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" Filled with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare assure you, And pawn these eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in Heaven ; and, pretty mistress, If your illustrious hour-glass spend his sand No worse than yet it does, upon my life, You and I both... "
The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker: Now First Collected with Illustrative ... - Page 27
by Thomas Dekker - 1622
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 12

1808
...never Know who my mother was ; but by yon palace, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare aflure you, And pawn thefe eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in heaven, ' &c. I. p. 32. After the death of Dorothea, who is tortured and beheaded on the stage, Theophilus,...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: In Four Volumes

Philip Massinger - English drama - 1805
...was ; but, by yon palace, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare assure you, And pawn these eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in heaven : and, pretty mistress, If your illustrious hourglass spend his sand No worse than yet it does, upon my life, You...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 27

1806
...never Know who my mother was ; but by yon palace, Kill'dwjth bright heavenly courtiers, I dare allure you And pawn thefe eyes upon it, and this hand, My...heaven : and, pretty miftrefs, If your illuftrious hourglafs fpend his find No worfc than yet it docs, upon my life, You and I both fliall met my father...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 27

English literature - 1806
...was ; but by yon palac?, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare allure vow And pawn tlu-fe. eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in heaven : and, pretty miftrefs, If your illuftrious honrglafs fpend his find No worfe than yet it does, upon my life, You and I both fliall meet my father...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 27

English literature - 1806
...never Know who my mother was ; but by yon palace, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, 1 dare aflure you And pawn thefe eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in heaven : and, pretty miflrefs, Jf your Hluftrious hourglafs fpend his find No worfe than yet it docs, upon my life, You...
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Plays: Advertisement to the second edition. Introduction; Essay on the ...

Philip Massinger - 1813
...mother was; but, by yon palace, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare assure you, And pawn these eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in heaven : and, pretty mistress, If your illustrious hourglass spend his sand, No worse than yet it does ; upon my life, You...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger,: Advertisement to the second edition ...

Philip Massinger - 1813 - 347 pages
...was ; but, by yon palace, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare assure you, And pawn these eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in heaven : and, pretty mistress, If your illustrious hourglass spend his sand No worse than yet it does, upon my life, You...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: Adapted for Family Reading, and the ..., Volume 1

Philip Massinger - 1830
...was ; but, by yon palace, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare assure you, And pawn these eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in heaven : and, pretty mistress, If your illustrious hour-glass spend his sand, No worse than yet it does; upon my life, You...
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Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men of Great Britain, Volume 2

1837
...was ; but, by yon palace, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare assure you, And pawn these eyes upon it, and this hand, My father is in heaven : and, pretty mistress, If your illustrious hourglass spend his sand No worse than yet it does, upon my life, You...
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The Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford

Philip Massinger - 1840 - 450 pages
...was ; but, by yon palace, Fill'd with bright heavenly courtiers, I dare assure you, And pawn these doctrine : We stand bound to maintain it. Charal. Be constant in mistress, If your illustrious hourglass spend his sand, No worse than yet it does ; upon my life, You...
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