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" Such are their natures and their passions such, But these disguise too little, those too much : So shall the man of power and pleasure... "
The Munster cottage boy - Page 225
by Regina Maria Roche - 1820
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The British Magazine and Review: Or, Universaal Miscellany of Arts ..., Volume 3

1783
...give our poet's own apology for the method he has thought proper to adopt. ' Yet why, you aik, thefe humble crimes relate, Why make the poor as guilty as the great? To (hew the great, thofe mightier fons of pride, How near, in vice, the lowed are allied: Such are their...
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The British Magazine and Review, Or, Universal Miscellany, Volume 1

Great Britain - 1783
...give our poet's own apology for the method he has thought proper to adopt. ' Yet why, you a(k, thefe humble crimes relate, Why make the poor as guilty as the great? To fhew the great, thofe mightier fons of pride, How near, in vice, the loweft are allied: Such are their...
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Elegant Extracts; Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry ..., Volume 1

Vicesimus Knox - English poetry - 1791
...feel > § 137. *fhe Rca/on for defcribing the Jlces of the Pillage. CRABBE. X7"ET why, youalk, thefe humble crimes relate, * Why make the poor as guilty as the great ? — To mew the great, thole mightier fons of Pride, How near in vice the lowed are ally'd ; Such arc their...
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Extracts, Elegant, Instructive and Entertaining: In Poetry, from ..., Volume 1

Vicesimus Knox - English poetry - 1791 - 945 pages
...feel ? § 119. The Re a fan for defer! king tbc fifes of the Village. CRABBB. y ET why, you aik, thcfe way Of ftarved people. § 7. MERRY (hew the great, thofc mightier fons of pride, How near in vice the loweft are allied ; Such are their...
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Roach's Beauties of the Modern Poets of Great Britain: Carefully Selected ...

John Roach - English poetry - 1793
...the troubled air. The REASON for dffcriKng the Viwoftht VILLAGE By Mr. CRABBE, T why, you afk, thefe humble crimes relate, Why make the poor as guilty as the great ? To Ihew the great, thofe mightier fons of pride, How nearm vice the lowefl are allied ; Such are their...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 5

English poetry - 1807
...Yet why, you ask, these humble crimes relate ¥ Why make the poor as guilty as the great ? To show the great, those mightier sons of Pride, How near...allied ; Such are their natures, and their passions sucli, But these disguise too little, those too much ; So shall the man of power and pleasure see In...
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Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 258 pages
...Wife ; But, while the faultering Damsel takes her oath, Consents to wed, and so secures them both. Yet why, you ask, these humble crimes relate, Why...How near in vice the lowest are allied ; Such are there natures and their passions such, But these disguise too little, those too much : So shall the....
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 10

1808
...untry'd youth first quits a Father's oath, armsj— ' Consents to wed, and so secures Леш both." .Yet why, you ask, these humble crimes relate, Why...as the "Great ? To shew the Great, those mightier son» <if Pal» How near in vice the lowest are allied ; And each in all Hie kindred Tico.« t Of a...
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Poems

George Crabbe - Engelse digkuns - 1808 - 258 pages
...wife ; But, while the faultering damsel takes her oath, Consents to wed, and so secures them both. Yet why, you ask, these humble crimes relate, Why make the Poor as guilty as the Great ? To show the Great, those mightier sons of Pride, How near in vice the lowest are allied ; Such are their...
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Poems

George Crabbe - Engelse digkuns - 1808 - 258 pages
...wife ; But, while the faultering damsel takes her oath, Consents to wed, and so secures them both. Yet why, you ask, these humble crimes relate, Why make the Poor as guilty as the Great ? To show the Great, those mightier sons of Pride, How near in vice the lowest are allied ; Such are their...
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