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" Of dread, of justyce, power and comaund. Hath bid him rule, and willd you to obay ; And, to add ampler maiestie to this, He hath not only lent the king his figure, His throne and sword, but gyuen him his owne name. Calls him a god on earth. "
Shakespeare's Handwriting: A Study - Page 35
by Sir Edward Maunde Thompson, Sir Thomas More (Saint) - 1916 - 63 pages
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Sir Thomas More: A Play, Now First Printed

Anthony Munday - Sir Thomas More (Drama). - 1844 - 102 pages
...obay ; And, to add ampler maiestie to this, He hath not only lent the king his figure, His throne and sword, but gyven him his owne name, Calls him a god...then, Rysing gainst him that God himsealf enstalls, But ryse gainst God ? what do you to your sowles In doing this ? 0, desperat as you are, Wash your...
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Publications, Volume 23

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1844
...ampler maiestie to this, He hath not only lent the king his figure, His throne and sword, but gyveu him his owne name, Calls him a god on earth. What...then, Rysing gainst him that God himsealf enstalls, But ryse gainst God ? what do you to your sowles In doing this \ O, desperat as you are, Wash your...
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The Shakespeare Apocrypha: Being a Collection of Fourteen Plays which Have ...

Tucker Brooke - Drama - 1908 - 455 pages
...ampler maiestie to this, 1 25 He hath not only lent the king his figure, His throne and sword, but gyuen him his owne name, Calls him a god on earth. What...then, Rysing gainst him that God himsealf enstalls, ButrysegainstGod? whatdoyouto yoursowles In doing this? 0, desperat as you are, 31 Wash your foule...
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The Shakespeare Apocrypha: Being a Collection of Fourteen Plays which Have ...

Tucker Brooke - 1908 - 455 pages
...maiestie to this, MJ He hath not only lent the king his figure, His throne and sword, but gyuen him ha owne name, Calls him a god on earth. What do you, then. Rysing gainst him that God himsealf enstolls. ButrysegainstGod? whatdoyouto yoursowls In doing this? 0, desperat as you are, 13: Wash your...
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Shakespeare Survey, Volume 2

Allardyce Nicoll - Drama - 2002 - 192 pages
The first fifty volumes of this yearbook of Shakespeare studies are being reissued in paperback.
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Think On My Words: Exploring Shakespeare's Language

David Crystal - Literary Criticism - 2008
...to add ampler ma(ies)tie to this he [god] hath not [le] only lent the king his figure his throne [z] (&) sword, but gyven him his owne name calls him a...then rysing gainst him that god himsealf enstalls 10 but ryse gainst god, what do you to yor sowles in doing this o desperat [ar] as you are. wash your...
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