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" Nay, himself, with long and continual counterfeiting, and with oft telling a lie, was turned by habit almost into the thing he seemed to be ; and from a liar to a believer. "
Comments on the Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher: With an Appendix, Containing ... - Page 4
by John Monck Mason - 1798 - 467 pages
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Brief for Plaintiff: Bacon Vs. Shakespeare

Edwin Reed - 1891 - 112 pages
...States."— Essay of Sedition. " With long and continual counterfeiting and with oft telling a lie, he was turned by habit almost into the thing he seemed to be ; and from a liar to a believer." — Hist. Henry VII. " Always let losers have their words." — The Promus. " It was ordained...
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Advanced Manual of Latin Prose Composition

Bingham Dixon Turner - Latin language - 1893 - 400 pages
...as well, among great persons as amongst the vulgar, that he was indeed Duke Richard. sNay, himself, with long and continual counterfeiting, and with oft...by habit almost into the thing he seemed to be, and 9 from a liar to a believer. The duchess, therefore, as in case out of doubt, did him all princely...
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Francis Bacon and His Shakespeare

Theron Soliman Eugene Dixon - 1895 - 461 pages
...persons as amongst the vulgar, that he was indeed Duke Richard. Nay, himself, with long and continued counterfeiting, and with oft telling a lie, was turned...into the thing he seemed to be ; and from a liar to a believer." — History of Henry FT/.f * " And daily new exactions are devised — As blanks, benevolencies,...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tempest. 1892

William Shakespeare - 1895
...Duke Richard. Nay, himself with long and continual counterfeiting, and with oft telling a lye, wai turned by habit almost into the thing he seemed to be ; and from a liar to be a believer.' — BOSWELL : The sentence is involved, but not, I think, [118. Who bauing into truth, by telling of...
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Bacon Vs. Shakespeare: A Brief for Plaintiff

Edwin Reed - 1897 - 296 pages
...States." — Essay of Sedition. "With long and continual counterfeiting and with oft telling a lie, he was turned by habit almost into the thing he seemed to be ; and from a liar to a believer." — History of Henry VII. 59 " The ivy which had hid my princely trunk, And sucked my...
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The Great Events by Famous Historians: A Comprehensive and Readable Account ...

Charles Francis Horne, Rossiter Johnson - Great events by famous historians - 1905 - 440 pages
...persons as among the vulgar, that he was indeed Duke Richard. Nay, himself, with long and continued counterfeiting, and with oft telling a lie, was turned...into the thing he seemed to be, and from a liar to a believer. The Duchess, therefore, as in a case out of doubt, did him all princely honor, calling...
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The Shake-speare Drama of The Tempest

William Shakespeare - 1909 - 94 pages
...De AngmenHs'. *Cf. Bacon : "It was generally believed that he was indeed Duke Richard. Nay, himself, with long and continual counterfeiting and with oft...almost into the thing he seemed to be; and from a liar into a believer." — History of Henry VII. This sentiment is found in Tacitus, but not the condition...
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The History of the Reign of King Henry the Seventh

Francis Bacon, Jerry Weinberger - History - 1996 - 260 pages
...that he was indeed Duke Richard. Nay himself with long and continual counterfeiting and with often telling a lie, was turned (by habit) almost into the thing he seemed to be, and from a liar to a believer. The Duchess therefore, as in a case out of doubt, did him all princely honour, calling...
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Bacon: The History of the Reign of King Henry VII and Selected Works

Francis Bacon, VIS, Francis Bacon - History - 1998 - 284 pages
...that he was indeed Duke Richard. Nay himself, with long and continual counterfeiting and with often telling a lie, was turned (by habit) almost into the thing he seemed to be, and from a liar to a believer. The Duchess therefore, as in a case out of* doubt, did him all princely honour, calling...
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The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England: A New Ed.; with a ...

Francis Bacon - 1844
...amongst great 348 349 persons as amongst the vulgar, that he was indeed Duke Richard. Nay, himself, with long and continual counterfeiting, and with oft...into the thing he seemed to be ; and from a liar to a believer. The duchess therefore, as in a case out of doubt, did him all princely honour, calling...
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