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" It sits too near you. Ant. Here, here it lies ; a lump of lead by day, And, in my short, distracted, nightly slumbers, The hag that rides my dreams. "
The British drama - Page 185
by British drama - 1804
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The Dramatick Works of John Dryden, Esq: In Six Volumes, Volume 4

John Dryden - 1717
...that's the Stite of Viftorjv The conqu'ring Soldier, red With unf'clt Wounds, Salutes his General ib: but never more Shall that Sound reach my Ears. Vent. I warrant you. , •Ant. Afiittm, Actittml Oh— • Vent. It iits too near you. •<*. Here, here it lyes ; a Lump of Lead...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

English drama - 1776
...that found reach my ears. Vent, I warrant you. 'Ant. Actium, Actium ! Ch Vent, It fits too near you. 4 Ant. Here, here it lies; a lump of lead by day ; And in my fhort, diftracted, nightly (lumbers, The hag that rides my dreams • Vent. Out with it ; give it vent....
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays...

John Bell - 1780
...conq'rmg foldier, red with unfelt wounds, Salutes his gen'ral fo.; but never more Shall that found reach my ears. Vent. I warrant you. Ant. Actium, Actium ! Oh— — Vent. It fits too near you. Ant. Here, here it lies, a lump of lead by day, And in my fhort diftra&ed nightly...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays

John Bell - English drama - 1776
...never more Shall that found reach my ears. Vent. I warrant you. Ant, Aftium, Aftium ! Oh Vent. It fits too near you. Ant, Here, here it lies; a lump of lead by day ; And in my ihort, diftradted, nightly (lumbers, The hag that rides my dreams— Pent. Out with it ; give it vent....
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Dramatic Micellanies: Sic Consisting of Critical Observations on ..., Volume 3

Thomas Davies - Theater - 1784
...:":'>"-'r'-"-"! . ,.. ... i ... .'Aaium, Aaium, otiK . VENTlDIttS. It fits too near you. AN TO N y. Here, here, it lies ! a lump of lead by day ; And, in my fhort, diftra&ed, nightly {lumbers, The hag that rides me in my dreams ! VSN T'IDI u' s^,' -r , „...
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The Busy Body: A Comedy

Susanna Centlivre - 1797 - 112 pages
...so ; but never more lhall that sound reach my ears. Vent. I warrant you. I *atnt. Actium, A6lium I Oh — Vent. It sits too near you. Ant. Here, here it lies, a lump of lead by day, And in my short distra6led nightly slumbers The hag that rides my dreams Vent. Out with it; give it vent. Ant. Urge...
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Bell's British Theatre, Volume 16

English drama - 1797
...why that's the style of viftory: The conq'ring soldier, red with unfelt wounds, Salutes his gen'ral so ; but never more Shall that sound reach my ears. Vent. I warrant you. Ant. Aftium, Aftium I Oh — Vent. It sits too near you. Ant. Here, here it lies, a lump of lead by day,...
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The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the ..., Volume 1, Issue 1

English drama - 1804
...soldier, red with unfelt wounds, Salutes his general so ; but never more Shall that sound reach my cars. Vent. I warrant you. Ant. Actium, Actium ! Oh —...Vent. Out with it; give it vent.' Ant. Urge not my sluuuc — I lost a battle. Vent. So has Julius done. ARt. Thou favourest me, and speakest not half...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...Emperor! why that's the style of victory : The conquering soldier, red with unfelt wounds, Salutes his general so ; but never more Shall that sound reach...Here, here it lies, a lump of lead by day, And, in mv short distracted nightly slumbers, The hag, that rides my dreams Vent. Out with it ; give it vent....
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Sharpe's British Theatre, Volume 16

English drama - 1805
...that's the style of victory: The couq'ring soldier, red with unfclt wounds, Salutes his gen'ral so ; hut never more Shall that sound reach my ears, Vent. I warrant you. Ant. Actinm, Actium! Oh — Vent. It sits too near you. Ant. Here, here it lies, a lump of lead hy day,...
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