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" Be gay and good humour'd, complying and kind, Turn the chief of your care from your face to your mind ; 'Tis thus that a wife may her conquests improve, And Hymen shall rivet the fetters of Love. "
The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures on Their ... - Page 158
1806
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 31

1761
...mand, Exert with your hufband the fame happy (kill, For hearts, like your birds, may be tain'd to yonf will. Be gay and good humour'd, complying and kind) Turn the chief of your care from your face ta your mind, 'Tis there that a wife may herconquefts improve* And hymen (hall rivet the tetters of...
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Historie van Mejuffrouw Sara Burgerhart, Volume 1

Betje Wolff, Aagje Deken - 1782 - 8 pages
...fkill; farhearts^IikeyourBirds^maybe tam'dtoyour will* Se gay an(lgOodhumoiir'ci,comptyngandkiniti Turn the Chief of your care , from your face , to your m.ind. This there , that a Wife ni:iy ^er conquest improve : Hymen f hall rivet thi fitters of Love. Ge. Gedurende...
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Preface. A historical essay on the origin and progress of national song ...

1783
...fame happy fkill ; For hearts, like your birds, may be tam'd to your will. Be gay and good-humour'd, complying and kind ; Turn the chief of your care from...face to your mind ; 'Tis there that a wife may her conquefts improve, And Hymen mall rivet the fetters of Love. * Sung by mrs. Gibber, in the comedy of...
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Works ...

Arthur Murphy - 1786
...your birds, may be tain'd to your will, V. Be gay and good-humoured, complying and kind, Turn t}}e chief of your care from your face to your mind : 'Tis there that a wife may her conqueJts imprcv<!t And HYMEN Jhatt rivet the fttttrs of LOVE, i All in the Wrong: COMEDY, Performed...
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The new vocal enchantress, containing an elegant selection of the newest ...

New vocal enchantress - 1788
...come at command- } Exert with your hufband the fame happy skill., for hearts, like young birds, may be tam'd to your will.. Be gay and good humour'd, complying...kind ; Turn the chief of your care from your face to youimind. 'Tis there that a wife may her conquers improve, And. Hymen fhall rivet the fetters of love....
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British Theatre, Volume 26

John Bell - 1792
...b&anCd to your will* Be gay and good-humoured, complying and kind, Turn the chief of your car efromy our face to your mind', *Tis there that a wife may her...improve^ And Hymen shall rivet the fetters of love. A COMEDY, BY ARTHUR MURPHY, ADAPTED FOIt THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION* AS PERFORMED AT THE THEATRES-ROYAL,...
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The Lady's Preceptor: Or, a Series of Instructive and Pleasing Exercises in ...

Mr. Cresswick - 1792 - 425 pages
...fame happy fkill ; For hearts, like your birds, may be tam'd to your will. Be gay and good-humor'd, complying- and kind ; Turn the chief of your care...face to your mind : 'Tis there that a wife may her conquefb improve, And Hymen fhall rivet the fetters of love.. THE ROSE. THE Rofe had been wam'd, juft...
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Jones's British Theatre, Volume 9

1795
...fame happy jkill, For hearts, like young hirds, may be tam'd to your will. Be gay and good-humour'J, complying and kind, Turn the chief of your care from...face to your mind; 'Tis there that a wife may her conquejls And Hymen jball rivet the fetters ef kvt. SUSPICIOUS HUSBAND. JVE 'jB 1ERNARD Bel. /•'-rxi...
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A Collection of English Songs: With an Appendix of Original Pieces

Alexander Dalrymple - 1796 - 221 pages
...fame happy (kill ; For Hearts, like your birds, may be tam'd to your wil Be gay and good-humour'd, complying and kind ; Turn the chief of your care,...face to your mind ; 'Tis there that a Wife may her conqneft improve, And Hymen mall rivet the fetters of. Love. M. 18 C. GARRICK. j[ .E Fair, be advis'd...
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A Collection of English Songs: With an Appendix of Original Pieces

Alexander Dalrymple - 1796 - 221 pages
...fame happy fkill ; For Hearts, like your birds, may be tam'd to' your wil Be gay and good-humour'd, complying and kind ; Turn the chief of your care, from your face to ywr mind ; Tis there that a Wife may her oonqueft improv*, And Hymen fhall rivet the fettew of Love....
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