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" I've seen enough of thee And now am careless what thou say'st of me Thy smiles I court not nor thy frowns I fear My cares are past my head lies quiet here What faults you saw in me take care to shun And look at home enough there's to be done... "
"Quaint epitaphs". - Page 51
1898 - 57 pages
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Ancient and Present State of the City of Oxford

Anthony ΰ Wood, John Peshall (Sir.) - Oxford (England) - 1773 - 408 pages
...Churcb-Tard. of ANN WYNN, 1741. Farewel vain World I know enough of thec, I value not what thou canft fay of me ; Thy Smiles I court not, nor thy Frowns I fear, It is enough for me, my Head lies quiet here. What Faults you've feen in me, take Care to fluin, And...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 58

History - 1845
...useful advice : — "Farewell, vain world, I'veseen enough of thee, And now am careless what thou say'st of me, — Thy smiles I court not, nor thy frowns I fear; My cares are past ; my head lies quiet here — What fanlts thou see'st in me take care to shun —...
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Collectaneous Epitaphs: Chiefly Designed to Assist Surviving Relations in ...

Morgan Williams - Epitaphs - 1822 - 72 pages
...EXSELVES. I. Farewel, vain world t I've seen enough of thee, And now am careless, what thon say'st of me : Thy smiles I court not, nor thy frowns I fear, My cares are past, my head lies quiet here : What faults you saw in me, take care to shun, And look...
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GĒpitαfia, or, A collection of memorials, inscribed to the memory of good ...

Epitaphia - 1826
...1798, Aged 47 Years. ADIEU vain world I've seen enough of thee And now am careless what thou say'st of me Thy smiles I court not nor thy frowns I fear My cares are past my head lies quiet here What faults you saw in Me take care to shun And look at home...
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The history of Kington, by a member of the Mechanics institute of Kington [R ...

Richard Parry (of Kington.) - 1845
...Underneath are the following lines : — " Farewell vain world, I bid adieu to thee, And value not what thon can'st say of me ; Thy smiles I court not, nor thy frowns I fear, And hope, thro' Christ, my soul lies quiet here." " Elizabeth his wife died May the 21st, 1784, aged...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 58

1845
...advice : — "Farewell, vain world, I'reseen enough of thee, ' And now am careless what thou say'st of me, — Thy smiles I court not, nor thy frowns I fear; My cares arc past ; my head lies quiet here — What fanlts thou see'st in me take care to shun —...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 58

Political Science - 1845
...advice : — " Farewell, vain world, I've seen enough of thee, And now am careless what thou say'st of me, — Thy smiles I court not, nor thy frowns I fear; My cares are past ; my head lies quiet here — What faults thou see'st in me take care to shun —...
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Narrative of the wreck of the 'Favorite' on the island of Desolation ...

John Nunn - 1850
...Portland of London. Farewell, vain world, I've seen enough of thee, And now I'm careless what thou say'st of me : Thy smiles I court not, nor thy frowns I fear, Since my head's at rest and I'm quiet here : What faults you've seen in me, take care to shun ; Look...
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Narrative of the wreck of the 'Favorite' on the island of Desolation ...

John Nunn - 1850
...Portland of London. Farewell, vain world, I've seen enough of thee, And now I'm careless what thou say'st of me : Thy smiles I court not, nor thy frowns I fear, Since my head's at rest and I'm quiet here : What faults you've seen in me, take care to shun ; Look...
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The rambler in Worcestershire, or Stray notes on churches and ..., Volume 2

John Noake - 1851
...church. In the churchyard are the following uncompromising lines : " Farewell, vain world ! I 've seen enough of thee ! And value not what thou can'st say of me. Tby smiles I court not, nor tby frowns I fear : All 's one to me whose head lies quiet here. What faults...
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