Hast thou not worldly pleasure at command, Above the reach or compass of thy thought? And wilt thou still be hammering treachery, To tumble down thy husband and thyself From top of honour to disgrace's feet? Away from me, and let me hear no more! What, what, my lord! Next time I'll keep my dreams unto myself, And not be check'd. Nay, be not angry; I am pleas'd again.
My lord protector, 't is his highness' pleasure You do prepare to ride unto Saint Alban's, Whereas the king and queen do mean to hawk. Yes, my good lord, I'll follow presently. William Shakespeare 17 Were I a man, a duke, and next of blood, I would remove these tedious stumbling-blocks And smooth my way upon their headless necks; And, being a woman, I will not be slack To play my part in Fortune's pageant. Sir John! Jesus preserve your royal majesty! What say'st thou? I am but grace. But, by the grace of God, and Hume's advice, Your grace's title shall be multiplied.
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What say'st thou, man? And will they undertake to do me good? This they have promised,--to show your highness A spirit rais'd from depth of underground, That shall make answer to such questions As by your Grace shall be propounded him. It is enough; I'll think upon the questions.
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When from Saint Alban's we do make return, We'll see these things effected to the full. Here, Hume, take this reward; make merry, man, German cunning: schlau, listig, Gerissenheit, gerieben, durchtrieben, gerissen, Hinterlist, Schlauheit, ausgekocht, Arglist, arglistig.
Hume must make merry with the duchess' gold, Marry, and shall. But, how now, Sir John Hume! Seal up your lips, and give no words but mum; The business asketh silent secrecy.
Dame Eleanor gives gold to bring the witch; Gold cannot come amiss, were she a devil. Yet have I gold flies from another coast. I dare not say, from the rich cardinal And from the great and new-made Duke of Suffolk, Yet I do find it so; for, to be plain, They, knowing Dame Eleanor's aspiring humour, Have hired me to undermine the duchess And buzz these conjurations in her brain. They say ' A crafty knave does need no broker;' Yet am I Suffolk and the cardinal's broker. Hume, if you take not heed, you shall go near To call them both a pair of crafty knaves. Well, so its stands; and thus, I fear, at last Hume's knavery will be the duchess' wrack, And her attainture will be Humphrey's fall.
Sort how it will, I shall have gold for all.
My masters, let's stand close; my lord protector will come this way by and by, and then we may deliver our supplications in the quill. Marry, the Lord protect him, for he's a good man! Jesu bless him! Here 'a comes, methinks, and the queen with him. I'll be the first, sure. Come back, fool; this is the Duke of Suffolk and not my lord protector. How now, fellow! I pray, my lord, pardon me; I took ye for my lord protector. Let me see them; what is thine? Mine is, an 't please your grace, against John Goodman, my lord cardinal's man, for keeping my house and lands, and wife and all, from me.
Thy wife too! Alas, sir, I am but a poor petitioner of our whole township. German bless: segnen, segnet, segne, segnest. That my master was? Who is there? And as for you, that love to be protected Under the wings of our protector's grace, Begin your suits anew and sue to him.
Come, let's be gone. My Lord of Suffolk, say, is this the guise, Is this the fashion in the court of England?
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Is this the government of Britain's isle, And this the royalty of Albion's king? What, shall King Henry be a pupil still Under the surly Gloster's governance? Am I a queen in title and in style, And must be made a subject to a duke? German anew: von neuem, erneut, aufs Neue, wieder, abermalig, abermals.
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William Shakespeare 21 I tell thee, Pole, when in the city Tours Thou ran'st a tilt in honour of my love And stol'st away the ladies' hearts of France, I thought King Henry had resembled thee In courage, courtship, and proportion; But all his mind is bent to holiness, To number Ave-Maries on his beads, His champions are the prophets and apostles, His weapons holy saws of sacred writ, His study is his tilt-yard, and his loves Are brazen images of canoniz'd saints. I would the college of the cardinals Would choose him pope and carry him to Rome, And set the triple crown upon his head; That were a state fit for his holiness.
Beside the haughty protector, have we Beaufort The imperious churchman, Somerset, Buckingham, And grumbling York; and not the least of these But can do more in England than the king. And he of these that can do most of all Cannot do more in England than the Nevils; Salisbury and Warwick are no simple peers.
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Not all these lords do vex me half so much As that proud dame, the lord protector's wife. Strangers in court do take her for the queen; She bears a duke's revenues on her back, And in her heart she scorns our poverty. Shall I not live to be aveng'd on her?
Contemptuous base-born callat as she is, She vaunted 'mongst her minions t' other day, The very train of her worst wearing gown Was better worth than all my father's land Till Suffolk gave two dukedoms for his daughter. Madam, myself have lim'd a bush for her, And plac'd a quire of such enticing birds That she will light to listen to the lays, And never mount to trouble you again. So, let her rest; and, madam, list to me, For I am bold to counsel you in this. Although we fancy not the cardinal, Yet must we join with him and with the lords Till we have brought Duke Humphrey in disgrace.
As for the Duke of York, this late complaint Will make but little for his benefit. So, one by one, we'll weed them all at last, And you yourself shall steer the happy helm. For my part, noble lords, I care not which; Or Somerset or York, all's one to me.blipdec.tk
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If York have ill demean'd himself in France, Then let him be denay'd the regentship. If Somerset be unworthy of the place, Let York be regent; I will yield to him. Whether your grace be worthy, yea or no, Dispute not that; York is the worthier. Ambitious Warwick, let thy betters speak.
The cardinal's not my better in the field. All in this presence are thy betters, Warwick. Warwick may live to be the best of all. Peace, son! Because the king, forsooth, will have it so. Madam, the King is old enough himself To give his censure; these are no women's matters.