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" I cannot, I, no, no ! it will not be. This is the cause that I could never yet Hang on their sleeves that weigh, as thou mayst see, A chip of chance more than a pound of wit. "
Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry - Page 36
by Henry Headley - 1787
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The Poetical Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt

Sir Thomas Wyatt, George Gilfillan - 1858 - 211 pages
...that cannot lie and feign ; The lecher a lover ; and tyranny To be the right of a prince's reign : I cannot, I; no, no! it will not be. This is the cause that I could never yet Hang on their sleeves that weigh, as thou mayst see, A chip of chance...
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The Town: Its Memorable Characters and Events

Leigh Hunt - London (England) - 1859 - 449 pages
...rude, that cannot lye and Uynr, The lecher a lover, AND TYHANur To BE RIOHI OF A PRINCE's RAIONE ; I cannot, I ; — no, no ; — it will not be ; This is the cause that I could never yet Hang on their sleeves, that weigh, as thou maisl seei A chippc of chaunce...
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Tottel's Miscellany: Songes and Sonnettes

Henry Howard Earl of Surrey, Sir Thomas Wyatt, Nicholas Grimald - English poetry - 1870 - 272 pages
...not lye and faine : The letcher a louer, and tyranny To be the right of a Prynces rayghne. I can not, I no, no, it will not be. This is the caufe that I could neuer yet Hang on their fleues, that weygh (as thou mayft fe) A chippe of chance more then a pounde...
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Illustrations of Early English Poetry: Tottel's Miscellany; Turberbille's ...

John Payne Collier - English poetry - 1870
...not lye and fainc : The leteher a louer, and tyranny To be the right of a Prynces rayghne. I can not, I no, no, it will not be. This is the caufe that I could neuer yet Hang on their fleues, that weygh (as thou mayft fe) A chippe of chance more then a pounde...
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The poetical works of sir Thomas Wyatt. The text ed. by C.C. Clarke

Sir Thomas Wyatt - 1879
...rude, that cannot lie and feign; The lecher a lover; and tyranny To be the right of a prince's reign: I cannot, I; no, no! it will not be. This is the cause that I could never yet Hang on their sleeves that weigh, as thou mayst see, A chip of chance...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey ...

Sir Thomas Wyatt - English poetry - 1880
...that cannot lie and feign ; The lecher a lover ; and tyranny To be the right of a prince's reign : I cannot I, no, no, it will not be. This is the cause that I could never yet Hang on their sleeves that weigh, as thou mayst see, A chip of chance...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and ..., Volume 1

Cassell, ltd - 1883
...that cannot lie and feign ; The lecher, a lover ; and tyranny To be the right of a prince's reign. I cannot, I, no, no ! it will not be. This is the cause that I could never yet Hang on their sleeves that weigh, as thou mayst see, A chip of chance...
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Neuenglisches Lesebuch: Zur einrunrung in das studium der ..., Volume 1

Ewald Flügel - English language - 1895 - 547 pages
...rude that cannot lye & faygn the letcher a lover: and tirannye to be the right of a prynces reigne I cannot I no no it will not be this is the cause that I could never yet hang on their slevis that way as thou maist se [fol.4(;b.| A chipp of...
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Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - English literature - 1897 - 329 pages
...pitifull, and him true and plaine, That rayleth rechless unto eche mans shame. Say he is rude, that can not lye and fayne ; The lecher a lover ; and tyranny To be right of a princes raigne : I can not I, no no, it wyll not be. ... I am not now in Fraunce, to judge the wine,...
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Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - English literature - 1897 - 329 pages
...pitifull, and him true and plaine, That rayleth rechless unto eche mans shame. Say he is rude, that can not lye and fayne ; The lecher a lover ; and tyranny To be right of a princes raigne : I can not I, no no, it wyll not be. ... I am not now in Fraunce, to judge the wine,...
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