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" The pathetic tones and exulting- sounds which he drew from the instrument, joined to the alternate plaintiveness and boldness of his strains, rendered the prince unable to restrain the softer emotions of his soul. He even suffered him to proceed until,... "
Cato, or, An essay on old-age - Page 195
by Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1785
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Cato:, Or, An Essay on Old-age

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1773 - 334 pages
...; and " accompanied it with his voice. He " fung the taking of Bagdad and the " triumph of Amuruth. The pathetic " tones and exulting founds which he...people to fpare thofe " among the prifoners who yet re" remained alive, but alfoto give them " inftant liberty." Guy's let. on Greece. iii. 85. (37) Some account...
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Cato; Or, An Essay on Old Age, Volume 1

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1774 - 324 pages
...rcftrain the fofter emoti" ons of his foul. He even fuffered " him to proceed, until, overpowered " with harmony, he melted into tears " of pity and relented...confideration of the " mufician's abilities, he not only di" rected his people to fpare thofe •' among the prisoners who yet re" mained alive, but alfo to...
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The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository, Volume 2

1791 - 822 pages
...unable to reftrain the fofter emotions of his foul. He even fuffered him to proceed, until, overpowered with harmony, he melted into tears of pity, and relented...confideration of the mufician's abilities, he not only direcled his people to fpare thofe among the prifoncrs who yet remained alive, but alfo to give them...
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Scrapeana. Fugitive miscellany

John CROFT (S.A.S.) - 1792 - 378 pages
...his flrains, rendered the Prince unable to reftrain the fofter emotions of his fcul, ,• verpowered with harmony he melted into tears of pity, and relented of his cruel intention ; he not only direfted that the ptople mould be fpared, bur alfo that they fhould have inftant liberty....
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Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Poetical ..., Volume 2

Addison (pseud.) - 1794 - 564 pages
...with harmony, he melted into tears of pity, and relented of his cruel intentions. In confidcration of the mufician's abilities, he not only directed...people to fpare thofe among the prifoners who yet remained alive, but alfo to give them inftant liberty. AN ANECDOTE. WHEN the late Prince of Wales condefccnd.ed...
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Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Poetical ..., Volume 1

Mr. Addison - 1794 - 254 pages
...unable to reftrain the fofter emotions of his foul. He even fuffered him to proceed, until, overpowered with harmony, he melted into tears of pity, and relented of his cruel intentions. In confideration of the mufician's abilities, he not only directed his people to fpare...
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Gleanings of wit, interspersed with many original pieces, from the works of ...

Gleanings - 1805 - 252 pages
...unable to restrain the softer emotions of his soul. " He even suffered him to proceed until overpowered with harmony, he melted into tears of pity, and relented of his cruel intentions. In consideration of the Musician's abilities, he not only directed his people to spare...
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The Table Book, Volume 1

William Hone - 1827 - 394 pages
...unable to restrain the softer emotions of his soul. He even suffered him to proceed until, overpowered with harmony, he melted into tears of pity, and relented of his cruel intention. He spared the prisoners who yet remained alive, and gave them instant liberty. THE YORKSHIRE GIPSY.'...
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The Table Book..., Volume 1

William Hone - 1827 - 892 pages
...unable to restrain the softer emotions of his soul. He even suffered him to proceed until, overpowered with harmony, he melted into tears of pity, and relented of his cruel intention. He spared the prisoners who yet remained alive, and gave them instant liberty. Copograpfop. THE YORKSHIRE...
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The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calandar of Popular ...

William Hone - 1835 - 924 pages
...unable to restrain the softer emotions of his soul. He even suffered him to proceed until, overpowered with harmony, he melted into tears of pity, and relented of his cruel intention. He spared the prisoners who yet remained ulive, and gave them instant liberty. THE YORKSHIRE GIPSY....
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