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" May serve in peril of calamity To ransom great kings from captivity. This is the ware wherein consists my wealth; And thus methinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade, And as their wealth increaseth, so inclose Infinite... "
The life of Christopher Marlowe. Tamberlaine the Great, pts. I-II. The Jew ... - Page 176
by Christopher Marlowe - 1826
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Walter Scott - English drama - 1810
...from captivity. This is the ware wherein consists my wealth ; And thusmethinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade;...riches in a little room. But now how stands the wind 5 Into what corner peers my halcyon's bill f 7 Ha ! to the east? yes; see how stand the vanes? East...
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The Ancient British Drama...

English drama - 1810
...from captivity. This is the ware wherein consists my wealth ; And thusmethinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade...And as their wealth increaseth, so inclose Infinite rights in a little room. But now how stands the wind ? Into what corner peers my halcyon's bill ...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...from captivity. This n the ware wherein consists my wealth ; And thusmethinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade ; And as their wealth increascth, so inclose Infinite riches in a little reom. Bat now how stands the wind ? Into what corner...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, who Lived about the Time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1813 - 484 pages
...from captivity. This is the ware wherein consists my wealth : And thus methinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade/...inclose Infinite riches in a little room. But now bow stands the wind? Into what corner peers my Halcyon's bill ? Ha ! to the east ? yes : see, how stand...
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The retrospective review, Volume 4

1821
...from captivity. This is the ware wherein consists my wealth ; And thus methinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade,...increaseth, so inclose Infinite riches in a little room." The house of Barabas having been seized by the Governor of Malta, and converted into a monastery, he...
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The Retrospective Review, Volume 4

Books - 1821
...from captivity. This is the ware wherein consists my wealth ; And thus methinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade, . And as their wealth increase th, so inclose Infinite riches in a little room." The bouse of Barabas having been seized...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of ..., Volume 1

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1835 - 484 pages
...from captivity. This is the ware wherein consists my wealth : And thus methinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade,...stands the wind? Into what corner peers my Halcyon's hill ? Ha ! to the east ? yes : see, how stand the vances ? East and by south: why then, I hope my...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of ..., Volume 1

Charles Lamb - English drama - 1844
...from captivity. This is the ware wherein consists my wealth : And thus methinks should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade,...bill ? Ha ! to the east ? yes : see, how stand the vances ? East and by south : why then, I hope my ships, I sent for Egypt and the bordering isles, Are...
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Imagination and fancy; or Selections from the English poets, with critical ...

Leigh Hunt - 1845
...captivity: This is the ware wherein consists my wealth; And thus, methinks, should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade,...bill?* Ha! to the east? yes; see how stand the vanes? * " My halcyon's bill."—The halcyon is the figure on the vane. East and by south. Why then, I hope...
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Imagination and Fancy: Or, Selections from the English Poets, Illustrative ...

Leigh Hunt - ENGLISH POETRY (SELECTIONS: EXTRACTS, ETC.) - 1845 - 255 pages
...captivity : This is the ware wherein consists my wealth ; And thus, methinks, should men of judgment frame Their means of traffic from the vulgar trade,...?* Ha! to the east? yes; see how stand the vanes? * " My halcyon's bill." — The halcyon is the figure on the vane. East and by south. Why then, I hope...
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