"Shakspere's Handwriting" Further Illustrated: Facsimiles of His Own Supposed Autograph, with a Short Note on His Early Career as a Dramatist

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Asher & Company, 1899 - 14 pages
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Page 9 - To take prerogative and tyth of knees From elder kinsmen, and him bynd by my place To give the smooth and dexter way to me That owe it him by nature ! Sure, thes things, Not phisickt by respecte, might turne our bloud To much corruption : but, Moore, the more thou hast,
Page 9 - humble bench of birth Should stepp as twere up to my countries head, And give the law out ther! I, in my fathers life, To take prerogative and tyth of knees From elder kinsmen, and him bynd by my place To give the smooth and dexter way to me That owe it him by nature
Page 9 - and hugg them, The more doe thou in serpents natures thinke them ; Feare ther gay skinns with thought of ther sharpe state ; And lett this be thy maxime, to be greate Is when the thred of hayday is once spoun,
Page 9 - Moore.] It is in Heaven that I am thus and thus ; And that which we prophanlie terme our fortuns Is the provision of the power
Page 4 - of the Themes, Which, glad of such a burden, prowdlie sweld And one her bosom bore him toward the sea : Hees gon to Roterdam ; peace goe with him
Page 14 - tis in ourselves that we are thus or thus";
Page 4 - me heavy when he went from hence ; But this recomforts me ; the kind Lord Maior, His bretheren aldermen, with
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Page 12 - divers of worship have reported his uprightness of dealing . . . and his facetious grace in writing that approves his art,
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