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" I'm in charity with all the world. Let me for once be thine example, Heaven ; Do to this man as I him free forgive, And may he better die and better live. "
Dramatic Works of John Ford ... - Page 508
by John Ford - 1827
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The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker: Now First Collected with ..., Volume 4

Thomas Dekker - 1622
...: For I'm in charity with all the World. Let me for once be thine example, Heaven ; Do to this man as I him free forgive. And may he better die, and better live. Moritur. Y. Tho. "Tis done ; and I am in : once paft our height, We fcorn the deepft Abyfs. This follows...
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Dramatic Works, Volume 2

John Ford - English drama - 1811
...be thine example, heaven ; Do to this man as I, him free forgive, And may he better die, and sweeter live. [Dies. Frank. 'Tis done ; and I am in : once...follows now, To heal her wounds by dressing of the weapon. Arms, thighs, hands, any place ; we must not fail, To. bind. myself to this tree. Now's the...
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...; For I'm in charity with all the world. Let me for once be thine example, heaven ; Do to this man, as I him free forgive, And may he better die, and...ones : the best I can * This follows now, To heal hermmndi by dressing of the weapon.] The allusion to' this silly superstition is vilely out of place,...
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...; For I'm in charity with all the world. Let me for once be thine example, heaven ; Do to this man, as I him free forgive, And may he better die, and...scratches, giving such deep ones : the best I can 1 This follows now, To heal her wounds by dressing of the weapon.] The allusion to this silly superstition...
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The Dramatic Works of John Ford,: In Two Volumes, Volume 2

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827 - 616 pages
...; For I'm in charity with all the world. Let me for once be thine example, heaven ; Do to this man, as I him free forgive, And may he better die, and...follows now, To heal her wounds by dressing of the weapon.s Arms, thighs, hands, any place ; we must not fail [ Wounds himself. Light scratches, giving...
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The dramatic works of John Ford, with an intr. and notes [by W. Harness?].

John Ford - 1831
...; For I'm in charity with all the world. Let me for once be thine example, heaven ; Do to this man, as I him free forgive, And may he better die, and...[Dies. Frank. 'Tis done ; and I am in ! once past our To heal her wounds by dressing of the weapon.* Arms, thighs, hands, any place ; we must not fail [Wounds...
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The Dramatic Works of John Ford: With an Introduction, and Notes ..., Volume 2

John Ford - 1831 - 347 pages
...For I 'm in charity with all the world. Let me for once be thine example, Heaven ; Do to this man, as I him free forgive, And may he better die, and better live ! [Diet. Frank. Tis done: and I am in! once past our height, We scorn the deepest abyss. This follows...
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The lady's trial. The sun's darling. The witch of Edmonton. Fames memorial ...

John Ford - 1869
...fact, the devil did prompt him ;" and proposed the right punctuation in his note. D. Do to this man as I him free forgive, And may he better die and better...follows now, To heal her wounds by dressing of the weapon.18 Arms, thighs, hands, any place ; we must not fail [ Wounds himself. Light scratches, giving...
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Shakspere's Predecessors in the English Drama, Volume 4

John Addington Symonds - English drama - 1884 - 668 pages
...For I 'm in charity with all the world. Let me for once be thine example, Heaven ; Do to this man, as I him free forgive ; And may he better die, and better live ! Having completed this dastardly murder, Frank wounds his own body and contrives to tie himself to...
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The Academy, Volume 25

Books - 1884
...abyss." In "The Witch of Edmonton" the same thought is rendered thus (act III., so. ii.) : " Fi-ank. — 'Tis done, and I am in ! Once past our height, we scorn the deepest abyss." It is years since I read Byron's poem. I find it interesting now to know that ho probably...
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