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The liberal mind and brave heart of the Prince of Wales are beautifully marked in
the following fpeech , where he makes a generous encomium on Hotspur , and
sends him a spirited defiance to single combat , at the same tinie . Prince to ...
But as Shakespeare has opened enough of this Prince ' s character , here , to
supply sufficient materials for the comparison , and that his unfortunate rival is
just sain , I thought the Parallel might have a better effect on the mind of my
Prince . It doth me , though it discolours the complexion of my greatness to
acknowledge it . Doth it not thew vilely in me , now , to defire small beer ? ... Why ,
a Prince should not be fo loosely ftudied , as to remember so weak a composition
Poins , being piqued at the Prince ' s having exposed the shabbiness of his
wardrobe , replies : Poins . How ill it follows ... Tell me how many good young
princes would do so , their fathers lying fo fick as yours at this time is a Prince .
Shall I tell ...
The delicacy of the Prince ' s difficulty upon this occasion , in not being able to
manifest the concern he was really sensible of for his father ' s illneis , leit , from
the former complexion of his life and manners , he might be suspected of
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