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" ... lines Thy long averted eyes shall see, This hand that writes, this heart that pines, Will cold, quite cold, and tranquil be. That guilty child, so long disowned, Can then, blest thought ! no more offend ; And, shouldst thou deem my crimes atoned,... "
Poems - Page 4
by Amelia Opie - 1806 - 185 pages
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

Tobias Smollett - 1802 - 610 pages
...thought! no more offend; And, shouldst thou deem, my crimes atoned, O deign my orphan to befriend.: • That orphan, who with trembling hand To thee will...withhold thy care? ' O raise the veil which hides her check, Nor start her mother's face to sec, But let her look thy love bespeak,— For once that face...
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The British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 20

1802 - 754 pages
...thought ! no more offend ; And, (houldil thou deem my crimes .atoned, deign my orphan to befriend :— That orphan, who with trembling hand To thee will give my dying prayer ; — Canft thou my dying prayer withftand, And from my child withhold thy care ? raife the veil...
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Annual Register, Volume 44

Edmund Burke - 1803 - 892 pages
...thought ! no more offend ; And, shouldst thou deem my crimes atoned, O, deign my orphan to befriend : That orphan, who, with trembling hand. To thee will...look thy love bespeak, For once that face was dear to th«e. 312 Gaze Gaze on — and thou'lt perchance forget The long, the mournful lapse of years,. Thy...
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Annual Register of World Events, Volume 44

1803 - 866 pages
...thought ! no more offend ; And, shouldst thou deem my crimes atoned, O, deign my orphan to befriend : That orphan, who, with trembling hand, To thee will...face to see ; But let her look thy love bespeak, For one* that face was dear to thee. 312 Gaze Gaze on — and thou'lt perchance forget The long, the mournful...
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Annual Register, Volume 44

Edmund Burke - 1803 - 1298 pages
...thought ! no more offend ; And, shouldst thou deem my crimes atoned, O, deign my orphan to befriend : That orphan, who, with trembling hand, To thee will...hides her cheek, Nor start her mother's face to see j But let her look thy love bespeak, For once that face was dear to thee. 312 ' Gaze on— and thou'lf...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1803 - 892 pages
...thought ! no more offend ; And, shouldst thou deem my crimes atoned, O, deign my orphan to befriend ; That orphan, who, with trembling hand, To thee will...prayer ; Canst thou my dying prayer withstand, And from m;- child withhold thy care ? O, raise the veil, which hides her cheek, Nor start her mother's face...
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The Spirit of the Public Journals: Or, Beauties of the American Newspapers ...

George Bourne - 1806 - 312 pages
...thought ! no more offend i And fhould'ft thou deem my crimes aton'd, O deign my Orphan to befriend : — That Orphan, who with trembling hand, To thee will give my dying prayer — Can'ft thou my dying prayer withftand, And from my Child withhold thy care ? O raifc the veil which...
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Poems

Amelia Opie - 1808 - 206 pages
...be. That guilty child so long disowned Can then, blest thought! no more offend ; And, shouldst thou deem my crimes atoned, O deign my orphan to befriend...look thy love bespeak,.... For once that face was deal' to thee. Gaze on,....and thou'lt perchance forget The long, the mournful lapse of years, Thy...
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Selection of Poems ...

1808 - 496 pages
...with trembHng' hand ' ::; '' To thee will give my dying-pray 'r ;—-• Canst thou my dying pray'r withstand, And from my child withhold thy 'care ? O raise the veil which hides Irer cheek, ; , i Nor start her mother's face to see, i •'•' But let her look thy love bespeak,...
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The Philadelphia Visitor, Volume 6

1840 - 320 pages
...thought ! no more offend— And should'st thou deem my crimes aton'd O, deign my orphan to befriend ! — That orphan, who with trembling hand, To thee will give my dying prxyer — Can'st thou my dying prayer withstand, And from my child withhold thy care ? 0, raise the...
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