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" Which of you, if you were a Prince's Son, Being pent from liberty, as I am now, If two such murderers as yourselves ca,me to- you, Would not entreat for life ? As you would beg Were you in my distress— 2. Look behind "
The New Shakspere Society's Transactions - Page 18
by New Shakspere Society (Great Britain) - 1875
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Bacon and Shake-speare Parallelisms

Edwin Reed - 1902 - 441 pages
...I have it here about me. [Git'M the warrant. Clarence. Not to relent is beastly, savage, devilish. Which of you, if you were a prince's son, Being pent...yourselves came to you, Would not entreat for life P My friend, I spy some pity in thy looks; 0 ! if thine eye be not a flatterer, Come thou on my side,...
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William Shakespeare: his life, his works, and his teaching

George William Rusden - Drama - 1903 - 410 pages
...Murderer.—Relent! 'tis cowardly, and womanish. Clarence.—Not to relent, is beastly, savage, devilish. Which of you, if you were a prince's son, Being pent...yourselves came to you, Would not entreat for life?— My friend, I spy some pity in thy looks; 0, if thine eye be not a flatterer, Come thou on my side,...
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The Works of William Shakespeare...

William Shakespeare, Arthur Henry Bullen, Henry Davey, Jean Jules Jusserand, Robert Seymour Bridges, Henry Charles Beeching, Edmund Kerchever Chambers, Marion Harry Spielmann - 1906
...this deed will hate you for the deed. Sec. Murd. What shall we do ? Clar. Relent, and save your souls. Which of you, if you were a prince's son, Being pent...you, Would not entreat for life ? As you would beg, 260 Were you in my distress— First Murd. Relent! 'tis cowardly and womanish. Come thou on my side,...
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The Works of Shakespeare, Volume 5

William Shakespeare - 1899
...souls. First Murd. Relent! 'tis cowardly and womanish. Clar. Not to relent is beastly, savage, devilish. Which of you, if you were a prince's son, Being pent...yourselves came to you, Would not entreat for life ? My friend, I spy some pity in thy looks; 270 O, if thine eye be not a flatterer, Come thou on my...
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Volume 10

William Shakespeare - 1907
...the Folio text, these four lines, together with the line here separated from them and numbered 4 [49] Being pent from liberty, as I am now, If two such...yourselves came to you, Would not entreat for life ? My friend, I spy some pity in thy looks; O, if thine eye be not a flatterer, Come thou on my side,...
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The Tragedy of King Richard the Third

William Shakespeare - 1907 - 221 pages
...First Murd. Relent! no, 'tis cowardly and womanish. Clar. Not to relent is beastly, savage, devilish. Which of you, if you were a prince's son, Being pent from liberty, as I am now, 260 If two such murderers as yourselves came to you, Would not entreat for life ? My friend, I spy...
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Longmans' School Shakespeare: Consisting of Twelve of the Most Suitable ...

William Shakespeare - History - 1908 - 816 pages
...souls. FIBST MUBD. Eelent! 'tis cowardly and womanish. CLAB. Not to relent is beastly, savage, devilish. Which of you, if you were a prince's son, Being pent from liberty, as I am now, 250 If two such murderers as yourselves came to you, Would not entreat for life? My friend, I spy some...
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The Aldus Shakespeare: With Copious Notes and Comments, Volume 29

William Shakespeare, Jennie Ellis Burdick, Henry Norman Hudson, Sir Israel Gollancz, Charles Harold Herford, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Fiction - 1909
...a blending of the readings of Qq. and Ff,, frcsX. Tyrwhitt (vide Note vii., Camb. ed.).—IG 16A 55 Which of you, if you were a prince's son, Being pent...now, If two such murderers as yourselves came to you, " 270 Would not entreat for life ? My friend, I spy some pity in thy looks ; O, if thine eye be not...
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The Works of Shakespeare: Richard III

William Shakespeare, William James Craig, Robert Hope Case - 1907
...First Murd. Relent! no, 'tis cowardly and womanish. Clar. Not to relent is beastly, savage, devilish. Which of you, if you were a prince's son, Being pent from liberty, as I am now, 260 If two such murderers as yourselves came to you, Would not entreat for life ? My friend, I spy...
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Shakespeare's English Kings, the People, and the Law: A Study in the ...

Edna Zwick Boris - Literary Criticism - 1978 - 261 pages
...Prince Edward. Clarence admits that it is "commodity" that creates his newfound respect for God's law. If two such murderers as yourselves came to you, Would not entreat for life? (R3, 1.4.257-60) On that note the first murderer stabs him while the second regrets and fears for his...
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