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" Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love, But why did you kick me down stairs... "
The Polyanthos - Page 127
1812
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Who Wrote It?: A Dictionary of Common Poetical Quotations in the English ...

Where, Who - 1878 - 175 lehte
...ineffectual fire. SHAKSPEAEE, Hamlet, act i. sc. 5. Passages that lead to nothing. GRAY, The Long Story. Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love, But — why did you kick me down stairs ? KEMBLE, The Panel, act i. sc. 1. Pigmies are pigmies still, though perched on Alps. YOUNG, Night...
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The Quarterly Review, 147. köide

1879
...private ; but carefully refrained from any manifestation of favour or confidence before the world. ' Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love, But why did you kick me down stairs ?' Perhaps it was right to disown publicly all complicity with the plan of invasion or its projector...
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A Dictionary of Quotations from the English Poets

Henry George Bohn - 1881 - 715 lehte
...because full of riches : The people liberal, valiant, active, wealthy. Sh.Hen.vi.2.lv.7. KICK, KICKING. When late I attempted your pity to move, Why seem'd...your love, But — why did you kick me down stairs '? 'Tis well, its no icorse, a Farce (Bickerstaff) I. 4. A Saxon Duke did grow so fat, That mice, as...
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Old favourites from the elder poets, with a few newer friends, a selection ...

Old favourites, Matilda Sharpe - 1881 - 393 lehte
...PHILIP KEMBLE. From THE PANEL. When first I attempted your pity to move, You seemed deaf to my sighs and my prayers ; Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love, But why did you kick me down stairs ? ANNA L ;£T IT IA BARBAULD, 1743-1825] [" In Homer's craft Jock Milton thrives ; Eschylus' pen Will...
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Penn Monthly, 12. köide

Robert Ellis Thompson, William Wilberforce Newton, Otis H. Kendall - 1881
...and cutting of throats, might well recall to the Irish people the refrain of a song of their own : " Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love ; But why did you kick me down stairs? " His latest utterances on public questions are to be found in his " Shooting Niagara, and What After?"...
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The Cyclop¿dia of Practical Quotations: English and Latin, with an Appendix ...

1882 - 899 lehte
...there lyes a snake: Kisses and favours are sweet things. o. KOBEET HEBIUCK— The Shower of Mossomes. ung gloves, Ladies and maids their scarfs and handkerchiefs, Upon him as he pass 'i p. 3. P. KEMBLE— The Panel. Act. I. Sc. 1. It is in vain to find fault with those arts oi deceiving...
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The Medical times and gazette, 1. köide

1882
...aghast at this sudden transition from exclusiveness and self-complacency, in wonderment exclaim — " Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love. But why did you kick me downstair» ?'*(f) In 1847, being examined by Mr. Warburton's Committee in reference to the Medical...
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London Bicycle Club Gazette, 5. köide

1882
...Club life — even in play — was altogether wise. The words of the poet say, " It was all very well to dissemble your love, But why did you kick me down stairs ? " and I think that he might have chosen a less violent antidote for the malady he sought to cure....
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Love-knots and bridal-bands: poems, selected and arranged by F. Langbridge

Love-knots - 1883
...Janet. FREDERICK LOCKER. London Lyrics. (K. Paul.) WHEN late I attempted your pity to move, What made you so deaf to my prayers ? Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love, But — why did you kick me downstairs ? UNKNOWN. A PLACE in thy memory, dearest, Is all that I claim, To pause and look back when...
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The Bolted Door

George Gibbs - 1911 - 346 lehte
...obliged for your kindness. Afraid I can't «ron<\ Qood afternoon." CHAPTER III THE LADY IN THE LIMOUSINE "Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love, but — why did you kick me downstairs?" He had read the foolish lines somewhere, and they rang in Garriott's mind all the way...
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