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" Pale, cold, and half speechless in the arms of his Damon, Pythias replied in broken accents, " Fatal haste ! — Cruel impatience! — What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favour? But I will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot... "
Beauties of History; Or, Pictures of Virtue and Vice - Página 238
por L. M. Stretch - 1808
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The Governess, or, Evening amusements at a boarding school

1800 - 219 páginas
...cpue^ impatience ! — what envious powers hare wrought impossibilities in your favour ? — But 1 will not be wholly disappointed — since I cannot die to save, I will not survive you." • rv, ... N Dionysius Diotiysius heard, beheld, and considered all with astonishment : — his heart...
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The English instructor; or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose ...

English instructor - 1801
...have wrought impossibilities in your fa» vour ! — But I will not be wholly dis» appointed. — Since I cannot die to save , » I will not survive...considered all with astonishment. His heart was touched ; his eyes were opened , and he could no longer refuse his assent to truths , so incontestably proved...
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Beauties of British Prose

1805 - 360 páginas
...! — Cruel impatience ! — What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favour 1 — But i will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot...considered all with astonishment. His heart was touched ; his eyes were opened ; and he could no longer refuse his assent to truths so incontestibly proved...
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The Teacher's Assistant in English Composition, Or, Easy Rules for Writing ...

John Walker - 1810 - 263 páginas
...haste cruel impatience- what " envious powers have wrought impossibilities " against your friend ! But I will not be wholly *' disappointed : Since I cannot die to save you, I w will die to accompany you." Dionysius heard and beheld with astonishment: his eyes were opened,...
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The Miscellany,or Evening's Occupation for the Youthful Peasantry of Ireland

1819
...replied in broken accents: " Fatal haste — cruel impatience! — What envious powers have wrought in your favour. But I will not be wholly disappointed...you." Dionysius heard, beheld, and considered all vviih astonishment. His heart was touched — his eyes were opened — and he could no longer refuse...
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The young moralist

Young moralist - 1819
...broken accents : ' Fatal haste ! Cruel impatience! What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favour! But I will not be wholly disappointed...will not survive you.' Dionysius heard, beheld, and cdnsidered all with astonishment. His heart was touched, his eyes were opened ; and he could no longer...
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Leisure hours; or, Entertaining dialogues

Priscilla Wakefield - 1821
...than my own. PYTHIAS. Fatal haste! cruel impatience! what envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favour. But I will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot die to save you, I will not survive you. DIONYSIUS. Live, live ye incomparable pair! you have borne unquestionable...
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The elementary elocutionist: a selection of pieces in prose and verse, by J ...

John White (A.M.) - 1826
...haste ! —Cruel impatience !—What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favour?—But I will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot...ascended the scaffold. " Live, live, ye incomparable pair !" he cried, " ye have borne unquestionable testimony to the existence of virtue ! and that virtue...
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The second reader, or juvenile companion

John Lauris Blake - 1833
..."Fatal haste! — Cruel impatience! — What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favor? But I will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot...the scaffold. " Live, live, ye incomparable pair!" he cried;" "ye have borne unquestionable testimony to the existence of virtue ; and that virtue equally...
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Progressive Exercises in English Composition

Richard Green Parker - 1833 - 105 páginas
...accents — " Fatal haste ! — Cruel impatience ! — What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favour ? But I will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot die to »ave, I will not survive you." Dionysius heard, beheld and considered all with astonishment. His heart...
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