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" But let a maid thy pity share, Whom love has taught to stray; Who seeks for rest, but finds despair Companion of her way. "
A Collection of the Most Esteemed Pieces of Poetry that Have Appeared for ... - Page 59
by Moses Mendez - 1767 - 320 pages
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 37

1768 - 814 pages
...way. My father liv'd befide the Tyne, A wealthy lord was he ; And all his wealth was mark'd 11 mine, He had but only me. To win me from his tender arms, And felt or feign'd a. flam*. • lach hour a mercenary crewd Unnumber'd fuitors came; Who prais'd...
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The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer, Volume 37

1768 - 790 pages
...way. My father liv'd bcfide the Tyne, A wealthy lord was he ; And all his wealth waa mark'd at mine, He had but only me. To win me from his tender arms, Unnumber'd fuitors came ; Who praia'd me for imputed charma, And felt or feign'da flame. Xach hour a mercenary crowd With richeft...
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Vicar of Wakefield, Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1766 - 256 pages
...father liv'd befide the Tyne, " A wealthy Lord was he ; " And all his wealth was mark'd as mine, " . He had but only me. " To win me from his tender arms,...imputed charms, " And felt or feign'da flame. " Each morn the gay phantaftic crowd, " With richeft proffers ftrove : " Among the reft young Edwin bow'd,...
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Annual Register, Volume 9

Edmund Burke - 1767 - 632 pages
...father liv'd befide the Tyne, " A wealthy lord was he : " And all his wealth was mark'd as mine. " He had but only me. " To win me from his tender arms,...imputed charms* " And felt, or feign'da flame. " Each morn the gay fantaftic crowd " With richeft proffers ftrove : " Among the reft young Edwin bow'd, "...
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Poems for Young Ladies: In Three Parts : Devotional, Moral, and Entertaining ...

1770 - 268 pages
...finds •defpair Companion of the way. My father liv'd, of high degree Remote befide the Tyne, And as he had but only me. To win me from his tender arms Unnumber'd fuitors came, Their chief pretence my flatter'd charms. My wealth perhaps their aim. Each hour the mereenary erowd...
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The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale, Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1773 - 234 pages
...father liv'd befide the Tyne, * A wealthy lord was he ; f, And all his wealth was mark'd as mine, ' He had but only me. * To win me from his tender arms, * Unnumber'd.fuitors came; * Who prais'd me for imputed charms, ' And felt or feign'da flame. * Each...
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Essays on Song-writing: With a Collection of Such English Songs as are Most ...

John Aikin - 1774 - 320 pages
...way. My Father liv'd befide the Tyne, A wealthy Lord was he ; And all his wealth was mark'd for mine, He had but only me. To win me from his tender arms...imputed charms, And felt or feign'da flame. Each hour the mercenary crowd, With richeft prefents ftrove : Among the reft young EDWIN bow'd, But never talk'd...
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Essays on Song-writing: With a Collection of Such English Songs as are Most ...

John Aikin - 1774 - 316 pages
...he ; And all his wealth was mark'd for mine, He had but only me. < To win me from his tender arras Unnumber'd fuitors came : Who prais'd me for imputed charms, And felt or feign'da flame. Each hour the mercenary crowd, With richeft prefents ftrove : Among the reft young EDWIN bow'd, But never talk'd...
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Essays on Song-writing: With a Collection of Such English Songs as are Most ...

John Aikin - 1774 - 328 pages
...way. My Father liv'd befide the Tyne, A wealthy Lord was he ; And all his wealth was mark'd for mine, He had but only me. To win me from his tender arms •Unnumber'd fuitors cam?: Who prais'd me for imputed charms, And felt or feign'da flame. Each hour the mercenary' crowd,...
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The Poetical and Dramatic Works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.: Now First ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1780 - 214 pages
...father liv'd befide the Tyne, " A wealthy lord was he ; " And all his wealth was mark'd as mine, " He had but only me. " To win me from his tender arms,...And felt, or feign'da flame. " Each hour a mercenary croud " With richeft proffers ftrove : " Among the reft young Edwin bow'd, " But never talk'd of love....
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