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Page 1079 - Even such a man, so faint, so spiritless, So dull, so dead in look, so woe-begone, Drew Priam's curtain in the dead of night...
Page 1038 - Being a true chronicle historic of the untimely falles of such unfortunate Princes and men of note, as have happened since the first entrance of Brute into this Island, untill this our latter Age.
Page 1064 - COURT Comedies. Often Presented and Acted before Queene ELIZABETH by the Children of her Maiesties Chappell and the Children of Paules. Written By the onely Rare Poet of that Time, The Witie, Comicall, Facetiously-Quicke and unparalelld JOHN LILLY, Master of Arts Decies repetita placebunt LONDON Printed by William Stansby for Edward Blount, 1632.
Page 996 - The Tragedies gathered by Jhon Bochas of all such Princes as fell from theyr Estates throughe the Mutability of Fortune since the creation of Adam until his time ; wherin may be seen what vices bring menne to destruccion, wyth notable warninges howe the like may be avoyded. Translated into English by John Lidgate, Monke of Burye.
Page 1087 - Shakespeare, who introduces the person of Richard the Third, speaking in as high a strain of piety and mortification as is uttered in any passage of this book*, and sometimes to the same sense and purpose with some words in this place : ' I intended,' saith he, 'not only to oblige my friends, but my enemies.
Page 1097 - A Cure for a Cuckold A Pleasant Comedy As it hath been several times Acted with great Applause. Written by John Webster and William Rowley.
Page 1084 - Imp. 4to. -Suckling (Sir John). FRAGMENTA AUREA : a Collection of all the Incomparable Peeces, written by. And published by a friend to perpetuate his memory. Printed by his own copies.
Page 1030 - Selden, and others: at the midst of the feast his old Mother dranke to him, and shew him a paper which she had (if the sentence had taken execution) to have mixed in the prisson among his drinke, which was full of lustie strong poison, and that she was no churle, she told, she minded first to have drunk of it herself.
Page 1068 - A Pleasant Comedy, called a Mayden-head Well Lost. As it hath beene publickly Acted at the Cocke-pit in Drury lane, with much Applause : By her Maiesties Seruants.
Page 999 - Pallingenius stellatus, wherein are conteyned twelve Bookes disclosing the haynous CRYMES & WICKED VICES OF OUR corrupt nature : And Plainlye Declaring the pleasaunt and perfit pathway...

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