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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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The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 8

Rossiter Johnson - History - 2007 - 464 pages
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The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 8

Rossiter Johnson - History - 2007 - 416 pages
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History of the Reign of King Henry VII

Anon - History - 2008 - 352 pages
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Queen's Quarterly, Volume 22

Electronic journals - 1914
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The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England, Volume 1

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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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 126

1862
...generally taken for what he pretended to be, by the vulgar and by persons of quality, but, " 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."* Of a very different public character, an antique Roman, of the more gracious and...
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Thomas Hobbes: penseur entre deux mondes

Louis Roux - 1981 - 298 pages
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The New Criterion, Volume 18, Issues 1-4

Arts - 1999
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The Tempest

...the History of Henry VII: "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" (Pitt Press ed. p. 111). 103, 104. out o' the substitution. . . . 'Through acting as my...
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