Love's Labour's Lost
MesaView, Incorporated, 1956 - 196 Seiten
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The plague , to which much reference is made in v . ii . 419 ff . , was also particularly violent in the years 1591-4 , and it was during this epidemic that the phrase “ Lord have mercy upon us ” ( quoted at v . ii .
I think , despite Charlton's shall , in point of Honour , resort to discovery , that the reference is not a any Grammar - rules out of the Books particular one to Segar but a general De Du [ e ] llo , or such like .
French brawl ] A French dance reference to the 1593 riots against ( the bransle ) that became popular in Protestant refugees ( Huguenots from England during the second half of France especially ) , satire of whom , the sixteenth century ...