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" To liue but poorely, let him bee content. Tim. What man is hee can wayle the losse of wealthe, Guarded with such a friendly company ? Ill thriue my gold, it shall not wring one teare From these mine eies, nor one sigh from my hearte : My friends sticke... "
Timon, a play, now first pr. Ed. by A. Dyce - Page 71
by Timon (fict. name.) - 1842
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Timon: A Play ; Now First Printed

Alexander Dyce - 1842 - 95 pages
...SCEN. 5". TIMOM, LACHES, OBBA, PHILARGURUS, GELASIMUS, PSEUDOCHEUS, DEMEAS, EuTRAPELUS : HERMOGENES, STILPO, SPEUSIPPUS come awhile after. Tim. Furnish...iniury ? Now enter HERM., STIL., SPEUS., and drawe backs. Lach. Putte of fonde feare ; why draw yee backe your feete? Herm. I feare my heade. Tim. Much...
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1842
...LACHES, OBBA, PHILARGURUS, GELASIMUS, PSEUDOCHEUS, DEMEAS, EUTIIAFEHTS : HEKMOGENES, STILPO, SPECJSIPPUS come awhile after. Tim. Furnish the table, sette on...Hath hee soe soone forgotte an iniury ? Now enter HEKM., STIL., SPEUS., and drawe backe. Lach. Putte of fonde feare ; why draw yee backe your feete ?...
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1842
...Phil. Thou wisely dost; it is too late to spare When all is spent; whom the gods woulde haue To Hue but poorely, let him bee content. Tim. What man is...this morning: Hath hee soe soone forgotte an iniury ? Jfow enter HERM., STIL., SPEUS., and draws backe. Lach. Putte of fonde feare; why draw yee backe...
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Shakespeare's Library: A Collection of the Plays, Romances ..., Part 2, Volume 2

1875
...Phil. Thou wisely dost ; it is too late to spare When all is spent ; whom the gods woulde haue To Hue but poorely, let him bee content. Tim. What man is...Putte of fonde feare ; why draw yee backe your feete ? Her. I feare my heade. Tim. Much hayle, Hermogenes, Saue yee, philosophers. Speus. Saue yee,...
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The Life of Timon of Athens, Volume 36

William Shakespeare - Timon of Athens (Legendary character) - 1919 - 141 pages
...Phil. Thou wisely dost ; it is too late to spare When all is spent; whom the gods woulde haue To Hue but poorely, let him bee content. Tim. What man is...this morning : Hath hee soe soone forgotte an iniury? passages traceable to Lucian which cannot as readily be ascribed to the old play or another source...
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The Life of Timon of Athens, Volume 36

William Shakespeare - Timon of Athens (Legendary character) - 1919 - 141 pages
...content. Tim. What man is hee can wayle the losse of wealthe, Guarded with such a friendly company? Hl thriue my gold, it shall not wring one teare From...this morning: Hath hee soe soone forgotte an iniury? ******* passages traceable to Lucian which cannot as readily be ascribed to the old play or another...
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Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus, Troilus and ...

Geoffrey Bullough - Literary Criticism - 1966 - 578 pages
...TIM. What man is hee can wayle the losse of wealthe, Guarded with such a friendly company? Hl thrive my gold, it shall not wring one teare From these mine...him not this morning. Hath hee soe soone forgotte an injury? Now enter Herm., Stil., Speu., and drawe backe. LACHE. Putte of fonde feare; why draw yee backe...
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