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" Not one for fear of the curse above-said dare touch his grave-stone, though his wife and daughters did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him. "
Traditionary Anecdotes of Shakespeare: Collected in Warwickshire, in the ... - Pągina 4
per John Dowdall - 1838 - 19 pągines
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William Shakspere: A Biography, Llibre 2

Charles Knight - 1843 - 542 pągines
...and subsequently adds, " Not one for fear of the curse abovesaid dare touch his grave-stone, though his wife and daughters did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him." This information is given by the tourist upon the authority of the clerk who showed him the church,...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volum 30

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1844
...to the character of the inscription. t Shak. by Bo»we'' 316 A Fine Day at Stratford-upon-Avon. 517 and daughters did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him." * " What needs my Shakspeare for big honoured bones 1" Milton exclaims, in his epitaph on his fellow-poet....
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The home of Shakspere illustrated and described

Frederick William Fairholt - 1847 - 32 pągines
...common in inscriptions of the same age. There is a traditionary story, bearing date 1693, which says, " His wife and daughters did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him," but that "not one for fear of the curse above said dare touch his gravestone." Next to that of Shakspere...
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The Homes of Shakspere

1847 - 32 pągines
...common in inscriptions of the same age. There is a traditionary story, bearing date 1693, which says, " His wife and daughters did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him," but that "not one for fear of the curse above said dare touch his gravestone." Next to that of Shakspere...
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Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Volum 3

British Archaeological Association - 1848
...extinguished. Not one for feare of the curse above, dare touch his grave-stone ; tho' his wife and daughter did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him." This manuscript was printed entire a short time ago, but has not been publicly circulated, and may,...
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The Life of William Shakespeare: Including Many Particulars Respecting the ...

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1848 - 336 pągines
...his family, but the male line is extinguishd : not one for feare of the eurse abovesaid dare toueh his grave-stone, tho his wife and daughters did earnestly desire to be layd in the same grave with him. It was probably somewhere about the same period that Betterton the...
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The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Poems of William Shakspere, Volum 7

William Shakespeare - 1851
...and subsequently adds, " Not one for fear of the curse above-said dare touch his grave-stone, though his wife and daughters did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him." This information is given by the tourist upon the authority of the clerk who showed him the church,...
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Sights and Scenes in Europe: A Series of Letters from England, France ...

Anne Tuttle Jones Bullard - 1852 - 255 pągines
...spares the stones : And curst be ho that moves my bones. " Tradition says, that " his wife and daughter did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him, " but that "not one, for fear of the curse above said, dare touch his grave stone." The inscription...
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SIGHTS AND SCENES IN EUROPE: A SERIES OF LETTERS

MRS. A.T.J. BULLARD - 1852
...that moves my bones. " 244 SIGHTS AND SCENES IN EUROPE. Tradition says, that " his wife and daughter did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him, " but that "not one, for fear of the curse above said, dare touch his grave stone." The inscription...
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European Historical Collections: Comprising England, Scotland, with Holland ...

John Warner Barber - 1855 - 568 pągines
...subsequently adds : — " Not one, for fear of the curse above-said, dare touch his grave-stone, though his wife and daughters did earnestly desire to be laid in the same grave with him." We have here authority for the existence of the epitaph seventy-seven years after Shakespear's death...
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