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" Is there, in human form, that bears a heart — A wretch ! a villain ! lost to love and truth ! That can, with studied, sly, ensnaring art, Betray sweet Jenny's unsuspecting youth? Curse on his perjur'd arts ! dissembling smooth ! Are honour, virtue,... "
The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ... - Page 363
edited by - 1829
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Poems: Poems-v. 2. Poems as they appeared inthe early Edinburgh editions.-v ...

Robert Burns - 1786
...youth ? Curfe on his perjur'd arts ! diflembling fmooth ! Are Honor, Virtue, Confcience, all exil'd ? Is there no Pity, no relenting Ruth, Points to the Parents fondling o'er their Child ? Then paints the ruin'd Maid, and their diftraclion wild ! ( '3' ) XI. But now the Supper crowns their...
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A Select Collection of Poems, from Admired Authors, and Scarce Miscellanies ...

English poetry - 1790 - 240 pages
...youth ? Curfe on his perjur'd art! disenabling fmooth ! Are Henor, Virtue, Confcience, all exil'd ? Is there no Pity, no relenting Ruth, Points to the Parents fondling o'er their Child Then paints the ruin'd Maid, and their diffraction wild! i But now the Supper crowns their fimple board,...
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A Select Collection of Poems, from Admired Authors, and Scarce Miscellanies ...

English poetry - 1790 - 240 pages
...youth ? Curfe on his perjur'd art ! disenabling fmooth ! Are Henor, Virtue, Confcience, all exil'd ? Is there no Pity, no relenting Ruth, Points to the Parents fondling o'er their Child Then paints the ruin'd Maid, and their diffraction wild! But now the Supper crowns their fimple board,...
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Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect: By Robert Burns. In two volumes. ...

Robert Burns - 1793
...youth? Carle on his pe rjur'd arts ! diflemhling finooth ! Are Honour, Virtue, Confcience, all exil'dj Is there no Pity, no relenting Ruth, Points to the Parents fondling o'er their Child ? Then paints the ruin'd Maid, and their diftraftion wild! XV But now the- Supper 'crowns their firnple...
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Roach's Beauties of the Modern Poets of Great Britain: Carefully Selected ...

John Roach - English poetry - 1794
...youth? Curfe on his perjured arts ! difTembling fmqoth !' Are Honour, Virtue, Cbnfcience, all>exiled ? Is there no pity, no relenting ruth, Points to the parents fondling o'er their child ? Then paints the ruin'd maid, and their diftraftion w But now the fupper crowns their fimple board,...
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Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect: By Robert Burns. In two volumes. A ...

Robert Burns - 1798
...perjur'd arts ! diflembling fmooth ! Are Honor, Virtue, Confcience, all exil'd ? • • •• Is Is there no Pity, no relenting Ruth, Points to the Parents fondling o'er their Child ? Then paints the ruin'd Maid, and their diftraction wild ! XL But now the Supper crowns their fimple...
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Memoirs of Modern Philosophers ...

Elizabeth Hamilton, Brett Smith, Patrick Wogan - 1800
...youth ? Curie on his perjur'd arts! diffembling, fmooth ! Are honour, virtue, confcience, all exil'd ? Is there no pity, no relenting ruth, Points to the parents,, fondling o'er their child, " Then paints the ruin'd maid, and their diftraction wild!" BURNs. " To Henry Sydney, M, D. " MY DEAREST...
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Memoirs of modern philosophers ...

Elizabeth Hamilton - 1801
...on his periur'd arts! difiembling fmooth ! Are honour, virtue, confcience, all exil'd ? Is there qo pity, no relenting ruth, Points to the parents, fondling o'er their child, * Then paints the ruin'd maid, and their diftraction wild !" fV HNS. " •*: To- Henry Sydney, MD '"-,-'...
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The Lives of the Scotish Poets: With Preliminary Dissertations on ..., Volume 2

David Irving - Poets, Scottish - 1804
...youth ? Curse on his perjur'd arts ! dissembling smooth ! Are honour, virtue, conscience, all exil'd .? Is there no pity, no relenting ruth, Points to the parents fondling o'er their child ? Then paints the ruin'd maid, and their distraction wild .His stanzas " To a Mountain Daisy, on turning...
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The young gentleman and lady's poetical preceptor, selected [by T. Woolston].

Young gentleman, Thomas Woolston (editor.) - 1807
...? Curfe on his per;ur'd airts, diffemhling finoo'.h ! Are honour, virtue, confcience, all exil'd ? Is there no pity, no relenting ruth, ' Points to the parents fondling o'er their child ? Then painls the ruin'd maid, and their diffraction wild ? But now the fopper crowns their fimple...
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