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" Pale, cold, and halfspeechless in the arms of his Damon, Pythias replied in broken accents, " Fatal haste ! Cruel impatience ! What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favour? But I will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot die to... "
The Teacher's Assistant in English Composition, Or, Easy Rules for Writing ... - Страница 54
по John Walker - 1810 - 263 страници
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The better land; or, The Christian emigrant's guide to Heaven

Jeremiah Dodsworth - 1853 - 277 страници
...speechless in the arms of his Damon, Pythias replied, in broken accents, ' Fatal haste, cruel impatience, what envious powers have wrought impossibilities in...you." Dionysius heard, beheld, and considered all this with astonishment. His heart was touched. He wept ; and, leaving his throne, he ascended the scaffold...

Cyclopaedia of Moral and Religious Anecdote, with an Introductory Essay by ...

1858 - 380 страници
...half-speechless in the arms of his Damon, Pythias replied in broken accents, " Fatal haste ! Cruel impatience! What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in...throne, he ascended the scaffold : " Live, live, ye incomparable pair!" cried he: "ye! have borne unquestionable testimony to j the existence of virtue...

The Fool of Quality: Or, The History of Henry, Earl of Moreland, Том 1

Henry Brooke - 1859
...in the arms of hjs Damon, Pythias replied in broken accents — Fatal haste ! cruel impatience ! — what envious powers have wrought impossibilities in...considered all with astonishment. His heart was touched ; his eyes were opened ; and he could no longer refuse his assent to truths so incontestably approved...

The fool of quality; or, The history of Henry earl of Moreland. 4 ..., Том 1

Henry Brooke - 1859
...in the arms of his Damon, Pythias replied in broken accents — Fatal haste ! cruel impatience ! — what envious powers have wrought impossibilities in...considered all with astonishment. His heart was touched ; his eyes were opened ; and he could no longer refuse his assent to truths so incontestably approved...

Pearls from the golden streams, ed. by W. Hawkins

William Hawkins - 1861
...speechless in the arms of Damon, Pythias replied in broken accents, " Fatal haste ! Cruel impatience ! What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in...to save, I will not survive you." Dionysius heard, his heart was touched, he wept ; and, leaving his throne, he ascended the scaffold : '' Live, live,...

The historical, biographical and poetical reader; or, Scholar's companion

John Laurie Blake - 1862
...the arms of his Damon, Pythias replied in broken accents, " Fatal haste ! — Cruel impatience! — What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in...throne, he ascended the scaffold. " Live, live, ye incomparable pair!" he cried ; "ye have borne unquestionable testimony to the existence of virtue ;...

The Children's journal

...Fatal haste ! Cruel impatience ! What mvious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favour ? But ' will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot die to save, I will 'tot survive you." Dionysius heard, beheld, and considered all, with astonishment. Hia heart was touched...

The anecdote book; moral and religious

ANECDOTE BOOK. - 1866 - 216 страници
...half-speechless in the arms of his Damon, Pythias replied in broken accents, "Fatal haste ! Cruel impatience ! What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in...leaving his throne, he ascended the scaffold. " Live I live ! ye incomparable pair," cried he. " Ye have borne unquestionable testimony to the existence...

GOLDEN SHEAVES

H.A. CLEVELAND - 1869
..."Fatal haste ! Cruel impatience ! What envious powers have wrought impossibilities in your favor ! But I will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot...throne, he ascended the scaffold: "Live, live, ye incomparable pair!" cried he: "ye have borne unquestionable testimony to the existence of virtue ;...

The New Cyclopaedia of Illustrative Anecdote, Religious and Moral: Original ...

1872 - 559 страници
...Fatal haste, cruel impatience ! What envious powers have wrought impossibilities against your friend ? but I will not be wholly disappointed. Since I cannot die to save you, I will die to accompany you." Dionysius heard and beheld with astonishment. His eyes were opened,...




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