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" III. Have Ia tongue to doom my brother's death, And shall that tongue give pardon to a slave ? My brother kill'd no man, his fault was thought; And yet his punishment was bitter death. Who sued to me for him ? who, in my wrath, Kneel'd at my feet, and... "
Specimens of Greek and Latin verse: chiefly translations - Page 76
by Charles Rann Kennedy - 1853 - 154 pages
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Archbishop Rotherham, Lord High Chancellor of England, and Chancellor of ...

Henry Leigh Bennett - 1901 - 212 pages
...Gairdner, in the " Dictionary of National Biography." The quotation is from the Croyland Historian. " Have Ia tongue to doom my brother's death, And shall that tongue give pardon to a slave ? Who sued to me for him ? Who in my wrath Kneeled at my feet and bade me be advised ? Who spoke of...
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Shakespeares Stellung zum Hause Lancaster

Wilhelm Büttner - Historical drama, English - 1904 - 106 pages
...wollte niemand sprechen, Noch sprach ich selbst mir für die arme Seelo, Verstockter! zu ...... *) Have Ia tongue to doom my brother's death, And shall...brother kill'd no man his fault was thought, And yet bis punishment was bitter death. Who sued to me for him? Wo in my wrath Kneel'd at my feet, and bade...
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Studies in Shakespeare

John Churton Collins - Dramatists, English - 1904 - 380 pages
...Chronicles, vol. iii. p. 755. 208 death, when he is asked to pardon Stanley's servant, Act ii. 2. Had Ia tongue to doom my brother's death And shall that tongue give pardon to a slave ? My brother kilI'd no man: . . . And yet his punishment was bitter death ; Who sued to me for him ? etc. Compare...
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The Tragedy of King Richard the Third, Volume 34

William Shakespeare - 1907 - 221 pages
...servant's life, Who slew to-day a riotous gentleman, 100 Lately attendant on the Duke of Norfolk. K. Edw. Have Ia tongue to doom my brother's death, And shall...thought; And yet his punishment was bitter death. 105 Who sued to me for him ? who, in my rage, Kneel'd at my feet, and bade me be advis'd ? Who spoke...
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Longmans' School Shakespeare: Consisting of Twelve of the Most Suitable ...

William Shakespeare - 1908 - 816 pages
...DEE. The forfeit, sovereign, of my servant's life; Lately attendant on the Duke of Norfolk. K. EDW. Have Ia tongue to doom my brother's death, And shall that tongue give pardon to a slave ? My brother slew no man; his fault was thought, And yet his punishment was cruel death. 105 The mighty Warwick,...
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The Tragedy of Richard the Third: With the Landing of Earle Richmond, and ...

William Shakespeare - English drama - 1908 - 641 pages
...meaning is that the King, to whom the servant's life is due, will transfer this forfeit to Stanley. My Brother kill'd no man, his fault was Thought, And yet his punifhment was bitter death. Who fued to me for him ? Who (in my wrath) Kneel'd and my feet, and bid...
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The Tragedy of Richard the Third: With the Landing of Earle Richmond, and ...

William Shakespeare - English drama - 1908 - 641 pages
...meaning is that the King, to whom the servant's life is due, will transfer this forfeit to Stanley. My Brother kill'd no man, his fault was Thought, And yet his punifliment was bitter death. Who fued to me for him ? Who (in my wrath) Kneel'd and my feet, and bid...
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Lee, Shakespeare and a Tertium Quid

Sir Granville George Greenwood - 1923 - 191 pages
...when he is told by the Duke of Gloucester that Clarence has been put to death—the speech commencing, Have Ia tongue to doom my brother's death, And shall that tongue give pardon to a slave ? The reader will also remember that the most beautiful line in that beautiful speech is the one that...
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The Works of Shakespeare: Richard III

William Shakespeare - 1907
...life, Who slew to-day a riotous gentleman, Lately attendant on the Duke of Norfolk. 95 100 K. Edw. Have Ia tongue to doom my brother's death, And shall...bitter death. Who sued to me for him ? who, in my rage, Kneel'd at my feet, and bade me be advis'd ? Who spoke of brotherhood ? who spoke of love ? Who...
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Shakespeare's History Plays: the Family and the State

Robert B. Pierce - Domestic drama, English - 1971 - 261 pages
...literary knowledge. One such moment is King Edward's lament when he discovers that Clarence is dead; Have Ia tongue to doom my brother's death, And shall...was bitter death. Who sued to me for him? who, in my rage, Kneel'd at my feet, and hade me be advis'd? Who spoke of brotherhood? who spoke of love? (ILL...
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