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" Age sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks; He wears the marks of many years well spent, Of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience; A friend like this would suit my sorrows well. "
Glasgow and Its Clubs: Or, Glimpses of the Condition, Manners, Characters ... - Page 112
by John Strang - 1856 - 599 pages
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...[Aside. Age sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks ; He wears the marks of many years well spent, Of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience ; A friend like this would suit my sorrows well. Fortune, I fear me, sir, has meant you ill, [ To Dum....
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The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the ..., Volume 1, Issue 1

1804
...[Aside. Age sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks ; He wears the marks of many years well spent, Of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience ; A friend like this would suit my sorrows well. Fortune, I fear me, sir, has meant yon ill, [To Dum....
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

1811
...[Aside. Ase sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes lu's silver locks; He wears X ܟ ; A friend like this would suit my sorrows well. ó Fortune, I fear me, sir, has meant you ill, [√Ó...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...[Aside, Ace tits with decent grace upon hie visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks ; He wears the marks of many years well spent, Of virtue, truth well tried, and wbe experience; A friend like this would suit my sorrows well. ó Fortune, I fear me, sir, has meant...
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The Journal of Health, Volume 2

1831
...II. " Age sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks ; He wears the marks of many years well spent, Of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience. WITH whatever cares opprest, in every variety of situation and circumstance, men not insensate by evil...
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The acting drama; containing 60 plays

Acting drama - 1839
...aspect ! Age sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks ; He wears the marks of many years well spent, Of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience ; A friend like this would suit my sorrowę well. [—„ÓŪŗ to Dumonf. Fortune, I tear me, sir, has...
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On Regimen and Longevity: Comprising Materia Alimentaria, National Dietetic ...

John Bell - 1842 - 420 pages
...nations. " Age sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks; He wears the marks of many years well spent, Of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience." MEN, when not insensate by evil passion and evil habits, with whatever cares they may be opprest, and...
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The Freemasons' quarterly (magazine and) review [afterw.] The Freemasons ...

1846 - 14 pages
...manó " Age sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks; He wears the marks of many years well spent Of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience." Old'age! what awful words! yet has it not its golden typesódoes not the nightingale sing sweetly...
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Freemasons' Quarterly Magazine

1846
...ARC- sin with decent grace upon his visage, Ami worthily l-errmeę his silver locks; He wears thi- marks of many years well spent of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience." Old age! what awful words! yet has it not its golden types ó does not the nightingale sing sweetly...
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Dictionary of Poetical Quotations: Consisting of Elegant Extracts ..., Volume 1

1847 - 506 pages
...Tlioughls. 8. Age sits with decent grace upon his visage, And worthily becomes his silver locks ; He wears the marks of many years well spent, Of virtue, truth well tried, and wise experience. - . - .-.ē . - ē. n . . 9. The hand of time alone disarms Her face of its superfluous charms ;...
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