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" I injured him: My friend ne'er spoke those words. Oh, had you seen How often he came back, and every time With something more obliging and more kind, To add to what he said; what dear farewells; How almost vanquished by his love he parted, And leaned... "
The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: In Six Volumes - Page 243
by John Dryden - 1717
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays

John Bell - 1776 - 382 pages
...fomething more obliging and more kind, To add to what he faid ; what dear farewels, How almoft vanquifh'd by his love he parted, And lean'd to what unwillingly he left : I, traitor as I was, for love-or you, (But what can you not do, who made me falfe !) I forg'd that lie : for whofe forgivenefs...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1780 - 382 pages
...fomething more obliging and more kind To add to what he faid; what dear farewells, How almoft vauquifh'd by his love he parted, And lean'd to what unwillingly...lie, for whofe forgivenefs kneels This felf-accus'd felf-punim'd criminal. Cleo. With how much cafe believe we what we with! Rife Dolabella ; if you have...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays

John Bell - 1776 - 422 pages
...obliging and more kindv To add to what he faid ; what dear farevvels, How almoft vanquifh'd by his leve he parted, And lean'd to what unwillingly he left : I, traitor as I was, for love of you, x (But what can you not do, who made me falfe !) I forg'd that lie : for whofe forgivenefs kneels This...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 16

John Bell - 1797 - 458 pages
...something more obliging and more kind To add to what he said; what dear farewells, How almost vanquish'd by his love he parted, And lean'd to what unwillingly...love of you, (But what can you not do who made me false I) I forg'd that lie, for whose forgiveness kneels This self-accus'd, self-punish'd criminal....
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The Busy Body: A Comedy

Susanna Centlivre - 1797 - 462 pages
...add to what he said ; what dear farewells, How almost vanquish'd by his love he parted, And Icun'd to what unwillingly he left: I, traitor as I was,...love of you, ( But what can you not do who made me false I) I forg'd that lie, for whose forgiveness kneels This sclf-accus'd, self-punish'd criminal....
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

1804 - 516 pages
...add to what he said ; what dear farewells, How almost vanquished by his love he parted, And leaned to what unwillingly he left : I, traitor as I was,...love of you, (But what can you not do, who made me false !) I forged that lie, for whose forgiveness kneels This self-accused, self-punished, criminal....
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The British drama, Volume 1

British drama - 1804 - 954 pages
...add to what he said ; what dear farewells, How almost vanquished by his love he parted, Ami leaned to what unwillingly he left: I, traitor as I was,...love of you, (But what can you not do, who made me false !) I forged that lie, for whose forgiveness kneels This self-accused, self-punished, criminal....
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The British drama, Volume 1

British drama - 1804 - 946 pages
...add to what he said ; what dear farewells, How almost vanquished by his love he parted, And leaned to what unwillingly he left : I, traitor as I was,...love of you, (But what can you not do, who made me false !) I forged that lie, for whose forgiveness kneels This self-accused, self-punished, criminal....
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Sharpe's British Theatre, Volume 16

1805 - 282 pages
...more ohliging and more kind To add to what he said ; what dear farewells, How almost vanqnish'd hy his love he parted. And lean'd to what unwillingly he left: I, traitor as I was, for love of you, (Bnt what can you uot do who made me false !) I forg'd that lie, for whose forgivenefs kneels This...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808 - 410 pages
...something more obliging and more kind. To add to what he said ; what dear farewells, How almost vanquish'd by his love he parted, And lean'd to what unwillingly...love of you, (But what can you not do who made me false !) I forg'd that lie, for whose forgivc-ness kneels The self-accus'd, self-punish'd criminal....
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