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" Untainted by the guilty bribe ; Uncurs'd amid the harpy tribe ; No orphan's cry to wound my ear ; My honour and my conscience clear ; Thus may I calmly meet my end, Thus to the grave in peace descend. "
A Collection of Poems ... - Page 224
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A Collection of Poems ...

Robert Dodsley - 1758
...the babling Hall, For thee, fair Juftice, welcome all ! P 2 Thus Thus though my noon of life be paft, Yet let my fetting fun, at laft, . "} Find out the...clear ; Thus may I calmly meet my end, Thus to the giave in peace dcfcend ! By Mifs COOPER, (now Mrs. MADAN) in her Brother's Coke upon Littleton. OThou,...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, Volume 4

Robert Dodsley - 1765
...bench, the babling Hall, For thee, fair Juftice, welcome all *. Thus though my noon of life be paft, Yet let my fetting fun, at laft, Find out the ftill,...the harpy-tribe ; No orphan's cry to wound my ear j My honour and my confcience clear ; Thus may I calmly meet my end, Thus to the grave in peace defcend....
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes

Robert Dodsley - 1770
...228 ) Thus though my noon of life be paR, • Yet let my fetting fun, at laft, Find out the ftilli the rural cell, Where fage Retirement loves to dwell ! There let me tafte the homefelt blift Of innocence, and inward peace ; Untainted by die guilty bribe ; j Uncurs'd amid the harpy-tribe...
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Lady's Poetical Magazine, Or Beauties of British Poetry, Volume 2

1781
....bench, the babbling hall ; For thee, fair Juftice, welcome all ! Thus tho' my noon of life be pafs'd, Yet let my fetting fun, at laft, Find out the ftill,...Retirement loves to dwell! There let me tafte the home felt blifs Of innocence, and inward peace ; Untainted by the guilty bribe ; Uncurs'd amid the...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, Volume 4

Robert Dodsley - 1782
...bench, the babbling Hall,. For thee, fair Juftice, welcome all ! Thus though my noon of life be paft, Yet let my fetting fun, at laft, Find out the ftill,...innocence, and inward peace; Untainted by the guilty bribe j Uncurs'd amid the harpy-tribe ; No orphan's cry to wound my ear ; My honour and my confcience clear...
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The Biographical History of Sir William Blackstone and a Catalogue of Sir ...

D. Douglas, Gentleman of Lincoln's-Inn - 1782 - 44 pages
...painter's takiDg the fame Uberty! print cf of • C _ _ pur TTiusV though my noon of life be paft, Yct.let my fetting fun at laft Find out the ftill, the rural...the home-felt blifs Of Innocence, and inward Peace j Untainted by the guilty bribe ; Uncurs'd amid the harpy-tribe ; No orphan's cry to wound my ear ;...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes. By Several Hands: With Notes

1782
...bench, the babbling Hall,. For. thee, fair Juftice,. welcome all I 'Thus though my noon of life be paft, Yet let my fetting fun, at laft, Find out the ftill,...Where fage retirement loves to dwell ! There let me tafle the home-felt bliis Of innocence, and inward peace ; Untainted by the guilty bribe ; Uncurs'd...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volume 8

1791
...thee, fair Juftice, welcome all ! Thus tho' my noon of life be paft, Yet let my fetting fun, at lair, Find out the ftill, the rural cell, Where fage retirement...Untainted by the guilty bribe ; Uncurs'd amid the harpy- tribe ; No orphan's cry to wound my ear ; My honour, and my confcience clear ; Thus may I calmly...
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the english anthology

T AGERTON - 1794
...difpute, the dull debate, The drowfy bench, the babling Hall, For thee, fair Juftice, welcome all! Find out the ftill, the rural cell, Where fage Retirement loves to dwell! There let me tafle the homefelt.bills Of innocence, and inward peace; Untainted by the guilty bribe; nc Thus though...
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Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry ..., Volumes 16-18

John Bell - 1794
...bribe ; TJftcurs'd amid the harpy tribe ; No orphan's cry to wound my ear ; My honour and my conscience clear ; Thus may I calmly meet my end, Thus to the grave in peace descend. ODE IX. WRITTEN A FEW DAYS BEFORE THE LONG COLLEGE VACATION, IN THE YEAR, M DCCLXIII. BY CT...
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