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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ... - Seite 204
1787
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A Grammar of the Persian Language

Sir William Jones - 1771 - 153 Seiten
...and fcorn the frowns of age. What cruel anfwer have I heard ! And yet, by heav'n, I love thee ftill: Can aught be cruel from thy lip ? Yet fay, how fell that bitter word From lips which ftreams of fweetnefs fill, Which nought but drops of honey lip ? Go boldly forth, my fimple lay, Whofe...
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Poems, Consisting Chiefly of Translations from the Asiatick Languages: To ...

Sir William Jones - 1772 - 217 Seiten
...I pendi peeri danara. What What cruel anfwer have I heard ! And yet, by heav'n, I love thee ftill : Can aught be cruel from thy lip ? Yet fay, how fell that bitter word From lips which ftreams of fweetnefs fill, Which nought but drops of honey fip ? Go boldly forth, my fimple lay, Whofe...
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Annual Register, Band 15

Edmund Burke - 1773
...and fcorn the frowns of age. What cruel anfwer have I heard ! And yet, by heav'n, I love thee ftill ; Can aught be cruel from thy lip ? Yet fay, how fell...fweetnefs fill, Which nought but drops of honey fip ? О 4 Go Gn boldly forth, my (imple lay, Whofe accents flow with .irtlefs eafe Like orient pearls...
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Poems, Consisting Chiefly of Translations from the Asiatick Languages: To ...

Sir William Jones - 1777 - 208 Seiten
...faadetmend I pendi peeri danarav What cruel anfwer have I heard ! And yet, by heaven, I love thee ftill : Can aught be cruel from thy lip ? Yet fay, how fell that bitter word From lips which ftreams of fweemefs fill, Which nought but drops of honey fip ? Go boldly forth, my fimple lay, Whofe...
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The London Magazine Enlarged and Improved, Band 2

1784
...age. What cruel anfwerha»c 1 heard! And yet, by heav'n, 1 k>ve thec ftUJr Can aught be cruel irom thy lip? Yet fay, how fell that bitter word, From lips which itreams of fweetucii fili, Which nought but drops of honey up & Go boldly forth, my limpie lief, Whole...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 59

1786
...Hill r Can aught bircruel from thy lip > Y«r fay, how fell that bitter word From lips which dreams of fweetnefs fill, Which nought but drops of honey fip Go boldly forth, my Jimple lay, Whofe a cents flow with artlefs eafe, L ke Orient prarls at random it rung : Thy notes...
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The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: Being a Collection of Fugitive ..., Band 4

John Almon - 1786
...ftill : Can aught be cruel from thy lip ? Yet fay, how fell that bitter word, From lips which ftreams of fweetnefs fill, Which nought but drops of honey fip ? Go boldly forth, my fiinple lay, Whofe accents flow with artlefs eafe, Like orient pearls at random firung ; Thy notes...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1787
...frowns of ag«. " What cruel anfwer have I heard ! And yet, by Heav'n, I love thee ftill : Can ought be cruel from thy lip ? Yet fay, how fell that bitter word From lips which lireams of fweetnefs fill, Which nought but drops of honey fip ? " Go boldly forth, my fimple lay,...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Band 77

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1787
...frowns of age. " What cruel anfwer have I heard ! And yet, by Heav'n, I love thee ftill : Can ought be cruel from thy lip ? Yet fay, how fell that bitter word From lips which ftr earns of fweetnefs £11, Which nought but drops of honey fip r " Go boldly forth, my fimple lay,...
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Annual Register, Band 29

Edmund Burke - 1789
...the frowns of age. What cruel anfwer have I heard ! And yet, by Heav'n, I love thee ftill i Can ought be cruel from thy lip ? Yet fay, how fell that bitter word From, lips which ftreams of fweetnefs fill, Which nought but drops of honey fip ? Go boldly forth, my fimple lay, Whoie...
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