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" Farn. Do not you know me, sir '.' Fra. Yes, I know you too well ; but it stands not with my honour. What composition? Farn. Who am I ? — Gentlemen, how dare you suffer This thing to talk, if I be your Farnese? Fra. I say I am the prince. Farn. Prince... "
The Dramatic Works and Poems of James Shirley, Now First Collected: The ... - Page 421
by James Shirley, William Gifford, Alexander Dyce - 1833
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The gentleman of Venice. The politican. The imposture. The Cardinal. The ...

James Shirley, Alexander Dyce - 1833
...Which, with an equal and impartial stream, Shall flow to every bosom. Stroz. Pious Prince ! Farn. 1 am at a loss to hear him. Sure I am Farnese, if I...lion, and turn him loose ; he will not hurt the true prince.2 Farn. Do not you know me, sir? Fra. Yes, I know you too well ; but it stands not with my honour....
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The dramatic works and poems of James Shirley

James Shirley - 1833 - 1 pages
...stream, Shall flow to every bosom. Slroz. Pious Prince ! I Farn. I am at a loss to hear him. Sure 1 am Farnese, if I be not lost by the way. Pip. Stand...lion, and turn him loose ; he will not hurt the true prince.2 Farn. Do not you know me, sir ? Fra. Yes, I know you too well ; but it stands not with my...
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The gentleman of Venice. The politican. The imposture. The Cardinal. The ...

James Shirley, Alexander Dyce - 1833
...impartial stream, Shall flow to every bosom. Stroz. Pious Prince ! Farn. I am at a loss to hear him. Sure 1 am Farnese, if I be not lost by the way. Pip. Stand...a lion, and turn him loose ; he will not hurt the truo prince.* Farn. Do not you know me, sir? Fra. Yes, I know you too well ; but it stands not with...
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The gentleman of Venice. The politician. The imposture. The cardinal. The ...

James Shirley, William Gifford, Alexander Dyce - 1833 - 1 pages
...— no ; th' other? Hum ! send for a lion, and turn him loose ; he will not hurt the true prince.2 Farn. Do not you know me, sir? Fra. Yes, I know you...not with my honour. What composition? Farn. Who am 1 ? — Gentlemen, how dare you suffer This thing to talk, if I be your Farnese? Fra. I say I am the...
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Some 300 Fresh Allusions to Shakspere from 1594 to 1694 A.D.

Frederick James Furnivall - Drama - 1886 - 372 pages
...— 1659. (From tht Closing of tkc Theatres to the Stuart Restoration.) JAMES SHIRLEY, 1642, 1635. " Stand off, gentlemen, — let me see — which ? Hum...turn him loose ; he will not hurt the true prince." The Sis/ers (licenst in April, 1642, printed in 1652), Act V. sc. ii. ]Vorks, eel. Gifford, by Dyce,...
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Studien über Shakespeare's wirkung auf zeitgenössische dramatiker, Volume 9

Emil Koeppel - Drama - 1905 - 103 pages
...sich für ihn ausgebende räuberhauptmann Frapolo gegenüber stehen, ruft der clown Piperollo aus : Send for a lion, and turn him loose ; he will not hurt the' true prince (V 2 ; ib. p. 421). Anspielungen auf diese thierfabel sind ja häufig zu finden (vgl. zb Kölbings...
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The Shakspere allusion-book: a collection of allusions to ..., Volume 1

John James Munro - Drama - 1909
...faith in vilancus man." Shirley, in The Sisters, 1642, reproduced another Falstaffian expression : " Hum ! send for a lion and turn him loose; he will not hurt the true prince," and though this idea was common in the middle ages, and is recorded in Munday's translation of Palmerin...
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James Shirley, Dramatist: A Biographical and Critical Study

Arthur Huntington Nason - English drama - 1915 - 469 pages
...lost by the way. PIPEROLLO. Stand off, gentlemen,— let me see— which? Hum! this? — no; th'other? Hum! send for a lion, and turn him loose; he will not hurt the true prince. FARM. Do not you know me, sir? FRAP. Yes, I know you too well; but it stands not with my honour. What...
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