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" tis true, an old man's twice a child ; Mine cannot speak ; one of his single words Would quite have freed my youngest dearest son From death or durance, and have made him walk With a bold foot upon the thorny law, Whose prickles should bow under him ;... "
The Ancient British Drama ... - Page 103
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A Select Collection of Old Plays, Volumes 1-4

Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1744
...' -' • Mine cannot fpeak j one of his fmgle words Would quite have freed my youngeft deareft fon From death or durance, and have made him walk With a bold foot upon the thorny law, Whofe" prickles fliould bow under him ; but 'ttó not, And therefore wedlock-faith fliall be forgo*...
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A Select Collection of Old Plays: Mal-content

Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed - English drama - 1780
...child ; Mine cannot Ipeak ; one of his fingle words Would quite have freed my youngeft deareft fon From death or durance ; and have made him walk With a bold foot upon the thorny law, Whofe prickles fliould bow under him ; but 'tis not, And therefore wedlock-faith mall be forgot : I'll...
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The revengers tragaedie. The transformed metamorphosis

Cyril Tourneur - 1878
...yongest, deerest, sonne From death or durance, and haue made him walke With a bold foote upon the thornie law, Whose Prickles should bow under him ; but 'tis...forgot. I'll kill him in his fore-head ; hate there feede ; That wound is deepest tho' it neuer bleed. And here comes hee whom my heart points unto, His...
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Webster & Tourneur

John Webster, Cyril Tourneur - 1893 - 432 pages
...lord at meat or sleep. Indeed, 'tis true, an old man's twice a child ; Mine cannot speak ; one of his single words Would quite have freed my youngest dearest...should bow under him ; but 'tis not, And therefore wedlock- faith shall be forgot : I'll kill him in his forehead ; hate, there feed ; That wound is deepest,...
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Webster and Tourneur

John Webster, Cyril Tourneur - 1912 - 464 pages
...lord at meat or sleep. Indeed, 'tis true, an old man's twice a child ; Mine cannot speak ; one of his single words Would quite have freed my youngest dearest...wedlock-faith shall be forgot : I'll kill him in his forehead ; n hate, there feed ; That wound is deepest, though it never bleed. "o And here comes he whom my heart...
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The Revenger's Tragedy

Cyril Tourneur - Fiction - 1966 - 130 pages
...at meat, and sleep. Indeed 'tis true an old man's twice a child; 100 Mine cannot speak; one of his single words Would quite have freed my youngest dearest...Whose prickles should bow under him. But 'tis not, 105 And therefore wedlock faith shall be forgot. I'll kill him in his forehead; hate, there feed; That...
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Five Plays

Thomas Middleton - Drama - 1988 - 421 pages
...lord at meat and sleep. 100 Indeed 'tis true an old man's twice a child; Mine cannot speak; one of his single words Would quite have freed my youngest dearest...should bow under him; but 'tis not, And therefore wedlock faith shall be forgot. I'll kill him in his forehead, hate there feed; That wound is deepest...
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The Revenger's Tragedy

C. R. A. Foakes - Drama - 1996 - 137 pages
...(Q) is probably a printer's error, caught from the line above. 101. an. . . child] a common proverb. From death or durance, and have made him walk With a bold foot upon the thorny law, 105 Whose prickles should bow under him; but 'tis not, And therefore wedlock faith shall be forgot....
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The Revenger's Tragedy: A New Version

Jesse Berger - Drama - 2007 - 114 pages
...double-loathed lord at meat and sleep. Indeed tis true an old man's twice a child, Mine cannot speak! One of his single words Would quite have freed my youngest dearest son From death or durance; and yet spake he not. Well, therefore wedlock faith shall be forgot! I'll kill him in his forehead, hate...
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La dialettica della persuasione e tentazione in tre tragedie giacobiane

Valentina Poggi - Literary Criticism - 2005
...lord at meat and sleep. Indeed, 'tis true an old man's twice a child. Mine cannot speak; one of his single words Would quite have freed my youngest, dearest...should bow under him: but 'tis not, And therefore wedlock, faith, shall be forgot. l'll kill him in his forehead; hate there feed: That wound is deepest...
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