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" E'en time itself despairs to cure Those pangs to every feeling due : Ungenerous youth ! thy boast how poor, To win a heart, and break it too ! No cold approach, no alter'd mien, Just what would make suspicion start ; No pause the dire extremes between... "
The collected works of Dugald Stewart - Page clxiv
by Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1858
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The metrical miscellany: consisting chiefly of poems hitherto unpublished

Metrical miscellany - 1802
...youth ! thy boast how poor, To win a heart — and break it too ! 5. No cold approach, no alter'd mien, Just what would make Suspicion start, No pause the...forsaken, and forlorn, The tears I shed must ever fall ! 1. TALK not of Love, it gives me pain, For Love has been my foe ; He bound me with an iron chain,...
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The Metrical Miscellany: Consisting Chiefly of Poems Hitherto Unpublished

Maria Riddell - 1802 - 224 pages
...youth ! thy boast how poor, To win a heart — and break it too ! No cold approach, no alter'd mien, Just what would make Suspicion start^ No pause the...forsaken, and forlorn, ^ < The tears I shed must ever fall .! 5. 1. TALK not of Love, it gives me pain, For Love has been my foe ; He bound ine with an iron chain,...
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The Poetical register, and repository of fugitive poetry

1802
...due ; Ungenerous youth ! thy boast how poor, To steal a heart, and break it too. Hope from its only anchor torn, Neglected and neglecting all, Friendless,...forsaken, and forlorn, The tears I shed must ever fall. • * 324 LINES TO THE RED-BREAST. songstress of the waning year, The first amid the feather'd choir...
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The poetical register, and repository of fugitive poetry, for 1801

1802
...feeling due; Ungenerous youth! thy boast how poor, To steal a heart, and break it too. Hope from its only anchor torn, Neglected and neglecting all, Friendless,...forsaken, and forlorn, The tears I shed must ever fall. LINES TO THE RED-BREAST. LONE songstress of the waning year, The first amid the feather'd choir That...
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Annual Register, Volume 44

Edmund Burke - 1803
...Ungenerous youth ! thy boast how poor, To win a heart, and break it too. No cold approach, no altered mien, Just what would make suspicion start, . No pause the...forsaken, and forlorn, The tears I shed must ever fall ! Account Account of Books for the Year 1802. History of the British Rrpcdilion to Egypt, £sY. By...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 44

1803
...Ungenerous youth ! thy boast how poor. To win a heart, and break it too. No cold approach, no altered mien, Just what would make suspicion start, No pause the...all, Friendless, forsaken, and forlorn, The tears I shtd must ever fall ! Account Account of Books for the Year 1802. flixtory of the British Er/mUtinn...
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Annual Register, Volume 44

1803
...Ungenerous youth ! thy boast how poor, To win a heart, and break it too. No cold approach, no altered mien, Just what would make suspicion start, No pause the...neglecting all, Friendless, forsaken, and forlorn, The tea» I shed must ever M ! Account Account of Books for the Year 1802. History of the British Expedition...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1803
...it too. No co/rl approach, no altered mien, Jitf >n'hat would make, suspicion start. No p'aL^e tSw dire extremes between ; He made me blest, and broke...forsaken, and forlorn, The tears I shed must ever fall ! Account of Books for the Year 1802. History of the British Expedition to Egypt, CSV. By Sir Hubert...
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The Metrical Miscellany: Consisting Chiefly of Poems Hitherto Unpublished

Maria Riddell - 1803 - 257 pages
...youth ! thy boast how poor, To win a heart — and break it too ! No cold approach, no alter'd mien, Just what would make Suspicion start, No pause the dire extremes between ; 1 He made me blest, — and broke my heart. From Hope, the wretched's anchor, torn, Neglected, and...
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The Monthly Register, Magazine, and Review, of the ..., Volume 2, Issues 1-6

1807
...youth !—thy boast how poor ; To win a heart,—and break it too. 5 No cold approach, no alter'd mien, Just what would make suspicion start; No pause the...forsaken and forlorn, The tears, I shed, must ever fall. These lines, also are sent to us by The Archer; we in* srert them, as we received them, without comment....
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