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A very mery and pythie commedie called The longer thou livest, the more foole thou art

W. Wager

A very mery and pythie commedie called The longer thou livest, the more foole thou art

a myrrour very necessarie for youth, and specially for such as are like to come to dignitie and promotion, as it maye well appeare in the matter folowynge

by W. Wager

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Published by Imprinted at London by Wyllyam How for Richard Johnes in [London] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesLonger thou livest, the more foole thou art, New commedie called The longer thou livest, the more foole thou art
Statementnewly compiled by W. Wager
SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[56] p
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16918346M
LC Control Number87831462

Bryan O'Lin, and his wife, and wife's mother The following lines, slightly altered, occur in a little black-letter book by W. Wagner, printed about the year ; entitled, 'A very mery and pythie commedie, called, the longer thou livest, the more foole thou art.'. Thou wast a pretty fellow when thou hadst no need to care for her frowning. Now thou art an O without a figure: I am better than thou art; I am a fool, thou art nothing. — Yes, forsooth, I will hold my tongue. So your face [To Goneril.] bids me, though you say nothing. Mum, mum, He that keeps nor crust nor crum, Weary of all, shall want some.

The Author's Resolution in a Sonnet, To the Virgins to Make Much of Time, Delight in Disorder, His Prayer for Absolution, To God on His Sickness, No Coming to God without Christ, The Constant Lover, Go Lovely Rose!, To Althea from Prison, To Lucasta Going to the Wars, The Bait, A Hymn to God the Father, The Anniversary, Renunciation, Meditation XVII, Valediction: . Author: Francis Quarles Quarles, Francis. The life of this "fine old English gentleman" and charming essayist and quaint singer, will be found in full in the present writer's collective and complete edition of his works in verse and prose (3 vols. 4°, , Chertsey Worthies’ Library).

Have more than thou showest. Speak less than thou knowest, Lend less than thou owest, Ride more than thou goest, Learn more than thou trowest, Set less than thou throwest; Leave thy drink and thy whore And keep in-a-door, And thou shalt have more Than two tens to a score. KENT This is nothing, Fool.   In order to defeat Ultimate Despair, John Cena taps into the power of his inner self. John Cena summons the power of PERSONA. A clip from Danganwrestling. Episode 6, Part 1. For more wrestling.


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A very mery and pythie commedie called The longer thou livest, the more foole thou art by W. Wager Download PDF EPUB FB2

Original title: A very mery and pythie Commedie, called The longer thou liuest, the more foole thou art. A Myrrour very necessarie for youth, and specially for such as are like to come to dignitie and promotion Newly compiled by : A very mery and pythie commedie called The longer thou liuest, the more foole thou art: a myrrour very necessarie for youth, and specially for.

A very mery and pythie commedie called The longer thou livest, the more foole thou art: a myrrour very necessarie for youth, and specially for such as are like to come to dignitie and promotion, as it maye well appeare in the matter folowynge.

Abstract Facsimile al title: A very mery and pythie Commedie, called The longer thou liuest, the more foole thou art. A Myrrour very necessarie for youth, and specially for such as are like to come to dignitie and promotion Newly compiled by : W.#N# (William) Wager.

The longer thou livest, The 1st work was originally published in. under title: A very mery and pythie commedie, called The longer thou liuest, the more foole thou art, and the 2d was originally published ca.

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Original title: A very mery and pythie Commedie, called The longer thou liuest, the more foole thou art. A Myrrour very necessarie for youth, and specially for such as are like to come to dignitie and promotion Newly compiled by : W.#N# (William) Wager. The following lines, slightly altered, occur in a little black-letter book by W.

Wagner, printed about the year ; entitled, 'A very mery and pythie commedie, called, the longer thou livest, the more foole thou art.' See also a whole song, ending with these lines, in Ritson's 'North Country Chorister,' 8vo, Durham,p].

Full text of "The longer thou livest the more fool thou art" See other formats LIBRARY OF THE University of California Class Under the Supervision and Editorship of JOHN S. FARMER JF00I tboK art By W. Wager [c. ] UNIVERSITY Of Issued for Subscribers by the Editor of THE TUDOR FACSIMILE TEXTS MCMX XTbe XTubor ^facsimile ^ejrts %\it f nngsr iljou Irtieat tlj£ maxt JF00I tbflu art.

The Longer Thou Livest 'A very mery and pythie Commedie, called, The longer thou livest, the more foole thou art. A myrrour very necessary for youth, and specially for such as are like to come to dignities and promotion: as it may well appear in the matter folowynge. 1 Corinthians Context. 18 Is any man called being circumcised.

let him not become uncircumcised. Is any called in uncircumcision. let him not be circumcised. 19 Circumcision is nothing, and uncircumcision is nothing, but the keeping of the commandments of God. 20 Let every man abide in the same calling wherein he was called. 21 Art thou called being a servant.

care not for it: but if thou. Wager, W. A very mery and pythie commedie, called the longer thou liuest, the more foole thou art A myrrour very necessarie for youth, and specially for such as are like to come to dignitie and promotion: as it maye well appeare in the matter folowynge.

(London: William How for Richard Johns, ) Walsham, : Jennifer Louise Smith. 'A very mery and pythie Commedie, called, The longer thou livest, the more foole thou art.

A myrrour very necessarie for youth, and specially for such as are like to come to dignitie and promotion: as it maye well appeare in the matter folowynge. I know thy works, for thou hast a name, that thou livest, and thou art dead.

YLT And to the messenger of the assembly in Sardis write: These things saith he who is having the Seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars: I have known thy works, and that thou hast the name that thou dost live, and thou art dead.

The following lines, slightly altered, occur in a little black-letter book by W. Wagner, printed about the year ; entitled, 'A very mery and pythie commedie, called, the longer thou livest, the more foole thou art.' See also a whole song, ending with these lines, in Ritson's 'North Country Chorlster,' 8vo, Durham,p].

A very mery and pythie commedie, called The longer thou liuest, the more foole thou art c See also Triall of cheualry.

Waghorn, H. Cricket scores, notes, etc. from –73; to which are added two poems published in Wagner’s (E. L.) Manual of general pathology tr.

Wagner, Wilhelm. Thou Art Not False, But Thou Art Fickle poem by George Gordon Byron. Thou art not false but thou art fickleTo those thyself so fondly soughtThe tears that thou hast forced to trickle.

Page/5. Wager, W. A Very Mery and Pythie Commedie, called The Longer thou Livest the More Foole thou Art. London: William How for Richard Jones, Wilson, Robert. The Pleasant and Stately Morall, of the Three Lordes and Three Ladies of London. London: Richard Jones, Pedlers Prophecie, The. London: Thomas Creede for William Barley, The title page of Wager's play reads, "A very mery and Pythie Commedie, called The longer thou liuest, the more foole thou art." No date is given.

Libraries date it to or '69, but it may have been written a decade earlier. Nothing seems to be known about "W. Wager" beyond his works. There's only one stanza of "Tom a Lin.". -- Both plays are anti-Catholic, bnt the economic criticism predominates over religions themes.

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Revelation Context. 1 And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead. 2 Be watchful, and strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die: for I have not found thy works perfect before God.Start studying Julius Caesar Quotes.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Danger knows full well that caesar is more dangerous than he: we are two lions littered in one day, and I the elder and more terrible Now let it work: mischief, thou art afoot, take thou what course thou wilt.Understanding - Thou Art That When the Upanishads address you and declare: 'Thou art That,' you should be very clear in your mind what the term 'Thou' implies.

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