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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 Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford

Philip Massinger - 1840 - 662 pages
...the senators bowing to Their wills as deities, &c. " This is a piece taken out of Philip Massinger's our favour, hear be remembered by my son, and those that cast their eyes upon it, in honour of king Charles my master,...
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The Dramatic Works of Massinger and Ford. With an Introduction, by Hartley ...

Philip Massinger - 1840 - 662 pages
...the senators bowing to Their wills as deities, &c. " This is a piece taken out of Philip 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 master,...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: With Notes, Critical and Explanatory

Philip Massinger, William Gifford - English drama - 1856 - 529 pages
...to Their will, as deities,' " Ac. "This is a peece taken oat of Philip Messenger's play Called 'Ihe King and the Subject,' and entered here for ever to...and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of King Charles, my master, whoreadinge over die play at Newmarket, set his marke «pon the place with...
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Englische Studien, Volume 4

Comparative linguistics - 1881
...of the senators bowing to Their will, as deities.« This is a piece taken out of Philip Messenger'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 on it in honour of King Charles, my master,...
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About the Theatre: Essays and Studies

William Archer - Drama - 1886 - 350 pages
...And force you to subscribe to blanks, in which We'le mulct you as wee shall thinke fitt. The Cresars In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes But what...senators bowinge to Their wills, as deities," &c. In the year 1638 this passage had indeed an unpleasant relevance to certain measures of finance and...
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About the Theatre: Essays and Studies

William Archer - Drama - 1886 - 350 pages
...government nearer home than Spain. Sir Henry accordingly transcribes it at length in his note-book, "forever to bee remembered by my son and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of Kinge Charles, 1 Charles II., being reproved by a courtier forswearing, replied, " Your martyr swore twice more than...
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Skuespilkunstens historie ..

Karl Mantzius - Theater - 1897
...fitt. The Cæsars >) Det er, som det fremgaar af senere Notater, Davenants the Wits, der er Tale 124 In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes But what...of the senators bowinge to Their wills, as deities . . . At disse Ord i en Tid, hvor Konge og Undersaatter just ikke levede i den bedste Forslaaelse,...
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The Shakespearean period in England

Karl Mantzius - Theater - 1904
...And force you to subscribe to blanks, in which We'le mulct you as wee shall thinke fitt. The Caesars In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes But what their swords did ratifye, the wives And the daughters of the senators bowinge to Their wills, as deities. . . . At a time when King and subjects...
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A History of Theatrical Art in Ancient and Modern Times: The Shakespearean ...

Karl Mantzius - Theater - 1904
...And force you to subscribe to blanks, in which We'le mulct you as wee shall thinke fitt. The Caesars In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes But what their swords did ratifye, the wives And the daughters of the senators bowinge to Their wills, as deities. . . . At a time when King and subjects...
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Äussere geschichte der englischen theatertruppen in dem zeitraum von 1559 ...

Hermann Maas - English drama - 1907 - 283 pages
...force you to subscribe to blanks, in which » We' le mulct you as wee shall thinke fitt. The Caesars » In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes » But...the senators bowinge to » Their wills, as deities, » &. « This is a peece taken out of Phillip Messingers play, called The King and the Subject, and...
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