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" I entreated a bearward one day to come down with the dogs of some four parishes, that way, and I thank him, he did ; and cried his games under Master Morose's window : till he was sent crying away, with his head made a most bleeding spectacle to the multitude. "
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Specimens of the Elizabethan Drama from Lyly to Shirley, A.D. 1580-A.D. 1642 ...

William Henry Williams - 1905 - 600 pages
...exercise, to breathe him. He would grow resty else in his ease: his virtue would rust without action. I entreated a bearward, one day, to come down with...of some four parishes that way, and I thank him he 145 did; and cried his games under master Morose's windore: till he was sent crying away, with his...
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Works, Volume 1

Ben Jonson - 1912 - 594 pages
...exercise, to breathe him. He would grow resty else in his ease : his virtue would rust without action. I entreated a bearward one day to come down with the...head made a most bleeding spectacle to the multitude. And another time, a fencer marching to bis prize had his drum most tragically run through, for taking...
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Representative English Comedies: With Introductory Essays and ..., Volume 2

1913 - 668 pages
...foure parishes that way, and I thanke him, he did ; and cryed his games under Master Morose's windore : till he was sent crying away with his head made a most bleeding spectacle to the multitude. And another time, a fencer marching to his prize had his drum most tragically run through, for taking...
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The Works of Shakespeare: The merry wives of Windsor

William Shakespeare - 1904 - 324 pages
...His jerky form of speech is not always grammatical. By Epicene, I. i. (408*), Clerimont's Page says: "I entreated a bearward one day to come down with...away with his head made a most bleeding spectacle." This is the Host's expression. For some of the "games," see note at ii 308. "Fighting at head" and...
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Ben Jonson's Art: Elizabethan Life and Literature as Reflected Therein

Esther Cloudman Dunn - 1925 - 194 pages
...the delight of his mischievous nephew to tempt boisterous street entertainers into that quiet byway: I entreated a bearward one day to come down with the...did; and cried his games under Master Morose's window . . . And another time, a fencer marching to his prize, had his drum most tragically run through, for...
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Epicoene: Or the Silent Woman

Ben Jonson - 1966 - 188 pages
...exercise, to breathe him. He would grow resty else in his ease. His virtue would rust without action. I entreated a bearward one day to come down with the...parishes that way, and I thank him he did, and cried his 165 games under Master Morose's windore till he was sent 150. upon] up on Fl (rrf); on Fl 158. tir,]...
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The Selected Plays of Ben Jonson: Volume 1: Sejanus, Volpone, Epicoene Or ...

Ben Jonson, Martin Butler - 1989 - 468 pages
...him. He would grow resty else in his ease. His virtue would rust without action. I entreated a 195 bearward, one day, to come down with the dogs of some...head made a most bleeding spectacle to the multitude. 200 And another time, a fencer, marching to his prize, had his drum most tragically run through, for...
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Alchemist and Other Plays

Ben Jonson - 1998 - 566 pages
...exercise, to breathe him. He 155 would grow resty else in his ease. His virtue would rust without action. I entreated a bear.ward one day to come down with...way, and I thank him, he did; and cried his games 0 under Master Morose's window till he was sent crying away with his head made a most bleeding spectacle...
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The Routledge Anthology of Renaissance Drama

Simon Barker, Hilary Hinds - 2003 - 492 pages
...exercise, to breathe him. He would grow resty else in his ease. His virtue would rust without action. I entreated a bearward, one day, to come down with...head made a most bleeding spectacle to the multitude. And, another time, a fencer, marching to his prize, had his drum most tragically run through, for taking...
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The Routledge Anthology of Renaissance Drama

Simon Barker, Hilary Hinds - 2003 - 492 pages
...exercise, to breathe him. He would grow resty else in his ease. His virtue would rust without action. I entreated a bearward, one day, to come down with...head made a most bleeding spectacle to the multitude. And, another time, a fencer, marching to his prize, had his drum most tragically run through, for taking...
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