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The Works: The ambitious step-mother. Tamerlane. The fair penitent. Ulysses - Page 260
by Nicholas Rowe - 1766
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The ambitious step-mother. Tamerlane. The fair penitent. Ulysses

Nicholas Rowe - English drama - 1720
...Thtnam I doom'd to live, and bear your Triumph? To groan beiieaih your Scorn and fierce Upbraidings, Daily to be reproach'd, and have my Mifery At Morn,...of Peace ; Is this, is this the Mercy of a Father ? g only beg to die, and be denies mil Set. Hence irom my light thy Father cannot bear thee; Fly with...
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Dramatic Works

Nicholas Rowe - History - 1720
...Gii.Thenam I doom'dtolive, and bear your Triumph? To groan beneath your Scorn and fierce Upbraidiugs, Daily to be reproach'd, and have my Mifery At Morn,...grant a Moment's Interval of Peace ; ., . Is this, is thit the Mercy of a Father 3 • • .' I only beg to die, and he denies me. .. , -r Sti. .•— I...
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The Fair Penitent. A Tragedy: Written by Nicholas Rowe, Esq

Nicholas Rowe - 1754 - 82 pages
...your Scorn and fierce Upbraiding, Daily to be reproach 'd, and have my Mifery " At Morn, at Noon, at Night told over to me, Left my Remembrance might grow...of a Father ? I only beg to die, and he denies me. Sci. Hence from my Sight, thy Father cannot bear thee ; Fly with thy Infamy to fome dark Cell, Where...
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The Works of Nicholas Rowe ...

Nicholas Rowe - 1756
...Then am I doom'd to live, and bear your Triumph ? To groan beneath your Scorn and fierce Upbraidings, Daily to be reproach'd, and have my Mifery At Morn,...of a Father? I only beg to die, and he denies me. SCIOLTO. Hence from my Sight, thy Father cannot bear thee; Fly with thy Infamy to fome dark Cell, Where...
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The Works of Nicholas Rowe, Esq; ...: The Royal convert - Jane Shore - Jane ...

Nicholas Rowe - 1766 - 373 pages
...am I doom'd to live, and bear your Triumph ! ' To groan beneath your Scorn and fierce Upbraidings, Daily to be reproach'd, and have my Mifery At Morn,...to me> . \ Left my Remembrance might grow pitiful, Andjjrant a Moment's Interval of PeaCe! " . .- " 1 Is this, is this the Mercy of a Father? I only beg...
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British Theatre: Alzira, by Aaron Hill [adapted from Voltaire] 1791. The ...

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...upbraiding, Daily to be reproach'd, and have my misery At morn, at noon, at night told over to me, " Lest my remembrance might grow pitiful, " And grant a moment's...of peace;" Is this, is this the mercy of a father ? 200 I only beg to die, and he denies me. Sci. Hence, from my sight ! thy father cannot bear thee...
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The Fair Penitent, Volume 3, Issue 1

Nicholas Rowe - Drama - 1797 - 57 pages
...upbraiding, Daily to be reproach'd, and have my misery At morn, at noon, at night told over to me, " Lest my remembrance might grow pitiful, " And grant a moment's...of peace;" Is this, is this the mercy of a father ? 200 I only beg to die, and he denies me. Set. Hence, from my sight ! thy father cannot bear thee...
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Bell's British theatre, Volume 3

John Bell - 1797
...upbraiding, Daily to be reproach'd, and have my misery At morn, at noon, at night told over to me, " Lest my remembrance might grow pitiful, " And grant a moment's...of peace;" Is this, is this the mercy of a father ? 200 1 only beg to die, and he denies me. Sci. Hence, from my sight! thy father cannot bear thee ;...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 3

John Bell - English drama - 1797
...upbraiding, Daily to be reproach'd, and have my misery At morn, at noon, at night told over to me, Lest my remembrance might grow pitiful, And grant a moment's interval of peace ;'' 's this, is this the mercy of a father ? 200 only beg to die, and he denies me. Sci. Hence, from...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...upbraidиiĞ, 5aily to be reproached, and have my misery Vt morn, at noon, at night, told over to me, eest my remembrance might grow pitiful, And grant a moment's interval of peace ! s this, is this the mercy of a father? ! only beg to die, and he denies me. Sei. Hence, from my sight...
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