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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 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 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 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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