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" Treat me thyself with more respect, my son ; Nor dare to shock my ears with such proposals. Shall I desert my country, I who come To plead her cause ? Ah no ! A grave in Rome Would better please me, than a throne at Antium. How hast thou thus forsaken... "
The works of mr. James Thomson, to which is prefixed the life of the author ... - Page 293
by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch - 1802
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The Works of Mr. James Thomson: With His Last Corrections and ..., Volume 3

James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch - English literature - 1802
...quit ungrateful Rome, Come, and complete my happiness at Antium, You, and my dear Volumnia — There, Veturia, There shall you see with what respect the...Coriolanus, when with hostile arms, With fire and sword, you enter'd on our borders, Did not the fostering air, that breathes around us, Allay thy guilty fury,...
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The Works of Mr. James Thomson: With His Last Corrections and ..., Volume 3

James Thomson - 1802
...shall you see with what respect the Volsci Will treat the wife and mother of their general. VETVRIA. Treat me thyself with more respect, my son ; Nor dare...Coriolanus, when with hostile arms, With fire and sword, you enter'd on our borders, Did not the fostering air, that breathes around us, Allay thy guilty fury,...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...respect, my son ; Nor dare to shock our ears with such proposals. Shall we desert our country, — we — who come To plead her cause ? — Ah, no, — a grave...Rome Would better please me than a throne at Antium. Cor. Cease, cease, to torture me : You only tear my heart, but cannot shake it. — By the immortal...
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Shakspeare's Coriolanus, Or, The Roman Matron: A Historical Play

William Shakespeare - Promptbooks - 1812 - 62 pages
...respect, my son ; Nor dare to shock our ears with such proposals. Shall we desert our country,— we, — who come To plead her cause ? — Ah, no, — a grave...'Would better please me, than a throne at Antium. Cor. Cease, cease, to torture me : You only tear my heart, but cannot shake it. — By the immortal...
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The British Theatre: Or, A Collection of Plays, which are Acted at ..., Volume 6

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1824
...respect, my son ; Nor dare to shock our ears with such proposals. Shall we desert our country, — we — who come To plead her cause ? Ah, no, — a grave...Rome Would better please me than a throne at Antium. Cor. Cease, cease, to torture me ; You only tear my heart, but cannot shake it. — By the immortal...
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Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical and Critical, Volume 7

George Daniel, John Cumberland - English drama - 1826
...respect, my son, Nor dare to shock our ears with such proposals. Shall we desert our country — we — who come To plead her cause ? Ah, no — a grave in...Rome Would better please me, than a throne at Antium. Cor. Cease, cease, to torture me : You only tear my heart, but cannot shake it. • By the immortal...
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Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical and ..., Volume 7

English drama - 1826
...respect, my son, Nor dare to shock our ears with such proposals. Shall we desert our country — we — who come To plead her cause ? Ah, no — a grave in...Rome Would better please me, than a throne at Antium. Cor. Cease, cease, to torture me : You only tear my heart, but cannot shake it. By the immortal gods—...
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Poetical Works, Comprising All His Pastoral, Dramatic, Lyrical and Didactic ...

James Thomson - 1849 - 676 pages
...shoek my ears with sueh proposals. Shall I desert my eountry, I who eome To plead her eause • Ah I no: a grave in Rome Would better please me than a...throne at Antium. How hast thou thus forsaken all my preeepts! How hast thou thus forgot thy love to Rome i > Coriolanns, when with hostile arms, With fire...
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The Poetical Works of James Thomson

James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch - 1850 - 685 pages
...dare to shoek my ears with sueh proposals. Shall I desert my eountry, I who eome To plead her eause 1 Ah ! no : a grave in Rome Would better please me than...throne at Antium. How hast thou thus forsaken all my preeepts! How hast thon thus forgot thy love to Rome 1 O Coriolanus, when with hostile arms, With fire...
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