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" Here's an eye Able to tempt a great man to serve God ; A pretty hanging lip, that has forgot now to dissemble. Methinks this mouth should make a swearer tremble, A drunkard clasp his teeth, and not undo 'em To suffer wet damnation to run through 'em.... "
The Ancient British Drama ... - Page 117
edited by - 1810 - 614 pages
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A Select Collection of Old Plays, Volumes 1-4

Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1744
...mouth (hould make a Cwearer tremble j A drunkard claip his teeth, and not undo 'em, . . . , To fuffer wet damnation to run through ?em. . ' Here's a cheek keeps her colour let the wind go whiflle r: Spout rain, we fear thee not : be hot or cold. All's one with us ; and is not Jie abfurd,...
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A Select Collection of Old Plays: Mal-content

Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed - English drama - 1780
...fuffer wet damnation to run through 'em. Here'* a cheek keeps her colour let the wind go whittle : Spout Spout rain, we fear thee not : be hot or cold, All's one with us; and is not he abiurd, VViiole fortunes are upon their faces let, That tear no other God but wind and wet ? Hippctito....
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1808
...swearer tremble ; A drunkard clasp his teeth, and not undo 'em, To sufter wet damnation to run thro' 'em. Here's a cheek keeps her colour let, the wind...thee not : be hot or cold, All's one with us : and it not he absurd, Whose fortunes are upon their faces set, That fear no other God but wind and wet?...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1813
...swearer tremble ; A drunkard clasp his teeth, and not undo 'em, To suffer wet damnation to run thro' 'em. Here's a cheek keeps her colour let the wind...faces set, That fear no other God but wind and wet? Does the silk-worm expend her yellow labours For thee ? for thee does she undo herself? Are lordships...
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Tickler, Or, Monthly Compendium of Good Things, in Prose and ..., Volumes 1-3

English wit and humor - 1818
...run thro* tea. Here's a cheek eeps her colour let the wind go whistle : Spout rain, we fear thcc not : be hot or cold, All's one with us : and is not...faces set, That fear no other god but wind and wet .' Does the silkworm tipend heryellow labours For thee ? for thee does she undo herself? Are lordships...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1823
...dissemble. Methinks this mouth should make a swearer tremble ; A drunkard clasp his teeth, and not undo 'em To suffer wet damnation to run through 'em. Here's...faces set, That fear no other God but wind and wet ? Hip. Brother, you've spoke that right: Is this the form that living shone so bright ? Vind. The very...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1823
...dissemble. Methinks this mouth should make a swearer tremble ; A drunkard clasp his teeth, and not undo 'em To suffer wet damnation to run through 'em. Here's...faces set, That fear no other God but wind and wet ? Hip. Brother, you've spoke that right : Is this the form that living shone so bright ? Find. The...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of ..., Volume 1

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1844 - 450 pages
...swearer tremble ; A drunkard clasp his teeth, and not undo 'em, To suffer wet damnation to run thro' 'em. Here's a cheek keeps her colour let the wind...whistle : Spout rain, we fear thee not : be hot or cold, All 's one with us : and is not he absurd, Whose fortunes are upon their faces set, That fear no other...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1845
...his teeth, and not undo 'em, To suffer wet damnation to run thro' 'em, Here 'sa cheek keeps her color let the wind go whistle : Spout rain, we fear thee not : be hot or cold, All 's one with us : and is not he absurd, Whose fortunes are upon their faces set, That fear no other...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1845
...his teeth, and not undo 'em, To suffer wet damnation to run thro' 'em, Here 'sa cheek keeps her color let the wind go whistle : Spout rain, we fear thee not : be hot or cold, All 's one with us : and is not he absurd, Whose fortunes are upon their faces set, That fear no other...
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