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God shall mend my soul.
ROMEO AND JULIET, i. 5.
Fare thee well; and God have mercy upon one of our souls !
TWELFTH NIGHT, iii. 4.
My comfort is, that Heaven will take our souls,
RICHARD II. iii. l.
God in mercy so deal with my soul,
2 HENRY VI. i. 3.
Sweet rest his soul !
3 HENRY VI. v. 2.
God have mercy on his soul !
HAMLET, iv. 5.
God take mercy on brave Talbot's soul !
1 HENRY VI. iv. 3.
In simple and pure soul I come to you.
OTHELLO, I. 1.
Sheba was never
HENRY VIII. v. 4.
RELIGIOUS AND MORAL SENTENCES FROM
Thus war hath given thee peace : for thou art still.-
2 HENRY VI. v. 2.
Never come such division 'tween our souls !
JULIUS CÆSAR, iv. 3.
Now have I paid my vow unto his soul.
I HENRY VI. ii. 2.
0, villains, vipers, damn’d without redemption !
* * Three Judases ; each one thrice worse than Judas ! * * * Terrible hell make war Upon their spotted souls for this offence !
RICHARD II. iii, 2.
Arm you against your other enemies ;
KING John, iv. 2.
KING JOHN, v. 7.
RICHARD III. v. 3.
By Heaven, he shall not have a Scot of them!
1 HENRY IV. i. 3.
I do not set my life at a pin's fee ;
HAMLET, i. 4.
The immortal part needs a physician ; but that moves not him : though that be sick, it dies not.
2 HENRY IV. ii. 2.
Thy souls flight,
MACBETH, iii. 1.
The soul and body rive not more in parting,
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, iv. 11.
There 's not the smallest orb which thou behold’st,
MERCHANT OF VENICE, v. 1.
Since thou hast far to go, bear not along
RICHARD II. i. 3.
He is the very soul of bounty !
TIMON OF ATHENS, i, 2.
That in his reprieve, Longer, or shorter, he may be so fitted, That his soul sicken not.
MEASURE FOR MEASURE, ii. 4.
In mercy, thou wilt mind
HENRY V. iv. 3.
Sirrah, thou art said to have a stubborn soul,
MEASURE FOR MEASURE, v. 1.
The conjunction of our inward souls, Married in league, coupled and link'd together, With all religious strength of sacred vows.
KING JOHN, iii, 1.
That is to see how deep my grave is made:
2 HENRY VI. iii. 1.
As you wish christian peace to souls departed,
HENRY VIII. iv. 2.
To move wild laughter in the throat of death ?
LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, v. 2.
Often did I strive
RICHARD III. i. 4.
Speak no more:
HAMLET, iii. 4.
Whose soul is that which takes her heavy leave ?
3 HENRY VI. ii. 6.