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Such as they are, or naught or litle worth, ... Deigne to accept,and therewith we
beseech, That nouelty giue price to worthlesie things, Twntothis speach one ofthe
Gentlemen answered as followed. O O. D. Ladies vnacquaint with cunning ...
That slander enuious ignorance did raise, With Muses still we entercourse allowe
, Tenrich our state with all there forcine fraight: | But neuer homage nor
acknowledgement - Such as of Subiects alleageance doth require. Now heere
the cause ...
... omission: or fitted their affing by fome alteration. With anote in the ends, of such
shea. ches as were penned by others in lue of some of these *ereafter following. -
| | The argument ofthe * .." Tragedie, fabanquetmadeby otheroendoges for the.
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An interesting but by no means essential play performed (probably for it’s one and only time) in front of Queen Elizabeth I in 1588 at Greenwich. The sources for the play were Geoffrey of Monmouths ... Les hele vurderingen