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" I were chained, unarmed, and bed-rid old, Perhaps I should revile; but as I am, I have no tongue to rail. The humble Norval Is of a race who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, And make thee sink too soon beneath my... "
Popular and Complete English Dictionary: Exhibiting the Pronunciation ... - Page 26
by John Boag - 1848 - 1497 pages
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British Theatre: The mourning bride, by Mr. Congreve. 1791. Douglas, by John ...

John Bell - English drama - 1791
...as I am, 402 I have no tongue to rail. The humble Norval Is of a race who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, And make thee sink too soon beneath my sword, 1M tell thee— what thou art. I know thee well. Glen. Dost thou not know Glenalvon, born to coinmand...
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Bell's British Theatre: Douglas, by J. Home. ... The alchymist, altered from ...

English drama - 1797
...as I am, 490 I have no tongue to rail. The humble Norval Is of a race who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, And make...I'd tell thee — what thou art. I know thee well. Glen. Dost thou not know Glenalvon, born to command Ten thousand slaves like thee But heav'n accelerates...
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The Fair Penitent: A Tragedy

Nicholas Rowe - 1797 - 57 pages
...as I am, 404 I have no tongue to rail. The humble Norval Is of a race who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, And make...I'd tell thee — what thou art. I know thee well. Glen. Dost thou not know Glcnalvon, born to command Ten thousand slaves like thee— — Nor. Villain,...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 3

John Bell - English drama - 1797
...as I am, 402 I have no tongue to rail. The humble Norval Is of a race who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, And make thee sink too soon beneath my sword, Td tell thee — what thou art. I know thee well. Glen. Dost thou not know Gknalvon, born to command...
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The British Drama: Tragedies. 2 v

English drama - 1804
...tongue to rail. The humhlc Norval Is of a race who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear to free/e thy shallow valour, And make thee sink too soon beneath my sword, I'd lell thee — what thou art. know thee well. Glen. Dust thou not know Glcnalvon, born to command...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...race, who strive not but with, deeds. Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, And make thcesink too soon beneath my sword, I'd tell thee — what thou art. I know thee well. Glen. Didst thou not know Glenalvon, born ta command Ten thousand slaves like theeNor. Villain ; no...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 2

English drama - 1811
...but as I am, I have no tongue to rail. The humble Norval Is of a race who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, And make...I'd tell thee— what thou art. I know thee well. Glen. Dost thou not know Glenalvon, born to command Ten thousand slaves like th> Nor. Villain, no more...
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The American Orator, Or, Elegant Extracts in Prose and Poetry: Comprehending ...

Increase Cooke - American literature - 1811 - 408 pages
...need, not now. The humble Norval Is of a race, who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear tojreeze thy shallow valour, And make thee sink too soon beneath my sword, I'd tell thee—what than art, I know thee well. MONOTONE. But what then-! Is it come to this-? Shall an inferior...
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Memoirs of John Howard Payne, the American Roscius: With Criticisms on His ...

Actors - 1815 - 131 pages
...Hast them no fears for thy presumptuous self?'* Till at last he flames into ungovernable rage, in " Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, " And...make thee sink too soon beneath my sword, " I'd tell thee—what thou art—I know thee well!" was altogether a string of beauties, such as it rarely falls...
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Principles of Elocution: Containing Numerous Rules, Observations, and ...

Thomas Ewing - Elocution - 1819 - 436 pages
...but, as 1 am, I have no tongue to rail. The humble Norval Is of a race who strive not but with deeds. Did I not fear to freeze thy shallow valour, And make...I'd tell thee — what thou art: I know thee well. Norv. Villain, no more. Draw and defend thy life. I did design To have defy'd thee in another cause;...
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