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" Vertue alone beatifies the minde. Stil. Shee is not blinde. Speus. Shee cannot bee deceau'd. Stil. Shee doth despise noe man. Speus. Shee none forsakes. Stil. Shee is not angry. Speus. Doth not change. Stil. Nor rage. Speus. With comfort shee relieues... "
Timon, a play, now first pr. Ed. by A. Dyce - Page 68
by Timon (fict. name.) - 1842
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1842
...faithfull friende. A cursed furie ouerflowes my breast : I will consume this cittie into dust And ashes 1 where is fire ? Tysiphone, Bring here thy flames !...base. Tim. Your counsaile hath deseru'd these thanks. [TIMON beates them. Speus. Oh, oh 1 Oh ! dost thou buffet a philosopher ? Will a free cittie such a...
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Timon: A Play ; Now First Printed

Alexander Dyce - 1842 - 95 pages
...Then clothe thyselfe with vertue. Speus. Vertue alone beatifies the minde. Stil. Shee is not bh'nde. Speus. Shee cannot bee deceau'd. Stil. Shee doth despise...quailes Is poore and base. Tim. Your counsaile hath deseruM these thanks. Speus. Oh, oh i Oh ! dost thou buffet a philosopher ? Will a free cittie such...
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1842
...soule. Stil. Shees fairer euery day than other. Speus. The nearer, shee the fairer doth appeare. T5m. This grieues mee worse than all my pouerty. Hence,...base. Tim. Your counsaile hath deseru'd these thanks. Speus. Oh, oh! Oh ! dost thou buffet a philosopher? Will a free cittie such a deede allowe ? Stil....
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Shakespeare's Library: A Collection of the Plays, Romances ..., Part 2, Volume 2

1875
...Speus. With comfort shee relieues the grieued soule. Stil. Shees fairer euery day than other. Sp<-us. The nearer, shee the fairer doth appeare. Tim. This...Speus. Whose rage is moderate, that man is wise. Stil. He that is wise is rich. Speus. Whome fortune quailes Is poore and base. Tim. Your counsaile hath deseru'd...
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Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare

Geoffrey Bullough - Literary Criticism - 1966 - 578 pages
...other. SPEUS. The nearer shee the fairer doth appeare. TIM. This grieves mee worse than all my poverty. Hence, hence, yee varletts! STIL. The chiefest good...SPEUS. Whose rage is moderate, that man is wise. STIL. He that is wise is rich. SPEUS. Whome fortune quailes Is poore and base. TIM Your counsaile hath deserv'd...
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