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" None other pain pray I for them to be But, when the rage doth lead them from the right, That, looking backward, virtue they may see Even as she is, so goodly fair and bright. And whilst they clasp their lusts in arms across Grant them, good Lord, as thou... "
The Poetical Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt - Page 190
by Sir Thomas Wyatt, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1831 - 244 pages
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The British Bibliographer, Volume 1

Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - English literature - 1810
...be, But when the rage doth lead them from the right, That, looking backward, Virtue they may see E'en as she is, so goodly, fair, and bright; * And whilst they clasp their lusts in arms across, Grant thera, good Lord, as thou may'st of thy might, To fret inward, for losing such a loss." The Life of...
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The British Bibliographer, Volume 1

Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - English literature - 1810
...goodly, (air, and bright; * And whilst they clasp ilieir lusts in arms acrnsi, Grant them, good L^rd, as thou may'st of thy might, To fret inward, for losing such a loss." The Life of a Courtier, must at all times be disgusting to a feeling and independent mind. In the reign...
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The Thames and its tributaries; or, Rambles among the rivers

Charles Mackay - 1840
...his doom, None other pain pray I for them to be : But when the rage doth lead them from the right, That looking backward, Virtue they may see, Even as...goodly fair and bright ; And whilst they clasp their lust in arms across, Grant them, good Lord, as Thou mayst of thy might, To fret inward for losing such...
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF SIR THOMAS WYATT. WITH A MEMOIR.

1854
...his doom, None other pain pray I for them to be ; But when the rage doth lead them from the right. That looking backward Virtue they may see, Even as...COURTIER'S LIFE, WRITTEN TO JOHN POINS. MINE own John Poms, since ye delight to know The causes why that homeward I me draw, And fly the press of Courts,...
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Wiener Beiträge zur deutschen und englischen Philologie, Volumes 1-3

English philology - 1886
...des erhabenen Inhaltes unsere Bewunderung. Der Dichter wünscht den Bösen keine andere Strafe als: That looking backward Virtue they may see, Even as...thy might, To fret inward, for losing such a loss. wegen seines Nichterscheinens bei Hofe und gibt zugleich die Gründe an, welche ihn bestimmt haben,...
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Sir Thomas Wyatt und seine Stellung in der Entwickelungsgeschichte der ...

Rudolf Alscher - English language - 1886 - 143 pages
...Thal look in if backward V,rtne thctf mm/ UM, Even as she is, so goodly fair and briaht : And whiht they clasp their lusts in arms across, Grant them, good Lord, as thou mayst of th,/ might, To fret inward, for losing such a loss. Auch die zweite Satire, welche Of the Courtier's...
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Wiener Beiträge zur deutschen und englischen Philologie, Volumes 1-3

English philology - 1886
...des erhabenen Inhaltes unsere Bewunderung. Der Dichter wünscht den Bösen keine andere Strafe als: That looking backward Virtue they may see, Even as she is, so goodly fair and bru/ht: And whilst they clasp their lusts in arms across, Grant them, good Lord, as thou mayst of thy...
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Conditional sentences in Greek and Latin

Richard Horton Smith - Greek language - 1894 - 694 pages
...zoeken ook wij, etc." (?/) English : (2) in the similar use of "so" : eg Sir Thomas Wyatt, Sat. i. extr. "that looking backward virtue they may see, | even as she is, so goodly fair and bright"; St. Matth. v. 19 "whosoever . . . shall teach men so, he shall be called, etc." 1 1 . In fact, the...
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A History of English Poetry, Volume 2

William John Courthope - English poetry - 1897
...right, e That, looking backward, virtue they may see,2 <* Even as she is so goodly, fair, and bright ; e And whilst they clasp their lusts in arms across,...Grant them, good Lord, as thou mayst of thy might, p To freat inward for losing such a loss.3 4 In this passage we find a vein of sentiment which runs...
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British Anthologies, Volume 2

Edward Arber - English poetry - 1900
...pain pray I for them to be, But, when the rage doth lead them from the Right, That, looking backwards, Virtue they may see Even as she is, so goodly, fair,...thy might, To fret inward, for losing such a loss! WHAT meaneth this ? When I lie alone, I toss! I turn ! I sigh ! I groan ! My bed, meseems, as hard...
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