Comedies, Histories and Tragedies

 
9781235948619: Comedies, Histories and Tragedies

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1623 Excerpt: ...and let them know Of what a Mouarchie you are the Head: Selfe-loue, my Liege, is not so vile a fiune, As selfe-negleeting. Enter Ereter. King. From our Brother of England? Ere. From him, and thus he greets your Maiestie 1 He wills you in the Name of God Almiglitie, That you deuest you-r felfe, and lay apart The borrowed Glories, that by gift of I-leauen, By Law of Nature, and 'of Nations, longs To him and to his I-Ieires, namely, the Crowne, And all wide,-stretched Honors, that pertaine By Custome, and the Ordinance of Times, Vnto the Crowne of France: that you may-know 'Tis no sinistor, nor no awk-ward Clayme, Pickt from the worme-holes of long-vanisht dayes, Nor from the dust of old Obliuion rakt, He sends you this most memorable Lyne, In euery Branch truly demonttratiue; Willing you ouer-looke this Pedigree: And when you find him euenly deriu'd From his most fam'd, of famous Ancestors, V Edward the third; he bids you then resigne Your Ci-owne and Kingdome, indirefitly held From him, the Natiue and true Challenger. King. Or else what followes? Exe. Bloody conltraint: for if you. hide the Crom-ne Euen in your hearts, there will he rake foc it. Therefore in fierce Tempeit is he comming, In Thunder and in Earth-quake, like a loue: That if requiring faile, he will compell. And bids you, in the Bowels of the Lord, Deliuer vp the Ci-owne, and' to take mercie On the poore Soule:, for whom this hungry YVarre Opens his vastie lawes: and on your head Turning the Widdowes Teares, the Orphans Cryes, The dead-inens Blood, the priuy Maidens Groanes, For Husbands, Fathers, and betrothad Louers, That shall be swallowed in this Controuersie.. This is his Clayme, his Threatning, and my Mefibge: Vnlesse the Dolphin be in presence here; To whom expressely I bring greeting to...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 74 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1623 Excerpt: . . . and let them know Of what a Mouarchie you are the Head: Selfe-loue, my Liege, is not so vile a fiune, As selfe-negleeting. Enter Ereter. King. From our Brother of England Ere. From him, and thus he greets your Maiestie 1 He wills you in the Name of God Almiglitie, That you deuest you-r felfe, and lay apart The borrowed Glories, that by gift of I-leauen, By Law of Nature, and of Nations, longs To him and to his I-Ieires, namely, the Crowne, And all wide, -stretched Honors, that pertaine By Custome, and the Ordinance of Times, Vnto the Crowne of France: that you may-know Tis no sinistor, nor no awk-ward Clayme, Pickt from the worme-holes of long-vanisht dayes, Nor from the dust of old Obliuion rakt, He sends you this most memorable Lyne, In euery Branch truly demonttratiue; Willing you ouer-looke this Pedigree: And when you find him euenly deriud From his most famd, of famous Ancestors, V Edward the third; he bids you then resigne Your Ci-owne and Kingdome, indirefitly held From him, the Natiue and true Challenger. King. Or else what followes Exe. Bloody conltraint: for if you. hide the Crom-ne Euen in your hearts, there will he rake foc it. Therefore in fierce Tempeit is he comming, In Thunder and in Earth-quake, like a loue: That if requiring faile, he will compell. And bids you, in the Bowels of the Lord, Deliuer vp the Ci-owne, and to take mercie On the poore Soule: , for whom this hungry YVarre Opens his vastie lawes: and on your head Turning the Widdowes Teares, the Orphans Cryes, The dead-inens Blood, the priuy Maidens Groanes, For Husbands, Fathers, and betrothad Louers, That shall be swallowed in this Controuersie. . This is his Clayme, his Threatning, and my Mefibge: Vnlesse the Dolphin be in presence here; To whom expressely I bring greeting to. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781235948619

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