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" I keepe my old coarse to palter up something in Prose using mine olde poesie still Omne tulit punctum, although latelye two Gentlemen Poets made two mad-men of Rome beate it out of their paper bucklers, and had it in derision for that I could not make... "
The poetical Decameron, or, Ten conversations on English poets and poetry ... - Page 183
by John Payne Collier - 1820
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Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, Volume 102

Languages, Modern - 1899
...poésie still, Omnetulit punctum, although latelye two Gentlemen Poets made two mad men of Home beale it out of their paper bucklers: and had it in derision,...that I could not make my verses iet vpon the stage in tragical! buskins, euerie wordr, filling the mouth, like the faburden of Bo-Bell, daring God out of...
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The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Robert Greene & George Peele: With ...

Robert Greene, Alexander Dyce, George Peele - English drama - 1861 - 624 pages
...to palter vp something in prose, vsing mine old poésie still, Omne tulit punctum, although latelye two gentlemen poets made two mad men of Rome beate...my verses iet vpon the stage in tragicall buskins, euerio worde filling the mouth like the faburden of Bo-Bell, daring God out of heauen with that Atheist...
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Shakespeare's Editors and Commentators

William Robson Arrowsmith - 1865 - 52 pages
...poesie still, Omne tulit punctum, although lately two gentlemen poets, made two madmen of Eome beat it out of their paper bucklers, and had it in derision, for that I could not make my verses jet upon the stage in tragical buskins, every word filling the mouth like the faburden of Bo-Bell,...
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Miscellaneous tracts, temp. Eliz. & Jac. i. [ed. by J.P. Collier

Miscellaneous tracts - 1588
...to palter up fome thing in profe, vfing mine old poefie ftill, Omne tulil punetum ; although latelye two Gentlemen Poets made two mad men of Rome beate it out of their paper bucklers ; and had it in derifion, for that I could not make my verfes iet vpon the ftage, in tragicall bufkins, euerie worde...
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The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Robert Greene and George Peele: With ...

Robert Greene - 1874 - 624 pages
...palter vp something in prose, vsing mine old poésie still, Опте tiilil punclitm, although latelyo two gentlemen poets made two mad men of Rome beate...derision, for that I could not make my verses iet vpoii tlie stage in tragicall buskins, eucrie wordc filling the mouth like the faburdon of Jio-liell,...
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Transactions, Volumes 3-4

New Shakspere Society (London, England) - 1875
...old posy still, omne tulit punctum : although lately two gentlemen poets made two madmen of Rome beat it out of their paper bucklers, and had it in derision, for that I could not make my verses jet upon the stage in tragical buskins, every word filling the mouth like the fa-burden of Bow-boll,...
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Robert Greene's Leben und Schriften: Eine historisch-kritische Studie

Wolfgang Bernhardi - 1874 - 50 pages
...mine old poesie still, Omne tulit punctum, although latelye two Gentlemen Poets made two men of Eome beate it out of their paper bucklers: and had it in derision, for that I could 'not in.-s.lcc my verses set upon the «tage in tragicall buskins, everie worde filling the mouth like the...
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Shakespeare Manual

Frederick Gard Fleay - English drama - 1876 - 312 pages
...old posy still, Omne tulit punctum; although lately two gentlemen-poets made two madmen of Rome beat it out of their paper bucklers, and had it in derision for that I could not make my verses fit upon the stage in tragical buskins, every word filling the mouth like the fa-burden of Bow-bell,...
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Papers on Shakespere

Robert Cartwright - 1877 - 45 pages
...poesie still, Omne tulit pwnctum, although lately two gentlemen poets, made two madmen of Eome beat it out of their paper bucklers, and had it in derision, for that I could not make my verses jet upon the stage in tragical buskins, every word filling the mouth like the faburden of Bo-Bell,...
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The Life and Complete Works in Prose and Verse of Robert Greene ...

Robert Greene - 1886
...to palter up some thing in Prose, using mine old poesie still, Omne tul1t punctum, although latelye two Gentlemen Poets, made two mad men of Rome beate...it in derision for that I could not make my verses jet upon the stage in tragicall buskins, everie worde filling the mouth like the faburden of Bo-Bell,...
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