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“Angler: for I have heard many grave, serious men pitie, and many pleasant men scoff at Anglers.”
“Dread not awhit (O goodly cruel) that pitie may enter”
“Beate them, or do theim wronge, and they onely wil looke vppon you, neither shewinge token of wrathe, nor countenaunce of pitie.”
“And when by the good Citezeins suche tendrenes had been shewed to two or thre, as the mothers loked for, and manhode (to saie the truthe) doth require: the dore of pitie became so fruictfull a mother, that she had not now one or twoo in a yere, but three or fower in a quarter.”
“Whosoeuer be taken in robberie or theft, is put to death without all pitie.”
“Had great pitie on vs, and sayd he would haue nought,”
“It was great pitie to behold how the Spaniards lay swimming in the sea, and were not able to saue their liues.”
“For such a fellow is put to death among the Tartars without all pitie or mercie.”
“Can, and what slender cheere they found at his Court, that they seeme no lesse worthy of praise then of pitie.”
“Another word with approximately the same meaning, pity (French, pitie; Italian, pieta; etc.), con-notes a certain condescension towards the sufferer.”
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