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" Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on ? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods do punish most when men do break, He touch'd her not. "
Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ... - Página 46
1778
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The works of Beaumont and Fletcher, with an intr. by G. Darley, Volumen1

Francis Beaumont - 1862
...of life, that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bel. Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods do punish most when men do break, He touch'd her not.—Take heed, Bellario,...
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The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher: The maid's tragedy; Philaster; A king ...

Francis Beaumont - 1866
...that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bel. Alas, he's mad ! Com*, will you lead me on? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods do punish most when men do break, He touch'd her not. — Take heed, Bellario,...
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The works of the British dramatists, selected, with notes, biographies, and ...

sir John Scott Keltie - 1870 - 80 páginas
...of life, that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely (xmrtesies, Bellario. lie!. Alas, he's l leave ne'er a piece of him bigger than a nut, aud bring him all to most to keep, And gods do punish most when men do break, Ho touch'd her not. — Take heed, Bellario,...
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Beaumont & Fletcher, Volumen1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1887
...of life, that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bel. Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on ? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods do punish most when men do break, He touched her not. — Take heed, Bellario,...
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The Best Elizabethan Plays

William Roscoe Thayer - 1890 - 611 páginas
...of life, that would b» glad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bel. Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on ? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods do punish most when men do break, He touched her not. — Take heed, Bellario,...
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The Best Elizabethan Plays ...

William Roscoe Thayer - 1895 - 609 páginas
...of life, that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bel. Alas, he's mad ! Come, will you lead me on? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods do punish most when men do break, He touched her not. — Take heed, Bellario,...
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The Maid's Tragedy, and Philaster

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1906 - 346 páginas
...discourse to all. Qi, teach. 97 these . . . courtezies. Qi, this . . . courtesie. Bell. Alas, hee's mad; come, will you lead me on ? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keepe, And gods to punish most when men do breake, 100 He toucht her not. — Take heede, Bellario,...
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The Oxford Treasury of English Literature: Growth of the drama

Grace Eleanor Hadow, William Henry Hadow - 1907 - 356 páginas
...of life, that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bel. Alas, he 's mad ! Come, will you lead me on ? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods do punish most when men do break, He touched her not. — Take heed, Bellario,...
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Elizabethan Drama ..., Volumen47

1910
...of life, that would be glad to die. Phi. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. Bel. Alas, he's mad! Come, will you lead me on? Phi. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods to punish most when men do break, He touch'd her not. — Take heed, Bellario,...
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Elizabethan Drama ..., Volumen47

1910
...of life, that would be glad to die. PHI. Leave these untimely courtesies, Bellario. BEL. Alas, he's mad! Come, will you lead me on? PHI. By all the oaths that men ought most to keep, And gods to punish most when men do break, He touch'd her not. — Take heed, Bellario*,...
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