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" England susteine : but if we should fight in trust of multitude of men, and so get the victorie (our minds being prone to pride) we should thervpon peraduenture ascribe the victorie not so much to the gift of God, as to our owne puissance, and thereby... "
Shakspere's Holinshed: the chronicle and the historical plays compared - Page 188
by Raphael Holinshed - 1896 - 532 pages
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...yourselves valiant. God and our just quarrel shall defend us, and deliver these, our proud adversaries, with all the multitude of them which you see (or,...at the least, the most of them), into our hands.''* This passage, which is found nearly word for word in £lmham,t produced a well-known speech from King...
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Commentaries on the Historical Plays of Shakspeare, Volume 1

Thomas Peregrine Courtenay - Historical drama, English - 1840 - 340 pages
...yourselves valiant. God and our just quarrel shall defend us, and deliver these, our proud adversaries, with all the multitude of them which you see (or, at the least, the most of them), into our hands.' "* This passage, which is found nearly word for word in Elmham,f produced a well-known speech from...
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New Shakspere Society - 1875
...offenses sakes we shall be deliuered into the hands of our enimies, the lesse number we be, the lesse damage shall the realme of England susteine : but...you see (or at the least the most of them) into our T1ands." * The passage italicized, which corresponds with — "If we are mark'd to die, we are enow...
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Shakspere plays, Volume 10

New Shakspere Society (London, England) - 1880
...deliuered into the hands of our enimies, the lesse number we be, the lesse damage shall the rcalme of England susteine : but if we should fight in trust...(or at the least the most of them) into our hands." a The passage italicized, which corresponds with— " If we are mark'd to die, we are enow To do our...
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The Life of Henry the Fift

William Shakespeare - 1880 - 180 pages
...displeasure against vs : and if the enimie get the vpper hand, then should our realme and countrie sufler more damage and stand in further danger. But be you...(or at the least the most of them) into our hands." 2 The passage italicized, which corresponds with — " If we are mark'd to die, we are enow To do our...
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The Life of King Henry the Fifth

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1890 - 192 pages
...stand in further danger. But be you of good comfort, and shew your selues valiant, God and our just quarrell shall defend vs, and deliuer these our proud...with all the multitude of them which you see (or at least the most of them) into our hands." On this Mr. Stone remarks, " The passage italicized, which...
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A Book of English Prose, Character and Incident 1387-1649

Charles Whibley - English prose literature - 1905 - 395 pages
...yourselves valiant, God and our just quarrel shall defend us, and deliver these our proud adversaries with all the multitude of them which you see (or at the least the most of them) into our hands.' Whilst the King was yet thus in speech, either army so maligned the other, being as then in open sight,...
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Shakespeare's Holinshed: The Chronicle and the Historical Plays Compared

Raphael Holinshed - 1896 - 532 pages
...puissance, and " thereby prouoke his high indignation and displeasure against vs : " and if the enimie got the vpper hand, then should our realme " and countrie...English leaders to their posts, he is 1 Livius, 16, 17. 4 Part of another speech of Henry to his " capteins and soldiers " — epitomized by Hoi. (553/2/32)...
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The Plays of Shakspeare, Volume 11

William Shakespeare - 1897
...further danger. But be you of good comfort, and shew your selues valiant, God and our iust quarrel! shall defend vs, and deliuer these our proud aduersaries...(or at the least the most of them) into our hands. Whilest the king was yet thus in epeeoh, either armie so maligned the other, being as then in open...
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The Life of Henry the Fifth

William Shakespeare - 1880 - 180 pages
...displeasure against vs : and if the enimie get the vpper hand, then should our realme and countrie sufler more damage and stand in further danger. But be you...(or at the least the most of them) into our hands." J The passage italicized, which corresponds with — " If we are mark'd to die, we are enow To do our...
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