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" My all is thine; One common hazard shall attend us both, And both be fortunate or both be wretched: But let thy fearful, doubting heart be still, The saints and angels have thee in their charge, And all things shall be well. "
Dramatic Works - Seite 12
von Nicholas Rowe - 1720
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The Tragedy of Jane Shore

Nicholas Rowe - 1736 - 68 Seiten
...• -' rind Shelterfrom the 'Storm. ""' ' ' J"1: '^'^ ^ ' is . ?be TRAGEDY^ One common Hazard fhall attend us both, And both be fortunate, or both be -wretched. But let thy fearful doubting Heart be Hill, The Saints and Angels have- thee in their Charge, And all things (hall be well: Think not, the...
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The Works of Nicholas Rowe, Esq; ...

Nicholas Rowe - 1766 - 373 Seiten
...from thee, And flicker from - the Stprm. ALICIA. f- ..~- My-All.i5 thine; One common Hazard' Ihall attend' us both, And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let, thy faarftj doubting Heart be lUll,. The Saints and Angels have thee in their Charge^ And all Things fhall...
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The Works: The Royal convert. Jane Shore. Jane Gray. Poems on several occasions

Nicholas Rowe - 1766
...Wretchednefs niay find Relief from thee, And fhcker from the Storm. My AIlis..tlua*i One. common Hazard. fhall attend us both, And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let thy.fcarftil doubting Heart be ftibly. The' Saint? and Angels have thee in their Charge, And all Things...
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British Theatre, Band 6

John Bell - 1791
...find relief from thee, And shelter from the storm. Alic. My all is thine ; One common hazard shall attend us both, And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let thy fearful doubting heart be still ; The saints and angels have thee in their charge, And all things shall be well. Think not, the...
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Jones's British Theatre, Band 4

1795
...may find relief from thee, And fhclter from the ftorm. Alic. My all is thine ! One common hazard mall attend us both, 'And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let thy fearful doubting heart be full-; The faints and angels have thee in their charge, And all things fhall be well. Think not, the...
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Bell's British Theatre: Douglas, by J. Home. ... The alchymist, altered from ...

1797
...find relief from thee, And shelter from the storm. Alic. My all is thine ; One common hazard shall attend us both, And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let thy fearful doubting heart be still ; The saints and angels have thee in their charge, And all things shall be well. Think not, the...
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Band 3

John Bell - 1797
...find relief from thee, And shelter from the storm. Alic. My all is thine ; One common hazard shall attend us both, And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let thy fearful doubting heart be still ; The saints and angels have thee in their charge, And all things shall be well. Think not, the...
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The Fair Penitent: A Tragedy

Nicholas Rowe - 1797 - 57 Seiten
...find relief from thee, Aad shelter from the storm. AJic. My a!I is thine ; One common hazard shall attend us both, And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let thy fearful doubting heart be still ; The saints and angels have thee in their charge, And all things shall be well. Think not, the...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

1804
...find relief from thee, And shelter from the storm. Alie. My all is thine ; One common hazard shall attend us both, And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let thy fearful doubting heart be still ; The saints and angels have thee in their charge, And all things shall be well. Think not, the...
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The British drama, Band 1

British drama - 1804
...find relief from thee, And shelter from the storm. Alie. My all is thine ; One common hazard shall attend us both, And both be fortunate, or both be wretched. But let thy fearful doubting heart be still ; The saints and angels have thee in their charge, And all things shall be well. Think not, thq...
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