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" I'll damn * my soul for no man, no, for no man. Who at doomsday must answer for my sin ? Not you, nor you, my lords. Who nam'd Queen Jane, in noble Henry's days, Which of you all durst once displace his issue ? My lords, my lords, you whet your knives... "
The Works of John Webster - Page 254
by John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1830
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The Works of John Webster

Rev. Alexander Dyce - 1857
...Enter Northumberland, &c.] Scene. A room in the palace at Greenwich.. t life's] The old copies " life." North. Will you not subscribe Your hand with other...sharp To carve your meat, that they will cut your The strength is weakness that you build upon. The king is sick,—God mend him, ay, God mend him!—...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster - 1857
...your hand With other of the lords—not with me, That in my hands surprise 2 the sovereignty ? Wyat. I'll damn my soul for no man, no, for no man. Who...days ? Which of you all durst once displace his issue ? 1 ie Make to descend. My lords, my lords, you whet your knives so sharp To carve your meat, That...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, ed. by W. Hazlitt

John Webster - 1857
...your hand With other of the lords—not with me, That in my hands surprise 2 the sovereignty ? Wyat. I'll damn my soul for no man, no, for no man. Who...days ? Which of you all durst once displace his issue ? 1 ie Make to descend. My lords, my lords, you whet your knives so sharp To carve your meat, That...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...other of the lords 1 Not with me, That in my hands surprise * the sovereignty 1 Wyatt. I'll damn t my soul for no man, no, for no man. Who at doomsday must answer for my sin ? Jfot you, nor you, my lords. \Vho nam'd Queen Jane in noble Henry's days ? Which of you all durst...
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Queen Mary, two old plays [The famous history of sir Thomas Wyat] by Decker ...

Thomas Dekker, Thomas Heywood, John Webster - 1876
...sovereignty ? Wyat. I'll damn my soul for no man, no, for no Not you, nor you, my lords. Who nara'd Queen Jane, in noble Henry's days ? Which of you all...strength is weakness that you build upon. The king is sick,—God mend him, ay, God mend him!— But were his soul from his pale body free, Adieu, my lords,...
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Queen Mary: Two Old Plays

Thomas Dekker, John Webster, Thomas Heywood - 1876 - 140 pages
...your hand With other of the lordes — not with me, That in my hands surprise the sovereignty ? Wyat. I'll damn my soul for no man, no, for no man. Who at doomsday must answer for my sin ? SC. I.] Sir Thomas Wyat. 5 Not you, nor you, my lords. Who nam'd Queen Jane, in noble Henry's days...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1877 - 383 pages
...other of the lords ! Not with me, That in my hands surprise * the sovereignty ? Wyatt. I'll damn t my soul for no man, no, for no man. Who at doomsday...days ? Which of you all durst once displace his issue 1 My lords, my lords, you whet your knives so sharp To carve your meat, that they will cut your fingers...
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John Webster: The Periods of His Work as Determined by His Relations to the ...

Elmer Edgar Stoll - English drama - 1905 - 216 pages
...Wyatt speaks with an abrupt force, a dogged reiteration, and a breeziness very like Dekker : I 'll damn my soul for no man, no, for no man. Who at doomsday...must answer for my sin ? Not you, nor you, my lords. 1 Wyatt. pp. 44-5 ; Contention, 4S8-90, and for " French," 493-4, etc. ' Cf. the defection of the Londoners...
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The collaboration of Webster and Dekker

Frederick Erastus Pierce - 1909 - 159 pages
...man, no, for no man. Who at doomsday must answer for my sin? Not you, nor you, my lords. Who named Queen Jane in noble Henry's days ? Which of you all...strength is weakness that you build upon. The King is sick,—God mend him, ay, God mend him!— But were his soul from his pale body free, Adieu, my lords,...
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The Collaboration of Webster and Dekker

Frederick Erastus Pierce - 1909 - 159 pages
...Wyatt1 speaks with an abrupt force, a dogged reiteration, and a breeziness very like Dekker. I 'l1 damn my soul for no man, no, for no man. Who at doomsday...answer for my sin ? Not you, nor you, my lords. Who named Queen Jane in noble Henry's days ? Which of you all durst once displace his issue ? My lords,...
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