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" Bent to his root, which being at length made loose (Even groaning with his weight) he 'gan to nod This way and that, as loth his curled brows (Which he had oft wrapt in the sky with storms) Should stoop ; and yet, his radical fibres burst, Storm-like... "
Wonder of a kingdom; Old Fortunatus, by Thomas Dekker. Bussy D'Ambois ... - Seite 259
von Charles Wentworth Dilke - 1814
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1808
...with his weight) he 'gan to nod This way and that, as loth his curled brows (Which he had oft wrapt in the sky with storms) Should stoop ; and yet, his...So fell stout Barrisor, that had stood the shocks Of ten set battles in your highness' war 'Gainst the sole soldier of the world Navarre. Guise. O piteous...
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Specimens of English dramatic poets, who lived about the time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1813
...with his weight) he 'gan to nod This way and that, as loth his curled brows (Which he had oft wrapt in the sky with storms) Should stoop ; and yet, his radical fibres burst, Storms-like he fell, and hid the fear-cold earth : So fell stout Barrisor, that had stood the shocks...
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Wonder of a kingdom

Charles Wentworth Dilke - 1816
...D'Ambois; Pyrhot with Melynell; with Brisac, LTAnou : And then like flame and powder they couimixt, So sprightly, that I wish'd they had been spirits,...So fell stout Barrisor, that had stood the shocks Of ten set battles in your highness' war, 'Gainst the sole soldier of the world, Navarre f. * It is...
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the retrospective review

charles and henry baldwyn - 1821
...deserv'd. And for the other offer of remission, D'Ambois (that like a laurel put in fire, Sparkled and spit) did much, much more than scorn That his...So fell stout Barrisor, that had stood the shocks Of ten set battles in your highness' war, 'Gainst the sole soldier of the world, Navarre." The intrigue...
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The Retrospective Review, Band 4

1821
...at it, and thrice drew on thrusts From him, that of himself was free as fire ; VOL. IV. PART II. 2 A Who thrust still as he pluck'd, yet (past belief !)...So fell stout Barrisor, that had stood the shocks Of ten set battles in your highness' war, 'Gainst the sole soldier of the world, Navarre." The intrigue...
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The Retrospective Review

1821
...wound, Great D'Ambois shrunk, and gave a little ground ; But soon return'd, redoubled in his danger, Aad at the heart of Barrisor seal'd his anger : Then,...So fell stout Barrisor, that had stood the shocks Of ten set battles in your highness' war, 'Gainst the sole soldier of the world, Navarre." The intrigue...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of ..., Band 1

Charles Lamb - 1835
...with his weight) he 'gan to nod This way and that, as loth his curled brows (Which he had oft wrapt in the sky with storms) Should stoop ; and yet, his...So fell stout Barrisor, that had stood the shocks Of ten set battles in your highness' war 'Gainst the sole soldier of the world Navarre. Guite. O piteous...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of ..., Band 1

Charles Lamb - 1844
...with his weight) he 'gan to nod This way and that, as loth his curled brows (Which he had oft wrapt in the sky with storms) Should stoop ; and yet, his...So fell stout Barrisor, that had stood the shocks Of ten set battles in your highness' war 'Gainst the sole soldier of the world Navarre. Guise. O piteous...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1845
...with his weight) he 'gan to nod This way and that, as loth his curled brows (Which he had oft wrapt in the sky with storms) Should stoop ; and yet, his radical fibres burst, * One can hardly believe but that these lines were written after Milton had described his warring angels....
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1845 - 466 Seiten
...with his weight) he 'gan to nod This way and that, as loth his curled brows (Which he had oft wrapt in the sky with storms) Should stoop ; and yet, his radical fibres burst, * * One can hardly believe but that these lines were written after Miltoc had described his warring...
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