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" Such are thy beauties and our loves ! Dear saint, Riches, the dumb god, that giv'st all men tongues, That canst do nought, and yet mak'st men do all things ; The price of souls ; even hell, with thee to boot, Is made worth heaven. Thou art virtue, fame,... "
The Works of Ben Jonson: With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and a ... - Page 167
by Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1875
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Twelve Centuries of English Poetry and Prose

Alphonso Gerald Newcomer - 1910 - 776 pages
...the dumb god, that giv'st all men tongues, That canst do nought, and yet mak'st men do all things; 30 edged, by repairing the gravestones (if there existed...any) belonging to the family or ancestors of his Biches are in fortune A greater good than wisdom is in nature. Volp. True, my beloved Mosca. Yet I...
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The Complete Plays of Ben Jonson ...

Ben Jonson - 1910 - 704 pages
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Twelve Centuries of English Poetry and Prose

Alphonso Gerald Newcomer, Alice Ebba Andrews - 1910 - 778 pages
...the dumb god, that giv'st all mei tongues, That canst do nought, and yet mak'st men do all things; 30 od, Uos. And what he will, sir. Biehes are in fortune A greater good than wisdom is in nature. Volp. True,...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 900 pages
...thy beauties and onr loves! Dear saint, Riches, the dumb god, that giv'st all men tongues. That canst thinpi else. Who can get thee, He shall be noble, valiant, honest, wise * Mas. And what he will, sir....
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 924 pages
...beauties and onr loves ! Dear saint. Riches, the dumb god, that giv'st all men tongues. That canst do nought, and yet mak'st men do all things ; The...souls; even hell, with thee to boot, >< Is made worth heavpn. Thou art virtue, fame, Honour, and all things else. Who can get thee, He shall he noble, valiant,...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 900 pages
...beauties and our loves ! Dear saint, Riches, the dumb god, that giv'st all men tongues, That canst dn nought, and yet mak'st men do all things ; The price of souls ; even hell, with thee to boot, 94 Is made worth heaven. Thou art virtue, fame. Honour, and all things else. Who can get thee, He shall...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists: Excluding Shakespeare, Selected Plays by ...

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 936 pages
...beauties and our loves ! Dear saint, Riches, the dumb god, that giv'st all men tongues, That canst do nought, and yet mak'st men do all things ; The price of souls ; even hell, with thee to hoot, M Is made worth heaven. Thon art virtue, fame, Honour, and .ill things else. Who can get thee....
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 916 pages
...Dear saint, Riches, the dumb god, that giv'st all men tongues, That canst do nought, and yet raak'st men do all things ; The price of souls; even hell, with thee to boot, »4 Is made worth heaven. Thou art virtue, fame, Honour, and all things else. Who can get thee, He...
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Representative passages from English literature, chosen and arranged by W.H ...

William Henry Hudson - 1914 - 362 pages
...Dear saint, Riches, the dumb god, that givest all men tongues, Thou canst do nought, and yet makest men do all things; The price of souls ; even hell,...get thee, He shall be noble, valiant, honest, wise Mosca. And what he will, sir. Riches are in fortune A greater good than wisdom is in nature. Volpone....
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The Magnetic Lady: Or, Humors Reconciled

Ben Jonson - 1914 - 288 pages
...Explanatory Notes 153 For a spirited eulogy of wealth, dramatic of course, see The Fox (Wks. 3. 167) : Thou art virtue, fame, Honour and all things else....shall be noble, valiant, honest, wise— Mas. And what you will, sir. Riches are in fortune A greater good than wisdom is in nature. 2. 6. 80. It makes a...
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