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" I might ! but heavens and earth conspire To make me miserable ! Here receive my crown ; Receive it ? no, these innocent hands of mine Shall not be guilty of so foul a crime. "
A Select Collection of Old Plays: In Twelve Volumes - Page 384
edited by - 1825
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...is willing to resign. Win. If he be not, let him choose. Edw. O would I might ! but heaven and earl! conspire To make me miserable ! here, receive my crown...of you all, that most desires my blood, And will be called the murderer of a king, Take it What, are you moved ? pity you me ? Then 9«nd for unrelenting...
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The ancient British drama ...

Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...Edai. О would I might ! but heaven and earth conspire To make me miserable ! here, receive my crown Y Receive it ! no, these innocent hands of mine Shall...of you all, that most desires my blood, And will be called the murderer of a king, Take it. What, are you moved? pity you me ? Then send for unrelenting...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1813
...power to speak. Leic. My .lord, the king is willing to resign. Bish. If he be not, let him choose. Edw. O would I might ! but heav'n and earth conspire To...hands of mine Shall not be guilty of so foul a crime. •i He of you all that most desires my blood, And will be call'd the murtherer of a king, Take it....
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 2

Literary Criticism - 1818
...you resign or no ? Edit. I'll not resign — but whilst I live be King. O would I might ! but Heaven and Earth conspire To make me miserable : here, receive...of you all that most desires my blood, And will be called the Murtherer of a King, Take it. What, are you moved ? pity you me? Then send for unrelenting...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 2

Labor unions - 1818
...you resign or no ? Edy. I'll not resign — but whilst I live be King. . O would I might ! but Heaven and Earth conspire To make me miserable : here, receive...of you all that most desires my blood, And will be called the Murtherer of a King, Take it. What, are you moved ? pity you me? Then send for unrelenting...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1821
...power to speak. Leic. My lord, the king is willing to resign. Bisk. If he be not, let him choose. Edw. O would I might! but heav'n and earth conspire To...that most desires my blood, And will be call'd the murlherer of a king, Take it. What, are you mov'd ? pity you me?. Then send for unrelenting Mortimer,...
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Volume 2

Christopher Marlowe - Drama - 1826
...to speak. LEICES. My lord, the king is willing to resign. WINCH. If he be not, let him choose. EDW. O would I might! but heav'n and earth conspire To...that most desires my blood, And will be call'd the murthererof a king, Take it. What, are you mov'd ? pity you me ? Then send for unrelenting Mortimer,...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 46

History - 1832
...willing to resign. WINCHESTER. — If he be not, let him choose. EDWARD. — O would I might ! but heaven and earth conspire To make me miserable ! Here, receive...of you all that most desires my blood, And will be called the murtherer of a king, Take it. What, are you mov'd ? pity you me ? Then send for unrelenting...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 46

1832
...willing to resign. WINCHESTER. — If he be not, let him choose. EDWARD. — O would I might ! but heaven and earth conspire To make me miserable ! Here, receive...of you all that most desires my blood, And will be called the murtherer of a king, Take it. What, are you mov'd ? pity you me ? Then send for unrelenting...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets: who lived about the time of ..., Volume 1

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1835
...speak. Leic. My lord, the king is willing to resign. li'i-ii. If he be not, let him choose. /."•''..-. O would I might ! but heav'n and earth conspire To...of you all that most desires my blood, And will be called the murtherer of a king, Take it. What, are you mov'd ? pity you me ? Then send for unrelenting...
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