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" Phil. Hence, Callimele, hence from that beggers side. Gelas. Thou would'st not haue mee to thy sonne in law ; What, doth it yet repent thee ? Phil. Giue mee my daughter; why dost thou claspe her? Shees none of thine. Tim. Doth Callimele say soe? Call.... "
Timon: A Play ; Now First Printed - Page 55
edited by - 1842 - 95 pages
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1842
...arriu'd. Lach. The gods forbidde ! Sayl. Neptune, thy foe, hath wrought thee this mishappe, And swallow1 d vppe thy gemmes in his vast wombe, And neuer will...in law ; What, doth it yet repent thee ? Phil. Giue meo my daughter; why dost thou claspe her? Shees none of thine. Tim. Doth Callimele say soe? Call....
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Timon, a play, now first pr. Ed. by A. Dyce

Timon (fict. name.) - 1842
...arriu'd. Lach. The gods forbidde ! Sayl. Neptune, thy foe, hath wrought thee this mishappe, And swallow'd vppe thy gemmes in his vast wombe, And neuer will...Gelas. Thou would'st not haue mee to thy sonne in Phil. Giue mee my daughter; why dost thou claspe her? Shees none of thine. Tim. Doth Callimele say...
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1842
...arriu'd. Lack. The gods forbidde ! Sayl. Neptune, thy foe, hath wrought thee this mishappe, And swallow'd vppe thy gemmes in his vast wombe, And neuer will...againe. [Exit. Tim. At lengthe I knowe what misery doth meane. Phil. Hence, Callimele, hence from that beggers side. Gelas. Thou would'st not haue mee to thy...
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Shakespeare's Library: A Collection of the Plays, Romances ..., Page 2, Volume 2

1875
...arriu'd. Lack. The gods forbidde ! Say. Neptune, thy foe, hath wrought thee this mishappe, And swallow'd vppe thy gemmes in his vast wombe, And neuer will...againe. [Exit. Tim. At lengthe I knowe what misery doth meane. Phil. Hence, Callimele, hence from that beggers side. Gel. Thou would'st not haue mee to thy...
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Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus, Troilus and ...

Geoffrey Bullough - Literary Criticism - 1966 - 578 pages
...misery doth meane. PHIL. Hence Callimele, hence from that beggers side. GEL. Thou would'st not have mee to thy sonne in law. What, doth it yet repent thee? PHIL. Give mee my daughter, why dost thou claspe her? Shees none of thine. TIM. Doth Callimele say soe? CAL....
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