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|No more tears now; I will think upon revenge. —Mary, Queen of Scots, on hearing |
of Riccio's death (March 9, 1566) Oft have I heard that grief softens the mind, And
makes it fearful and degenerate; Think therefore on revenge and cease to ...
|Monte Cristo in Africa: seeking revenge for past wrongs Now hear! The elephant |
smashed everything; there was ... (Cyrano de Bergerac, La Mort d'Agrippine) No
more tears now; I will think upon revenge. (Mary, Queen of Scots, said upon the ...
|Catherine Mulvany. PAR T ONE Revenge No more tears now; I will think upon |
revenge. —M ARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS 1 April 2004 Half Moon Bay, California I
|Selected Quotes on Jealousy, Revenge, and Betrayal Gin Sander. Now hatred is |
by far the lowest pleasure; men love in haste, but they detest at leisure. LORD
BYRON No more tears now; I will think upon revenge. MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS
|“No more tears now,” she said with deadly calm, “I will think upon revenge.”12 |
Eggs, anyone? It's not over just yet. Once the mess was made, all ofthe
conspirators, including Darnley, up and leave, and with all the concern of a
hunting party ...
|Word reached the queen, now, that Rizzio was dead. 'No more tears, now,' said |
Mary. 'I will think upon revenge.' It was soon known that the Protestant exiles
were returning to Edinburgh. The coup had failed in some particulars: Bothwell
|There is no record that Elizabeth was perturbed to hear of this, although even if |
she had been, the letter would have arrived too ... “No more tears now; I will think
upon revenge”, she had remarked soon after the murder, and she confronted this
|He is a hunter, a fisherman, a shepherd, or a critic, and must remain so if he does |
not want to lose his means of livelihood. The German ... Motto embroidered on
her canopy of state 2 No more tears now; I will think upon revenge. Said after the
|OUT OF THE INIOUTHS OF BABES No more tears now: I will think upon revenge. |
~/ c.(_//(127 Q-9?':/(12/~ But marital happiness proved elusive. Upon Henry II's
Q3 death in 1559, Mary and Francois were crowned king and queen of France.
|Chapter. Two. No more tears now; I will think upon revenge. —Mary, Queen of |
Scots ... At that thought, he spit out a few more curses. But the door could not be
intimidated into reopening. With one final oath, the marquis shrugged, hurled his