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" d me, that all my rash rebellious Flames grow pale and sickly now. Near ev'ry Beam thine eyes most carelessly do shed, Tapers before the sun at noon, look Not so alter'd and eclips'd. QUEEN. Who is it, that will doubt The care of Heaven 1 Or think th... "
Dramatists of the Restoration: John Crowne - Сторінка 283
редактори - 1873
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The Quintessence of English Poetry, Or, a Collection of All the Beautiful ...

William Oldys - 1740
...mercies rather be By humble prayers to be fought, than their Hidden councils by curiofity. Barm's Mirxa. Who is it, that will doubt The care of heaven ; or think th' immortal Pow'rs are flow, caufe they take the priviledge To chufe their own time, when they will fend their Bleffings down-?...
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The Ladies' Companion, Том 7

1837
...luaoe only to get into the right one ; and under that suspicion, leaving the pentive publie. " Whe is it that will doubt The care of heaven; or think th' immortal Powers are slow, 'cause they take the privelejfe To cheose their own time, when they will seud their...
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Many thoughts of many minds. Compiled by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1862
...renders clear The clouds and darkness thronging near. Madame Guyfui, PROVIDENCE— Superintendence of. Who is it, that will doubt The care of Heaven, or think immortal ":i*ers are slow, 'cause they take the privilege To choose their own time, when they will...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from the English Poets

Henry George Bohn - 1867 - 715 стор.
...prayers. Sh. Ant. Clcop. n. 1. There is a special providence in the fall of a sparrow. SA. Ham. v. 2. Who is it, that will doubt . The care of heaven, or think immortal Powers are slow, 'cause they take the privilege To choose their own time, when they will send...
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The Dramatic Works, Том 4

Sir William D'Avenant - 1873
...their stalks. Needs must guess it is deriv'd from your's. KING. Thy constant virtue hath so Vanquish 'd me, that all my rash rebellious Flames grow pale and...QUEEN. Who is it, that will doubt The care of Heaven 1 Or think th' immortal Pow'rs are slow, because they take the Priviledge to chuse their own time when...
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THE DRAMATIC WORKS OF SIR WILLIAM DAVENANT

1874
...their stalks. Needs must guess it is deriv'd from your's. KING. Thy constant virtue hath so Vanquish'd me, that all my rash rebellious Flames grow pale and...Tapers before the sun at noon, look Not so alter'd and eelips'd. QUEEN. Who is it, that will doubt The care of Heaven 1 Or think th' immortal Pow'rs are slow,...
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Nestleton Magna, by Quintus Quarles

James Jackson Wray - 1878
...his wits' end, he turned round and left the Forge. CHAPTER XXXV. OLD ADAM OLLIVER TO THE RESCUE. " Who is it that will doubt The care of Heaven, or think immortal Powers are slow, 'cause they take privilege To choose their own time, when they will send...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from the English Poets

Henry George Bohn - 1881 - 715 стор.
...prayers. Sh. Ant. Clcop. n. 1. There is a special providence in the fall of a sparrow. Sh. Ham. v. 2. Who is it, that will doubt The care of heaven, or think immortal Powers are slow, 'cause they take the privilege To choose their own time, when they will send...
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The Cabin in the Clearing: A Tale of the Frontier

Edward Sylvester Ellis - 1890 - 438 стор.
...clearing, and then recoiled. "Too late! too late!" she gasped, "there are the Indians now." CHAPTER X. Who is it that will doubt The care of heaven, or think immortal Powers are slow 'cause they take the privilege To choose their own time, when they will send...
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United States Magazine of Science, Art, Manufactures, Agriculture ..., Том 1

1854
...clouds gathered in the went, tho thunder pealed, the rain descended, and all nature rejoiced again. " Who Is it that will doubt The care of Heaven ; or think th' immortal Fow'rs are slow, 'cause they take the privilege To choose their own time when they will send their...
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