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" ... that day no part of his life, In which he did not service to his country ; Was he to be free, therefore, from the laws And ceremonious form in your decrees ! Or else, because he did as much as man, In those three memorable overthrows At Granson, Morat,... "
Philip Massinger - Page 104
by Philip Massinger - 1889
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the british drama

william miller - 1804
...those three memorable overthrows, At Granson, Morat, Nancy, where his master, The warlike C'haralois (with whose misfortunes I bear his name) lost treasure,...of those sums Which (his own patrimony spent) his -/eul To serve his country, forced him to take up? NOT. sen. The precedent were ill. C/iur. And yet,...
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...those three memorable overthrows, At Graiison, Morar, Nancy, where his master, The warlike Charalois (with whose misfortunes I bear his name) lost treasure,...of those sums Which (his own patrimony spent) his /oui To serve his country, forced him to take u|> ? Nm\ sen. The precedent were ill. t'A«/-. And yet,...
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The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the ..., Volume 1, Issue 1

English drama - 1804
...those three memorable overthrows, At Granson, Morat, Nancy, where his master, The warlike Charalois (with whose misfortunes I bear his name) lost treasure,...excused from payment of those sums Which (his own patrunony spent) his zeal To serve his country, forced him to take up ? Nov. sen. The precedent were...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

English drama - 1804
...name) lost treasure, men, and life, To be excused from payment of those sums Which (his own patrnnony spent) his zeal To serve his country, forced him to take up ? JVur. sen. The precedent were ill. Char. And yet, my lord, thus much 1 know vou'll grant; after those...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger ...

Philip Massinger - English drama - 1805
...those three memorable overthrows At Granson, Morat, Nancy, where his master,* ' The warlike Charalois, (with whose misfortunes I bear his name,) lost treasure,...precedent were ill. Charal. And yet, my lord, this much, 4 In those three memorable overthrows At Granson, Morat, Nancy, &c.] These were indeed memorable, since...
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The modern British drama

British drama - 1811
...those three memorable overthrows, At Granson, Moral, Nancy, where his master, The warlike Charalois (with whose misfortunes I bear his name) lost treasure,...him to take up ? Nov. sen. The precedent were ill. Char. And yet, my lord, this much I know you'll grant : after those great defeatures, Which in their...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

English drama - 1811
...overthrows, At Granson, Morat, Nancy, where his master, The warlike Charalois (with whose misfortune» een ! The fault had had more credit. I would do something....sir, and tell you truth ; this rascal Fears neither Char. And yet, my lord, this much I know you'll grant : after those great defeatures. Which in their...
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Plays: The maid of honour. The picture. The Emperor of the East. The fatal ...

Philip Massinger, William Gifford - 1813
...after seized upon the defenceless datchy, and united it to his own kingdom. The warlike Charalois, (with whose misfortunes I bear his name,) lost treasure,...this much, I know, you'll grant; after those great defeatures, Which in their dreadful ruins buried quick Re-enter Officers. Courage and hope in all men...
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The Plays, Volume 3

Philip Massinger - 1813
...after seized npon the defenceless dutchy, and united it to his own kingdom. The warlike Charalois, (with whose misfortunes I bear his name,) lost treasure,...his zeal To serve his country forced him to take up! Charal. And yet, my lord, this much, I know, you'll grant; after those great defeatures, Which in their...
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The Fatal Dowry: A Tragedy, in Five Acts

Philip Massinger, Nathan Field - English drama - 1826 - 66 pages
...Was he to be free therefore from the laws And ceremonious forms of your decrees, And be excused the payment of those sums, Which (his own patrimony spent)...his zeal To serve his country forced him to take up ? Old M The precedent were ill. Chara. And yet thus much I know you'll grant; after those great defeatures,...
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