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" Yon, who have feen my aftions, know their fprings, Say, are we women fuch infipid things ? Say, Lords of the Creation, mighty men ! In what have you furpafs'd us, where ? and when ? I come to know to whom the palm is due ; To us weak veflels or to ftronger... "
The Sale of Authors, a Dialogue: In Imitation of Lucian's Sale of Philosophers - Page 244
by Archibald Campbell - 1767 - 250 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 9

Edmund Burke - History - 1767
...•*-* Permit me here to take a little breath ! You who have feen my actions, known their fpring*, Say, are we Women fuch infipid things? Say, lords...mighty men ! In what have you furpafs'd us, 'where? and lubcn? 1 come to know to 'whom the palm is due ; To us weak veffcls, or to ftronger you ? Againft your...
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The Lady's Preceptor: Or, a Series of Instructive and Pleasing Exercises in ...

Mr. Cresswick - 1792 - 425 pages
...racks and death, Permit me here to take a little breath ! Yon, who have feen my aftions, know their fprings, Say, are we women fuch infipid things ? Say,...palm is due ; To us weak veflels or to ftronger you ? Againft your conquering fwords I draw — my fan, Come on !— now parry Marg'ret if you can. [Sets...
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British Theatre: The gamester, by Edward Moore. 1792. Earl of Warwick, by Dr ...

John Bell - English drama - 1792
...a little breath I You who have seen my aQions, known their springs, Say, are we women suck insipid things ? Say, lords of the creation, mighty men ! In what have you surpassed us, where f and when } J come to know to whom the palm is due, To us weak vessels, or to...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1793
...racks, and death, Permit me here to take a little breath ! You who have feen my aftions^ known their fprings, Say, are we Women fuch infipid things ? Say,...I come to know to whom the palm is due; To us weak veflèls, or tp ftronger yon ? Againit your conqu'rjng fwords ] draw — my fan, Come on 1 now parry...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 9

Edmund Burke - History - 1793
...racks, and death, Permit me here to take a little breath ! You who have feeu my acYions, known their fprings,' Say, are we Women fuch infipid things ? Say, lords of the creation, mighty men ! Jn what have you furpafj'd us, nubere? and tuken? I come to know to 'whom the palm is due; To us...
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Annual Register, Volume 9

History - 1803
...liltle breath ! Yj>u who have feen my actions, known their fpr'mgs, Say, are we women fuch Inlipid things ? Say, lords of the creation, mighty men ! In what have you furpafs'd us, u~/iere ? andVAen? J come to know to a hotti the palm is due ; To us weak vedéis, or to ftronger you...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 2

English drama - 1811
...a little breath ! You who have seen my actions, known their springs, Say, are we women such insipid things ? Say, lords of the creation, mighty men ! In what have you surpassed us? where? and when? I come to know for whom the palm is due, To us weak vessels, or to stronger...
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Shakespeare Imitations, Parodies and Forgeries, 1710-1820, Volume 2

Jeffrey Kahan - English literature - 2004 - 384 pages
...we women such insipid things? Say, lords of the creation, mighty men, 5 In what have you surpass'd us, where, and when? I come to know to whom the palm is due, To us weak vessels or to stronger you? Against your conqu'ring swords, I draw my fan, Come on! Now parry Marg'ret,...
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