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" Oh, holy Nature ! thou dost never plead in vain. There is not, of our earth, a creature bearing form, and life, human or savage — native of the forest wild, or giddy air-— around whose parent bosom, thou... "
Mrs. Jordan - Page 25
by James Boadan - 1800
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volume 7

Literary Criticism - 1799
...babe, th* laft bleffing of my friend. " Cen. Go m.— (Retires,) " Rol. Oh! holy nature ! thou doft never plead in vain.— There is not, of our earth, a creature bearing form, and life, human or favage — native of the forett wild, or giddy air — around whofc parent hofom, THOU haft not a cord...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 26

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1799
...prifon doors, the fuppofed prieft breaks out into the following foliloquy : ' Oh holy nature 1 thou doft never plead in vain. There is not, of our earth, a creature bearing form and life human or favage — native of the foreft wild or giddy air — around whofe parent bofom thou haft not a cord...
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Pizarro: A Tragedy, in Five Acts; as Performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury ...

August von Kotzebue, Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1799 - 76 pages
...babey the laft bleffing of my friend. Cen. Go in. — (Retires.) Rol. Oh ! holy Nature ! thou do'ft never plead in vain. — There is not, of our earth, a creature bearing form, and life, human or favage — native of the foreft wild, or giddy air— around whofe parent bofom, THOU hall not a cord...
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The Dramatic Works of Baron Kotzebue...

August von Kotzebue - 1800
...to receive for her, and for her babe, the last blessing of my friend. Cent. Go in. f Retires.) Rol. Oh! holy nature! thou dost never plead in vain. —There...thou hast not a cord entwined of power to tie them ta their offspring's claims, and at thy will to draw them back to thee. On iron pennons borne — the...
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Pizarro: A Tragedy in Five Acts. As Performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane

August von Kotzebue - Drama - 1804 - 78 pages
...babe, the laft bleffing of my friend. Cen. Go in.— (Rel ires.) Rol. Oh ! holy Nature ! thou doft never plead in vain. — There is not, of our earth, a creature bearing form, and life, human or favage — native of the foreft wild, or giddy air — around whofe parent bofom, THOU haft not a cord...
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The Emerald, Volumes 1-2

Business & Economics - 1806 - 698 pages
...-al:IpwBhim to enter into' the cell of AlonOlt holy nature, thou dost ^ plead in vain. There is • hot of our . earth a creature bearing form and life, human or savage, native of the forest or the air, around whose parent bosom thou hast not a chord entwined of pmv, er to tie them to their...
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The art of reading: containing a number of useful rules, exemplified by a ...

Daniel Staniford - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1817 - 240 pages
...her babe the last blessing of my friend. Sent Go in. (Retires.) Rol. O holy nature ! thou dost(never plead in vain.- — There is. not, of our earth, a...not a cord entwined of power to tie them to their offspring claims, and at thy will to draw them back to thee. On iron pinions borne, the blood stained...
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The Works of the Late Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan ...

Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Thomas Moore - English drama - 1821
...receive for her and for her babe the last blessing of my friend. Cent. Go in. [Retires. Rol. Oh ! Wy Nature ! thou dost never plead in vain. — There...a creature bearing form, and life, human or savage — na' tive of the forest wild, or giddy air — around whose parent bosom thou hast not a cord entwined...
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The British drama; a collection of the most esteemed tragedies, comedies ...

British drama - 1824
...creature bearing form, and life, human IT savage—native of the forest wild, or giddy air—around whose parent bosom, thou hast not a cord entwined, of power to tie them to their oflspring's claims, and at thy will to draw them back to thee. On iron pinions borne, the blood-stained...
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The Works

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - 1825 - 319 pages
...but to receive for her and for her babe the last blessing of my friend. Cent. Coin. [Retires. Rol. Oh! holy Nature! thou dost never plead in vain. —...wild, or giddy air — around whose parent bosom thou hastnot a cord entwined of powerto tie them to their offspring's claims,and at thy will to draw them...
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