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" AjaxFlagellifer," wherein the stage varied three times; they had all goodly . antique apparell, but for all that, it was not acted so well by many degrees as I have seen it in Cambridge. The King was very weary before he came thither, but much more wearied... "
Joannis Lelandi antiquarii de rebvs britannicis collectanea - Página 639
por John Leland - 1770 - 433 páginas
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The Plays of William Shakspeare. In Fifteen Volumes: Farmer's Essay on the ...

William Shakespeare - 1793
...tragedy of Ajax Flagellifer, wherein the ftage varied three times. They had all goodly antique ippartll, but for all that, it was not afted fo well by many...as I have feen it in Cambridge. The King was very wearie before he came thither, but much more wearied by it, and fpoke many words of diflike." 1 Florio,...
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Oxoniana: Or Anecdotes Relative to the University and City of Oxford, Volumen1

Rev. John Walker - 1806
...goodly antique apparell, but for all that, it was not acted so well by many degrees as I have seen it in Cambridge. The King was very weary before he came thither, but much more wearied by it, and spoke many words of dislike." " Jovis 29 Augusti, 1605." " The like was done at the Physic Act on Thursday...
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The Poems of Richard Crobet, Late Bishop of Oxford and of Norwich

Richard Corbet - 1807 - 260 páginas
...but, for all that, it was not so well acted by many degrees as I have seen it in Cambridge. The icing was very weary before he came thither, but much more wearied by it, and spoke many words *'f dislike." Ibid. p. 639. XXVll but before the passing of the Marriage Act,, nothing...
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New Voyages and Travels: Consisting of Originals, Translations ..., Volumen8

Sir Richard Phillips - 1822
...had all goodly antique apparel, for all that, it was not acted so well by many degrees as I have seen it in Cambridge. The King was very weary before he came thither, and much more wearied by it, and spoke many words of dislike." A comedy called Vertumnus was next day...
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A Sketch of Old England, Volumen1

James Kirke Paulding - 1822 - 555 páginas
...goodly antique a; pnrel, but for all that, it was not acted so well by many degrees, as J have seen it in Cambridge. The King was very weary before he came thither, and much more wearied by it, and spoke many words of dislike." A comedy called Vertumnus was next day...
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The Progresses, Processions, and Magnificent Festivities, of King ..., Volumen1

John Nichols - 1828 - 609 páginas
...goodly . antique apparell, but for all that, it was not acted so well by many degrees as I have seen it in Cambridge. The King was very weary before he came thither, but much more wearied by it, and spoke many words of dislike. Jovis, 29° AugustL The like was done at the Phisick Act on Thursday forenoon...
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The land we live in, a pictorial and literary sketch-book of ..., Volúmenes1-2

British empire - 1847
...Vertumnia,' his majesty went fast asleep. The third play was the ' Ajax ' of Sophocles ; and this time " the king was very weary before he came thither, but much more wearied by it, and spoke many words of dislike." Charles I. also witnessed some plays in this Hall. At a play which was...
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London to Dublin: with a trip to the Irish lakes and the mountains of Connamara

1853 - 216 páginas
...Vertumnia,' his majesty went fast asleep. The third play was the ' Ajax ' of Sophocles ; and this time " the king was very weary before he came thither, but much more wearied by it, and spoke many words of dislike." Charles I. also witnessed some plays in this Hall. At a play which was...
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The Land We Live in: The Midland counties and the East coast of England

1856
...Vertumnia,' his majesty went fast asleep. The third play was the ' Ajax ' of Sophocles -, and this time " the king was very weary before he came thither, but much more wearied by it, and spoke many words of dislike." Charles I. also witnessed some plays ii: this Hall. At a play which was...
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The Cambridge History of English Literature: The drama to 1642

Sir Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller - 1910
...saw Ajax Flagetttfer. James would have done well to imitate his predecessor in countermanding1, as he 'was very weary before he came thither, but much more wearied by it, and spoke many words of dislike.' Nor did matters fare much better on the third evening, when Vertumnus...
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