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" The world has, now, no joy for me; Nor can life now one pleafure boaft ; Since all my eyes... "
The Munster cottage boy - Page 2
by Regina Maria Roche - 1820
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The Shamrock: Or, Hibernian Cresses: A Collection of Poems, Songs, Epigrams ...

Samuel Whyte - Education - 1772 - 515 pages
...Retir'd from Life's fantaftic Crew, Refign'd, I 'IV wait my final Doom, And bid the bufy World adieu.. The World has, now, no Joy for me ; Nor can Life now one Pleafure boaft i Since all my Eyes defir'd to lee, My Wifh, my Hope, my All, is loft ; Since Since...
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A Collection of Poems in Four Volumes, Volume 4

G. Pearch - English poetry - 1783
...Retir'd from life's fantaftic crew, Refign'd, 111 wait my final doom, And bid the bufy world adieu. The world has now no joy for me, Nor can life now one pleafure boaft, Since all my eyes defir'd to fee, My wifli, my hope, my all, is loft; Since LA Since...
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The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: Being a Collection of Fugitive ..., Volume 6

John Almon - English literature - 1786
...Retir'd from Life's fantaftic crew, Refign'd, I'll wait my final doom, And bid the bufy world adieu. The The world has now no joy for me: Nor can life, now, one pleafijre boaft ; Since all my eyes defir'tl to fee, My wilh, my hope, my all is loft ; Since flie,...
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Bell's classical arrangement of fugitive poetry

1789 - 178 pages
...Retir'd from life's fantastic crew, Resign'd I'll wait my final doom, And bid the busy world adieu. The world has now no joy for me, Nor can life now...see, My wish, my hope, my all, is lost; Since she, so form'd to please and bless, So wise, so innocent, so fair, Whose converse sweet made sorrow less, And...
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Extracts, Elegant, Instructive and Entertaining: In Poetry, from ..., Volume 1

Vicesimus Knox - English poetry - 1791 - 945 pages
...Rctir'd from life's fantaftic crew, Rcfign'd, I'll wait my final doom, And bid the bufy world adieu. el) a. «"ff. [prieft ; down fell prieft and book,* a pleafure boaft ; Since all my eyes dcfir'd to foe, My wifh, my hope, my all, is loft ; Since me, fo...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry, Selected for ...

Vicesimus Knox - English poetry - 1796 - 1008 pages
...Retir'd from life's fantaftic crew, Refign'd I '11 wait my final doom, And bid the büfy wo: Id adieu. The world has now no joy for me, Nor can life now one pleafurc boaft ; Since a!I my eyes defir'd to fee. My wiih, my hope, my all, is loft; Since (lie, fo...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1799
...bring?, I have no pleafure in the Kofe, For me no vernal beauty blows, Nor Philomela Cngs. MRS GREVILLE. The World has now no joy for me. Nor can life now one pleafure boaft, Since all, my eyes defired to fee, My \viiii . my hope, my all, is leftLovz ELEGIES....
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Miscellanea nova

Samuel Whyte, James Boswell, Edward Athenry Whyte - 1801 - 285 pages
...Retir'd from life's fantaftic crew, Rcfign'd, I'll wait my final doom, And bid the bufy world adieu. The The world has, now, no joy for me; Nor can life now one pleafure boaft ; Since all my eyes deiir'd to fee, My wifh, my hope, my all, is loft; Since SHE, fo...
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Elegant Extracts, Volumes 1-2

Vicesimus Knox - English poetry - 1809
...fantastic crew, RcMgiVcl I '11 wait my final doom, And bid the busy world adieu. The world has now he joy for me, Nor can life now one pleasure boast ; Since all my eyes dcsir'd to see, My wish, my hope, my all, is lost ; Since she, so form'd to please and bless, So wise,...
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Anselmo; or, The day of trial

Mary Hill (novelist.) - 1813
...such terror amongst the domestics. CHAP, CHAP. VII. < " The World has now no joys for me, Nor can h'fe now one pleasure boast, Since all my eyes desir'd to see — My wish, my hope, my all, is lost. Ye Powers divine, „ What have I done, or thought, or said ? Oh say, what horrid act of mine, *•....
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