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" Collatine haue deerely bought, To high renowne, a lasting life, And found, that most in vaine haue sought, To haue a Faire, and Constant wife, Yet Tarquyne pluckt his glistering grape, And Shake-speare, paints poore Lucrece rape. "
The British Bibliographer - Page 247
by Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - 1814
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Shakspeare and His Times: Including the Biography of the Poet, Criticisms on ...

Nathan Drake - English literature - 1838 - 660 pages
...rarest fame. Yet now ye see that here is found AH great a faith in English ground. Though Collatine have dearly bought To high renowne a lasting life, And found, that most in vaine have sought To have a faire and constant wife, Yet Tarquine pluckt his glistring grape, And Shake-speare...
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The Life of William Shakespeare: Including Many Particulars Respecting the ...

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Dramatists, English - 1848 - 336 pages
...published, Willobie thus allndes to it in his ' Avisa,' 4to. 1594, — Though Collatine have deerely bought To high renowne a lasting life, And found that most in vaine have sought To have a faire and eonstant wife ; Yet Tarquyne pluet his glistering grape, And Shake-speare...
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Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Poems, Volume 6

William Shakespeare - 1858
...have dearly bought To high renowne a lasting life, And found, what most in value have sought, To have a faire and constant wife ; Yet Tarquine pluckt his glistring grape, And Shakespeare paintes poore Lucrece rape." The edition of " Lucrece " we have taken as our text is the first, which, like...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1860
...if, as I believe, this edition of Willobie is the first, 1594 : — " Though Collatine haue deerely bought, To high renowne, a lasting life, And found, that most in vaine have sought, To hane a Faire, and Constant wife, Yet Tarquyne pluckt his glistering grape, And Shakespeare...
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Shakespeare's Editors and Commentators

William Robson Arrowsmith - 1865 - 52 pages
...Avisa, produced in 1594, thus writes of Shakspere and his poem of Lucrece : — " Though Collatine have dearly bought To high renowne a lasting life, And found that most in vaine have sought To have a faire and constant wife. Yet Tarquine pluct his glistering grape, And Shakespeare...
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Shaksperean Statistics

Henry Thomas Hall - 1874 - 100 pages
...Avisa, produced in 1594, thus writes of Shakspere and his poem of Lucrece : — " Though Collatine have dearly bought To high renowne a lasting life, And found that most in vaine have sought To have a faire and constant wife. Yet Tarquine pluct his glistering grape, And Shakespeare...
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Shakspere Allusion-books

Clement Mansfield Ingleby - 1874 - 188 pages
...now we see, that here is found, As great a Faith in English ground f6] Though Collatine haue deerelj bought ; To high renowne, a lasting life, And found, that most in vainc haue sought, To haue a Faire, and Constant wife, Yet Tarquyne pluckt his glistering grape, And...
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Shakspere Allusion-books: Part I

Clement Mansfield Ingleby - 1874 - 188 pages
...now we see, that here is found, As great a Faith in English ground f6] Though Collatine haue deerely bought ; To high renowne, a lasting life, And found, that most in vaint. haue sought, To haue a Faire, and Constant wife, Yet Tarquyne pluckt his glistering grape, And...
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Bacon Versus Shakspere: A Plea for the Defendant

Thomas Davies King - 1875 - 187 pages
...London by John Windet, 1594, Shakspere's Lucrece is thus alluded to : Though Collatine have deercly bought ; To high renowne, a lasting life, And found, that most in vain have sought, To have a Faire, and Constant wif<; Yet Tarquyne pluckt his glistering grape, And...
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Contributions to a catalogue of the Lenox library, Issues 1-6

New York city, Lenox libr - 1877
...have deerly bought To nigh renowne a lasting life. And found that most in vame have sought To have a faire and constant wife, Yet Tarquine pluckt his glistring grape And Shakc-лредге paintcs poor Lucrèce rape." Contraria Contrariis Vigilantius Dormi tanus : verses...
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