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Page 61 - He would be ready, from his heat of humour, And overflowing of the vapour in him, To blow the ears of his familiars, With the false breath of telling what disgraces And low disparagements I had put upon him...
Page 61 - Both gives and warrants your authority, Which, by your presence seconded, must breed A kind of duty in him, and regard : Whereas, if I should intimate the least, It would but add contempt to his neglect, Heap worse on ill, make up a pile of hatred, That in the rearing would come tottering down, And in the ruin bury all our love.
Page 53 - So, sir. Come on: O, twine your body more about, that you may fall to a more sweet, comely, gentlemanlike guard; so! indifferent: hollow your body more, sir, thus: now, stand fast o' your left leg, note your distance, keep your due proportion of time— oh, you disorder your point most irregularly.
Page 4 - ... made. In him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in the darkness; and the darkness apprehended it not.
Page 27 - Not you, sir ! you were not best, sir ; an you should, here be them can perceive it, and that quickly too ; go to : and they can give it again soundly too, an need be. Serv. Why, sir, let this satisfy you ; good faith, I had no such intent. Step. Sir, an I thought you had, I would talk with you, and that presently.
Page 48 - Bob. For, do you see, sir, by the heart of valour in me, except it be to some peculiar and choice spirits, to whom I am extraordinarily engaged, as yourself, or so, I could not extend thus far. Mat. O Lord, sir ! I resolve so.
Page 6 - ... and faith in thee : increase this knowledge, and confirm this faith in us evermore. Give thy holy Spirit to...
Page 50 - O eyes, no eyes, but fountains fraught with tears! There's a conceit! fountains fraught with tears! O life, no life, but lively form of death!
Page 28 - Davenant: this play was richly cloath'd, the King giving Mr. Betterton his coronation suit, in which he acted the part of Prince Alvaro; the Duke of York giving Mr. Harris his, who did Prince Prospero ; and my Lord of Oxford gave Mr, Joseph Price his, who did Lionel, the Duke of Parma's son ; the Duke was acted by Mr.