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" Both well and ill; it makes me glad and sad: Glad, that I know the hinderer of my love; Sad, that I fear she hates me whom I love. Glad, that I know on whom to be reveng'd; Sad, that she'll fly me, if I take revenge. "
A Select Collection of Old Plays: George A. Green, the pinner of Wakefield - Page 144
by Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed - 1780
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The Spanish tragedy [by Thomas Kyd] The love of King David and fair Bethsabe ...

Thomas Hawkins - English drama - 1773
...cuftom is, Left abfence make her think thou doft amifs. [Exit Fed. Why fo : tarn armis, quam ingenia : Where words prevail not, violence prevails ; But gold...glad and fad : . . • Glad, that I know the hinderer of my love ; Sad, that I fear fhe hates me whom I love ; Glad, that I know on whom to be reveng'd ;...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...as thy custom is, Lest absence make her think thou dost amiss. [Exit PED. Why so : tarn armis, guam ingenio : Where words prevail not, violence prevails;...doth more than either of them both. How likes prince Balthezar 9° this stratagem ? /;••/. Both well and ill : it makes me glad and sad : Glad, that...
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A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 5

William Carew Hazlitt - English drama - 1874 - 6652 pages
...her, as thy custom is, Lest absence make her think thou dost amiss. [Exit FED. Why so : tarn armis, quam ingenio : Where words prevail not, violence prevails...either of them both. How likes Prince Balthazar this l stratagem ? BALTHAZAR. Both well and ill ; it makes me glad and sad : Glad, that I know the hinderer...
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A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 5

William Carew Hazlitt - English drama - 1874 - 6652 pages
...as thy custom is, Lest absence make her think thou dost amiss. [Exit FED. Why so : tarn armis, qitam ingenio : Where words prevail not, violence prevails...either of them both. How likes Prince Balthazar this l stratagem 1 BALTHAZAR. Both well and ill ; it makes me glad and sad : Glad, that I know the hinderer...
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Machiavelli and the Elizabethan Drama

Edward Stockton Meyer - English drama - 1897 - 180 pages
...is certainly the fore-runner, though at a great distance, of Barabas and Richard III. His lines: — "Where words prevail not, violence prevails; But gold doth more than either of them both." ibid. II. ') R. Fischer: "Zur Kunstentwickelung der Eng. Trag." p. 50. 2) Cf. Duchess of Newcastle...
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MacHiavelli and the Elizabethan Drama

Edward Meyer - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 192 pages
...is certainly the fore-runner, though at a great distance, of Barabas and Richard III. His lines: — "Where words prevail not, violence prevails; But gold doth more than either of them both." ibid. II. ') R. Fischer: "Zur Kunstentwickelung der Eng. Trag." p. 50. ğj Cf. Duchess of Newcastle...
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Machiavelli and the Elizabethan drama

Edward Stockton Meyer - English drama - 1897 - 180 pages
...certainly the fore-runner, though at a great distance, of Barabas and Kichard III. His lines: — ~\Yhere words prevail not, violence prevails; But gold doth more than either of them both." ibid. II. ') K. Fischer: "Zur Kunstentwickelung der Eng. Trag." p. 50. *) Cf. Duchess of Newcastle...
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Specimens of the Pre-Shaksperean Drama, Volume 2

English drama - 1897 - 1208 pages
...PEDR1NC.ANO. Why, so, Tarn armis quant ingenio : Where words preuaile not, violence preuailes. But golde doth more than either of them both. How likes Prince Balthazar this stratageme? no BAL. Both well and ill ; it makes me glad and sad : Glad, that I know the hinderer of...
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The Spanish Tragedy: A Play

Thomas Kyd - English drama - 1898 - 146 pages
...[Exit Pedringano. Why so : tain armis quant ingenio : Where words prevail not, violence prevails ; 1 10 But gold doth more than either of them both. How likes Prince Balthazar this stratagem ? Bal. Both well and ill ; it makes me glad and sad : Glad, that I know the hind'rer of my...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - English drama - 1911 - 878 pages
...custom is. iğ Lest absence make her think thou dost amiss. Erit PEDRINOANO. Why so : tarn armis guara ingenio : Where words prevail not, violence prevails...either of them both. How likes Prince Balthazar this stratagem ?no Hal. Both well and ill ; it makes me glad and sad : Glad, that I know the hinderer of...
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