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" And, with the blood of their poor subjects, purchase Increase of empire, and augment their cares In keeping that which was by wrongs extorted, Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests ; we, that would be known The father of our people,... "
An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Coast of Sussex: Brighton ... - Page 216
by John Docwra Parry - 1833 - 435 pages
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The renegado. The bondman. The fatal dowry. The emperor of the East. The ...

Philip Massinger - 1779
...by wrongs extorted, Gilding unjuft Invafions with the trim Of glorious Conquefts ; We, that would be known The Father of our People in our Study And Vigilance for their Safety, muft not change . Their Plough-fhares into Swords, and force them frocn. The fccnre Shade of their...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger ...

Philip Massinger - English drama - 1805
...by wrongs extorted, Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests ; we, that would be known The father of our people, in our study And vigilance...not change Their ploughshares into swords, and force theiri from ..::.'"• The secure shade of their own vines, to be Scorched with the flames of war;...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: The maid of honour. The picture. The Emperor ...

Philip Massinger - Heraldic bookplates - 1813 - 347 pages
...custom, error, strife." Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests; we, that would be known The father of our people, in our study And vigilance...war ; or, for our sport, Expose their lives to ruin. Amb. Will you, then, In his extremity, forsake your friend? Rob. No ; but preserve ourself. Bert. Cannot...
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The Plays, Volume 3

Philip Massinger - 1813
...in his Forest: Of glorious conquests; we, that would be known Gilding unjust invasions with the trim The father of our people, in our study And vigilance...war; or, for our sport, Expose their lives to ruin. Amb. Will you, then, In his extremity, forsake your friend? Rob. No ; but preserve oufself. Bert. Cannot...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: Adapted for Family Reading, and the ..., Volume 1

Philip Massinger - 1830
...by wrongs extorted, Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests ; we, that would be known The father of our people, in our study And vigilance...war ; or, for our sport, Expose their lives to ruin. Amb. Will you, then, In his extremity, forsake your friend ? Rob. No ; but preserve ourself. Bert....
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The Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford

Philip Massinger - 1840 - 662 pages
...by wrongs extorted, Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests ; we, that would be ; my second wife divorced ; And which is worst, the...voyages are made now-a-days ! Besides these two fountai The secure shade of their own vines, to be [from Scorch'd with the ñames of war ; or, for our sport,...
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The Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford. With an Introduction, by Hartley ...

Philip Massinger - 1840 - 662 pages
...by wrongs extorted, Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests ; we, that would be known The father of our people, in our study And vigilance...change Their ploughshares into swords, and force them The secure shade of their own vines, to be [from Scorch'd with the flames of war ; or, for our sport,...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger,

Philip Massinger, William Gifford - 1840 - 529 pages
...extorted. Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests ; we, that would be known The lather of our people, in our study And vigilance for their safety, must not change Their ploughshares into ewords, and force them from The secure shade of their own vines, tn be Scorched with the flames of...
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The Practical Elocutionist: An Extensive Collection of Recitations, Selected ...

Conrad Hume Pinches - Elocution - 1854 - 444 pages
...by wrongs extorted, Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests ; we, that would be known The father of our people, in our study And vigilance...war ; or, for our sport, Expose their lives to ruin. Amb. Will you, then, In his extremity, forsake your friend ? Bob. No ; but preserve ourself. Bert....
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: With Notes, Critical and Explanatory

Philip Massinger, William Gifford - English drama - 1856 - 529 pages
...extorted, Gilding unjust invasions with the trim Of glorious conquests ; we. that would be known The lather of our people, in our study And vigilance for their safety, must not change Their ploughshares into »words, and force them from The secure shade of their own vines, to be Scorched with the flames of...
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