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" In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes " But what their swords did ratifye, the wives " And daughters of the senators bowinge to " Their wills, as deities, "
The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare - Page 240
by William Shakespeare - 1821
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The Plays of William Shakspeare: In Fifteen Volumes. With the ..., Volume 2

William Shakespeare - 1793
...acknowledginge no laives But what their fwords did ratifyc, the wives And daughters of the fenators bowingc to Their wills, as deities," &c. " This is a peece taken out of Phillip MefTingers play, called The King and the Subjecl, and enterd here for ever to bee rememberd by my fon...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 5

Charles Brockden Brown - American literature - 1806
...acknowledging no laws, But what their mordt did ratify. — Sir Henry• Herbert says, " I have entered this here, for ever to bee remembered by my son, and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of king Charles, my master, who, readinge over the play at Ne wmarket, sel his marke upon the place with...
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The Plays of William Shakespeare: In Twenty-one Volumes, with the ..., Volume 3

William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, George Steevens - 1813
...which We'le mulct you as wee shall thinke fitt. The Caesars ' In Rome were wise, ackndwledginge no lawes ' But what their swords did ratifye, the...and the Subject, and entered here for ever to bee rememberd by my son and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of Kinge Charles, my master, who,...
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Plays: Advertisement to the second edition. Introduction; Essay on the ...

Philip Massinger - 1813
...Philip Messenger's play called the King and the Subject, and enterd here for ever to bee re* memberd by my son and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of king Charles, my master, who readinge over the play at Newmarket, set his marke upon the place with...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger,: Advertisement to the second edition ...

Philip Massinger - 1813
...Philip Messenger's play called the King and the Subject, and enterd here for ever to bee rememberd by my son and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of king Charles, my master, who readinge over the play at Newmarket, set his marke upon the place with...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1815
...And force you to subscribe to blanks, in which We'le mulct you as wee shall think lilt . The Cesar* In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes But what...bowinge to Their wills, as deities," &c. "This is ayeece taken out of Philip Messingcr's play called The King and the Subject, and entered here for ever...
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Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles the First, King of ..., Volume 2

Isaac Disraeli - Great Britain - 1828
...who has afforded us this anecdote from his office-book, adds, " It is here entered for ever, to be remembered by my son, and those that cast their eyes on it in honour of King Charles my master." The courtly Master of the Revels might have been surprised that the King appeared...
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The History of English Dramatic Poetry to the Time of Shakespeare ..., Volume 2

John Payne Collier - English drama - 1831 - 488 pages
...Senators bowing to • Their wills as deities,' &c. ' This is a piece taken out of Phillip Massinger's ' play, called The King and the Subject, and entered ' here for ever to be remembered by my son, and those ' that cast their eyes upon it, in honour of King ' Charles, my...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger,

Philip Massinger, William Gifford - 1840 - 529 pages
...senators bowing to Their will, as deities,' " &c. "This is a peecc taken out of Philip Messenger's play called ' The King and the Subject,' and entered...and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of King Charles, my master, whoreadingc over the play at Newmarket, set his marke apon the place with...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger

Philip Massinger - 1840 - 529 pages
...senators bowing to Their will, as deities.' " &c. "This in a peecc taken out of Philip Messenger's play called 'The King and the Subject,' and entered here for ever to bee remembered by my ton and those that cast their eyes on it. in honour of King Charles, my master, who reu'lin^e over...
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