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" Is't not your high preferment ? go, go, brag How many ladies you have undone like me. Fare you well, sir; let me hear no more of you ! I had a limb corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it off; and now I'll go Weeping to heaven on crutches. For your... "
The Ancient British Drama ... - Page 30
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1830
...brag How many ladies you have undone like me. Fare you well, sir; let me hear no more of you ! I had a limb corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it off;...myself Into a grave as quickly ! for all thou art worth 111 not shed one tear more — I'll burst first. [She throws herself upon a bed. BRACK. I have drunk...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volume 2

John Webster - 1857
...rL^How many ladies yon have undone like me. jFare yon weBpsirr -terme heaFno more of yon ! I had a limb corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it off;...them all, and I do wish That I could make you full eiecutor To all my sins. О that I could toss myself Into a grave as quickly ! for all thou art worth...
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The Works of John Webster

Rev. Alexander Dyce - 1857
...brag How many ladies you have undone like me. Fare you well, sir; let me hear no more of you : I had a limb corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it off;...go Weeping to heaven on crutches. For your gifts, 1I will return them all; and I do wish I That I could make you full executor To all my sins. 0, that...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...well, sir; let me hear no more of you : I had a limb corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it oif ; and now I'll go Weeping to heaven on crutches. For...That I could make you full executor To all my sins. 0, that I could toss myself Into a grave as quickly ! for all thou art worth ГЦ not shed one tear...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1877 - 383 pages
...brag How many ladies you have undone like me. Fare you well, sir; let me hear no more of you : I had a limb corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it off;...now I'll go Weeping to heaven on crutches. For your gifte, I will return them all ; and I do wiah That I could make you full executor To all my sins. 0,...
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Scenes from the life of the first Benedictines [dramatic sketches, in verse ...

Anna J. Terrot - 1877
...altho' In form uglier than an unshaped bear.) And then I fled by night, and I came here, With my poor limb corrupted to an ulcer ; But I have cut it off;* and now I'll go "Weeping to Heaven on crutches. DUNSTAN — What made you make your mind up to come here ? CLAUDE — A dream determined me. I dreamed...
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Webster & Tourneur

John Webster, Cyril Tourneur - English drama - 1888 - 432 pages
...brag How many ladies you have undone like me. Fare you well, sir ; let me hear no more of you: I had a limb corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it off;...quickly ! for all thou art worth I'll not shed one tear more,—I'll burst first. [She throws herself upon a bed. Brach. I have drunk Lethe.—Vittoria 1 My...
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Webster & Tourneur

John Webster, Cyril Tourneur - English drama - 1888 - 432 pages
...How many ladies you have undone like me. Fare you well, sir ; let me hear no more of you : I had a limb corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it off;...O, that I could toss myself Into a grave as quickly I for all thou art worth I'll not shed one tear more, — I'll burst first. [She throws herself upon...
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The white devil and the Duchess of Malfy

John Webster - 1904 - 422 pages
...following 'some copies' of A. A (BM) ashen. k eeping to heaven on crutches. For your giftes, I will returne them all ; and I do wish That I could make you full executor To all my sinnes : O that I could tosse my selfe Into a grave as quickly ! for all thou art worth 55 He not shed...
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The white devil and the Duchess of Malfy

John Webster - 1904 - 422 pages
...many ladies you have undone like mee. Fare you well, sir; let me heare no more of you. I had a limbe corrupted to an ulcer, But I have cut it off: and now Pie go 50 35 /or ten. BCD, for the; Dyce, for two, following 'some copies' of A. A (BM) as here. SCENE...
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