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" I beseech your Grace let mee live a poore Clothier among my people, in whose maintenance I take more felicity, than in all the vaine titles of Gentillity: for these are the labouring Ants whom I seeke to defend, and these be the Bees which I keepe: who... "
The history of John Winchcomb ... - Page 69
by Thomas Deloney - 1859 - 125 pages
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Praise and Paradox: Merchants and Craftsmen in Elizabethan Popular Literature

Laura Caroline Stevenson - Drama - 2002 - 268 pages
...whom I seek to defend, and these be the Bees which I keep: who labour in this life, not for ourselves, but for the glory of God, and to do service to our dread Sovereign'. Henry presses the honour on Jack, but Jack is firm. Honour, he says, makes men forget their...
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Elizabethan Popular Culture

Leonard R. N. Ashley - History - 1988 - 316 pages
...whom I seek to defend, and these be the bees which I keep: who labour in this life, nor for ourselves, but for the glory of God, and to do service to our dread sovereign." "Thy knighthood need be no hindrance of thy faculty," quoth the King. "O my dread sovereign,"...
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'Counterfeiting' Shakespeare: Evidence, Authorship and John Ford's Funerall ...

Brian Vickers - Literary Criticism - 2002
'Counterfeiting' Shakespeare addresses the fundamental issue of what Shakespeare actually wrote, and how this is determined. In recent years his authorship has been claimed for ...
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