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" Bitter, oh tell me whence comes my content ? Since I suffer with pleasure, why should I complain, Or grieve at my Fate, when I know 'tis in vain ? Yet so pleasing the Pain is, so soft is the Dart, That at once it both wounds me, and tickles my Heart.... "
The new vocal enchantress, containing an elegant selection of the newest ... - Page 156
by New vocal enchantress - 1788
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A collection of poems: viz The temple of death: by the marquis of Normanby ...

Collection - 1702 - 453 pages
...are Lovers Content ? Since I fuffer with Pleafure, why Ihould I complain, Or grieve at my Fate, when I know, 'tis in vain" Yet fo pleafing the Pain is, fo fbft is the Dart, That at once it both Wounds me, and Tickles my Heart. To my felf I figh often, without...
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The virgin muse. Being a collection of poems from our most celebrated ...

Virgin muse - 1722
...whence are Lovers content ? Since I fuffer with Pleafure, why fhou'd I compUi Or grieve at my Fate when I know 'tis in vain : Yet fo pleafing the Pain is, fo foft is the Dart, That at once it both wounds me,and tickles my Ht& To my felf I figh often without knowing whyi And when abfent from Phittis methinks...
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The Tea-table Miscellany: Or, a Collection of Scots Sangs. In Three Volumes ...

Allan Ramsay - 1733 - 356 pages
...fliould I complain, Or grieve at my fate fince I know 'tis in vain Yet fb pleafing the pain is, fo fbft is the dart, That at once it both wounds me, and tickles my (hearr. I grafp her hand,? gently, look languifliing down, And by paffionate fiience I make my love...
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The Tea-table Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Choice Songs, Scots and ...

Allan Ramsay - 1750 - 448 pages
...why mould I complain, Or grieve at my fate, fince I know 'tis in vain. Yet fo pleafing the pain i% fo foft is the dart; That at once it both, wounds...and tickles my heart. I grafp her hand? gently, look hnguifhing down, And by paffionate filence I make my love known. But oh ! how I'm blefs'd when fo kind...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 9

1751
...with pleafure, why mould I complain, Or grieve at my fate, fince I know 'tis in vain ? Yet fo pleafmg the pain is, fo foft is the dart, That at once it both wounds me and ticklea my heart. I grafp her hand gently, look Janguiihmg down, And, by pafiiosnte Шслсе, I make...
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The canary bird or, Gentlemen and lady's polite amusement

Canary bird - 1760
...: Yet, fo pleafmg the pain is, fo foft is the dart, At once it both wounds me and tickles my heart, At once it both wounds me and tickles my heart. I grafp her hand gently, look languifhing down, And by pafHonate filence I make my love known : But oh ! how I'm bleft, when fo kind...
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The Tea-table Miscellany: A Collection of Choice Songs, Scots and ..., Issue 420

Allan Ramsay - 1762 - 448 pages
...torment ? If a bitter, O tell me whence comes my complaint ?• Since I fuffer with pleafure, why mould I complain, Or grieve at my fate, fince I know 'tis...both wounds me, and tickles my heart. I grafp her hands gently, look languifhing down, And, by pafli-onate filence, I make my love known. But oh ! how...
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A select collection of poems: with notes [by J. Nichols].

Select collection - 1780
...pltaiure, why fhould I complain ? Or grieve at my fate, when I know 'tis in vain .' Y,st fo pleafmg the pain is, fo foft is the, dart, That at once it both wounds me, and tickles my heart : To myfelf I figh often without knowing why ; And, when abfent from Phyllis, methiriks I could die....
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The goldfinch, or, New modern songster. Being a select collection of the ...

Goldfinch - 1782
...whence comes my content ? Since I fuffer with pleafure, why mould I complain, Or grieve at my fate, when I know 'tis in vain ? Yet fo pleafing the pain is,...and tickles my heart. I grafp her hand gently, look langui(hing down, And, by paffionate filence, I make my love known : But oh ! how I'm bleft, when fo...
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The blackbird, containing one hundred and thirty songs, Scots and English ...

Blackbird - 1783
...If a bitter, О tell me, whence comes my content ?" . '• Since I fuflfer with pleafure, why (hould I complain, Or grieve at my fate, fince I know 'tis...both wounds me, and tickles -my-- heart. I grafp her hands gently, look languiuiing down, And, by paffionate fiience, I make my love known, But oh ! ho...
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