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" Tis yet dead night, yet all the earth is clutch'd * In the dull leaden hand of snoring sleep ; No breath disturbs the quiet of the air, No spirit moves upon the breast of earth, Save howling dogs, night-crows, and screeching owls, Save meagre ghosts,... "
The Works of John Marston - Page 103
by John Marston - 1887
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 2

John Walker - 1811
...with, 1 shall transcribe the passage. Piero solus. *TU yet dead night: yet all the earth is cloutcht In the dull, leaden hand of snoring sleep. No breath...moves upon the breast of earth, Save howling dogs, night crows, and screeching owls, Save meagre ghosts, Piero, and black thoughts.' My edition of this...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 1

John Walker - 1814
...transcribe the passage. Piero solus. 'Tis yet dead night: yet all the earth is clutcht In the duil, leaden hand of snoring sleep. No breath disturbs the...moves upon the breast of earth, Save howling dogs, night crows, and screeching owls; Save meagre ghosts, Piero, and black thoughts. My edition of this...
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The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare, Volume 11

William Shakespeare - 1821
...Antonio and Mellida, 1602 : " Tis yet dead night ; yet all the earth is clutch'd : In the dull Iraden hand of snoring sleep : No breath disturbs the quiet...breast of earth, ; Save howling dogs, night-crows, and screeching-owls, ' Save meagre ghosts, Piero, and black thoughts. ; — — I am great in blood, ;...
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The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare, Volume 11

William Shakespeare - 1821
...part of Marston's Antonio and Mellida, 1602 : " "Tis yet dead night ; yet all the earth is clutch'd " In the dull leaden hand of snoring sleep : " No breath...the air, " No spirit moves upon the breast of earth, 1 Save howling dogs, night-crows, and screeching-owls, 1 Save meagre ghosts. Piero, and black thoughts....
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Winter's tale. Comedy of errors. Macbeth. King John

William Shakespeare - 1826
...1G02, we have the following lines : — ' 'Tis yet the dead of night, yet all the earth is clutch'd In the dull leaden hand of snoring sleep : No breath...owls, Save meagre ghosts, Piero, and black thoughts. — — I am great in blood, Unequalled in revenge : — yon horrid scouts That sentinel swart night,...
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The dramatic works of William Shakspeare, with notes original and selected ...

William Shakespeare - 1843
...have the following lines :— ' 'Tis yet the dead of night, yet all the earth is clutch'd In the doll leaden hand of snoring sleep : No breath disturbs...owls, Save meagre ghosts, Piero, and black thoughts. ——— I am great in blood, Unequalled in revenge:—yon horrid scouts The curtain'd sleeper 11...
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Protestant reminiscences; or, The Church of Rome in the nineteenth century ...

1827
...aboding luckless time. Henry VI. Part III. So Marston also twice employs it in Antonio and Mellida : No Spirit moves upon the breast of Earth, Save howling Dogs, Night-Crows, and screeching Owls. Night- Crows screech aloud, Fluttering 'bout casements of departing souls. 3dly. upon the allotment...
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The Dramatic Works and Poems of William Shakespeare, with Notes ..., Volume 1

William Shakespeare - 1831
...of night, yet all the earth iaclutch'd In the dull leaden hand ofiiioring sleep: No breath diaturb» which WM occasionally triangular. I: •: Why, he comes in like a perjure,* doge, night-crows, and screeching owls, Save meagre ghuaU, Piero, and black thoughts 1 am great ht...
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Romances of the chivalric ages. The pilgrim brothers [signed Timotheus ...

H. Cope - 1833
...the door after him with much caution. CHAPTER XIV. 'Tis yet dead night; yet all the earth is clutch'd In the dull leaden hand of snoring sleep : No breath disturbs the quiet of the air. No spirit mores upon the breast of earth. Save howling dogs, night-crows, and screeching owls,"] Save meagre...
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The dramatic works of William Shakspeare, with notes original and ..., Volume 4

Samuel Weller Singer - 1843
...is clntch'd In the dull leaden hand of snoring sleep: :\o breath disturbs the quiet of the air. NII spirit moves upon the breast of earth, Save howling...owls, Save meagre ghosts, Piero, and black thoughts. 1 am great in blood, Unequalled in revenge : — you horrid scouts That sentinel swart night, give...
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