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" To you, good gods, I make my last appeal ; Or clear my virtues, or my crimes reveal. If in the maze of fate I blindly run, And backward trod those paths I sought to shun, Impute my errors to your own decree : My hands are guilty, but my heart is free. "
The Spectator. ... - Page 230
1789
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The Art of English Poetry Containing: Rules for making verses. A collection ...

Edward Bysshe - 1710 - 620 pages
...wandring in the Maze of Fate I run, And backward trod the Paths I foughtto fhun ; Impute my Errours to your own Decree; My Hands are guilty, but my Heart is free. Dryd. Oedif* Gods ! would you be ador'd for doing good, Or only fear'd for proving mifchievous ? How...
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The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: In Six Volumes, Volume 4

John Dryden - 1717 - 464 pages
...Crime reveal : If wandring in the maze of Fate I run, And backward trod the Paths I fought to ihun, Impute my Errors to your own Decree; My Hands are Guilty, but rny Heart is free. [Zx. Amb. ACT IV. SCENE I. Enter Pyracmon and Creon. Pjr.COme Bufineis of Import...
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Oedipus: A Tragedy. As it is Acted at His Highness the Duke of York's Theater

John Dryden, Nathaniel Lee - 1724 - 96 pages
...Crime reveal. If wand'ring in the Maze of Fate I run, And backward trod the Paths I fought to íhun¿ Impute my Errors to your own Decree •, My Hands are guilty, but my Heart is free, [.Ev.Amb. A С Т IV. S С ENEL Enter Fyracmon and Creon. Orne Bufineis of Import thatTriumph wear*...
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Oedipus,: A Tragedy

John Dryden, Nathaniel Lee - 1727 - 104 pages
...Crime reveal : If wandringrn the maze of Fate I run. And backward trod the Paths I fought to fliun, Impute my Errors to your own Decree ; My Hands are guilty, bu.t my Heart is free. [Exeunf. ACT IV. SCENE I. Enter Pyracmon and GreoiJi Pyr. OOM £ Bufinefs of import, that Triumph weaw,'...
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Lectures on Poetry Read in the Schools of Natural Philosophy at Oxford

Joseph Trapp - 1742 - 394 pages
...Crimes reveal: If in the Maze of Fate I blindly run, And backward trod thofe Paths I ought to Ihun, Impute my Errors to your own Decree ; My Hands are guilty, but my Heart is free. few Months hence, and which has already had the Honour of being encourag'd^ by the Subfcriptions of...
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Letters, by Several Eminent Persons Deceased: Including the ..., Volume 1

John Duncombe, John Hughes - 1773 - 998 pages
...complaints of hU wickedneis? The reproach he cafts on the gods, in Dryden, is furely more reafonable : " Impute my errors to your own decree; " My hands are guilty, but my hearth free;" which is juft fuch a fort of guilt, as the knife, that had killed an ox, offered as a...
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An History of the Late Revolution in Sweden,: Which Happened on the 19th of ...

Georg Georgson Ståhlberg - 1776 - 400 pages
...crimes fcveal ; If in the maze of fate I blindly run, And backward tread thofe paths I fought to fliun : Impute my errors to your own decree ; My hands are guilty, but my heart is free. DEDICATION TO THE LOVERS of LIBERTY. GENTLEMEN, AN unlimited regard for freedom, and ardent zeal in...
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The Spectator: ...

1778 - 378 pages
...Or clear my virtues, or my crimes reveal. If in the ma/e of fate I blindly run, And backward tread thofe paths I fought to fhun ; Impute my errors to...impieties and execrations at the end of .the fourth act ; and you will wonder to fee an audience fo curfed and fo pleafed at the fame time : O that as...
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Venice Preserved, Or, A Plot Discovered: A Tragedy

Thomas Otway - 1797 - 456 pages
...crime reveal. If wandering in the maze of fate I run, And backward trod the paths I sought to shun, Impute my errors to your own decree ; My hands are guilty, but my heart is free. [Exeunt. ACTW. SCENE, I. Enter PVRAC.MON and CREON. ., Pyracmon. SOME business of import, that triumph...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 15

John Bell - 1797 - 460 pages
...crime reveal. If wandering in the maze of fate I run, And backward trod the paths I sought to shun, Impute my errors to your own decree ; My hands are guilty, but my heart is free. [Exanl, SCENE 1. Enter PYRACMON and CREON. Pyracmon, SOME business of import, that triumph wears, You...
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