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" Within her breast, my breath perhaps may wake it. Could I but prosper there, I would not doubt My combat with that loud vain-glorious boaster. "
The Works: The ambitious step-mother. Tamerlane. The fair penitent. Ulysses - Page 238
by Nicholas Rowe - 1766
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Dramatic Works

Nicholas Rowe - History - 1720
...• Her. Wor. Two Hours e'er Noon to morrow! ha! e'er that He fees Cali/la ! ob unthinking Fool What if I urg'd her with the Crime and Danger ? If any...loud vain-glorious Boafter. Were you, ye Fair, but teautious whom ye truft, Did you but think how feklom Fools are juft, So many of your Sex'wou'd not,...
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The ambitious step-mother. Tamerlane. The fair penitent. Ulysses

Nicholas Rowe - English drama - 1720
...fftr. Her. Two Hours e'er Noon to morrow! ha ! e'er that He fees Califta ! ob unthinking Fool—- What if I urg'd her with the Crime and Danger ? If any Spark from Heav'n remain unquench'd Within her Bread, my Breath perhaps may wake it; Cou'd I but profper there, 1 wou'd not doubt My Combat with that...
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The Fair Penitent. A Tragedy: Written by Nicholas Rowe, Esq

Nicholas Rowe - 1754 - 82 pages
...Roffano. , Her. Two Hours ere Noon to-morrow ! ha ! erę that He fees Calijia! oh unthinking Fool < What if I urg'd her with the Crime and Danger ? If any...• Within her Breaft, my Breath perhaps may wake it j Cou'd I but profper there, I wou'd not doubt My Combat with that loud vain-glorious Jb'oafler. Were...
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The Works of Nicholas Rowe ...

Nicholas Rowe - 1756
...Two Hours ere Noon to-morrow ! Ha ! ere that He fees Catijla. ! Oh unthinking Fool— — .' .'. What if I urg'd her with the Crime and Danger ? If any...Breath perhaps may wake it; Cou'd I but profper there, I.wou'd not doubt My Combat with that loud vain-glorious Boafter. Were you, ye Fair, but cautious whom...
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The Works of Nicholas Rowe, Esq; ...: The Royal convert - Jane Shore - Jane ...

Nicholas Rowe - 1766 - 373 pages
...HORATIO. Two Hours ere Noon To-morrow ! Ha ! ere that He fees Califta ! Oh unthinking Fool— What if I urg'd her with the Crime and Danger ? If any...Within her Breaft, my Breath perhaps may wake it; Coa'd I but profper there, I wou'd not doubt My Combat with that loud vain-glorious Boafter. Were you,...
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British Theatre: Alzira, by Aaron Hill [adapted from Voltaire] 1791. The ...

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...andRoss&KO. Hor. Two hours ere noon to-morrow ! ha ! ere that He sees Calista I Oh, unthinking fool What if I urg'd her with the crime and danger ? If any spark from Heav'n remain unquench'd Within her breast, my breath perhaps may wake it. ' Could I but prosper there, I would not doubt My combat with...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 2

English drama - 1795
...He fees Califta \ Oh, unthinking fool What if I urg'd her with the crime and danger ? If any fpark from Heav'n remain unquench'd Within her breaft, my breath perhaps may wake it. Could I but prolper there, I would not doubt My combat with that loud vain-glorious boafter. Were you,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 3

John Bell - English drama - 1797
...ROSSANO. Hor. Two hours ere noon to-morrow ! ha! ere that He sees Calista ! Oh, unthinking fool — What if I urg'd her with the crime and danger ? If any spark from Heav'n remain unquench'd Within her breast, my breath perhaps may wake it. Could I but prosper there, I would not doubt My combat with...
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The Fair Penitent, Volume 3, Issue 1

Nicholas Rowe - Drama - 1797 - 57 pages
...anrfRossANo. Hor. Two hours ere noon to-morrow ! ha I ere that He sees Calista ! Oh, unthinking fool What if I urg'd her with the crime and danger ? If any spark from Heav'n remain unquench'd Within her breast, my breath perhaps may wake it. Could I but prosper there, I would not doubt My combat with...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1803
...— Two hours ere noon to-morrow ! Hah ! Ere that He sees Calista. — Oh ! unthinking fool ! What if I urg'd her with the crime and danger ? If any spark from Heav'n remain unquench'd Within her breast, my breath perhaps may wake it. Could I but prosper there, I would not doubt My combat with...
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