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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes - Page 175
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The Beauties of All Magazines Selected for ..., Volume 1

1762
...title only left; Severely humbled to her one-horfe chair, And the low paftimes of a country fair : Too wretched to endure one lonely day, Too proud one friendly vifit to repay, Too indolent toi read, too criminal to pray. At length half dead, half mad, and quite confín 'd. Shunning and ftiunn'd...
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The modern fine lady

Soame Jenyns - Science - 1751 - 8 pages
...Title only left $ Severely humbled to her One-horfe Chair, And the low paftimes of a Country Fair : Too wretched to endure one lonely Day, Too proud one...half mad, and quite confin'd, * * " • Shunning, and ihun'd by all of Human kind, Ev'n robb'd of the laft Comfort of her Life, Infulting the poor Curate's...
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The modern fine lady [a poem, by S. Jenyns.].

Soame Jenyns - 1751
...Too wretched to endure one lonely Day,' Ч .if• •, * Too proud one friendly Vifit to repay, Tfpo indolent to read, too criminal to pray. At length...dead, half mad, and quite confin'd, Shunning, and ihun'd by all of Human kind, Ev'n robb'd of the laft Comfort of her Life, Infulting the poor Curate's...
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Poems. By *****

Soame Jenyns - 1752 - 194 pages
...title only left ; Severely humbled to her one-horfe chair, And the low paftimes of a country fair : Too wretched to endure one lonely day, Too proud one...repay, Too indolent to read, too criminal to pray. F 3 At length half dead, half mad, and quite confm'd, Shunning, and fhun'd by all of human kind, Ev'n...
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A collection of poems, by several hands [ed. by R. Dodsley].

Collection - 1755
...and title only left; Severely humbled to her one-horfe chair, And the low paftimes of a country fair: Too wretched to endure one lonely day, Too proud one...with true fcorpion rage fhe flings herfelf to death. I ELEGY ELEGY To Mifs DW D. In the Manner of OVID. By the late Mr. HAMMOND. OSay, thou dear poffeflbr...
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A collection of poems ...

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1758
...title only left; Severely humbled to her one-horfe chair, And the low paftimes of a country fair : Too Too wretched to endure one lonely day, Too proud one...and fhunn'd by all of human kind, Ev'n robb'd of the lad comfort of her life, Infulting the poor curate's callous wife, Pride, difappointed pride, now flops...
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Miscellaneous Pieces, in Verse and Prose

Soame Jenyns, Isaac Hawkins Browne - Good and evil - 1770 - 452 pages
...title only left ; Severely humbled to her one-horfe chair, And the low paftimes of a country fair : Too Too wretched to endure one lonely day, Too proud one...dead, half mad, and quite confin'd, Shunning, and fhun'd by all of human kind, Ev'n rob'd of the laft comfort of her life, Infulting the poor curate's...
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Miscellaneous Pieces, in Verse and Prose

Soame Jenyns, Isaac Hawkins Browne - 1770 - 452 pages
...length half dead, half mad, and quite confin'd, Shunning, and fhun'd by all of human kind, Ev'n rob'd of the laft comfort of her life, Infulting the poor...with true fcorpion rage fhe flings herfelf to death. Horatii Horatii Ep. I. Lib. II. ad Auguftum. THE FIRST EPISTLE OF THE Second Book of HORACE, ' IMITATED....
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A collection of poems, by several hands [ed. by R. Dodsley]. [2 other copies ...

Collection - 1770
...only left ; Severely hu/nbled to her one-horfe chair, And the low paftimes of a country-fair: • Too Too wretched to endure one lonely day, Too proud one friendly vifit to repay, TOO indolent to readi too criminal to ptey. At length half dead, half mad, and quite confin'd. Shunning, and fhunn'd...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes. By Several Hands: With Notes

English poetry - 1782
...admirers, equipage bereft; Her infolence, and title, only left ; Severely humbled to her oac-horfe chair, And the low paftimes of a country-fair : Too...now flops her breath, And with true fcorpion rage fte flings herfelf to death. I [ 182 ] AN ESSAY ON VIRTUE. To the Honourable PHIMP YORKE, Efq; now...
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