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Shakespeare.

Though thy speech doth fail,
One eye thou hast, to look to Heaven for grace :
The sun with one eye vieweth all the world.

1 HENRY VI. i. 4.

But, for the certain knowledge of that truth,
I put you o'er to Heaven.

* * * * Heaven guard my mother's honour.

KING JOHN, i. 1.

0, upon my knee, Made hard by kneeling, I do pray to thee.

Alter not the doom, Fore-thought by Heaven.

KING JOHN, iii. 1.

When thou fall’st (as God forbid the hour!)
Must Edward fall; which peril Heaven forfend.

3 HENRY VI. ii. 1.

Pray Heaven he sound not my disgrace.-
God, turn their hearts !

HENRY VIII. v. 2.

Allow not nature more than nature needs.

* * * * You Heavens, give me that patience, patience I need!

KING LEAR, ii. 4.

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Shakespeare.

Woe above woe! grief more than common grief! O, that my death would stay these ruthful deeds ! 0, pity, pity, gentle Heaven, pity!

3 HENRY VI. i. 5.

This gate Instructs you how to adore the Heavens ; and bows you To morning's holy office :Good morrow to the sun. Hail, thou fair Heaven!

CYMBELINE, iii. 3.

Shall we serve Heaven With less respect than we do minister To our gross selves ?

MEASURE FOR MEASURE, ii. 2.

O, but man! proud man !
Drest in a little brief authority;
Most ignorant of what he 's most assur’d,
Plays such fantastic tricks before high Heaven,
As make the angels weep.

MEASURE FOR MEASURE, ii. 2.

Flow, flow, you Heavenly blessings, on her.

CYMBELINE, iii. 5.

Heaven be the record to my speech!
In the devotion of a subject's love.

For what I speak,
My body shall make good upon this earth,
Or my divine soul answer it in Heaven.

RICHARD II. i. 1.

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And weep ye now, seeing she is advanc'd
Above the clouds, as high as Heaven itself?

ROMEO AND JULIET, iv. 5.

Heaven, in thy good cause, make thee prosperous.

RICHARD II. i. 3.

Sweet rest to his soul !
Fly, lords, and save yourselves ; for Warwick bids
You all farewell,—to meet again in Heaven.

3 HENRY VI. v. 2.

Now, Heaven help him !

KING LEAR, iii. 7.

'Would I had met my dearest foe in Heaven Or ever I had seen that day.

HAMLET, i. 2.

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For myself, to Heaven I do appeal, How I have lov'd my king, and commonweal.

2 HENRY VI. ii. 1.

First, methought, I stood not in the smile of Heaven.

HENRY VIII. ii. 4.

Hark! hark! the lark at Heaven's gate sings.

CYMBELINE, ii. 3.

Shakespeare.

Can we outrun the Heavens ?

2 HENRY VI. v. 2.

Give place ; by Heaven, thou shalt rule no more
O'er him, whom Heaven created for thy ruler !

2 HENRY VI. v. 1.

So defend thee Heaven, and thy valour!

RICHARD II. i. 3.

Heaven has an end in all.

HENRY VIII. ii. 1.

O Heavens ! that this treason were not, or not I the detector.

KING LEAR, iii. 5.

Each day still better other's happiness ;
Until the Heavens * * * *
Add an immortal title to your crown.

RICHARD II. i. 1.

The King of Heaven forbid, our lord the King
Should so with civil and uncivil arms
Be rush'd upon !

RICHARD II. iii. 3.

Then is there mirth in Heaven,
When earthly things made even

Atone together.

AS YOU LIKE IT, V. 4.

Shakespeare.

As false, by Heaven, as Heaven itself is true.

RICHARD II. iv. l.

All the stor'd vengeances of Heaven fall
On her !

KING LEAR, ii. 4.

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I charge thee,
As Heaven shall work in me for thine avail,
To tell me truly.

ALL 'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, I. 3.

The Heavens speed thee in thine enterprise.

JULIUS CÆSAR, ii. 4.

The will of Heaven Be done in this, and all things.

HENRY VIII. i. 1.

In that hope, I throw mine eyes to Heaven,
Scorning whate'er you can afflict me with.

3 HENRY VI. i. 4.

See what Heaven can do!

PERICLES, i. 4.

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