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" He's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never sorrow go so near my heart As doth the want of my sweet Gaveston ; And could my crown's revenue bring him back, I would freely give it to his enemies, And think I gain'd, having bought so dear a friend. "
The Ancient British Drama ... - Page 167
edited by - 1810 - 614 pages
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Marlow's tragedy of Edward the second, with intr. remarks; notes; etc. by F ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1877
...; would he loved me But half so much, then were I treble-blest ! Enter KING EDWARD, mourning. Edw. He's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never sorrow go so near my heart, 305 As doth the want of my sweet Gaueston ! And could my crown's revenue bring him back, I'ld freely...
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Marlowe's Edward the Second

Christopher Marlowe - 1879 - 176 pages
...mourning. K. Edw. He 's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn : Did never sorrow go so near my heart, 305 As doth the want of my sweet Gaveston ! And could...I would freely give it to his enemies, And think I gain'd, having bought so dear a friend. Q. hat>. Hark ! how he harps upon his minion ! . 310 K. Edw....
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Marlowe's Edward the Second

Christopher Marlowe - 1879 - 176 pages
...lov'd me But half so much ! then were I treble-blest, Re-enter KING EDWARD, mourning, K. Edw. He 's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn : Did never sorrow go so near my heart, 305 As doth the want of my sweet Gaveston ! And could my crown's revenue bring him back, I would freely...
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Dramatic Works

Christopher Marlowe - 1885 - 209 pages
...would he loved me But half so much, then were I treble-blessed ! Enter KING EDWARD, mourning. Edw. He's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never...gained, having bought so dear a friend. Queen. Hark I how he harps upon his minion. Edw. My heart is as an anvil unto sorrow, Which beats upon it like...
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Volume 2

Christopher Marlowe - 1885
...; would he love me But half so much, then were I treble-blessed ! Enter KING EDWARD, mourning. Edw. He's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never...And think I gained, having bought so dear a friend. 310 Queen. Hark ! how he harps upon his minion. Edw. My heart is as an anvil unto sorrow, Which beats...
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Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe - 1887 - 430 pages
...me But half so much, then were I treble-blessed ! 1 Lower. Rt-entcr KING EDWARD, mourning. K. Edw. He's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never...And think I gained, having bought so dear a friend. Q. Isab. Hark ! how he harps upon his minion. K. Edw. My heart is as an anvil unto sorrow, Which beats...
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Werner's Readings and Recitations: World classics (1893)

Readers - 1893
...he love me But half so well, then were I treble-blessed ! [Exeunt, j [EDWARD enters, mourning.] EDW. He's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never...And think I gained, having bought so dear a friend. My heart is as an anvil unto sorrow, Which beats upon it like the Cyclops' hammers, And with the noise...
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Edward the Second: A Play

Christopher Marlowe - 1896 - 132 pages
...love me But half so much, then were I treble-blessed ! Re-enter King Edward, mourning. K. Edw. He 's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never...bring him back, I would freely give it to his enemies, 3I0 And think I gained, having bought so dear a friend. Q. Isab. Hark ! how he harps upon his minion....
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Great Plays: English

English drama - 1900 - 421 pages
...would he love me But half so much, then were I treble-blessed ! Re-enter KINO EDWARD, mourning. K. Edw. He's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never...And think I gained, having bought so dear a friend. Q. Isab, Hark ! how he harps upon his minion. K. Edw. My heart is an anvil unto sorrow, Which beats...
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Elizabethan Drama: With Introductions and Notes, Volume 2

English drama - 1910 - 899 pages
...would he lov'd me But half so much, then were I treble-bless'd. Re-enter KING EDWARD, mourning K. EDW. He's gone, and for his absence thus I mourn. Did never...I would freely give it to his enemies, And think I gain'd, having bought so dear a friend. Q. ISAB. Hark! how he harps upon his minion. K. EDW. My heart...
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