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" To answer at th' assize for them that's dead. Frank. I thank your pains, sir: had the news been better, Your will was to have brought it, Mr. "
The Ancient British Drama ... - Σελίδα 438
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A Select Collection of Old Plays, Τόμος 4

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...prifon led, . . . , .. To anfwer at th'afllze for them that's dead. Fran. I thank your pains, fir, had the news been better Your will was to have brought it, юг. -Wendell. 4Sr Charles will find hart! friends : his-cafe'is henious, And will be moft feverely...

A Select Collection of Old Plays: Green's tu quoque, or The city gallant

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...the prifon led, To anfwer at th' affize for them that's dead. Frankfort. I thank your pains, fir ; had the news been better Your will was to have brought...Wendoll. Sir Charles will find hard friends : his cafe is heinous, And will be moft feverely cenfur'd on ; . , I'm forry for him. Sir, a word with you...

A Select Collection of Old Plays: In Twelve Volumes, Τόμος 7

Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed, Octavius Gilchrist - 1825
...But poor Sir Charles is to the prison led, To answer at th' assize for them that's dead. Frankford. I thank your pains, sir; had the news been better...friends : his case is heinous, And will be most severely censur'd on ' : I'm sorry for him. Sir, a word with you ; I know you, sir, to be a gentleman In all...

A Select Collection of Old Plays: In Twelve Volumes, Τόμος 7

Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed, Octavius Gilchrist - 1825
...understand it perfectly. But is my brother safe ? Wendoll. All whole and sound, His body not being blemish'd with one wound : But poor Sir Charles is to the prison...led, To answer at th' assize for them that's dead. Frankford. I thank your pains, sir ; had the news . been better Your will was to have brought it, Mr....

The Royal King, and Loyal Subject: A Woman Killed with Kindness

Thomas Heywood - 1850 - 168 σελίδες
...sorry for the knight ; But is my brother safe ? Wen. All whole and sound, His body not being blemish'd with one wound : But poor Sir Charles is to the prison...friends : his case is heinous, And will be most severely censur'd on : I'm sorry for him. Sir, a word with you. I know you, sir, to be a gentleman In all things...

The Royal King, and Loyal Subject: A Woman Killed with Kindness

Thomas Heywood - 1850 - 168 σελίδες
...sorry for the knight ; But is my brother safe ? Wen. All whole and sound, His body not being blemish'd with one wound : But poor Sir Charles is to the prison...friends : his case is heinous, And will be most severely censur'd on : I'm sorry for him. Sir, a word with you. I know you, sir, to be a gentleman In all things...

Publications, Τόμος 44

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1850
...sorry for the knight ; But is my brother safe ? Wen. All whole and sound, His body not being blemish'd with one wound : But poor Sir Charles is to the prison...been better, Your will was to have brought it, Mr. Wendell. Sir Charles will find hard friends : his case is heinous, And will be most severely censur'd...

The Dramatic Works of Thomas Heywood: Royal king and loyal subject. A woman ...

Thomas Heywood - 1851
...sorry for the knight; But is my brother safe ? Wen. All whole and sound, His body not being blemish'd with one wound: But poor Sir Charles is to the prison...friends: his case is heinous, And will be most severely censur'd on: I'm sorry for him. Sir, a word with you. I know you, sir, to be a gentleman In all things;...

Two historical plays on the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth

Thomas Heywood - 1851 - 177 σελίδες
...sorry for the knight ; But is my brother safe ? Wen. All whole and sound, His body not being blemish'd with one wound : But poor Sir Charles is to the prison...friends : his case is heinous, And will be most severely censur'd on : I'm sorry for him. Sir, a word with you. I know you, sir, to be a gentleman In all things...

Publications, Τόμος 45

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1851
...sorry for the knight ; But is my brother safe ? Wen. All whole and sound, His body not being blemish'd with one wound : But poor Sir Charles is to the prison...friends : his case is heinous, And will be most severely censur'd on : I'm sorry for him. Sir, a word with you. I know you, sir, to be a gentleman In all things...




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