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The Doubtful Plays of William Shakspeare - Page 362
by William Shakespeare - 1887 - 375 pages
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The Works of William Shakespeare: King Henry VIII. Troilus and Cressida ...

William Shakespeare, John Glover (of Cambridge?), John Glover (of Cambridge?.) - 1865
...city strong? Sat. Ay, but the citizens favour Lucius, And will revolt from me to succour him. 80 Tain. King, be thy thoughts imperious, like thy name. Is...thereby, Knowing that with the shadow of his wings 85 He can at pleasure stint their melody: Even so mayst thou the giddy men of Rome. Then cheer thy...
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The Works of William Shakespeare: King Henry VIII. Troilus and Cressida ...

William Shakespeare, John Glover (of Cambridge?) - 1865
...city strong? Sat. Ay, but the citizens favour Lucius, And will revolt from me to succour him. 80 Tain. King, be thy thoughts imperious, like thy name. Is...thereby, Knowing that with the shadow of his wings 85 He can at pleasure stint their melody: Even so mayst thou the giddy men of Rome. Then cheer thy...
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Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and ..., Volume 5; Volume 17

Lancashire (England) - 1865
...taken from the habits of biD For instance, in Titus Andronicus, the wicked Queen of Goths declaresThe eagle suffers little birds to sing, And is not careful...that with the shadow of his wings, He can at pleasure stint their melody.' Again, in Macbeth, where Lady Macduff speaks of the flu of her husband, she saysHe...
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Trageies

William Shakespeare - English drama - 1866
...And will revolt from me, to succour him. Tarn. Why should you fear? is not your city strong? Tarn. King, be thy thoughts imperious, like thy name. Is...that with the shadow of his wings, He can at pleasure stint their melody: Even so may'st thou the giddy men of Borne. Then cheer thy spirit; for know, thou...
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The Bible word-book: a glossary of Old English Bible words, by J. Eastwood ...

Jonathan Eastwood, William Aldis Wright - 1866
...so here it means 'we do not think it needful;' or, as we sometimes say,' we do not care to answer.' The eagle suffers little birds to sing, And is not careful what they mean thereby. Shakespeare, Tit. And. IV. 4. Chaucer and Milton use it in its literal sense of ' full of care,' '...
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The Stratford Shakspere: Romeo & Juliet. Timon of Athens. Hamlet. King Lear ...

William Shakespeare - 1867
...your city strong >. SAT. Ay, but the citizens favour Lucius, And will revolt from ine, to succour him. TAM. King, be thy thoughts imperious, like thy name. Is the sun dimm'd, that gnats do fly in it 1 The eagle suffers little birds to sing, And is not careful what they mean thereby, Knowing that with...
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The Works of William Shakespeare: The third part of King Henry VI. King ...

William Shakespeare, Alexander Dyce, Edward Lorraine Walter - 1868
...city strong? Sal. Ay, but the citizens favour Lucius, And will revolt from me to succour him. Tarn. King, be thy thoughts imperious, like thy name. Is the sun dimm'd, that gnata do fly in it? The eagle suffers little birds to sing, And is not careful what they mean thereby,...
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The complete works of Shakspere, with a memoir, and essay, by Barry Cornwall ...

William Shakespeare, Bryan Waller Procter - 1870
...to succour him. Tarn. King, be thy thoughts imperious, like thy name. Is the sun dimmed that knats do fly in it? The eagle suffers little birds to sing,...that with the shadow of his wings, He can at pleasure stint their melody : Even so mayst thou the giddy men of Rome. Then cheer thy spirit : for know, thou...
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Romeo and Juliet

William Shakespeare - Conflict of generations - 1871 - 480 pages
...in those fine lines in Titus Andronicus, which it is difficult to believe any other lhan Sh wrote: " The eagle suffers little birds to sing, And is not...mean thereby, Knowing that with the shadow of his wing He can at pleasure stint their melody." HALLIWELL. " I stynt, I cesse, je cesse; let him go to...
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Romeo and Juliet

William Shakespeare - Conflict of generations - 1871 - 480 pages
...in those fine lines in Titus Andronicus, which it is difficult to believe any other than Sh wrote: " The eagle suffers little birds to sing, And is not...mean thereby, Knowing that with the shadow of his wing He can at pleasure stint their melody." HALLIWELL. " I stynt, I cesse, je cesse; let him go to...
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