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Sir John van Olden Barnavelt

dc.contributor Howard-Hill, Trevor D of English U of South Carolina Fletcher, John, 1579-1625 Massinger, Philip, 1583-1640 2018-07-27 2019-07-04T10:58:39Z 2019-07-04T10:58:39Z 1619 1974-01-01
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dc.description.abstract Mode of access: Online. OTA website Title proper taken from printed record sheet Publication based on this text: Ralph Crane and some Shakespeare first folio comedies / T.H. Howard-Hill. -- Charlottesville, [Va.] : Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia [by the] University Press of Virginia, 1972. -- "The results of the present investigation were accepted as fulfillment of the thesis requirement for the Oxford D.Phil."--Pref. -- ISBN 0-8139-0410-2.
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dc.subject.lcsh Plays -- England -- 17th century
dc.subject.lcsh Tragedies -- England -- 17th century
dc.title Sir John van Olden Barnavelt
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HCRABAR16UPU (BAR:M:1:) <Actus pri9: Scaea. pria>. <Enter Barnauelt, Modes|bargen, Leidenberch>, <Vandermitten>. <Bar>. The <Prince> of <Orange> now, all names are lost els that hee^s alone the Father of his Cuntrie[, said you not soe[ <Leid>. I speake the peoples Language <Bar>. That to his Arme, z Sword, the <Prouinces> owe their flourishing peace[, That hee^s the Armyes soule by which it moves to Victorie[ <Mod>. So ^tis said, Sr. <Leid>. nay: more: that without him, dispaire, and ruyn(n) had ceaizd on all, and buried quick our safeties. <Vand>. That not had he in Act, betterd #or Counsailes and in his execution set them #of, all we designd had ben but as a tale forgot as soone as told. <Leid>. and with such Zeale this is deliuerd, that the <Prince> beleeves it; For Greatnes in hir owne worth, confident doth neuer waigh, but with a covetous hand hir lightest meritts: and who add the scale seldom offend. <Vand>. ^Tis this that swells his pride beyond those . . .
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