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" I expect No less than what severity calls justice, And politicians safety; let such beg As feed on alms, but if there can be mercy In a protested enemy, then may it Descend to these poor creatures, whose engagements, To th... "
John Ford - Page 458
by John Ford - 1888 - 471 pages
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Dramatic scenes and characters

William James Linton, Richard Henry Stoddard - English poetry - 1884
...Descend to these poor creatures, whose engagements To the bettering of their fortunes have incurr'd A loss of all : to them if any charity Flow from some noble orator, in death King H. So brave ? What a bold knave is this ! . . • We trifle time with follies. Urswick ! command...
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Famous Elizabethan Plays: Expurgated and Adapted for Modern Readers

Henry Macaulay Fitzgibbon - English drama - 1890 - 558 pages
...Descend to these poor creatures, whose engagements, To th' bettering of their fortunes, have incurr'd A loss of all ; to them, if any charity Flow from...This wise formality : Kneel to the king, ye rascals ! \TJiey kneel. K. Hen. Canst thou hope A pardon, where thy guilt is so apparent ? J. a- Wat. Under...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets who Lived about the Time of ..., Volume 2

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1893
...Descend to these poor creatures, * whose engagements To the bettering of their fortunes, have inourr'd A loss of all : to them, if any charity Flow from...noble orator, in death I owe the fee of thankfulness. King H. So brave ? What a bold knave is this ! We trifle time with follies. 9 Urswick, commend the...
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Love's sacrifice. Perkin Warbeck. The fancies chaste and noble

John Ford - 1895
...whose engagements, To. th.'. bettering of their fortunes, have incurr'd A_loss.-oŁ .all ; to-them if any charity Flow from some noble orator, in death...wise formality. — • Kneel to the king, ye rascals ! [Tliey kneel. K. Hen. Canst thou hope A pardon, where thy guilt is so apparent ? J. a- Wat. Under...
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First part of King Henry VI, by Shakespeare (?) Second part of King Henry VI ...

Thomas Donovan - English drama - 1896
...let him range : The player's on the stage still, 'tis his part ; He does but act. — What followed ? Where, at an instant, to the world's amazement, A...thou hope A pardon, where thy guilt is so apparent ? parts, the one side prevailing, the other side must go down : herein the point is clear, if the proverb...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 15

Charles Dudley Warner - Literature - 1896
...and now appear In your own nature; or you'll taste the danger Of fooling out of season. Warbeck — I expect No less than what severity calls justice,...noble orator; in death I owe the fee of thankfulness. King Henry — So brave ? What a bold knave is this! We trifle time with follies. Urswick, command...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern, Volume 10

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, George Henry Warner, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, Edward Cornelius Towne - Anthologies - 1897
...and now appear In your own nature; or you'll taste the danger Of fooling out of season. Warbeck — I expect No less than what severity calls justice,...noble orator; in death I owe the fee of thankfulness. King Henry — So brave ? What a bold knave is this! We trifle time with follies. Urswick, command...
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Works: Specimens of English dramatic poets

Charles Lamb - 1903
...Descend to these poor creatures,1 whose engagements, To th' bettering of their fortunes, have incurr'd A loss of all ; to them, if any charity Flow from...noble orator, in death, I owe the fee of thankfulness. King H. So brave ! What a bold knave is this ! We trifle time with follies. Urswick, command the dukeling...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1903
...Descend to these poor creatures,1 whose engagements, To th' bettering of their fortunes, have incurr'd A loss of all ; to them, if any charity Flow from...noble orator, in death, I owe the fee of thankfulness. King H. So brave ! What a bold knave is this ! We trifle time with follies. Urswick, command the dukeling...
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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb: Dramatic specimens and the Garrick plays

Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb - 1904
...poor creatures,1 whose engagements 1 His followers. To the bettering of their fortunes, have incurr'd A loss of all : to them if any charity Flow from some...noble orator, in death I owe the fee of thankfulness. King H. So brave ? What a bold knave is this ! l We trifle time with follies. Urswick, command the...
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