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" Her eye opes, And heaven in it seems to ope, that late was shut, To take me up to mercy. "
The Works of John Webster - Page 284
by John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1830
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...pale lips I will melt ray heart, 'Jo store them with fresh colour: who "s there? Some cordiall drinke. Alas ! I dare not call : So pity would destroy pity:...(madam) he is living, The dead bodies you saw, were but faign'd statues; He 's reconcil'd to your brothers : the pope hath wrought The attonement. • i Dutch....
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...darknesse, and \'Out of this sencible bell : she "s warme, >; breathes : 534 THE DUTCHESSE OF MALFY. Vpon thy pale lips I will melt my heart, To store them with fresh colour: who 's there? Some cordiall drinke. Alas ! I dare not call : So pity would destroy pity : her eye opes,...
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 7

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1823
...the intense anxiety of Bosola, when the Dutchess for a moment opens her eyes before she expires : " her eye opes, And heaven, in it, seems to ope, (that late was shut,) To take me up to mercy." The whole of this part of the scene is most strikingly dramatic. The ensuing dialogue between Antonio...
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The retrospective review, Volume 7

1823
...the intense anxiety of Bosola, when the Dutchess for a moment opens her eyes before she expires : " her eye opes, And heaven, in it, seems to ope, (that late was shut,) To take me up to mercy." • The whole of this part of the scene is most strikingly dramatic. The ensuing dialogue between Antonio...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1823
...the intense anxiety of Bosola, when the Dutchess for a moment opens her eyes before she expires : " her eye opes, And heaven, in it, seems to ope, (that late was shut,) To take me up to mercy." The whole of this part of the scene is most strikingly dramatic. The ensuing dialogue between Antonio...
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Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of Great Britain, Volume 2

1837
...life : — Return, fair soul, from darkness, and lead mine Out of this sensible hell : — she's warm, she breathes: — Upon thy pale lips I will melt my heart, To store them with fresh colour. — Who 's there ! Some cordial drink ! Alas ! I dare not call : . So pity would destroy pity. Her...
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The Youth of Shakspeare, Volume 3

Robert Folkestone Williams - 1839
...! Here's life ! Return fair soul from darkness and lead mine Out of this sensible hell. She's warm; she breathes! Upon thy pale lips I will melt my heart,...with fresh colour. Who's there ? Some cordial drink! Her eye opes, And Heaven in it seems to ope, that late was shut To take me up to mercy. WEBSTER. Corbaccio....
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The youth of Shakspeare, by the author of 'Shakspeare and his friends'.

Robert Folkestone Williams - History - 1839
...soul from darkness and lead mine Out of this sensible hell. She's warm ; she breathes ! Upon thy pule lips I will melt my heart, To store them with fresh colour. Who's there ? Some cordial drink ! Her eye opes, And Heaven in it seems to ope, that late was shut To take me up to mercy. WEBSTER....
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The Youth of Shakspeare, Volume 3

Robert Folkestone Williams - 1840
...! Here's life ! Return fair soul from darkness and lead mine Out of this sensible hell. She's warm; she breathes ! Upon thy pale lips I will melt my heart, To store them with fresh color. Who's there ? Some cordial drink ! And Heaven in it seems to ope, that late was shut To take...
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Specimens of the British poets: with biographical and critical notices and ...

Thomas Campbell - Literary Criticism - 1844 - 716 pages
...breathes. Upon thy pale lips I will melt my heart, To store them with fresh colour. Who's there I Sume cordial drink ! Alas, I dare not call : So pity would...ope, that late was shut, ! To take me up to mercy. Duch. Antonio ! Bos. Yes, madam, he is living : The dead bodies you saw were but feign'd statues ;...
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