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" My holy scalp," turn whining monk myself, And pray incessant for the tyrant's safety.—— What ! How ! because an insolent invader, A sacrilegious tyrant, " in contempt " Of all those noblest rights, \vhich to maintain  "
The Works of Mr. James Thomson: With His Last Corrections and Improvements ... - Page 217
by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch - 1802
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Edward and Eleonora; Tancred and Sigismunda; Coralianus

James Thomson - 1757
...unnatural blood firft ftain the fword, Who with unpitying fury firft fhall draw it ! SlFFREDI. Ihave a thought — The glorious work be thine. But it requires an awful flight of virtue. Above the paffions of the vulgar breaft, And thence from thee I hope it, noble Ofaaiul Suppofe my daughter, to...
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The Works of James Thomson: With His Last Corrections and ..., Volume 2

James Thomson - 1763
...firft ftain the fword, IVho with unpitying fury firft fhall draw it! Siff". I have a thought—The glorious work be thine. But it requires an awful flight of virtue, Above the paffions of the vulgar breaft, And thence from thee I hope it, noble OfiM..id Suppofc my daughter,...
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The Works of James Thomson: With His Last Corrections and Improvements. ...

James Thomson - 1766
...his unnatural blood firft ftain t^ve/word, Who with unpitying fury firft lhall draw it I .§I'FFREDI. I have a thought — The glorious work be thine. But...requires an awful flight .of virtue, , A^bove the paffions of the vulgar breaft, And thence from theel hope it, noble Ofmoad •• Suppofe my daughter,...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1776
...» May his unnatural blood firftftain the fword, Who with unpitying fury frrft fhall draw it ! $-ff, I have a thought — The glorious work be thine. * But it requires an-awful flight of virtue, 4 Above the paflions of the vulgar breaft, * And thence from thee I hope...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays...

John Bell - 1780
...country, May his unnatural blood firft ftain the fword, Who with unpitying fury firft mall draw it! Sif. I have a thought — The glorious work be thine. '...it requires an awful flight of virtue, ' Above the paffions of the vulgar breaft, ' And thence from thee I hope it, noble Ofmond'— Suppofe my daughter,...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1776
...May his unnatural blood firft ftain the fword, Who with unpitying fury firft fliall draw it ! Sif. I have a thought — The glorious work be thine. ' But it requires an awful flight of virtue, 4 Above the paffions of the vulgar breaft, * And thence from thee I hope it, noble Ofmond — * Suppofe...
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British Theatre, Volume 1

John Bell - 1792
...country, May his unnatural blood first stain the sword, Who with unpitying fury first shall draw it ! Sif. I have a thought — The glorious work be thine. "...sacred verge, Beneath the dread protection of the altar Osm. Ere then, by heavens! I would " devoutly shave " My holy scalp," turn whining monk myself, And...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 14

John Bell - 1797
...country, May his unnatural blood first stain the sword, Who with unpitying fury first shall draw it ! Sif. I have a thought — The glorious work be thine. "...sacred verge, Beneath the dread protection of the altar Osm. Ere then, by heavens ! I would " devoutly shave " My holy scalp," turn whining monk myself, And...
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The works of mr. James Thomson, to which is prefixed the life of ..., Volume 3

James Thomson - 1802
...first stain the sword, Who with unpitying fury first shall draw it! SIFFUEDI. I have a thought—The glorious work be thine. But it requires an awful flight...OSMOND. Ere then, by Heavens ! I would devoutly shave My holy scalp, turn whining monk myself, And pray incessant for the tyrant's safety !— What! How ! because...
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The British drama, Volume 1

British drama - 1804
...May his unnatural blood first stain the sword, Who, with unpitving fury, first shall draw it ! SiJ'. I have a thought — The glorious work be thine !...— Suppose my daughter, to her god devoted, Were placed within some convent's sacred verge, Beneath the dread protection of the altar. Osia. Ere then,...
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