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" Now, for as much as in these latter days, Throughout the whole world in every land, Vice doth increase, and virtue decays, Iniquity having the upper hand; We therefore intend, good gentle audience, A pretty short interlude to play at this present, Desiring... "
The marriag of Wit and Wisdom: an ancient interlude - Page ix
edited by - 1846 - 147 pages
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The marriage of wit and wisdom, an interlude. To which are added ...

Marriage - 1846
...play. More. Then there's no wit in it, I'll be sworn ; folly waits on wit, as the shadow on the body, and where wit is ripest there folly still is readiest....silence To show the same, as it is meet and expedient. Jt is called the Marriage of Wit and Wisdom, A matter right pithy and pleasant to hear, Whereof in...
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Five Anonymous Plays: Fourth Series : Comprising Appius and Virginia ; The ...

John Stephen Farmer - English drama - 1908 - 328 pages
...theme is very good, And may maintain a liberal argument. The trumpet sounds, and the prologue enters— We therefore intend, good gentle audience, A pretty...interlude to play at this present, Desiring your leave and cruiet silence To show the same, as it is meet and expedient. Jt is called the M0rri0ge of Wit and...
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Five anonymous plays

John Stephen Farmer - Drama - 1575 - 328 pages
...is very good, And may maintain a liberal argument. The trumpet sounds, and the prologue enters — We therefore intend, good gentle audience, A pretty...silence To show the same, as it is meet and expedient. // is called the Marriage of Wit and Wisdom, A matter right pithy and pleasant to hear, Whereof in...
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Sir Thomas More EasyRead Comfort Edition

William Shakespeare - Drama - 2006 - 228 pages
...mine, but that it is too thin. Silence, they come. [The trumpet sounds; enter the Prologue.] PROLOGUE. Now, for as much as in these latter days, Throughout...this present, Desiring your leave and quiet silence, A matter right pithy and pleasing to hear, Whereof in brief we will show the whole sum; But I must...
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Sir Thomas More EasyRead Edition

William Shakespeare - Drama - 2006 - 204 pages
...mine, but that it is too thin. Silence, they come. [The trumpet sounds; enter the Prologue.] PROLOGUE. Throughout the whole world in every land, Vice doth...your leave and quiet silence, To show the same, as is meet and expedient, It is called The Marriage of Wit and Wisdom, A matter right pithy and pleasing...
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Sir Thomas More

William Shakespeare - Drama - 2006 - 292 pages
...mine, but that it is too thin. Silence, they come. [The trumpet sounds; enter the Prologue.] PROLOGUE. Now, for as much as in these latter days, Throughout...A pretty short interlude to play at this present, To show the same, as is meet and expedient, It is called The Marriage of Wit and Wisdom, A matter right...
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Sir Thomas More Easyread

William Shakespeare - Drama - 2007 - 308 pages
...come. [The trumpet sounds; enter the Prologue.] PROLOGUE. Now, for as much as in these latter days, Vice doth increase, and virtue decays, Iniquity having...your leave and quiet silence, To show the same, as is meet and expedient, It is called The Marriage of Wit and Wisdom, A matter right pithy and pleasing...
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