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Emotions - Pride  

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2 A Memorable Song on the unhappy hunting in Chevy-Chase, between Earl/ Piercy of England, and Earl Dowglas of Scotland [Roxburghe 3.66-67]
25 A most notable example of an ungracious Son, who/ in the pride of his heart denyed his own Father [Roxburghe 1.226-27]
62 The Honour of a London Prentice [Pepys 3.252]
76 Saint Georges commendation to all Souldiers [Pepys 1.87]
81 Prides fall: Or, A warning for all English Women./ By the Example of a strange Monster born of late in Germany [Euing 269]
110 The doleful Dance, and Song of Death; Intituled, Dance after my Pipe [Pepys 2.62]