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" No, no, it was some woman cried for help, And here within this garden did she cry. And in this garden must I rescue her.— But stay, what murd'rous spectacle is this? A man hang'd up and all the murderers gone! And in my bower, to lay the guilt on me!... "
A Select Collection of Old Plays: George A. Green, the pinner of Wakefield - Page 152
by Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed - 1780
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The Spanish tragedy [by Thomas Kyd] The love of King David and fair Bethsabe ...

Thomas Hawkins - English drama - 1773
...her. But flay, what murd'rous fpeftacle ii this ? A man hang'd up, and all the murderers goat ! .1 And in my bower, to lay the guilt on me ! This place was made for plcafure, not for 4eath. (!!( tuti hi i". icier,. Thofe garments that he wears I oft have feen : Alas,...
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A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 5

Robert Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt, Richard Morris - English drama - 1874
...garden did she cry ; And in this garden must I rescue her. But stay, what murd'rous spectacle is this 1 A man hang'd up, and all the murderers gone ! And...bower, to lay the guilt on me ! This place was made for pleasure, not for death. [He cuts him down. Those garments that he wears I oft have seen : Alas, it...
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Specimens of the Pre-Shaksperean Drama: With an Introd., Notes ..., Volume 2

English drama - 1897
...hypermetrical. s 1618, '23, '33, outcry c.allrs. But stay ! what murdrous spectacle is this? A man hangd vp, and all the murderers gone! And in my bower, to lay the guilt on me ! This place was made for pleasure not for death. He cuts him dywne, Those garments that he weares I oft haue seene, — 75 Alas!...
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The Library, Volume 1

Sir John Young Walker MacAlister, Alfred William Pollard, Ronald Brunlees McKerrow, Sir Frank Chalton Francis - Bibliography - 1900
...within the garden did she cry, And in this garden must I rescue her. But stay, what murdrous spectacle is this ? A man hang'd up, and all the Murderers gone...Bower, to lay the guilt on me ? This place was made for pleasure, not for death : [He cuts him down. These garments that he wears I oft have seen : Alas, it...
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The Works of Thomas Kyd

Thomas Kyd, Jakob Ayrer, Christopher Marlowe - English drama - 1901 - 470 pages
...rescue her. But stay, what murdrous spectacle is this? A man hangd vp and all the murderers gone : 10 And in my bower, to lay the guilt on me. This place was made for pleasure, not for death. He cuts hitn 1iowne. Those garments that he weares I oft haue seen : Alas,...
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Thomas Kyd's Spanish Tragedy, Volume 1

Thomas Kyd - 1901 - 139 pages
...rescue her. — But stay, what murdrous spectacle is this? A man hangd vp and all the murderers gone! 10 And in my bower, to lay the guilt on me! This place was made for pleasure, not for death. He cuts him downe. Those garments that he weares I oft haue seeue — ; Alas,...
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The Works of Thomas Kyd

Thomas Kyd, Jakob Ayrer, Christopher Marlowe - English drama - 1901 - 470 pages
...rescue her. But stay, what murdrous spectacle is this? A man hangd vp and all the murderers gone: 10 And in my bower, to lay the guilt on me. This place was made for pleasure, not for death. He cuts him downt. Those garments that he weares I oft haue seen: Alas, it...
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Old Picture Books: With Other Essays on Bookish Subjects

Alfred William Pollard, Alice Pollard - Bibliography - 1902 - 282 pages
...within the garden did she cry, And in this garden must I rescue her. But stay, what murdrous spectacle is this? A man hang'd up, and all the Murderers gone...Bower, to lay the guilt on me ? This place was made for pleasure, not for death : [ffe cuts htm down. These garments that he wears I oft have seen : Alas,...
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Book Lover: A Magazine of Book Lore, Volume 5

Bibliography - 1904
...within the garden did she cry, And in this garden must I rescue her. But stay, what murdrous spectacle is this? A man hang'd up, and all the Murderers gone;...Bower, to lay the guilt on me? This place was made for pleasure, not for death : [He cuts him down. These garments that he wears I oft have seen: Alas, it...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - English drama - 1911 - 878 pages
...garden did she cry, And in this garden must I rescue her. — But stay, whatmurd'rons spectacle Against all charm of benefits, did strike So brave...a blow into the monster's heart And not a spark | il ; 1 1 -i • was made for pleasnre, not for death. He cuts him dam. IThose garments that he wears...
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