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" ... to his lovely wife, to his precious little innocents, to his friends, to his country. O leave me not to die the worst of deaths in my Damon! "
The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository - Page 575
1791
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The Oxford Magazine, Volumes 3-4

1769
...a life a thoufand times of more coríéquence, of more value» than my own ; more eitimable to bit lovely wife, to his precious little innocents, to his friends, to his country. О leave me not to die the worft of deaths in my Damon." Dionyfius was awed and confounded by the dignity...
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The Fool of Quality Or the History of Henry Earl of Moreland, Volume 1

Henry Brooke - 1777
...eftimacion, than my own, more eftimable to his lovely wife, to his precious little innocents, tohis friends, to his country ! O, leave me not to die the...Dionyfius was confounded and awed by the dignity of thefe fentiments, and by the manner (ftill more fentimental) in which they were uttered ; he felt his heart...
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The New London Magazine: Being an Universal and Complete Monthly Repository ...

English literature
...death, I have redeemed a life, of a thoufand times more confluence trun my own, more eftimable to hi» lovely wife, to his precious -little innocents, to his friends, to his country. Oh, leave me not to H.ie the word of deaths in my Damon ! Dionyfius was confounded by the dignify of...
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The Fool of Quality: Or, The History of Henry, Earl of Moreland, Volume 1

Henry Brooke - 1792
...redeemed a life a thoufand times of more confequence, more eilimation. than my own ; more eftimable to his lovely •wife, to his precious little innocents,...leave me not to die the worft of deaths in my Damon ! Dibnyfius was confounded and awed by the dignity of thefe fentiments, and by the manner (ftill more...
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Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Poetical ..., Volume 2

Mr. Addison - Anecdotes - 1797 - 280 pages
...redeemed a life a thoufand times of more confequence, of more value than my own ; more ineftimable to his lovely wife; to his precious little innocents,...friends, to his country. O leave me not to die the worf t of deaths in my Damon." Dionyfius was awed and confounded by the dignity of thefe fentiments,...
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Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Poetical ..., Volume 7

Joseph Addison - Anecdotes - 1797
...redeemed a life a thoufand times of more confequence, of more value than my own ; more ineftimable to his lovely wife; to his precious little innocents, to his friends, to his country. O leave roe not to die the worft of deaths in my Damon." Dionyfius was awed and confounded by the dignity of...
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The Governess, or, Evening amusements at a boarding school

Fiction - 1800 - 219 pages
...redeemed a life, a thousand times of more consequence — more estimation than my own — more estimable to his lovely wife — to his precious little innocents...friends — to his. country. O leave me not to die the worst of deaths in my Damon. Dionysius was confounded and awed by the dignity of these sentiments,...
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The English instructor; or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose ...

English instructor - 1801
...of more estimation , than » my own ; more estimable to his lovely » wife , to his precious litlle innocents , to » his friends , to his country. O ! leave me » not to die the worst of deaths in my * Damon. » Dionysius was awed and confounded by the dignity of these sentimenls,...
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Moral and entertaining stories, for youth: selected by a friend

Moral and entertaining stories - 1804
...by- my death I have redeemed a life of a thousand times more confequence than my own, more eftimable to his lovely wife, to his precious little innocents, to his friends, to his country, Oh, leave Hie not to die the woril of deaths in ray Damon. " Dionyfius was confounded by. the dignity...
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Beauties of British Prose

English prose literature - 1805 - 360 pages
...my death, I have redeemed a life a thousand times of more estimation, than my own : more esti mable to his lovely wife, to his precious little innocents, to his friends, to his country. Oh ! leave me not to die the worst of deaths in my Damon." Dionysius was awed and confounded by the...
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