The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere . [^General View of Paris.]. Liril1i|[qL -CljJMIW1[i I [ Court of the Duhea Palace, Florence.^ ACT IIL SCENE I.—Florence. A Room in the Dukes Palace, Flourish. Enter the Duke of Flokence, attended; two Frenchmen, and Soldiers. Duke. So that, from point to point, now have you heard The fundamental reasons of this war; Whose great decision hath much blood let forth, And more thirsts after.1 Lord. Holy seems the quarrel Upon your graces part; black and fearful On the opposer.Duke. Therefore we marvel much, our cousin France Would,

The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere . [^General View of Paris.]. Liril1i|[qL_-CljJMIW1[i I [ Court of the Duhea Palace, Florence.^ ACT IIL SCENE I.—Florence. A Room in the Dukes Palace, Flourish. Enter the Duke of Flokence, attended; two Frenchmen, and Soldiers. Duke. So that, from point to point, now have you heard The fundamental reasons of this war; Whose great decision hath much blood let forth, And more thirsts after.1 Lord. Holy seems the quarrel Upon your graces part; black and fearful On the opposer.Duke. Therefore we marvel much, our cousin France Would, Stock Photo
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The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere . [^General View of Paris.]. Liril1i|[qL_-CljJMIW1[i I [ Court of the Duhea Palace, Florence.^ ACT IIL SCENE I.—Florence. A Room in the Dukes Palace, Flourish. Enter the Duke of Flokence, attended; two Frenchmen, and Soldiers. Duke. So that, from point to point, now have you heard The fundamental reasons of this war; Whose great decision hath much blood let forth, And more thirsts after.1 Lord. Holy seems the quarrel Upon your graces part; black and fearful On the opposer.Duke. Therefore we marvel much, our cousin France Would, in so just a business, shut his bosom Against our borrowing prayers.1 Fk. Good my lord, The reasons of our state I cannot yield But like a common and an outward man, SCENE II.] ALL s WELL THAT ENDS WELL. 275 That the great figure of a council frames By self-unable motion: therefore dare not Say what I think of it; since I have found Myself in my uncertain grounds to fail As often as I guessd.Duke. Be it his pleasure. 2 Fe. But I am sure, the younger of our nature, That surfeit on their e

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