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" Why, he could tell The inch where Richmond stood, where Richard fell. Besides what of his knowledge he could say, He had authentic notice from the play; Which I might guess... "
Waverley Novels: Vol. 7 - Página 122
por Walter Scott - 1845 - 727 páginas
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The Poems of Richard Crobet, Late Bishop of Oxford and of Norwich

Richard Corbet, Octavius Gilchrist - 1807 - 260 páginas
...Richmond in a bed of gorsse Encampt himselfe ore night, and all his force : Upon this hill they mett. Why, he could tell The inch where Richmond stood,...Besides what of his knowledge he could say, He had authenticke notice from the Play ; Which I might guesse, by 's mustring up the ghosts, And policyes,...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volumen5

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...Richmond in a bed of gorsse Encampt himselfe ore night, and all his force : Upou this hill they mett." Why, he could tell The inch where Richmond stood,...Besides what of his knowledge he could say, He had authenticke notice from the play ; Which I might guesse, by 's mustring up the ghost, And policyes,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen10

1821
...the other way, And lo, where Richmond, in a bed of gorse, Incamp'd himself o'er night with all his force — Upon this hill they met.' Why, he could...he could say, He had authentic notice from the play j Which I might guess by's mustering up the ghosts, And policies, not incident to hosts j But chiefly...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen10

1821
...the other way, And lo, where Richmond, in a bed of gorse, Incamp'd himself o'er night with all his force — Upon this hill they met. Why, he could tell The inch where Richmond stood, where Richard ftll ; Besides, what of his knowledge he could say, He had authentic notice from the play ; Which I...
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Waverley Novels, Volumen26

Walter Scott
...look the other way, And lo, where Richmond, in a field of gorse, Encamp'd himself in might and all his force. Upon this hill they met. Why, he could tell...authentic notice from the play, Which I might guess by's mustering up trie ghosts And policies not incident to hosts ; But chiefly by that one perspicuous...
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Bride of Lammermoor - Peveril of the peak

Walter Scott - 1833
...look the other way, And lo, where Richmond, in a field of gorse, Encamp'd himself iu might and all his force. Upon this hill they met. Why, he could tell...authentic notice from the play, Which I might guess by's mustering up the ghosts And policies not incident to hosts ; But chiefly by that one perspicuous...
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Introductions, and Notes and Illustrations to the Novels, Tales ..., Volumen2

Walter Scott - 1833
...look the other way, And lo, where Richmond, in a field of gorse, Encamp'd himself in might and all his force. Upon this hill they met. Why, he could tell...authentic notice from the play, Which I might guess by's mustering up the ghosts And policies not incident to hosts ; But chiefly by that one perspicuous...
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Periodical Criticism, Volumen20

Walter Scott - 1835
...the two armies, Shakspeare was more in the village chronicler's thoughts than Stowe or Hollingshed. " Besides what of his knowledge he could say. He had authentic notice from the play, Shown chiefly by that one perspicuous thing, That he mistook a player for a king ; For when he should...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott: Biographical memoirs of ...

Walter Scott - 1838
...the two armies, Shakspeare was more in the village chronicler's thoughts than Stove or Hollingshed. " Besides what of his knowledge he could say, He had authentic notice from the play, Shown chiefly by that one perspicuous thing, That he mistook a player for a king ; For when he should...
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Life of Kenble. Kelly's Reminiscences. Davy's Salmonia. ANcient history of ...

Walter Scott - 1841
...the two armies, Shakspeare was more in the village chronicler's thoughts than Stowe or Hollingshed. "Besides what of his knowledge he could say, He had authentic notice from the play, Shown chiefly by that one perspicuous thing, That he mistook a player for a King; For when he should...
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