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‘was born ‘, 9 letters

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Cymbeline

…but had his titles by tenantius whom he servd with glory and admird success so gaind the sur addition leonatus and had besides this gentleman in question two other sons who in the wars o th time died with their swords in hand for which their father then old and fond of issue took such sorrow that he quit being and his gentle lady big of this gentleman our theme deceasd as he was born the king he takes the babe to his protection calls him posthumus leonatus breeds him and makes him of his bed chamber puts to him all the learnings that his time could make him the receiver of which he took as we do air fast as twas ministred and ins spring became a harvest livd in court which rare it is to do most praisd most lovd a sample to the youngest to th mo…

Cymbeline

…your offence herein too i durst attempt it against any lady in the world posthumus you are a great deal abusd in too bold a persuasion and i doubt not you sustain what yare worthy of by your attempt iachimo whats that posthumus a repulse though your attempt as you call it deserve more a punishment too philario gentlemen enough of this it came in too suddenly let it die as it was born and i pray you be better acquainted iachimo would i had put my estate and my neighbours on th approbation of what i have spoke posthumus what lady would you choose to assail iachimo yours whom in constancy you think stands so safe i will lay you ten thousand ducats to your ring that commend me to the court where your lady is with no more advantage than the opportun…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…cy at your most need help you swear ghost beneath swear they swear ham rest rest perturbed spirit so gentlemen with all my love i do commend me to you and what so poor a man as hamlet is may do t express his love and friending to you god willing shall not lack let us go in together and still your fingers on your lips i pray the time is out of joint o cursed spite that ever i was born to set it right nay come lets go together exeunt act ii scene i elsinore a room in the house of polonius enter polonius and reynaldo pol give him this money and these notes reynaldo rey i will my lord pol you shall do marvells wisely good reynaldo before you visit him to make inquire of his behaviour rey my lord i did intend it pol marry well said very well said lo…

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark

…n note of it the age is grown so picked that the toe of the peasant comes so near the heel of the courtier he galls his kibe how long hast thou been a grave maker clown of all the days i th year i came tot that day that our last king hamlet overcame fortinbras ham how long is that since clown cannot you tell that every fool can tell that it was the very day that young hamlet was born he that is mad and sent into england ham ay marry why was be sent into england clown why because a was mad a shall recover his wits there or if a do not tis no great matter there ham why clown twill not he seen in him there there the men are as mad as he ham how came he mad clown very strangely they say ham how strangely clown faith een with losing his wits ham upo…

The First Part Of King Henry The Fourth

… he hears owen glendower spoke of glend i cannot blame him at my nativity the front of heaven was full of fiery shapes of burning cressets and at my birth the frame and huge foundation of the earth shakd like a coward hot why so it would have done at the same season if your mothers cat had but kittend though yourself had never been born glend i say the earth did shake when i was born hot and i say the earth was not of my mind if you suppose as fearing you it shook glend the heavens were all on fire the earth did tremble hot o then the earth shook to see the heavens on fire and not in fear of your nativity diseased nature oftentimes breaks forth in strange eruptions oft the teeming earth is with a kind of colic pinchd and vexd by the imprisoning…

Second Part Of King Henry IV

…the scroll of youth that are written down old with all the characters of age have you not a moist eye a dry hand a yellow cheek a white beard a decreasing leg an increasing belly is not your voice broken your wind short your chin double your wit single and every part about you blasted with antiquity and will you yet call yourself young fie fie fie sir john falstaff my lord i was born about three of the clock in the afternoon with a white head and something a round belly for my voice i have lost it with hallooing and singing of anthems to approve my youth further i will not the truth is i am only old in judgment and understanding and he that will caper with me for a thousand marks let him lend me the money and have at him for the box of the ear …

The Life Of King Henry The Fifth

… not a boy left alive and the cowardly rascals that ran from the battle ha done this slaughter besides they have burned and carried away all that was in the kings tent wherefore the king most worthily hath causd every soldier to cut his prisoners throat o tis a gallant king fluellen ay he was porn at monmouth captain gower what call you the towns name where alexander the pig was born gower alexander the great fluellen why i pray you is not pig great the pig or great or the mighty or the huge or the magnanimous are all one reckonings save the phrase is a little variations gower i think alexander the great was born in macedon his father was called philip of macedon as i take it fluellen i think it is in macedon where alexander is porn i tell you …

The Life Of King Henry The Fifth

…is prisoners throat o tis a gallant king fluellen ay he was porn at monmouth captain gower what call you the towns name where alexander the pig was born gower alexander the great fluellen why i pray you is not pig great the pig or great or the mighty or the huge or the magnanimous are all one reckonings save the phrase is a little variations gower i think alexander the great was born in macedon his father was called philip of macedon as i take it fluellen i think it is in macedon where alexander is porn i tell you captain if you look in the maps of the orld i warrant you sall find in the comparisons between macedon and monmouth that the situations look you is both alike there is a river in macedon and there is also moreover a river at monmouth …

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…it thou art and never of the nevils noble race warwick but that the guilt of murder bucklers thee and i should rob the deathsman of his fee quitting thee thereby of ten thousand shames and that my sovereigns presence makes me mild i would false murdrous coward on thy knee make thee beg pardon for thy passed speech and say it was thy mother that thou meantst that thou thyself was born in bastardy and after all this fearful homage done give thee thy hire and send thy soul to hell pernicious blood sucker of sleeping men suffolk thou shalt be waking while i shed thy blood if from this presence thou darst go with me warwick away even now or i will drag thee hence unworthy though thou art ill cope with thee and do some service to duke humphreys ghost…

The Second Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…hese woods and durst not peep out for all the country is laid for me but now am i so hungry that if i might have a lease of my life for a thousand years i could stay no longer wherefore on a brick wall have i climbd into this garden to see if i can eat grass or pick a sallet another while which is not amiss to cool a mans stomach this hot weather and i think this word sallet was born to do me good for many a time but for a sallet my brain pain had been cleft with a brown bill and many a time when i have been dry and bravely marching it hath servd me instead of a quart pot to drink in and now the word sallet must serve me to feed on enter iden iden lord who would live turmoiled in the court and may enjoy such quiet walks as these this small inhe…

The Third Part Of King Henry The Sixth

…f any of the house of york is as a fury to torment my soul and till i root out their accursed line and leave not one alive i live in hell therefore rutland o let me pray before i take my death to thee i pray sweet clifford pity me clifford such pity as my rapiers point affords rutland i never did thee harm why wilt thou slay me clifford thy father hath rutland but twas ere i was born thou hast one son for his sake pity me lest in revenge thereof sith god is just he be as miserably slain as i ah let me live in prison all my days and when i give occasion of offence then let me die for now thou hast no cause clifford no cause thy father slew my father therefore die stabs him rutland di faciant laudis summa sit ista tuae dies clifford plantagenet i…

The Third Part Of King Henry The Sixth

… smooths the wrong inferreth arguments of mighty strength and in conclusion wins the king from her with promise of his sister and what else to strengthen and support king edwards place o margaret thus twill be and thou poor soul art then forsaken as thou wentst forlorn second keeper say what art thou that talkst of kings and queens king henry more than i seem and less than i was born to a man at least for less i should not be and men may talk of kings and why not i second keeper ay but thou talkst as if thou wert a king king henry why so i am in mind and thats enough second keeper but if thou be a king where is thy crown king henry my crown is in my heart not on my head not deckd with diamonds and indian stones not to be seen my crown is calld …

The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

…on both indifferently for let the gods so speed me as i love the name of honor more than i fear death cassius i know that virtue to be in you brutus as well as i do know your outward favor well honor is the subject of my story i cannot tell what you and other men think of this life but for my single self i had as lief not be as live to be in awe of such a thing as i myself i was born free as caesar so were you we both have fed as well and we can both endure the winters cold as well as he for once upon a raw and gusty day the troubled tiber chafing with her shores caesar said to me “darest thou cassius now leap in with me into this angry flood and swim to yonder point” upon the word accoutred as i was i plunged in and bade him follow so indeed h…

The Merry Wives Of Windsor

…of your honour you will not do it you pistol i do relent what would thou more of man enter robin robin sir heres a woman would speak with you falstaff let her approach enter mistress quickly quickly give your worship good morrow falstaff good morrow good wife quickly not so ant please your worship falstaff good maid then quickly ill be sworn as my mother was the first hour i was born falstaff i do believe the swearer what with me quickly shall i vouchsafe your worship a word or two falstaff two thousand fair woman and ill vouchsafe thee the hearing quickly there is one mistress ford sir i pray come a little nearer this ways i myself dwell with master doctor caius falstaff well on mistress ford you say quickly your worship says very true i pray …

S Much Ado About Nothing

…or a husband pedro lady beatrice i will get you one beat i would rather have one of your fathers getting hath your grace neer a brother like you your father got excellent husbands if a maid could come by them pedro will you have me lady beat no my lord unless i might have another for working days your grace is too costly to wear every day but i beseech your grace pardon me i was born to speak all mirth and no matter pedro your silence most offends me and to be merry best becomes you for out o question you were born in a merry hour beat no sure my lord my mother cried but then there was a star dancd and under that was i born cousins god give you joy leon niece will you look to those things i told you of beat i cry you mercy uncle by your graces …

The Tragedy Of Othello Moor Of Venice

… attempt the doing it exit desdemona where should i lose that handkerchief emilia emilia i know not madam desdemona believe me i had rather have lost my purse full of crusadoes and but my noble moor is true of mind and made of no such baseness as jealous creatures are it were enough to put him to ill thinking emilia is he not jealous desdemona who he i think the sun where he was born drew all such humors from him emilia look where he comes desdemona i will not leave him now till cassio be calld to him enter othello how ist with you my lord othello well my good lady aside o hardness to dissemble how do you desdemona desdemona well my good lord othello give me your hand this hand is moist my lady desdemona it yet has felt no age nor known no sorr…

King Richard III

… you are malapert your fire new stamp of honour is scarce current o that your young nobility could judge what twere to lose it and be miserable they that stand high have many blasts to shake them and if they fall they dash themselves to pieces gloucester good counsel marry learn it learn it marquis dorset it touches you my lord as much as me gloucester ay and much more but i was born so high our aery buildeth in the cedars top and dallies with the wind and scorns the sun queen margaret and turns the sun to shade alas alas witness my son now in the shade of death whose bright out shining beams thy cloudy wrath hath in eternal darkness folded up your aery buildeth in our aerys nest o god that seest it do not suffer it as it is won with blood lost…

The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet

…s rest that you shall rest but little god forgive me marry and amen how sound is she asleep i needs must wake her madam madam madam ay let the county take you in your bed hell fright you up i faith will it not be draws aside the curtains what dressd and in your clothes and down again i must needs wake you lady lady lady alas alas help help my ladys dead o weraday that ever i was born some aqua vitae ho my lord my lady enter mother mother what noise is here nurse o lamentable day mother what is the matter nurse look look o heavy day mother o me o me my child my only life revive look up or i will die with thee help help call help enter father father for shame bring juliet forth her lord is come nurse shes dead deceasd shes dead alack the day moth…

The Life Of Timon Of Athens

… but thorough lust and laughter pitys sleeping strange times that weep with laughing not with weeping flavius i beg of you to know me good my lord t accept my grief and whilst this poor wealth lasts to entertain me as your steward still timon had i a steward so true so just and now so comfortable it almost turns my dangerous nature mild let me behold thy face surely this man was born of woman forgive my general and exceptless rashness you perpetual sober gods i do proclaim one honest man mistake me not but one no more i pray and hes a steward how fain would i have hated all mankind and thou redeemst thyself but all save thee i fell with curses methinks thou art more honest now than wise for by oppressing and betraying me thou mightst have soone…

Twelfth Night Or What You Will

… maria and clown maria nay either tell me where thou hast been or i will not open my lips so wide as a bristle may enter in way of thy excuse my lady will hang thee for thy absence clown let her hang me he that is well hangd in this world needs to fear no colours maria make that good clown he shall see none to fear maria a good lenten answer i can tell thee where that saying was born of i fear no colours clown where good mistress mary maria in the wars and that may you be bold to say in your foolery clown well god give them wisdom that have it and those that are fools let them use their talents maria yet you will be hangd for being so long absent or to be turnd away is not that as good as a hanging to you clown many a good hanging prevents a ba…

The Winters Tale

…amus i think there is not in the world either malice or matter to alter it you have an unspeakable comfort of your young prince mamillius it is a gentleman of the greatest promise that ever came into my note camillo i very well agree with you in the hopes of him it is a gallant child one that indeed physics the subject makes old hearts fresh they that went on crutches ere he was born desire yet their life to see him a man archidamus would they else be content to die camillo yes if there were no other excuse why they should desire to live archidamus if the king had no son they would desire to live on crutches till he had one exeunt scene ii sicilia the palace of leontes enter leontes polixenes hermione mamillius camillo and attendants polixenes …

The Winters Tale

…n song men all and very good ones but they are most of them means and bases but one puritan amongst them and he sings psalms to hornpipes i must have saffron to colour the warden pies mace dates none thats out of my note nutmegs seven race or two of ginger but that i may beg four pound of prunes and as many of raisins o th sun autolycus grovelling on the ground o that ever i was born clown i th name of me autolycus o help me help me pluck but off these rags and then death death clown alack poor soul thou hast need of more rags to lay on thee rather than have these off autolycus o sir the loathsomeness of them offend me more than the stripes i have received which are mighty ones and millions clown alas poor man a million of beating may come to a…