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Agamemnon Alfred Antium Arcas Behold beneath bosom brave breast canst CASSAN Cassandra charms CLY TEM N CLY TEMN Clytemnestra Coriolanus daughter death dreadful e'er EGIST H U EGISTH U.S. Egisthus eyes faith fate father fear fortune friendship fury Galesus glorious glory gods hand happy hear heart Heaven honour hope horror justice king L A N L L U.S. Laura LLUS lord lov’d Madam Marcius means Melisander mighty Mycenae ne'er never noble º º o'er Osmond passions peace pity pride prince rage Rodolpho Roman Roman senate Rome SCENE scorn senate shame Sicily SIFF Siffredi SIGIS SIGISM Sigismunda slave soft soul sword Talthybius Tancred tears TEMN TEMN ESTRA tender thee thine thought thro throne Titus toil traitor Troy Tullus tyrant vengeance Veturia virtue Volsci Volscian Volusius whate'er woes wretched
Page 124 - When Britain first, at Heaven's command, Arose from out the azure main, This was the charter of the land, And guardian angels sung this strain: Rule, Britannia, rule the waves! Britons never will be slaves!
Page 38 - Cast on the wildest of the Cyclad's isles, Where never human foot had marked the shore, These ruffians left me — yet believe me, Areas, Such is the rooted love we bear mankind, All ruffians as they were, I never heard A sound so dismal as their parting oars.
Page 133 - The death of those distinguish'd by their station, " But by their virtue more, awakes the mind " To solemn dread, and strikes a saddening awe: " Not that we grieve for them, but for ourselves, " Left to the toil of life — And yet the best " Are, by the playful children of this world, " At once forgot, as they had never been.
Page 211 - My holy scalp," turn whining monk myself, And pray incessant for the tyrant's safety.—— What ! How ! because an insolent invader, A sacrilegious tyrant, " in contempt " Of all those noblest rights, \vhich to maintain
Page 233 - He loved his friends with such a warmth of heart, So clear of interest, so devoid of art, Such generous friendship, such unshaken zeal ; No words can speak it, but our tears may tell.— O candid truth, O faith without a stain, O manners gently firm and nobly plain, O sympathising love of others' bliss ! Where will you find another breast like his ? Such was the Man.
Page 298 - As thou durst never ask ; a perfect union Of their whole nation with imperial Rome, In all her privileges, all her rights ; By the just gods, I will. — What would'st thou more ? Auf. What would I more, proud Roman ? This I would — Fire the cursed forest, where these Roman wolves Haunt and infest their nobler neighbours round them...
Page 204 - Ha! arrogant pretensions ! Heaven and earth! What ! arrogant pretensions to my wife ? My wedded wife! — Where are we? in a land Of civil rule, of liberty, and laws ? — Not, on my life, pursue them ! — Giddy prince ! My life disdains thy nod.
Page 233 - Not one immoral, one corrupted thought, One line which, dying, he could wish to blot.