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" Hang a prodigious meteor all thy life., And when by some as bloody hand as thine Thy soul is ebbing forth, it shall descend In flaming drops upon thee : oh, I faint ! — Thou flattering world, farewell ! let princes gather My dust into a glass, and learn... "
The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley, Now First Collected: The ... - Page 184
by James Shirley - 1833
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 4

England - 1819
...prayers for mercy, murders the Duke, who dies exclaiming, I am coming, Amidea, I am coming.— For thee, inhuman murderer, expect My blood shall fly to heaven,...when That's out, Time never turns the glass agen. [Diet. Lor. So ! Lay him beside his mistress ; hide their faces. The duke dismiss'd the train came...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 4

1819
...Amidea, I am coming For thee, inhuman murderer, expect My blood shall fly to heaven, and there inftam'd, Hang a prodigious meteor all thy life, And when by...when That's out. Time never turns the glass agen. [Día. Lor. So ! Lay him beside his mistress ; hide their faces. The duke dismiss'd the train came...
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Essay on English poetry

Thomas Campbell - Authors, English - 1819
...bloody hand as thine, Thy soul is ebbing forth, it shall descend, In flaming drops, upon thee. O ! I faint ! Thou flattering world, farewell. Let princes...— for when That's out, Time never turns the glass again. 111031 THE S-VME. * * When our souls shall leave this dwelling, The glory of one fair and virtuous...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 4

England - 1819
...hand as thine Thy soul is ebbing forth, it shall descend In flaming drops upon thee: oh, I faint I—- Thou flattering world farewell ! let princes gather...state, that's all they have ; for when That's out, Thne never turns the glass agen. | /' Lor. So! Lay him beside his mistress ; hide their faces. The...
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The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of science ..., Volume 10

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...run. t Chapman. Let princes gather My dust into ii glass, and learn to spend Their hour of stale- — that's all they have — for when That's out. Time never turns the glass again. Shirley. bim drunk, that on« gloa hath disabled him from well discerning his present condition....
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The grateful servant. The traitor. Love's cruelty. Love in a maze. The Bird ...

James Shirley, Alexander Dyce - 1833
...fly to heaven, and there inflam'd, Hang a prodigious meteor all thy lite, 184 THE TRAITOR. [Act V. And when by some as bloody hand as thine Thy soul...when That's out, Time never turns the glass agen. [Diet. Lor. So ! Lay him beside his mistress ; hide their faces. The duke dismiss'd the train came...
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Some account of Shirley and his writings. Commendatory verses on Shirley ...

James Shirley, William Gifford, Alexander Dyce - 1833 - 1 pages
...thine Thou flattering world, farewell! let princes gather In flaming drops upon thee : oh, 1 faint!— My dust into a glass, and learn to spend Their hour...when That's out, Time never turns the glass agen. [Diet. Lor. So! • " Lay him beside his mistress ; hide their faces. The duke dismiss'd the train...
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Specimens of the British poets: with biographical and critical notices, and ...

Thomas Campbell - English poetry - 1853 - 749 pages
...faint 1 Thou flattering world, farewell. Let princes gather My doit into a glase, and learn to 8pend Their hour of state — that's all they have — for when That's out, Time петег turns the glass again. . FROM THE SAME. • • When our soul« shall leave this dwelling,...
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Specimens of the British Poets: With Biographical and Critcal Notices and An ...

1855
...flaming drops, upon the«. 01 I faint 1 Thou flattering world, farewell. Let princes gather My dost into a glass, and learn to spend Their hour of state — that's all they hare— for when That's out, Time петег turns the glass again. FROM THB SAME. * • Wben our souls...
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Laconics: or, The best words of the best authors

John Timbs - Reference - 1856
...not the quantity they eat, but the manner of eating, that shows an esquire. — Steele. ccLxxxin. • Let princes gather My dust into a glass, and learn...— for when That's out, Time never turns the glass again. The Traitor — Shirley. CCLXXXIV. A system -monger, who without knowing any thing of the world...
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