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EYE.-The tuneful voice, the eye that spoke the mind,
LLOYD.-The Actor. She has an eye that could speak, though her tongue were silent.
AARON HILL.-Snake in the Grass, Scene 1.
CHURCHILL.—The Rosciad, Line 801.
He's not to be commended Who trusts another any further than he sees.
RILEY's Plautus, Vol. II. Truculentus, Act II.
SHERIDAN.—The Duenna, Act I. Scene 2.
Tom MOORE.–Irish Melodies, "By that Lake,”
Her blue eyes sought the west afar,
WALTER SCOTT.—The Lay of the Last Minstrel,
Canto III. Stanza 24, Last Lines.
Of microscopic power, that could discern
JAMES MONTGOMERY.-The Pelican Island,
Canto VII. FACE.--In her face excuse came prologue, and apology too prompt.
MILTON.-Paradise Lost, Book IX. Line 853. It is not night when I do see your face.
SHAKSPERE.—Midsummer N. D., Act II. Scene 2.
(Helena to Demetrius.)
FACE.—Your face, my thane, is as a book, where men may read strange matters.
SHAKSPERE.-Macbeth, Act I, Scene 5,
(Lady Macbeth to her Husband.) Each man wears three nations in his face.
DRYDEN.-Prol. to Cæsar Borgia.
EDWARD MOORE.—The Farmer, and Spaniel, and
Cat, Line 5.
O, that deceit should dwell in such a gorgeous palace!
SHAKSPERE.-Romeo and Juliet, Act III.
Scene 2. (Juliet on hearing that Romeo had slain Tybalt.)
Was ever book containing such vile matter
SHAKSPERE.—Ibid. (Juliet on the same occasion.) O, what a goodly outside falsehood hath!
SAAKSPERE.—Merchant of Venice, Act I.
Scene 3. (Antonio aside to Bassanio.) A face without a heart.
SAAKSPERE.-Hamlet, Act IV. Scene 7.
(The King to Laertes.)
He lives to build, not boast a generous race;
SAVAGE. - The Bastard, Line 7.
Her face was like an April morn,
Clad in a wintry cloud:
MALLET.—Margaret's Ghost, 3 Percy Rel. 392.
Yet no cold vot'ress of the cloister she,
Crabbe.--Tales of the Hall, Book XVI.
FACE.—'Tis not thy face, though that by nature's made
CHURCHILL.- The Dedication.
There's no art
SHAKSPERE.—Macbeth, Act I. Scene 4.
(Duncan alluding to Cawdor, whom he had
executed.) Open, candid, and generous, his heart was the constant companion of his hand, and his tongue the artless index of his mind.
GEORGE CANNING.-Microcosm, No. XIX.
19th March, 1797. O, what may man within him hide, Though angel on the outward side.
SHAKSPERE.—Measure for Measure, Act III.
Scene 2. (The Duke on Angelo.)
J. PHILLIPS.-Cider, Book I.
THEOCRITUS.-Buckley, Page 160.
SHAKSPERE.—King Richard III. Act III.
Scene I. (Richard to the Prince of Wales.) His face was of that doubtful kind, That wins the eye but not the mind.
Scott.—Rokeby, Canto V. Stanza 16. Her face all red and white, like the inside of a shoulder of mutton,
Foote. - The Knights, Act I.
FACE.—That same face of yours looks like the title-page to a whole volume of roguery.
COLLEY CIBBER.She Would and She Would
BYRON.–The Dream, Sect. II. All, all are gone, the old familiar faces.
CHARLES LAMB.–From one of his Letters.
GOLDSMITH.—Deserted Village, Line 164.
We fail !
SHAKSPERE.—Macbeth, Act I. Scene 7.
KING.–Orpheus and Eurydice, Line 134.
BURXS.—To Dr. Blacklock.
SHAKSPERE.—Measure for Measure, Act II.
Scene 4. (Angelo before his interview with
DRYDEN.—Alexander's Feast, Verse 1.
SHAKSPERE.—Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act IV.
Scene 4. (Silvia to Julia.)
PRIOR.-Henry and Emma, Line 72.
REYNOLDS. --The Dramatist, Act IV. Scene 1.
FAIR.-Is not she more than mortal can desire ;
LEE.-Alexander the Great, Act I. Scene 1.
RowE.— The Fair Penitent, Act III. Scene 1.
Milton.- Paradise Lost, Book IX. Line 1140.
Faithful found Among the faithless, faithful only he.
Milton.-Ibid. Book V. Line 896.
For modes of faith let graceless zealots fight,
POPE.—Essay on Man, Epi. III. Line 305.
Ever note, Lucilius,
SHAKSPERE.—Julius Cæsar, Act IV. Scene 2.
(Brutus to Lucilius.) There is no more faith in thee than in a stewed prune.
SHAKSPERE.—King Henry IV. Part I. Act III.
Scene 3. (Falstaff to the Hostess.) On argument alone my faith is built.
Young.-Night IV. Line 742.
FALL.-I am not now in Fortune's power,
BUTLER.-Hudibras, Part I. Canto III. Line 877,
A brave man struggling in the storms of fate,
Pope.-Prol. to Addison's Cato, Line 21.
SHAKSPERE.-Hamlet, Act I. Scene 5.
(The Ghost to Hamlet on his mother's marriage.)