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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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Government Regulation of the Elizabethan Drama

Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve - Theater - 1908 - 259 pages
...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...wills, as deities,' &c. This is a peece taken out of Philip Messinger's play called The King and the Subject, and entered here for ever to bee remembered...
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Shakespeare's Theater

Ashley Horace Thorndike - Theater - 1916 - 472 pages
...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...wills, as deities,' &c. This is a peece taken out of Philip Messinger's play called The King and the Subject, and entered here for ever to bee remembered...
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Criticism and Compliment: The Politics of Literature in the England of Charles I

Kevin Sharpe - History - 1990 - 309 pages
...And force you to subscribe to blanks, in which Wee'le mulct you as we shall think fit. The Caesars In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes But what their swords did ratifye . . . (Adams, Dramatic Records of Herbert, p. 23) 185 Ibid., p. 66. 186 Bentley, Jacobean and Caroline...
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Theatre and Government Under the Early Stuarts

J. R. Mulryne, Margaret Shewring, Mulryne J. R. - Drama - 1993 - 271 pages
...taken out of Philip Massinger's play, called The King and the Subject, and entered here forever to be remembered by my son and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of King Charles, my master, who reading over the play at Newmarket, set his mark upon the place with his...
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English Professional Theatre, 1530-1660

Antoine Joseph - Drama - 2000 - 714 pages
...taken out of Phillip Massinger's play called The Kiny and the Subject. and entered here forever to be remembered by my son and those that cast their eyes on it, in honour of King Charles, my master, who reading over the play at Newmarket, set his mark upon the place with his...
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Renaissance Drama

Sandra Clark - History - 2007 - 224 pages
...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...the senators bowinge to Their wills, as deities, &c. Herbert also recorded his master's comment on the lines: 'This is too insolent, and to bee changed'....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 85, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1815
...blanks, in which We'le mulct you as wee shall think fitt. The Caesars In Rome were wise, acknowledging no lawes But what their swords did ratifye", the wives..., ., Their wills, as deities," &c. • "This is a peeee taken out of Philip Messinger's play called The King and tha Subject, and entered here for ever...
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The Journal of English and Germanic Philology

English philology - 1911
...mulct you as wee shall thinke fitt. The Caesars In Rome were wise, acknowledginge no lawes But that their swords did ratifye, the wives And daughters...the senators bowinge to Their wills, as deities, &c. 4 This MS. has had a curious history. It apparently escaped (with the loss of a leaf) from the destructive...
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