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" Nor man nor woman now have any bodies ! When I was young, my heart was always tender, And would to every spouse I had surrender ; Their wishes to refuse I never durst, And my fourth died as happy as my first !" Truce to such splenetic and rash designs,... "
Notoriety: And Fifteen Others - Page 68
by Frederick Reynolds - 1793
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The Actor's Budget: Consisting of Monologues, Prologues, Epilogues, and ...

William Oxberry - Theater - 1824 - 379 pages
...nor women now have any bodies. " When I was young, my heart was always tender, " And would to ev'ry spouse I had surrender ; • , " Their wishes to refuse...first." Truce to. such splenetic and rash designs, And led us mingle candour with our lines. • In all the stages of domestic life, As child, as sister,...
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The Quaver; or, Songster's pocket companion

Quaver - Songs - 1844 - 512 pages
...men, nor women, now have any bodies. When I was young, my heart was always tender, And would to ev'ry spouse I had surrender ; Their wishes to refuse I never durst, And my fourth died as happy us my first." Trace to such splenetic and rash designs, And let us mingle candour with our lines. In...
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The general reciter; a unique selection of the most admired and popular ...

General reciter - 1845
...young, my heart was always tender, And would to ev'ry spouse I had surrender ; Their wishes to reluse I never durst, And my fourth died as happy as my first." Truth to such splenetic and rash designs, And let us mingle candour with our lines. ' In all the stages...
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The Star reciter; a collection of prose and poetical gems, selected and ...

Star reciter - 1873
...occupies the whole of honeymoons. They say, we have no souls ; but what more odd is, Nor man nor woman now have any bodies ! When I was young, my heart was...In all the stages of domestic life — • As child or sister, parent, friend, or wife — Woman, the source of every fond employ, Softens affliction,...
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The Standard speaker and elocutionist

John William Kirton - Elocution - 1880 - 248 pages
...occupies the whole of honeymoons. They say we have no souls ; but what more odd is, Nor man nor woman now have any bodies ! When I was young, my heart was...lines. In all the stages of domestic life — As child or sister, parent, friend, or wife — Woman, the source of every fond employ, Softens affliction,...
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Dick's Recitations and Readings, Volume 13

William Brisbane Dick - Readers - 1881
...shapes and pantaloons," 'Dress occupies the whole of honey-moons." "They Bay we have no souls—but what more odd is," "Nor men, nor women now have any...Truce to such splenetic and rash designs, And let ua mingle candor with our lines In all the stages of domestic life, As child, as sister, parent, friend,...
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Ferguson's readings & recitations

Ferguson - 1881
...occupies the whole of honeymoons. They say, we have no souls ; but what more odd ia, Nor man nor woman now have any bodies ! When I was young, my heart was...never durst, And my fourth died as happy as my first I" Truce to such splenetic and rash designs, And let us mingle candour with our lines. In all the stages...
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Parodies of the Works of English & American Authors, Volume 2

English wit and humor - 1885
...years ; Now seven little months suffice, of course, For courting, marrying, scolding, and divorce ; They say we have no souls ; but what more odd is —...: In all the stages of domestic life — As child or sister, parent, friend, or wife — Woman, the source of every fond employ, Softens affliction,...
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