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" So have I feen the Tory race Long in the pouts for want of place, Never in humour, never well, Wifhing for what they dar'd not tell, Their heads with country-notions... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Page 96
1759
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The Works of Soame Jenyns ...: To which are Prefixed Short ..., Volumes 1-2

Soame Jenyns, Charles Nalson Cole - 1793
...without or fear or fhame. So have I feen the Tory race Long in the pouts for want of place, O 4 Nevei Never in humour, never well, Wifhing for what they dar'd not tell, Their heads with country-notions fraught, Notions in town not worth a groat, Thcfe tenets all reluftant quit, And flep...
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Annual Register, Volume 2

1802
...for want of place ; F f -\ Never i groat ; lit; i mit S p— tJ Never in humour, never well, Wishing for what they dar'd not tell; Their heads with country...notions fraught, Notions in town not worth a groat ; These tenets all reluctant quit, And step by step at last submit To Reason, Eloquence, and PAt first...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - 1822
...dupe to fame, She smothers or resists her flame, But loves without or fear or shame. So have I seen the Tory race Long in the pouts for want of place, Never in humour, never well, Wishing for what they dared not tell, M Their heads with country notions fraught, Notions in town not...
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In Defiance of Oligarchy: The Tory Party 1714-60

Linda Colley - 1985 - 384 pages
...lambasted Pitt, and adapted one of Swift's verses to stigmatise the tones' capitulation: So have I seen the Tory Race Long in the Pouts for want of Place, Never in humour, never well, Wishing for what they dar'd not tell, Their Heads with Country-Notions fraught, Notions in Town not...
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Pitt the Elder

Jeremy Black - 1992 - 320 pages
...So have I seen the Tory race Impatient long for want of place, Never in humour, never well, Wishing for what they dar'd not tell, Their heads with country...notions fraught, Notions in town not worth a groat; All their old-fashioned tenets quit, And step by step at last submit To reason, eloquence, and Pitt....
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Annual Register, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - 1760
...Tory race Long in the pouts, for want of place ; Ff 4 Never I Never in humour, never well, Wilhing for what they dar'd not tell ; Their heads with country...notions fraught, • Notions in town not worth a groat j Thele tenets all reluftant quit, And ftep by ilep at la▀ fubmit To Rea/он, Eloquence, aud P —...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 24

1759
...for want of place ; Neter in humour, never well, Wilbing for what they dar'd not tell ; Their beads with country notions fraught, Notions in town not worth a groat, Thefe tenets all reluftant quit, And fiep by ftep at laft fubmit ═To Reaion, Eloquence, and Pitt, At firft to Напотег...
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