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Yet in this life If I do lose thee , I do lose a thing , ( life : - Lye hid more thousand
deaths ? o : yet death we fear , That ... art die atl's fool ; And , seeking death , find
life : Let it come on , For him thou labour ' 1t by thy fligit to fhun , Enter Isabella .
Your brother's death , I know , fits at your heart : Duke . I proteit I love the duke , as
I love my . And you may marvel , why I obscur'd myself , self . Labouring to save
his life ; and would not rather sing . Hark ! how the villain would close now ...
... that my end And , by the doom of death , end woes and all . Was wrought by
nature , noi by vile offence , - Duke . Merchant of Siracufi , pleal no more ; I'll utter
what my forrow gives me leave . I am not partial , to infringe our laws : In
... which battle was fought on Holyrood . day ( the 14th of September ) 1402 ; and
it cloles with the deteat and death of Houlpur at Shrewibu . ry ; which
engagement happened on Saturday the 2iit of July ( the eve of Saint Mary
Magdalen ) in the ...
--Pure , and take thy breath ; When fapless age , and weak unable limbs , I gave
thee life , and rescu'd thee from death . Should bring thy father to his drooping
chair . John . ( twice my father ! twice am I thy son : But , - mulignant and ill -
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