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Text:"..., and a canon of that church). Mr. WilliamShakespeare was wont to goe into Warwickshire once a yeare, and did commonly in his journey lye at this house in Oxon. where he was exceedingly respected. I have heard..."
Date:1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... of my Beloved, the Author, Mr. WilliamShakespeare, and what he hath left us 2 By Ben Jonson To draw no envy, Shakespeare, on thy name, Am I thus ample to thy book, and fame ; While I confess thy writings..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...A LIFE OF WILLIAMSHAKESPEAREWilliam in honor of their illustrious friend, who is said to have acted as the boys godfather. We may believe that after this event Shakespeare was more often than..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... OF MY BELOVED, THE AUTHOR, MR. WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE, AND WHAT HE HATH LEFT us 2 By BEN JONSON To draw no envy, Shakespeare, on thy name, Am I thus ample to thy book, and fame ; While I confess thy writings..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...54 WilliamShakespeare tropes or metaphors, in echoes and agnominations, they may all be lively and exactly represented in ours. Will you have Platos vein? read Sir Thomas Smith. The Ionic? Sir..."
Date:1910
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...54 WilliamShakespeare tropes or metaphors, in echoes and agnominations, they may all be lively and exactly represented in ours. Will you have Platos vein? read Sir Thomas Smith. The Ionic? Sir..."
Date:1910
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Text:"...WilliamShakespeare 83 buried in the Chancel, the select spot for nobles and prelates and great men. Verily the tongues of the gossips of Stratford would wag on April 25, 1616. The authorship..."
Date:1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...A LIFE OF WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE buying public to suppose that the whole volume was by Shakespeare; only on closer inspection would the purchasers discover that merely the first section actually..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...A LIFE OF WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE collect material for his Lives, should seek from him information about Shakespeare. In his manuscript we find the jotting: W. Shakespeare - quaere Mr. Beeston, who..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., apprentice to Augustine Phillips, of the Kings Company. When Phillips died in 1605, he left bequests in these words: To my fellow, WilliamShakespeare, a thirty shillings piece in gold ; to my servant..."
Date:1904
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...WilliamShakespeare 83 buried in the Chancel, the select spot for nobles and prelates and great men. Verily the tongues of the gossips of Stratford would wag on April 25, 1616. The aathorship..."
Date:1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...A LIFE OF WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE the same concluding couplet; and the two final sonnets are merely variants of the same theme. Perhaps the poet was especially applying himself to a revision of the cycle..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WilliamShakespeare 83 buried in the Chancel, the select spot for nobles and prelates and great men. Verily the tongues of the gossips of Stratford would wag on April 25, 1616. The authorship..."
Date:1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...WilliamShakespeare 83 buried in the Chancel, the select spot for nobles and prelates and great men/ Verily the tongues of the gossips of Stratford would wag on April 25, 1616. The authorship..."
Date:1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...318 WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE. the poem 011 the chaste Lucrece was contrasted with the unchaste poem of Venus and Adonis. In regard to style and metre, Lucrece is distinguished from Venus and Adonis..."
Date:1888
Place:London, England
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Text:"...WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE. 207 although Shakespeare may have aided in an historical play on the former subject, yet it is unlikely he would have been so imprudent as to indulge in a biurlesque of so broad..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...334 WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE. laine his Seruants. Written ly WilliamShakespeare. Printed by James Roberts. 1600. Again a Shakespearean enigma : two different edd. prr. published in one and the same year..."
Date:1888
Place:London, England
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Text:"...WilliamShakespeare 83 buried in the Chancel, the select spot for nobles and prelates and great men. Verily the tongues of the gossips of Stratford would wag on April 25, 1616. The authorship..."
Date:1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... ? By L. A. Sherman. j^i.oo net WilliamShakespeare. By Georg Brandes. IS2.60 net Works of Shakespeare. Cambridge Edition. Edited by W. Aldis Wright. 9 vols., each, $^joo net Eversley Edition. By C. H..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...1 82 WILLIAMSHAKESPEARE credit as soon as his fame was established. In 1 599 William Jaggard, a well-known pirate publisher, issued a poetic anthology which he entitled The ■The Pas- Passionatc..."
Date:Between 1564 and 1616
Publication place:New York, USA