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" Higher than hills of earth, and lend a voice Loud as your thunder to me, that from thence I may discourse to all the under-world The worth that dwells in him ! Pha. How's this? "
Bell's British Theatre - Page 72
edited by - 1797
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The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Volume 1

Francis Beaumont - 1750
...Metre, has it, carthft: by the Authority of which I have reform'd the Text. • "Bel. My Lord, fome Man "Weary of Life, that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave thefe untimely Courtefies, Bellario. Bel. Alas! he's mad; come, will you lead me on ? Phi. By all the...
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Rule a Wife and Have a Wife: A Comedy

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1777 - 66 pages
...life, that would be glad to die. Pbi. Leave thefe untimely courtefies, Bellario. Bel. Alas ! he'« mad ; come, will you lead me on ? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought moil to keep, And gods do punifh molt, when men do break, He touch'd her not. Take heed, Bellario,...
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The Dramatick Works of George Colman ...: Philaster. King Lear. Epicoene; or ...

George Colman - 1777
...difcourfe to all the under-world The worth that dwells in him ! Pha. How's this ? Bel. My lord, fome man Weary of life, that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave thefe untimely courtefies, 3ellario. Bel. Alas ! he's mad ; come, will you lead me on ? Phi.ty all...
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Bell's British Theatre, Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

John Bell - 1778
...My Lord, fsme man ' " Weary of life, that would be gladtodfe. Phi. Leave thefe untimely courtefies, Bellario. Bel. Alas ! he's mad ; come, will you lead me on ? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought moft to keep, And gods do punifti moft, when men do break, He touch'd her not. Take heed, Bellario,...
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Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ...

1778
...life, that would be glad to die. ' " Pbi. Leave thefe untimely courtefies, Bellario. Eel. Alas ! he'i mad ; come, will you lead me on ? phi. By all the oaths that men ought moft to keep, And gods do punifh moft, when men do break, He touch'd her not. Take heed, Bellario,...
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The British drama, Volume 1

British drama - 1804
...from thence I may discourse to all the under-world Hie worth, that dwells in him ! Pha. How's this? Bel. My lord, some man Weary of life, that would be...die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bei. Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on? ΠΛ/. By all the oaths, that men ought most to keep,...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Tragedies

1804
...worth, that dwells in him ! PAO. How's this? Be/. My lord, some man Veary of life, that would be giad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bel. Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on? PA i. I3y all the oaths, that men ought most to keep, \nd sods to punish most, when men do break, le...
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The British drama, Volume 1

British drama - 1804
...weigh down I may discourse to all the under-world The worth, that dwells in him ! Pha. How's this ? Bel. My lord, some man Weary of life, that would be glad to die. PAi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellnrio. Sel. Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on? PAi....
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Volume 1

1811
...from thence I may discourse to all the under-world The worth that dwells in him ! PA a. How's this ? is better Than if you had not frown'd; it comes to...mercy at the block : And when I leave To serve you wit / .'• .'- Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on? PAi. By all the oaths, that men ought most...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher, Volume 2

Ben Jonson, John Fletcher, Francis Beaumont - 1811
...from thence I may discourse to all the under-world The worth that dwells in him! Pha. "How's jhis? Bel. My lord, some man Weary of life, that would be...die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. [me on? Bel. Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to kev-p,...
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