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" what to them seemed vice, might be but woe. Hard is his fate, on whom the public gaze Is fixed forever to detract or praise; Repose denies her requiem to his name, And folly loves the martyrdom of fame. "
Biographical Sketches of the Bench and Bar of South Carolina: To which is ... - Page 373
by John Belton O'Neall - 1859
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Speeches of the Late Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan: (Several ...

Richard Brinsley Sheridan - Great Britain - 1816
...tone Jar in the music which was born their own, Still let them pause—Ah! little do they know That what to them seemed vice might be but woe. Hard is...to his name, And Folly loves the martyrdom of Fame. But far from us and from our mimic scene Such things should be—if such have ever been; Ours be the...
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The Monthly Review

1816
...whatever be its efficacy in point of fact: ' Hard is his fate on whom the public gaze Is fixed for ever to detract or praise. Repose denies her requiem to his name, And Folly loves the martyrdom of Fame. —————————————-, ' 'i . ' * See Fox, Burke, and Pitt's eulogy on Mr. Slieridan's...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volume 8

Washington Irving - 1816
...what to them seem'd vice might be but wo. Hard is his fate on whom the public gaze, Is fix'd for ever to detract or praise; Repose denies her requiem to...his name, ', And Folly loves the martyrdom of Fame. The secret cnemy, whose sleepless eye Stands centinel. accuser, judge, and spy; The foc, the fool,...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 6; Volume 24

William Hendry Stowell - 1816
...power with which the passage is written. ' Hard is his fate on whom the public gaze Is fixed for ever to detract or praise, Repose denies her requiem to his name, And Folly loves the martyrdom of Fame. The secret enemy whose sleepless eye Stands sentinel—accuser—judge—and spy, The foe—the fool—the...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 78

English literature - 1816
...which was born their dwn; Still let them pause—Ah ! little do they know That what to them seem'd vice, might be but woe. Hard is his fate, on whom the public gaze Is fijt'd lor ever, to detract or praise, Repose denies her requiem to his name, And Folly loves the martyrdom...
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The works of ... lord Byron

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1818
...tone Jar in the music which was born their own, Still let them pause—Ah! little do they know That what to them seemed Vice might be but Woe. Hard is his fate on whom the public gaze Is fixed for ever to detract or praise; Repose denies her requiem to his name, And Folly loves the martyrdom...
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The works of ... lord Byron

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1818
...to them seemed Vice might be but Woe. Hard ,iť his lute on whom the public gaze Is fixetl for ever to detract or praise; Repose denies her requiem to his name, And Folly loves the martyrdom of Fame. The secret enemy whose sleepless eye Stands sentinel — accuser — judge — and spy, 70 The foe...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 19

English literature - 1818
...rendered more conspicuous by their elevation. ' Hard is his fate on whom the public gaze Is fix'd for ever to detract or praise ; Repose denies her requiem to his name, And Tolly loves the martyrdom of Fame : The secret enemy, whose sleepless eye Stands sentinel, accuser,...
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British melodies, extracts from the modern poets [signed J.H.R.].

British melodies - 1820
...tone Jar in the music which was Iwru their own, Still let them pause—Ah! little do they know That what to them seemed Vice might be but Woe. Hard is his fate on whom the public gaze Is fixed for ever to detract or praise; Repose denies her requiem to his name, And Folly loves the martyrdom...
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The works of lord Byron

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1820
...what to them seem'd Vice might be but Wo. Hard is his fate on whom the public gaze Is fix'd for ever to detract or praise ; Repose denies her requiem to his name, And Folly loves the martyrdom of Fame. The secret enemy whose sleepless eye Stands sentinel—accuser—judge—and spy, The foe—the fool—the...
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