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King Richard Iii

By: William Shakespeare

...ATIS PERSONAE KING EDWARD The Fourth: (KING EDWARD IV:) EDWARD: Prince of Wales, (PRINCE EDWARD:) afterwards King Edward V., and RICHARD: Duke of... ... of YORK : Mother to King Edward IV. LADY ANNE : Widow of Edward Prince of Wales, son to King Henry VI.; afterwards married to Richard. A young Dau... ...s ours by murder, to make him a king! Edward thy son, which now is Prince of Wales, For Edward my son, which was Prince of Wales, Die in his youth by ... ... is princely Richmond now? CHRISTOPHER: At Pembroke, or at Harford west, in Wales. DERBY: What men of name resort to him? CHRISTOPHER: Sir Walter H...

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King Henry Vi, Part Ii

By: William Shakespeare

...ird, my lords, had seven sons: The first, Edward the Black Prince, Prince of Wales; The second, William of Hatfield, and the third, Lionel Duke of Cla...

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The Life and Death of King Richard the Second

By: William Shakespeare

...m the last of noble Edwards sonnes, 819 Of whom thy Father Prince of Wales was first, 820 In warre was neuer Lyon rag’d more fierce: 821 ...

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The Tragedie of Cymbeline

By: William Shakespeare

... 1527 To this same blessed Milford. And by’th’ way 1528 Tell me how Wales was made so happy, as 1529 T’ inherite such a Hauen. But first of...

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The Second Part of Henry the Sixth

By: William Shakespeare

...had seuen Sonnes: 970 The first, Edward the Black- Prince, Prince of Wales; 971 The second, William of Hatfield; and the third, 972 L...

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Collected Poems of Alexander Pope : The Reader's Library, Volume 12

By: Alexander Pope; Neil Azevedo, Editor

...f St. Francis Xavier On a Picture of Queen Caroline Epigram Engraved on the Collar of a Dog Which I Gave to His Royal Highness Frederick, Prince of Wales Lines Written in Evelyn’s Book on Coins Epigram (“Did Milton’s prose...”) Epigram (“Should Dennis print...”) Mr. J. M. Smythe Epigram on Mr. Moore’s Going to Law with Mr. Giliver Epigram (“A gold watch found...”) ...

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A Courageous Battle

By: Susan Bracken

...rns and then back down to Alice Springs. I bussed and hiked into New South Wales where there are almost no towns, only set- 230 SUSAN BRACKEN tlers o... ...ithdignity.ca {info@dyingwithdignity.ca} Dying with Dignity NSW (New South Wales), Broadway, N.S.W ., Australia; www .dwdnsw .org.au; (02) 9212-4782 ...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

... music Yupho 1960. Morton 1974; 1976. Phutharaporn 1998. 44. Davis 1976. Wales 1983. Rajadhon 1961; 1968. Tambiah 1969; 1970. Davis 1976. Klausner ... ... music Yupho 1960. Morton 1974; 1976. Phutharaporn 1998. 44. Davis 1976. Wales 1983. Rajadhon 1961; 1968. Tambiah 1969; 1970. Davis 1976. Klausner ... ...1st Century. NGO-Coordinating Committee on Rural Development. Bangkok. Wales, H. G. Quaritch 1983. Divination in Thailand. The Hopes and Fears of ...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

... of Education Harris, Dr. Davis; Timothy Dwight, D.D., LL.D.; the Prince of Wales, the Marquis of Lome, His Majesty, His Grace; the Apostle to the ...

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Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands

By: J. W. Buel

...tist, John Reinhold Foster and his son, naturalists, William Baily and William Wales, astronomers, and a historiographer. IN A REGION OF INTENSE COLD.... ...third; all except one were broken by the fall, or in some measure defaced. Mr. Wales measured this one, and found it to be fifteen feet in length, and...

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In the Midst of Life; Tales of Soldiers and Civilians

By: Ambrose Bierce

... anticipate and parallel Ernest Hemingway's later arrival, whereas the civilian tales later influence horror writers. (Summary by Wikipedia and David Wales)...

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Phillips Brooks

By: Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe

...degree by the University of Oxford, England (1885). He is known for being the lyricist of O Little Town of Bethlehem. (Summary by Wikipedia and David Wales)...

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Faces and Places

By: Henry W. Lucy

...terest in the 1871 trial of the Tichborne Claimant; The Battle of Merthyr contains an eye-witness account of the Merthyr Riots of 1831; The Prince of Wales paints a portrait of the future King Edward VII.<P/>Lucy, who also wrote as Toby, M.P. for the satirical magazine Punch, loved to poke gentle fun, particularly at the establishment, and this is especially evident in A P...

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Le Morte Darthur

By: Thomas Malory

...o make war, and to aid after their power; that is to wit, the lord of West Wales promised to bring thirty thousand men, and Sir Uwaine, Sir Ider his s... ...tressed many of our knights, among whom was slain Sir Gherard, a knight of Wales. Then our knights took heart to them, and slew many Saracens. And the...

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King Richard Ii

By: William Shakespeare

...cond Herald:) (Gardener:) (Keeper:) (Groom:) (Servant:) SCENE: England and Wales. 4 KING RICHARD II ACT I SCENE I: London. KING RICHARD II’s palace. ... ... face. I am the last of noble Edward’s sons, Of whom thy father, Prince of Wales, was first: In war was never lion raged more fierce, In peace was nev... ...ngs past redress are now with me past care. [Exeunt.] SCENE IV: A camp in Wales. [Enter EARL OF SALISBURY and a Welsh Captain .] Captain: My lord of... ...ices: Awhile to work, and after holiday. [Exeunt.] SCENE II: The coast of Wales. A castle in view. [Drums; flourish and colors. Enter KING RICHARD II... ...gbroke’s fair day. [Exeunt.] Richard II, Act III, scene ii 44 SCENE III: Wales. Before Flint castle. [Enter, with drum and colors, HENRY BOLINGBROKE...

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Le Morte Darthur

By: Thomas Malory

...Sir Launcelot. So the varlet departed, and found the king and the queen in Wales, at Carlion. And as the king and the queen were at mass the varlet ca... ...ay, said Percivale, in this country I may not tarry, for I must needs into Wales. So Sir Percivale departed from Sir Tristram, and rode straight unto ... ... devised, that all the knights of this land, and of Cornwall, and of North Wales, should joust against all these countries, Ireland, Scotland, and the... ...d joust against all these countries, Ireland, Scotland, and the remnant of Wales, and the country 91 Le Morte Darthur – Book Ten of Gore, and Surluse... ...and he is as great a lover as I know, and he loveth the king’s daughter of Wales, a full fair lady. And now I suppose, said Sir Tristram, an ye requir... ...f Listinoise, the King of Northumberland, and the King of the best part of Wales, with many other countries. And these draw them to a 120 Thomas Malo... ...nd Sir Sadok smote down the King of North 123 Le Morte Darthur – Book Ten Wales, and gave him a wonder great fall, that there was a great cry on King... ...e down with a spear Sir Dinadan, and the King of Scotland, and the King of Wales, and the King of Northumberland, and the King of Listinoise. So then ... ...ote down the King’s son of Scots; and Sir Lucanere ran against the King of Wales, and they brake their spears all to pieces; and they were so fierce b...

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Cymbeline

By: Dramatis Personae

...sense—how far it is To this same blessed Milford: and by the way Tell me how Wales was made so happy as To inherit such a haven: but first of all, How... ...’s no more to say, Accessible is none but Milford way. [Exeunt.] SCENE III: Wales: a mountainous country with a cave. [Enter, from the cave, BELARIUS... ...fool’s speed Be cross’d with slowness; labor be his meed! [Exit.] SCENE VI: Wales. Before the cave of Belarius. [Enter IMOGEN, in boy’s clothes .] IM... ...e : We will discharge our duty. [Exeunt.] ACT IV SCENE I: Wales: near the cave of Belarius. [Enter CLOTEN.] CLOTEN: I am near to t... ...ear’d: Fortune brings in some boats that are not steer’d. [Exit.] SCENE IV: Wales: before the cave of Belarius. [Enter BELARIUS, GUIDERIUS, and ARVIR...

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Le Morte Darthur

By: Thomas Malory

...r Ector de Maris, that had seven years sought all En- gland, Scotland, and Wales, seeking his brother, Sir Launcelot. 27 Le Morte Darthur – Book Twen...

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A Shropshire Lad

By: Alfred Edward Housman

...English gate: The vanquished eve, as night prevails, Bleeds upon the road to Wales. Ages since the vanquished bled Round my mother’s marriage bed; 10 ...

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Le Morte Darthur

By: Thomas Malory

...ng Arthur, and in especial by the queen, to seek through- out all England, Wales, and Scotland, to find Sir Launcelot, and with them rode eighteen kni...

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