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" ARE. Of love to me ! alas, thy ignorance Lets thee not see the crosses of our births ! Nature, that loves not to be questioned Why she did this or that, but has her ends, And knows she does well, never gave the world Two things so opposite, so contrary,... "
The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare - Page 543
edited by - 1911 - 878 pages
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The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Volume 1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1750
...or that, but has her Ends, And knows fhe does well, never gave the World Two things fo oppofite, fo contrary, As He, and I am: If a Bowl of Blood, Drawn from this Arm of mine, would poifon thee, A Draught of his would cure thee. Of Love to me ? Lady. Madam, I think, I hear him. Are....
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Bell's British theatre, Volume 18

John Bell - 1797
...Lets thee not see the crosses of our births. Nature, that loves not to be question'd why She did or this, or that, but has her ends, And knows she does...Two things so opposite, so contrary, As he and I am. Lady. Madam, I think. I hear him. Are. Bring him in. [Exit Lady. You gods, that would not have your...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...thy ignorance Lets thee not see the crosses of our births. Nature, that loves not to be questioned Why she did this, or that, but has her ends, And knows...of blood, Drawn from this arm of mine, would poison ther. A draught of his would cure thee. Of love to me ? Lady. Madam, I think I hear him. Are. Bring...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...Nature, that loves not to be questioned Why she did this, or that, but has her ends, And knows she docs well, never gave the world Two things so opposite,...of blood, Drawn from this arm of mine, would poison thff . A draught of his would cure thee. Of love to me ? Lady. Madam, I think I hear him. Are. Bring...
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...thy ignorance Lets theč not see the crosses of our births.Nature, that loves not to be questioned Why she did this, or that, but has her ends, And knows she does well, never gave the world Two tilings so opposite, so contrary, As he and I am : If a bowl of blood, Drawn from this arm of mine,...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1808
...pains which want ;iinl divorcement lialli. Natural Antipathic*. Nature that loves not to be questioned Why she did this, or that, but has her ends, And knows...gave the world Two things so opposite, so contrary, I conjure tbee ; and all the oaths, which I And thou have sworn to seal joint constancy, I here unswear,...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1811
...thy ignorance Lets thee not see the crosses of our births. Nature, that loves not to be questioned "Why she did this, or that, but has her ends, And...Lady. Madam, I think I hear him. Are. .Bring him in. — Ye gods that would not have your dooms withstood, Whose holy wisdoms at this time it is, To make...
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The Dramatic Works of Beaumont and Fletcher: Printed from the Text, and with ...

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - Drama - 1811
...thy ignorance Lets tlice not see the crosses of our births. Nature, that loves not to be questioned Why she did this, or that, but has her ends, 'And...so contrary, As he and I am : If a bowl of blood, [thee. Drawn from this arm of mine, would poison A draught of his would cure thee. Of love to me? Lady....
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher, Volume 2

Ben Jonson, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1811
...thy ignorance Lets thee not sec the crosses of our births. Nature, that loves not to be questioned Why she did this, or that, but has her ends, And knows...the world Two things so opposite, so contrary, As he andl am: If a bowl of blood, [thee, Drawn from this arm of mine, would poison A draught of his would...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...thy ignorance Lets thee not see the crosses of our births. Nature, that loves not to be questioned Why she did this, or that, but has her ends, And knows...the world Two things so opposite, so contrary, As be and I am : If a bowl of blood, Drawn from this arm of mine, would poison thee, A draught of his...
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