| William Shakespeare - 1709
...to fpeak truth of Citfitr, I have not known, when his Affeftions fway'd, More than his Reafon. But **'tis a common Proof, That Lowlinefs is young Ambition's...Face; But when he once attains the upmoft Round, He** Julius He then unto the Ladder turns his Back, . . ..., ' Looks in the Clouds, fcorning the bafe Degrees... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1709
...to fpeak truth of C<efor f I have not known, when his Affections fway'd, More than his Reafon; But **'tis a- common Proof, That Lowlinefs is young Ambition's...his Face; But when he once attains the upmoft Round,** But for the general. He would be crown'd—- • m He then unto the Ladder turns his Back, Looks in... | |
| Charles Gildon - 1718
...Saints tor aye Be crown'd with Plagues, that thee alone obey. "fimen. Ib. OfLowlinefs, or Humility. But **'tis a common Proof, That Lowlinefs is young Ambition's...attains the upmoft Round, He then unto the Ladder turns** hi; Back, Looks in the Clouds, fcorniug the bafe Degrees By which he did attend. Brutus. In Julius... | |
| William Shakespeare, Mr. Theobald (Lewis) - 1733
...and, to fpeak truth of C#far, I have not known when his affe&ions fway'd More than his reafon. But **'tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's...fcorning the bafe degrees By which he- did afcend:** To C<efar may : Then, left he may,, prevent. And fince the quarrel "Will bear no colour, for the thing... | |
| Thomas Hayward, William Oldys - 1740
...ambition hath one heel nail'd in hell, Though fhe ftretch .her fingers to touch the heav'ns. Lillfs Midas. **'Tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's...clouds, fcorning the bafe degrees By which he did** aicend. So- Caifar may : And therefore think him as a-ierpent's egg, Which, hatch'd, would, as his... | |
| William Shakespeare, Sir Thomas Hanmer, Alexander Pope, Nicholas Rowe - 1745
...and to fpeak truth of C<efart ] have not known when his affections fway'd More than his reafon. But **'tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's...turns his back, Looks in the clouds, fcorning the** bale degrees By which he did afcend : fo C-.rfar may : Then, Then, left he may, prevent. And fince... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1747
...and to fpeak truth of Ctfar, \ have not known when his affections fway'd More than his reafon. But **'tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's ladder, Whereto the climber upward turns his** fa« ; But when he: once attains the upmoft round, He then unto the ladder turns bis back, By which... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1752
...bear, I can make off at pleafure, ACT II. SCENE I. f f Ambition, cover' d with fpecious Humility, But **'tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's...then unto the ladder turns his back, Looks in the** cloud., fcorning the bafe degrees By which he did afcend. Corifpiracy, dreadful till executed. (5)... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1762
...and to fpeak truth of Ceefar, I have not known when his affeftions fway'd More than his reafon. But **'tis a common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's ladder, Whereto the climber upward** tarns his face ; But when he once attains the utmoft round, He then unto the ladder turns his back,... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1765
...to fpeak truth of C<ffar t I have not known when his affections fway'd ' More than his reafon. But **'tis a ' common proof, That lowlinefs is young ambition's...fcorning the * bafe degrees By which he did afcend. So** C<efar may : Then, left he may, prevent. And fince the quarrel "Will bear no colour, for the thing... | |
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