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" I'm gone; But pity me Had I but early known Thy wond'rous worth, thou excellent young man, We had been happier both Now, 'tis too late ; And yet my eyes take pleasure to behold thee; Thou art their last dear object Mercy, Heav'n ! [She dies. "
The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum - 238. oldal
1771
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John Dennis - 1896
...than of the tragic ; and so also does Calista's last utterance when, addressing Altamont, she says : ' Had I but early known Thy wondrous worth, thou excellent young man We had been happier both — now 'tis too late ! ' Bowe may be regarded as the principal representative of tragedy in the '...

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...of the tragic ; and so also does Calista's last utterance *vhen, addressing. Altamont, she says : ' Had I but early known Thy wondrous worth, thou excellent young man We had been happier both — now 'tis too late ! ' Rowe may be regarded as the principal representative of tragedy in the 'age...

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The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer, 40. kötet

1771
...while the dead body of her former lover lies before • " O, gentle Altamont ! Think not too hardly cf me when I'm gone, But pity me— had I but early known Thy wond'rous worth, tliou excellent young man, We had been happier both : now 'tis too late, And yet my eyes take pleafure...




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