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" I have the best pretence to your right-hand at the feast. I love, I doat, I am mad, and know no measure ; nothing but extremes can give me ease ; the kindest love, or most provoking scorn: yet even your scorn would not perform the cure: it might indeed... "
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THE WORKS OF THOMAS OTWAY, CONSISTING OF HIS PLAYS, POEMS AND LETTERS WITH A ...

DR. JOHNSON - 1812
...friendship: it is like seating me at your side-table, when 1 have the best pretence to your right hand at the feast. I love, I doat, I am mad, and know no...the kindest love, or most provoking scorn : yet even your scorn would not perform the cure ; it might, indeed, take off the edge of hope, but damned despair...
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The Works of Mr. Thomas Otway: In Three Volumes, Volume 3

Thomas Otway, Thomas Thornton - 1813 - 62 pages
...will have a much nearer relation, or none. I ask for glorious happiness; you bid me welcome to your friendship: it is like seating me at your side-table,...the kindest love, or most provoking scorn: yet even your scorn would not perform the cure: it might indeed take off the edge of hope, but damned despair...
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The Works of Mr. Thomas Otway: In Three Volumes, Volume 3

Thomas Otway, Thomas Thornton - 1813
...like seating me at ynur side-table, when I have the best pretence.to your right-hand at the feast. 1 love, I doat, I am mad, and know no measure; nothing...the kindest love, or most provoking scorn: yet even your scorn would not perform the cure: it might indeed take off the edge of hopp, but damned despair...
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The Works of Thomas Otway: Venice preserved, or, a Plot discovered. The ...

Thomas Otway, Thomas Thornton - 1813
...will have a much nearer relation, or none. I ask for glorious happiness; you bid me welcome to your friendship: it is like seating me at your side-table,...the best pretence to your right-hand at the feast. 1 love, I doat, I am mad, and know no measure; nothing but extremes can give me ease; the kindest love,...
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Thomas Otway

Thomas Otway - 1888 - 392 pages
...will have a much nearer relation, or none. I ask for glorious happiness; you bid me welcome to your friendship : it is like seating me at your side-table, when I have the best pretence to your right hand at the feast. I love, I dote, I am mad, and know no measure ; nothing but extremes can give...
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Thomas Otway

Thomas Otway - 1888 - 392 pages
...will have a much nearer relation, or none. I ask for glorious happiness; you bid me welcome to your friendship : it is like seating me at your side-table, when I have the best pretence to your right hand at the feast. I love, I dote, I am mad, and know no measure ; nothing but extremes can give...
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The Orphan: And Venice Preserved

Thomas Otway - 1908 - 351 pages
...will have a much nearer relation, or none. I ask for glorious happiness ; you bid me welcome to your friendship : it is like seating me at your side-table, when I have the best pretence to your right hand at the feast. I love, I doat, I am mad, and know no measure ; nothing but extreams can give...
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Feminine Influence on the Poets

Edward Thomas - 1911 - 351 pages
...She. . . and the same poet's letters to Mrs. Barry (signed " Weeping Otway," &c.) in this strain : I love, I doat, I am mad, and know no measure, nothing but Extremes give me Ease ; the kindest Love, or most provoking scorn . . . and Generally with Wine or Conversation...
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Great Love Stories of the Theatre: A Record of Theatrical Romance

Charles Collins - 1911 - 327 pages
...will have a much nearer relation, or none. I ask for glorious happiness; you bid me welcome to your friendship; it is like seating me at your sidetable, when I have the best pretense to the right-hand at the feast. I love, I dote, I am mad, and know no measure, nothing but...
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