The Complete Works of William, 9; Reprinted from the First Folio

The Complete Works of William, 9; Reprinted from the First Folio

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...But when extremities speake. I have heard you say, Honor and Policy, like unsever'd Friends, I'th'Warre do grow together: Grant that, and tell me In Peace, what each of them by th'other loose, That they combine not there? Corio. Tush, tush. Mene. A good demand. 60 Volum. If it be Honor in your Warres, to seeme The same you are not, which for your best ends You adopt your policy: How is it lesse or worse That it shall hold Companionship in Peace With Honour, as in Warre; since that to both It stands in like request. Corio. Why force you this? Volum. Because, that Now it lyes you on to speake to th'people: Not by your owne instruction, nor by'th'matter 70 Which your heart prompts you, but with such words That are but roated in your Tongue; Though but Bastards, and Syllables Of no allowance, to your bosomes truth. Now, this no more dishonors you at all, lconquer Then to take in1 a Towne with gentle words, 68-73. 5 ll, ending speak, instruction, you, in, syllablesM Alone. Which else would put you to your fortune, and The hazard of much blood. I would dissemble with my Nature, where My Fortunes and my Friends at stake, requir'd 80 I should do so in Honor. I am in this Your Wife, your Sonne: These Senators, the Nobles, And you, will rather shew our generall Lowts, How you can frowne, then spend a fawne upon 'em, For the inheritance of their loves, and safegard Of what that want might mine. Menen. Noble Lady, Come goe with us, speake faire: you may salve so, Not what is dangerous present, but the losse Of what is past. 90 Volum. I pry thee now, my Sonne, Goe to them, with this Bonnet in thy hand, And thus farre having stretcht it (here be with them) Thy Knee bussing the stones: for in such businesse Action is eloquence, and the eyes of th'ignorant More...show more

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  • Paperback | 108 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 209g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236528697
  • 9781236528698