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" There should be equity in love ? For laws that are inanimate, And feel no sense of love or hate ; That have no passion of their own, Nor pity to be wrought upon ; Are only proper to inflict Revenge on criminals as strict : But... "
The Works of the English Poets: Butler - Seite 116
von Samuel Johnson - 1779
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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, Band 9

1819
...their own, Nor pity to be wrought upon, Are only proper to infliet Revenge, on eriminals as striet: Hut to have power to forgive Is empire and prerogative ; And 'tis in erowns a nobler gem To grant a pardon than eondemn. Then sinee so few do what they ought, 'Tis great...
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Hudibras: A Poem, Band 2

Samuel Butler - 1822
...upon, Are only proper to inflict Revenge on criminals as strict : But to have power to forgive, 135 Is empire and prerogative ; And 'tis in crowns a nobler gem To grant a pardon, than condemn. Then since so few do what they ought, 'Tis great t' indulge a well-meant fault ; 140 For why should he who...
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Hudibras: A Poem, Band 2

Samuel Butler, Zachary Grey - 1822 - 494 Seiten
...ever be discountenanced by those who value religion as the main pillar of human happiness. V. 137-8. And 'tis in crowns a nobler gem To grant a pardon, than condemn.] Shakspeare, in the Merchant of Venice, makes Portia, in her beautiful apostrophe to Mercy, say, " It...
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Hudibras: In Three Parts

Samuel Butler - 1829 - 312 Seiten
...upon, Are only proper to inflict Revensre on criminals as strict : But to have power to forgive, 135 Is empire and prerogative ; And 'tis in crowns a nobler gem To grant a pardon than condemn. Then since so few do what they ought, 'Tis great t' indulge a well-meant fau't : 140 113. Metaphysicians...
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Jones's Cabinet Edition of British Poets, Band 2

1831
...apon ; Are onlj proper to inflict Revenge on criminals as strict. But to have power to forgive, la empire and prerogative : And, 'tis in crowns a nobler gem, To grant a pardon, than condemn. Then since so few do what they ought, Т is great f indulge a well-meant fault; For why should he who made...
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Hudibras; with notes by T.R. Nash, Band 2

Treadway Russell Nash - 1835
...and despotism, or arbitrary power to be, passion without reason. But to have power to forgive, 135 Is empire and prerogative ; And 'tis in crowns a nobler gem To grant a pardon, than condemn. Then, since so few do what they ought, Tis great t' indulge a well-meant fault ; 140 For why should he who...
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The Poetical Works of Samuel Butler, Band 2

Samuel Butler - 1835
...upon, Are only proper to inflict Revenge on criminals as strict : But to have power to forgive, iss Is empire and prerogative ; And 'tis in crowns a nobler gem To grant a pardon than condemn. Then since so few do what they ought, Tis great t' indulge a well-meant fault ; wo For why should he who...
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The Poetical Works of Samuel Butler, Band 2

Samuel Butler - 1835
...upon, Are only proper to inflict Revenge on criminals as strict : But to have power to forgive, IM Is empire and prerogative ; And 'tis in crowns a nobler gem To grant a pardon than condemn. Then since so few do what they ought, 'Tis great t' indulge a well-meant fault ; uo For why should he who...
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The Book of Gems: Chaucer to Prior

Samuel Carter Hall - 1836
...their own, Nor pity to be wrought upon, Are only proper to infliet Revenge, on criminals, as striet ; But to have power to forgive, Is empire, and prerogative...nobler gem, To grant a pardon, than condemn. Then, since so few do what they ought, 'Tis great t' indulge a well-meant fault ; For why shou'd he who made...
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The Book of Gems: Chaucer to Prior

Samuel Carter Hall - 1836
...thcir own, Nor pity to be wrought upon, Are only proper to infliet Revenge, on criminals, as striet ; But to have power to forgive, Is empire, and prerogative;...nobler gem, To grant a pardon, than condemn. Then, since so few do what they ought, 'Tis great t' indulge a well-meant fault ; For why shou'd he who made...
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