Imaginary Conversations. Citation and Examination of W. Shakespeare. the Pentameron. Pericles and Aspasia. Minor Prose Pieces. Poems

Imaginary Conversations. Citation and Examination of W. Shakespeare. the Pentameron. Pericles and Aspasia. Minor Prose Pieces. Poems

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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. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...your worship!" said the lad. "It shall load thee unto wealth and respectsbility," said the knight, somewhat appeased by his ready compliancy and low gentle voice. " Yea, but not here; no witches, no wantons (this word fell gravely and at fulllength upon the car), no spells hereabout. " Glouccstershire is within a measured mile of, thy dwelling. There is one at Bristol, formerly a reverence the instant it was offered to his hand. I ' flung the Holy Gospel! parish-boy, orlittle better, who nowwriteth himself genllernan in large round' letters, and hath been elected, I hear, to serve as burgess in parliament for his native city; just as though he had eaten a capon or turkey-poult in his youth, and had actually been at grammar-school and college. When he began, he had not credit for a goatskin; and now, behold ye! this very coat upon my back did cost me eight shillings the dearer for him, he bought up wool so largely." Slutkspearc. May it please your worship! if my father so ordercth, I go cheerfully. Sir Thomas. Thou art grown discreet and dutiful: I am fuin to command thy release, taking thy promise on oath, and some reasonable security, that thou wilt abstain and withhold in future from that idle and silly slut, that sly and sending giggler, Hannah Hathaway, with whom, to the heart ache of thy poor worthy tather, thou wantonly keepest company... Then did Sir Thomas ask Master Silas Gough for the Book of Life, bidding him deliver it into the right hand of Billy, with an eye upon him that he touch it with both lips; it being taught by the Jesuits, and caught too greedily out of their society and communion, that whoso toucheth it with one lip only, and thereafter swcareth falsely, can not be called a...show more

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  • Paperback | 574 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 29mm | 1,012g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236912217
  • 9781236912213