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" We are beholding unto such beholders. The time was, lords, when you did flock amain To see her crown'd, but now to kill my Jane. The world like to a sickle bends itself : Men run their course of lives as in a maze : Our office is to die, yours but to... "
The Works of John Webster - Page 313
by John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1830
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 2

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - English drama - 1830
...prisoners. LIEUT. My lord, I will ; Here lies young Guildford, here the Lady Jane. NORF. Conduct them forth. Enter GUILDFORD and JANE. GUILD. Good morrow once...die, yours but to gaze. JANE. Patience, my Guildford. But who shall answer for thy death ? This know, An innocent to die, what is it less But to add angels...
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 2

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1830
...I : we had need to pray, For see, the ministers of death draw near. JANE. To a prepared mind deatli is a pleasure : I long in soul till I have spent my...die, yours but to gaze. JANE. Patience, my Guildford. But who shall answer for thy death ? This know, An innocent to die, what is it less But to add angels...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster - 1857
...come to do our office. Guild. So do we; Our office is to die, yours to look on: We are beholding 1 unto such beholders. The time was, lords, when you...in a maze: Our office is to die, yours but to gaze. Jai1e. Patience, my Guildford. Guild. Patience, my lovely Jane ! Patience has blanch'd thy soul as...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster - Drama - 1857 - 4 pages
...come to do our office. Guild. So do we ; Our office is to die, yours to look on : We are beholding1 unto such beholders. The time was, lords, when you...to a sickle bends itself: Men run their course of lures as in a maze : Our office is to die, yours but to gaze. Jane. Patience, my Guildford. Guild....
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...do our office. Guild. So do we ; Our office ia to die, yours to look on : We are beholding unto euch beholders. The time was, lords, when you did flock...gaze. Jane. Patience, my Guildford. Guild. Patience, шу lovely Jane ! Patience has blanch'd thy soul as white as snow ; But who shall answer for thy death!...
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The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker: North-vvard hoe, by Thomas Decker and ...

Thomas Dekker - 1873
...but now to kill my lane, The world like to a fickell, bends it felfe, Men runne their courfe of Hues as in a maze, Our office is to die, yours but to gaze. lane. Patience my Guilford. heather, An innocent to die, what is it leffe, But to adde Angels to heauens...
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Queen Mary: Two Old Plays

Thomas Dekker, John Webster, Thomas Heywood - 1876 - 140 pages
...We come to do our office. Guild. So do we ; Our office is to die, yours to look on : We are beholden unto such beholders. The time was, lords, when you did flock amain 1 AjVj»*-', To see her crown'd, but now to kill my Jane. t — Thg_werid like to a sickle bends itself:...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1877 - 383 pages
...such beholders. The time was, lords, when you did dock amain To see her crown'd ; but now to kill шу Jane. The world like to a sickle bends itself: Men run their course of lives аз in a maze : Our office is to die, your* but to gaze. Jane. Patience, my Quildford. ijnihl. Patience,...
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The Dramatic Works of John Webster: The famous history of Sir Thomas Wyat ...

John Webster - English drama - 1897
...come to do our office. Guild. So do we ; Our office is to die, yours to look on : We are beholding1 unto such beholders. The time was, lords, when you...white as snow, But who shall answer for thy death 1 This know, An innocent to die, what is it less But to add angels to heaven's happiness 1 The guilty...
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