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The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus

By: William Shakespeare

...ooke Competitors in loue? 637 I tell you Lords, you doe but plot your deaths, 638 By this deuise. 639 Chi. Aaron, a thousand death... ...n it the Emperour, 1986 Knocke at my dore, and tell me what he sayes. 1987 Clowne. God be with you sir, I will. Exit. 1988 Tit. C...

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The Tragedie of Macbeth

By: William Shakespeare

..., and Donalbaine: Malcolme awake, 831 Shake off this Downey sleepe, Deaths counterfeit, - 19 - The Tragedie of Macbeth Shakespeare: First Foli... ...pe about their neckes, 1986 Put on with holy Prayers, and ’tis spoken 1987 To the succeeding Royalty he leaues 1988 The healing Benedictio...

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The Life and Death of King Richard the Second

By: William Shakespeare

...t; 656 Though Richard my liues counsell would not heare, 657 My deaths sad tale, may yet vndeafe his eare. 658 Yor. No, it is stop... ...hands, here in the view of men, 1319 I will vnfold some causes of your deaths. 1320 You haue mis- led a Prince, a Royall King, 1321 A happ... ..., and not with Hands: those whom you curse 1498 Haue felt the worst of Deaths destroying hand, 1499 And lye full low, grau’d in the hollow gro... ... heauy on my Sword, 1986 That it shall render Vengeance, and Reuenge, 1987 Till thou the Lye- giuer, and that Lye, doe lye 1988 In earth a... ...s Death in this rude assalt? 2777 Villaine, thine owne hand yeelds thy deaths instrument, 2778 Go thou and fill another roome in hell. 2779 ...

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The First Part of Henry the Fourth. Edited by Frederic W. Moorman

By: William Shakespeare

...l the Debt he owes vnto you, 509 Euen with the bloody Payment of your deaths: 510 Therefore I say— 511 Wor. Peace Cousin, say no mo... ...end of Life cancells all Bands, 1978 And I will dye a hundred thousand Deaths, 1979 Ere breake the smallest parcell of this Vow. 1980 ... ...cotland hath sent word, 1986 That Dowglas and the English Rebels met 1987 The eleuenth of this moneth, at Shrewsbury: 1988 A mightie and ... ...of Henry the Fourth Shakespeare: First Folio 2033 many a man doth of a Deaths- Head, or a Memento Mori. 2034 I neuer see thy Face, but I thin... ...71 Dow. Talke not of dying, I am out of feare 2372 Of death, or deaths hand, for this one halfe yeare. 2373 Exeunt Omnes. [f3 S... ...e and stiffe 2936 Vnder the hooues of vaunting enemies, 2937 Whose deaths are vnreueng’d. Prethy lend me thy sword 2938 Fal. O Hal, I...

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The Merry Wiues of Windsor

By: William Shakespeare

...nds of Moneyes, 52 and Gold, and Siluer, is her Grand- sire vpon his deaths-bed, 53 (Got deliuer to a ioyfull resurrections) giue, when 5... ...e sequell (Master Broome) I suffered the pangs 1775 of three seuerall deaths: First, an intollerable fright, 1776 to be detected with a ieali... ...time. 1986 Mist.Page. Nay, but hee’l be heere presently: let’s go 1987 dresse him like the witch of Brainford. 1988 Mist.Ford. Il...

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The Second Part of Henry the Sixth

By: William Shakespeare

...Tis that they seeke; and they, in seeking that, 1042 Shall finde their deaths, if Yorke can prophecie. 1043 Salisb. My Lord, breake we of... ... Card. Did he not, contrary to forme of Law, 1353 Deuise strange deaths, for small offences done? 1354 Yorke. And did he not, in his... ...But that the guilt of Murther bucklers thee, 1922 And I should rob the Deaths- man of his Fee, 1923 Quitting thee thereby of ten thousand sham... ...to their Soueraigne: 1986 But you, my Lord, were glad to be imploy’d, 1987 To shew how queint an Orator you are. 1988 But all the Honor S... ...ercy, whil’st ’tis offered you, 2789 Or let a rabble leade you to your deaths. 2790 Who loues the King, and will imbrace his pardon, 2791 ...

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The Tragedie of Romeo and Juliet

By: William Shakespeare

... so deepe an O. 1907 Rom. Nurse. 1908 Nur. Ah sir, ah sir, deaths the end of all. 1909 Rom. Speak’st thou of Iuliet? how is i... ... the watch be set, 1986 Or by the breake of day disguis’d from hence, 1987 Soiourne in Mantua, Ile find out your man, 1988 And he shall s... ...he hath wedded. I will die, 2620 And leaue him all life liuing, all is deaths. 2621 Pa. Haue I thought long to see this mornings face, 26... ...igne yet 2948 Is Crymson in thy lips, and in thy cheekes, 2949 And Deaths pale flag is not aduanced there. 2950 Tybalt, ly’st thou there i...

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The Merchant of Venice

By: William Shakespeare

... 243 sadnesse in his youth.) I had rather to be marri-ed 244 to a deaths head with a bone in his mouth, then to ei-ther 245 of these: Go... ... which what harder? 1986 His Iewish heart. Therefore I do beseech you 1987 Make no more offers, vse no farther meanes, 1988 But with all b...

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The Winters Tale

By: William Shakespeare

...od time. 1986 Clo. Not a word, a word, we stand vpon our manners, 1987 Come, strike vp. 1988 Heere a Daunce of Shepheards and 1989 ... ...too soft for him 2661 (say I:) Draw our Throne into a Sheep- Coat? all deaths - 59 - The Winters Tale Shakespeare: First Folio 2662 are too f... ... 2968 Bohemia stops his eares, and threatens them 2969 With diuers deaths, in death. 2970 Perd. Oh my poore Father: 2971 The Heaue...

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The Tragedie of Cymbeline

By: William Shakespeare

...r, nay indeede, 1986 To be reueng’d vpon her. For, when Fooles shall— 1987 Enter Pisanio. 1988 Who is heere? What, are you packing sirrah?... ...e: 2516 Thus smiling, as some Fly had tickled slumber, 2517 Not as deaths dart being laugh’d at: his right Cheeke 2518 Reposing on a Cushi...

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The Tragedie of Anthonie and Cleopatra

By: William Shakespeare

...With very ignorance, we haue kist away 1986 Kingdomes, and Prouinces. 1987 Eno. How appeares the Fight? 1988 Scar. On our side, li... ...urposes, and being Royall 3601 Tooke her owne way: the manner of their deaths, 3602 I do not see them bleede. 3603 Dol. Who was last w...

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The First Part of Henry the Sixth. Edited by Louise Pound

By: William Shakespeare

...neuer shall reuiue: 27 Vpon a Woodden Coffin we attend; 28 And Deaths dishonourable Victorie, 29 We with our stately presence glorif... ...hat now begins to runne, 1986 Finish the processe of his sandy houre, 1987 These eyes that see thee now well coloured, 1988 Shall see thee... ...ne day. 2209 In thee thy Mother dyes, our Households Name, 2210 My Deaths Reuenge, thy Youth, and Englands Fame: 2211 All these, and more,...

... Hand, but conquered. Exe. We mourne in black, why mourn we not in blood? Henry is dead, and never shall revive: Upon a Woodden Coffin we attend; And Deaths dishonourable Victorie, We with our stately presence glorifie, Like Captives bound to a Triumphant Carre. What? shall we curse the Planets of Mishap, That plotted thus our Glories overthrow? Or shall we thinke the subt...

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The Tragedie of Julius C‘Sar

By: William Shakespeare

...he death of Princes 1020 Caes. Cowards dye many times before their deaths, 1021 The valiant neuer taste of death but once: 1022 Of all... ...nke: 1374 If I my selfe, there is no houre so fit 1375 As Caesars deaths houre; nor no Instrument 1376 Of halfe that worth, as those your... ... this corruption, 1986 And Chasticement doth therefore hide his head. 1987 Cassi. Chasticement? 1988 Bru. Remember March, the Ides...

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Loues Labour's Lost

By: William Shakespeare

... and his companions: warely 1986 I stole into a neighbour thicket by, 1987 And ouer- heard, what you shall ouer- heare: 1988 That by and b... ...Citterne head. 2564 Dum. The head of a bodkin. 2565 Ber. A deaths face in a ring. 2566 Lon. The face of an old Roman coine, sc...

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The Third Part of Henry the Sixth

By: William Shakespeare

...s that which takes hir heauy leaue? 1325 A deadly grone, like life and deaths departing. 1326 See who it is. 1327 Ed. And now the Batt... ...w with a fresh Supply. 1986 Yet ere thou go, but answer me one doubt: 1987 What Pledge haue we of thy firme Loyalty? 1988 War. This sh... ...from Winters pow’rfull Winde. 2817 These Eyes, that now are dim’d with Deaths black Veyle, 2818 Haue beene as piercing as the Mid- day Sunne, ... ... a Childe, 3046 Looke in his youth to haue him so cut off. 3047 As deathsmen you haue rid this sweet yong Prince. 3048 King. Away with...

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Twelfe Night, Or What You Will

By: William Shakespeare

... Clowne. 1986 Mar. Nay, I prethee put on this gown, & this beard, 1987 make him beleeue thou art sir Topas the Curate, doe it 1988 qu... ...nd I most iocund, apt, and willinglie, 2289 To do you rest, a thousand deaths would dye. 2290 Ol. Where goes Cesario? 2291 Vio. A...

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The Tragedy of Richard the Third

By: William Shakespeare

...omething into a slower method. 303 Is not the causer of the timelesse deaths 304 Of these Plantagenets, Henrie and Edward, 305 As bl... ...85 Shall for thy loue, kill a farre truer Loue, 386 To both their deaths shalt thou be accessary. 387 An. I would I knew thy heart. ... ..., may name the time, 1986 And in the Dukes behalfe Ile giue my Voice, 1987 Which I presume hee’le take in gentle part. 1988 Enter Glouces... ...endernesse, and milde compassion, 2712 Wept like to Children, in their deaths sad Story. 2713 O thus (quoth Dighton) lay the gentle Babes: 2...

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The Second Part of Henry the Fourth

By: William Shakespeare

...oines disguis’d. 1257 Fal. Peace (good Dol) doe not speake like a Deaths-head: 1258 doe not bid me remember mine end. 1259 Dol. S... ...f the Spurre, 1986 Their armed Staues in charge, their Beauers downe, 1987 Their eyes of fire, sparkling through sights of Steele, 1988 An...

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Measure, For Measure

By: William Shakespeare

...s habitation where thou keepst 1214 Hourely afflict: Meerely, thou art deaths foole, 1215 For him thou labourst by thy flight to shun, 1216 ... ...at beares the name of life? Yet in this life 1243 Lie hid moe thousand deaths; yet death we feare 1244 That makes these oddes, all euen. 1245... ...986 Whatsoeuer you may heare to the contrary, let Claudio be ex-ecuted 1987 by foure of the clocke, and in the afternoone Bernar-dine: 1988 ...

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