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" Therefore I thank Glenalvon for his counsel, Although it sounded harshly. Why remind Me of my birth obscure ? Why slur my power With such contemptuous terms ? Glen. "
British Theatre: The mourning bride, by Mr. Congreve. 1791. Douglas, by John ... - Strona 71
autor: John Bell - 1791
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Jones's British Theatre, Tom 4

1795
...counfel, Although it founded harfhly. Why remind Me of my birth obfcure ? Why flur my power With fuch contemptuous terms ? Glen. I did not mean To gall your pride, which now I fee is great. Nor. My pride ! Glen. Suppfefs it, as you wifh to profper. Your pride's exceffive. Yet,...
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The Fair Penitent: A Tragedy

Nicholas Rowe - 1797 - Liczba stron: 57
...tongue to speak their scorn, Yet in such language I am little skill'd. Therefore I thank Glenalvon for his counsel, Although it sounded harshly. Why...gall your pride, which now I see is great. Nor. /My pridie ! (Hen. Suppress it, as you wish to prosper. Your pride's excessive. Yet, for Randolph's sake,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Tom 3

John Bell - 1797
...tongvie to speak their scorn, Yet in such language I am little skill'd. Therefore I thank Glenalvon for his counsel, Although it sounded harshly. Why...such contemptuous terms ? Glen. I did not mean To gait your pride, which now I see is great. Nor. My pride ! Glen. Suppress it, as you wish to prosper....
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Bell's British Theatre: Douglas, by J. Home. ... The alchymist, altered from ...

1797
...tongue to speak their scorn, Yet in such language I am little skill'd. Therefore I thank Glenalvon for his counsel, Although it sounded harshly. Why...obscure ? Why slur my power With such contemptuous terms i Glen. 1 did not mean To gall your pride, which now I see is great. Nor. My pride ! Glen. Suppress...
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

1804
...DRAMA. 760 Who borrow friendship's tongue to speak thei scorn, Yet in such language I am little skilled. Therefore, I thank Glcnalvon for his counsel, Although...obscure ? Why slur my power With such contemptuous terras? Glen. I did not mean To gall your pride, which now I see is great. Лог. My pride ! Glen....
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
...tongue to speak their scorn, Yet in such language I am little skill'd, Therefore I thank Glenalvon for his counsel, Although it sounded harshly. Why...! Glen. Suppress it, as you wish to prosper. Your pridi-'s excessive. Yet, for Randolph's sake, I will not leave you to its rash direction. If thus you...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Tom 2

1811
...tongue to speak their scorn, Yet in such language I am little skilled. Therefore, I thank Glenalvon for his counsel, Although it sounded harshly. Why...wish to prosper. Your pride's excessive. Yet, for Randolph s sake, I will not leave you to its rash direction. If thus you swell, and frown at high-born...
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The modern British drama, Tom 2

British drama - 1811
...to spuuk their scorn, Yet in such language I am little skilled. Therefore, I thank Glenalvon for hid counsel, Although it sounded harshly. Why remind Me...With such contemptuous terms? Glen. I did not mean all your pride, which now I see is great* Jfar. My pride ! tilcn. Suppress it, as you wish to prosper....
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The gamester, by E. Moore. The tragedy of Jane Shore, by N. Rowe. The London ...

James Plumptre - 1812
...scorn, Yet in such language I am little skill'd. Therefore I thank Glenalvon for his counsel, Altho' it sounded harshly. Why remind Me of my birth obscure?...mean To gall your pride, which now I see is great. Doug. My pride! Glen. Suppress it, as you wish to prosper. Your pride's excessive. Yet, for Randolph's...
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Principles of Elocution: Containing Numerous Rules, Observations, and ...

Thomas Ewing - 1819 - Liczba stron: 436
...tongue to speak their scorn, Yet in such language I am little skill'd. 46 Therefore I thank Glenalvon for his counsel, Although it sounded harshly. Why...mean To gall your pride, which now I see is great. Nora. My pride ! Glen. Suppress it, as you wish to prosper. Your pride's excessive. Yet, for Randolph's...
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