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" Reproaches ! Here they are ; here on my sallow cheek — here in my hollow eye — here in my faded form. These reproaches I could not spare you. Mrs. H. Were I a hardened sinner, this forbearance would be charity : but I am a suffering penitent, and... "
The virgin of the sun, a play. From the Germ., by B. Thompson - Page 50
by August Friedrich F. von Kotzebue - 1801
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The Great western magazine and Anglo-American journal, ed. by I.C. Pray

Isaac Clarke Pray - 1842
...Heaven's sake I Harsh tones alone are suited to a culprit's ear. Oh! if yen will ease my heart, if yon will spare and pity me, use reproaches. STRA. Reproaches! Here they are : here en my sallow cheek — here in my hollow eye — here in my faded form. These reproaches I could...
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Greenwood Leaves: A Collection of Sketches and Letters

Grace Greenwood - 1852 - 382 pages
...reply when his penitent wife conjures him to ' use reproaches.' ' Reproaches! Here they are ; here, on my sallow cheek — here, in my hollow eye — here,...faded form. These reproaches I could not spare you.' In such passages as these Mr. Murdock's deep, rich voice has a peculiar passionate unsteadiness —...
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Lea's British drama and theatrical portrait gallery

Henry Lea - 1859
...madam ! Mrs. H. Oh ! if you will ease my heart, if you will spore and pity me, use reproaches. Stran. Reproaches! Here they are, upon my sallow cheek— here in my hollow eye — here in AT faded form. These reproaches I could not spare you. Mrs. H. Were I a hardened sinner, this forbearance...
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The British Drama: Illustrated, Volume 1

English drama - 1868
...suited to a culprit's ear. Stra. {Endeavouring to give hit voice firmness.) "Well, madam ! Mrs. H. Oh! if you will ease my heart, if you will spare and pity...use reproaches. Stra. Reproaches! — Here they are; here опту eallow cheek, here on my hollow eye, here in my farted form; these reproaches I coiud...
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The New York Drama: no.1-12

English drama - 1876
...44*444*4444... Stra. [endeavoring to give his voice firmness.] Well, madame! Mrs. H. Oh ! If you will ease my heart, if you will spare and pity me, use reproaches. 44<44444.444444.44444444*44. 18 THE STRANGEB. [Act V, Scene 2. Sfra. Reproaches!...
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The British Drama: Illustrated, Volume 1

English drama - 1886
...suited to a culprit's ear. Stra. 'Endeavouring to fftve hit voice firmness.) Well, madam ! Mrs. H. Oh! if you will ease my heart, if you will spare and pity...use reproaches. Stra. Reproaches! — Here they are; here опту eallow cheek, here on my hollow eye, here in my faded form ; these reproaches I could...
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