‘had seen ‘<br>

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Personal ID: 1590

‘had seen ‘, 9 letters

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The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…air in elsinore well teach you to drink deep ere you depart hor my lord i came to see your fathers funeral ham i prithee do not mock me fellow student i think it was to see my mothers wedding hor indeed my lord it followed hard upon ham thrift thrift horatio the funeral bakd meats did coldly furnish forth the marriage tables would i had met my dearest foe in heaven or ever i had seen that day horatio my father methinks i see my father hor o where my lord ham in my minds eye horatio hor i saw him once he was a goodly king ham he was a man take him for all in all i shall not look upon his like again hor my lord i think i saw him yesternight ham saw who hor my lord the king your father ham the king my father hor season your admiration for a while …

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…hine evermore most dear lady whilst this machine is to him hamlet this in obedience hath my daughter shown me and more above hath his solicitings as they fell out by time by means and place all given to mine ear king but how hath she receivd his love pol what do you think of me king as of a man faithful and honourable pol i would fain prove so but what might you think when i had seen this hot love on the wing as i perceivd it i must tell you that before my daughter told me what might you or my dear majesty your queen here think if i had playd the desk or table book or given my heart a winking mute and dumb or lookd upon this love with idle sight what might you think no i went round to work and my young mistress thus i did bespeak lord hamlet is…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

… on priam out out thou strumpet fortune all you gods in general synod take away her power break all the spokes and fellies from her wheel and bowl the round nave down the hill of heaven as low as to the fiends pol this is too long ham it shall to the barbers with your beard prithee say on hes for a jig or a tale of bawdry or he sleeps say on come to hecuba play but who o who had seen the mobled queen ham the mobled queen pol thats good mobled queen is good play run barefoot up and down threatning the flames with bisson rheum a clout upon that head where late the diadem stood and for a robe about her lank and all oerteemed loins a blanket in the alarm of fear caught up who this had seen with tongue in venom steepd gainst fortunes state would tre…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

… tale of bawdry or he sleeps say on come to hecuba play but who o who had seen the mobled queen ham the mobled queen pol thats good mobled queen is good play run barefoot up and down threatning the flames with bisson rheum a clout upon that head where late the diadem stood and for a robe about her lank and all oerteemed loins a blanket in the alarm of fear caught up who this had seen with tongue in venom steepd gainst fortunes state would treason have pronouncd but if the gods themselves did see her then when she saw pyrrhus make malicious sport in mincing with his sword her husbands limbs the instant burst of clamour that she made unless things mortal move them not at all would have made milch the burning eyes of heaven and passion in the gods…

The Tragedy Of Macbeth

…his is a sorry sight looks on his hands lady macbeth a foolish thought to say a sorry sight macbeth theres one did laugh in s sleep and one cried “murther” that they did wake each other i stood and heard them but they did say their prayers and addressd them again to sleep lady macbeth there are two lodged together macbeth one cried “god bless us” and “amen” the other as they had seen me with these hangmans hands listening their fear i could not say “amen” when they did say “god bless us” lady macbeth consider it not so deeply macbeth but wherefore could not i pronounce “amen” i had most need of blessing and “amen” stuck in my throat lady macbeth these deeds must not be thought after these ways so it will make us mad macbeth i heard a voice cry …

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…ooth a great arithmetician one michael cassio a florentine a fellow almost damnd in a fair wife that never set a squadron in the field nor the division of a battle knows more than a spinster unless the bookish theoric wherein the toged consuls can propose as masterly as he mere prattle without practice is all his soldiership but he sir had the election and i of whom his eyes had seen the proof at rhodes at cyprus and on other grounds christian and heathen must be beleed and calmd by debitor and creditor this counter caster he in good time must his lieutenant be and i god bless the mark his moorships ancient roderigo by heaven i rather would have been his hangman iago why theres no remedy tis the curse of service preferment goes by letter and af…

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

…or too may she give that iago her honor is an essence thats not seen they have it very oft that have it not but for the handkerchief othello by heaven i would most gladly have forgot it thou saidst o it comes oer my memory as doth the raven oer the infected house boding to all he had my handkerchief iago ay what of that othello thats not so good now iago what if i had said i had seen him do you wrong or heard him say as knaves be such abroad who having by their own importunate suit or voluntary dotage of some mistress convinced or supplied them cannot choose but they must blab othello hath he said anything iago he hath my lord but be you well assured no more than hell unswear othello what hath he said iago faith that he did i know not what he d…

King Richard III

…e of these our friends something against our meanings have prevented because my lord i would have had you heard the traitor speak and timorously confess the manner and the purpose of his treasons that you might well have signified the same unto the citizens who haply may misconster us in him and wail his death mayor but my good lord your graces words shall serve as well as i had seen and heard him speak and do not doubt right noble princes both but ill acquaint our duteous citizens with all your just proceedings in this cause gloucester and to that end we wishd your lordship here t avoid the the the censures of the carping world buckingham which since you come too late of our intent yet witness what you hear we did intend and so my good lord ma…

The Winters Tale

…chargd in honour and by him that i think honourable therefore mark my counsel which must be evn as swiftly followed as i mean to utter it or both yourself and me cry lost and so goodnight polixenes on good camillo camillo i am appointed him to murder you polixenes by whom camillo camillo by the king polixenes for what camillo he thinks nay with all confidence he swears as he had seen t or been an instrument to vice you tot that you have touchd his queen forbiddenly polixenes o then my best blood turn to an infected jelly and my name be yokd with his that did betray the best turn then my freshest reputation to a savour that may strike the dullest nostril where i arrive and my approach be shunnd nay hated too worse than the greatst infection that…