The First Part of Henry the Sixt. the Second Part of Henry the Sixt. the Third Part of Henry the Sixt. Romeo and Juliet

The First Part of Henry the Sixt. the Second Part of Henry the Sixt. the Third Part of Henry the Sixt. Romeo and Juliet

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...lay,1 addresse2 thee instantly. Clif. La fin Corrone ler eumener. Dt'er. Yor. Thus Warre hath given thee peace, for thou art still, I 1 wager 2 make ready Peace with his soule, heaven ifit be thy will. 21. then: misprint IF. 22-3. 1 l.--Pon. 32. Corrone ler eumener: eouronne (couronne-Pore)-Tamn/u.o; les ceuvres-1-4.F. C/tf. Shame and Confusion all is on the F eare frames disorder, and disorder wounds Where it should guard. O Warre, thou son Whom angry heavens do make their ministe Throw in the frozen bosomes of our part, Hot Coales of Vengeance. Let no Souldie1 He that is truly dedicate to Warre, Hath no selfe-love: nor he that loves himsell Hath not essentially, but by circumstance The name of Valour. Seeing hz'r deadfathl the vile world end, I And the premised Flames of the Last day, Knit earth and heaven together. Now let the generall Trumpet blow his blas Particularities, and pettie sounds To cease. Was't thou ordain'd (deere Fatl To loose thy youth in peace, and to atcheev The Silver Livery of advised1 Age, And in thy Reverence, and thy Chaire-dayer To die in Ruflian battell? Even at this sight, My heart is turn'd to stone: and while 'tis r It shall be stony. Yorke, not our old men s No more will I their Babes, Teares Virgina Shall be to me, even as the Dew to Fire, And Beautie, that the Tyrant oft reclaimes, Shall to my flaming wrath, be Oyle and Fla: Henceforth, I will not have to do with pitty. Meet I an infant of the house of Yorke, Into as many gobbits will I cut it As wilde Medea yong Ahrirtir did. 64.. Ahrirtir: Absyrtus--THEonALD. In cruelty, will I seeke out my Fame. Come thou new mine of olde Cliffords house: As did u/Enear old Anehyrer beare, So beare I thee upon my manly shoulders: But then, ...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 236g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236920058
  • 9781236920058