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" Madame, what aylea yee for to looke so sad ? Lady. Troth, sonne, I knowe not what; I am not sick, And yet I am not well. I would be merie; But somewhat lyes so heauie on my hart, I cannot chuse but sigh. "
Sir Thomas More: A Play, Now First Printed - Page 75
by Anthony Munday - 1844 - 102 pages
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James Spedding - Books - 1879 - 419 pages
...75. Enter the Lady MOOKE, her two daughters, and Master ROPEB, as walking. Roper. Madame, what ayles yee for to looke so sad ? Lady. Troth, sonne, I knowe...not well. I would be merie ; But somewhat lyes so heavie on my hart, I cannot chuse but sigh. You are a scholler ; I pray ye, tell me, may one credit...
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James Spedding - Books - 1879 - 419 pages
...ROPEB, as walking. Jloper. Madame, what ayles yeo for to looko so sad ? Lady. Troth, sonne, I knowo not what ; I am not sick, And yet I am not well. I would be merio ; But somewhat lyes so heavio on my hart, I cannot chuse but sigh. You are a scholler ; I pruy...
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The Shakespeare Apocrypha: Being a Collection of Fourteen Plays which Have ...

Tucker Brooke - 1908 - 455 pages
...Enter the Lady Moore, her two Daughters, qnd M(aiste}r Roper, as walking. lío. Madame, what ayles yee for to looke so sad? Lady. Troth, sonne, I knowe...scholler; I pray ye, tell me, may one credit dreames? 6 IJo. Why ask you that, deare madame? Lady. Because to night I had the straungest dreame That ere...
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The Shakespeare Apocrypha: Being a Collection of Fourteen Plays which Have ...

Tucker Brooke - 1908 - 455 pages
...Chelsea.) nter the Lady Moore, her two Daughters, and M(aiste}r Roper, as walking. lf». Madame, what ayles yee for to looke so sad? Lady. Troth, sonne, I knowe not what; I am not sick, nd yet I am not well. I would be merie; ut somewhat lyes so heauie on my hart, cannot chuse but sigh....
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The Apocryphal Shakespeare

Tucker Brooke - Drama - 2004 - 516 pages
...Moore, her two Daughters, and M(aMe)r Roper, as walking. Ro. Madame, what ayles yee lor to looke BO sad? Lady. Troth, sonne, I knowe not what; I am not sick, And yet I am not well. I would be merie; Bat somewhat lyes so heauie on my hart, I cannot chose but sigh. You are a scholler; I pray ye, tell...
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Sir Thomas More EasyRead Edition

William Shakespeare - Drama - 2006 - 204 pages
...Master Roper, as walking.] ROPER. Madame, what ails ye for to look so sad? LADY MORE. Troth, son, I know not what; I am not sick, And yet I am not well. I would be merry; But somewhat lies so heavy on heart, I cannot choose but sigh. You are a scholar; I pray ye,...
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