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" With neither of them that take offence was I acquainted, and with one of them I care not if I never be... "
Library Magazine of American and Foreign Thought - Page 455
1888
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears

Edward Isidore Sears - 1874 - 434 pages
...(Marlowe) I care not if I never be. The other (Shakespeare) whom at the time I did not so much spare us since I wish I had ; for that as I have moderated the hate of living authors, and might have used my own discretion (especially in such a case, the author...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 62

Christianity - 1875 - 620 pages
...one of them I care not if I never be ; the other, whome at that tune I did not so much spare as now I wish I had, for that as I have moderated the heate of living writers, and might have usede mine owne discretion (especially in such a case), the author beiug dead, that I did not, I am...
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Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Volume 10

1875 - 440 pages
...widerrufen und Pater peccavi gesagt. "The other (viz. Shakespeare), so lauten Chettle's Worte, ivhom ut that time I did not so much spare, as since I wish I had; for that as l have moderated the hate of living writers, and might have w.ved my own discretion (especiaUy in such...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumes 61-62

Henry Allon - 1875 - 646 pages
...neither of them that take offence was I acquainted, and with one of them I care not if I never be ; the other, whome at that time I did not so much spare as now I wish I had, for that as I have moderated the heate of living writers, and might have usede mine...
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A History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death of Queen Anne, Volume 1

Sir Adolphus William Ward - English drama - 1875 - 658 pages
...short time ago. 1 See Chettle, Kind Hart's Dreme, p. iv (Percy Sac. Pabl., vol. v) : 'The other, whom at that time I did not so much spare, as since I wish that J had . . . that I did not, I am sory, as if the original! fault had beene my fault, because myselfe...
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The Works of Christopher Marlowe: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes ...

Christopher Marlowe - 1876 - 474 pages
...acquainted, and with one of them [ie Marlowe] I care not if I neuer be : the other [ie Shakespeare], whome at that time I did not so much spare as since I wish I had, for that as I haue moderated the heate of liuing writers, and might haue vsde my owne discretion (especially in such...
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The poems of Robert Greene, Christopher Marlowe, and Ben Jonson, ed., with ...

Robert Greene - 1876 - 576 pages
...take offence was I acquainted, and with, one of them I care not if I never be; the other, whom at this time I did not so much spare as since I wish I had, for that as I have moderated the heat of living writers, and might have used my own discretion (especially in such a case), the author...
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The life of Shakspere by the editor

William Shakespeare - 1876 - 584 pages
...here to point at Marlowe. But to the other he tenders an apology, in all sincerity: '' The other, whom at that- time I did not so much spare as since I wish I had, for that as I havo moderated the heat of living writers, and might have used my own discretion (especially in such...
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Shakespeare's Dramatic Art: History and Character of Shakespeare's ..., Volume 1

Hermann Ulrici - English drama - 1876 - 598 pages
...rather an indifferent, nay contemptuous manner, but as regards Shakspeare, he says, ' the other, whom at that time I did not so much spare as since I wish. I had — (by omitting and correcting some of Greene's words) — because myself have seen his demeanour...
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Shakspeare's Dramatic Art: And His Relation to Calderon and Goethe, Volume 2

Hermann Ulrici - 1876 - 572 pages
...Greene's pamphlet, says in a passage in his ' Kinde Hart's Dream.' of Shakspeare : ' The other, whom at that time I did not so much spare as since I wish I had (by omitting and correcting some of Greene's remarks), because myself have seen his demeanour no less...
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