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" I will (said I) at once my loue declare and tell: I loude you euer as my father well, No otherwise, if more to know you craue : We loue you chiefly for the goodes you haue. Thus much I said, the more their flattery to detect... "
The British Bibliographer - Page 128
by Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - 1814
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Mirror for magistrates: in five parts, Volume 1

William Baldwin, John Higgins, Joseph Haslewood, Richard Niccols - Great Britain - 1815
...For why lic wonted was to loue me wonders wel : How much dost thou (quoth he) Cordile thy father loue I wil (sayd I) at once my loue declare and tell :...lou'de the more of late then thy deserts require, Thou neucr shah, to any pan aspire Of this my realme, emong thy sisters twayne, But euer shalt vndotid ay...
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Mirror for magistrates: in five parts, Volume 1, Parts 1-2

William Baldwin, John Higgins, Richard Niccols - Great Britain - 1815
...For why he wonted was to loue me wonders wel : How much dost thou (quoth he) Cordile thy father loue I wil (sayd I) at once my loue declare and tell :...much I said, the more their flattery to detect But he rae aunswered therunto again with ire, Because thou dost thy fathers aged yeare neglect, That lou'de...
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Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare: Major Tragedies

Geoffrey Bullough - Literary Criticism - 1972 - 553 pages
...father well, No otherwise, if more to know you crave : We love you chiefly for the goodes2 you have. Thus much I said, the more their flattery to detect, But he me answered therunto again with Ire, Because thou dost thy fathers aged yeares neglect, That lovde the...
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A Routledge Literary Sourcebook on William Shakespeare's King Lear

Grace Ioppolo - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 192 pages
...father well, No otherwise, if more to know you crave: We love you chiefly for the goodes you have. Thus much I said, the more their flattery to detect, But he me answered therunto again with Ire, Because thou dost thy fathers aged yeares neglect, That lovde the...
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