too dear. Amid. Do you believe, I should not find The way to Heav'n ? were both mine eyes thy ransom I shall...
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English Literature: From the age of Henry VIII to the age of Milton, by ...

Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse - English literature - 1903
...buy my life ; the sickle shall not touch A flower, that grows so fair upon his stalk. . . . Thy other hand will miss a white companion, And wither on thy...owe my life to thee, so 'twere not bought Too dear. The declining art of drama suffered an abrupt and complete extinction at The Drama the breaking out...
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