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Elizabethan drama, 1558-1642: a history of the drama in England from the ... - Page 64
by Felix Emmanuel Schelling - 1908
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The history of the University of Cambridge from the conquest to the year 1634

Thomas Fuller - History - 1840 - 335 pages
...assigned to the townsfolk, (riveted in with scholars on all sides) where they might see and be seen. Here they did behold themselves in their own best clothes...whether he that sat by, or he who acted on the stage. Sit still they could not for chafing, go out they could not for crowding, but impatiently patient were...
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The history of the University of Cambridge: and of Waltham Abbey. With the ...

Thomas Fuller - Waltham Abbey (England) - 1840 - 688 pages
...assigned to the townsfolk, (riveted in with Scholars on all sides,) where they might see and be seen. Here they did behold themselves in their own best clothes, (which the Scholars had borrowed,) so livelily personated, their habits, gestures, language, lieger-jests, and expressions, that it was hard...
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The History of the University of Cambridge: And of Waltham Abbey. With the ...

Thomas Fuller - Heylyn, Peter, 1599-1662. Examen historicum - 1840 - 688 pages
...assigned to the townsfolk, (riveted in with Scholars on all sides,) where they might see and be seen. Here they did behold themselves in their own best clothes, (which the Scholars had borrowed,) so livelily personated, their habits, gestures, language, liegcr-jests, and expressions, that it was hard...
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The universities. Le Keux's Memorials of Cambridge, views, with historical ...

Thomas Wright, Harry Longueville Jones - History - 1841
...assigned to the townsfolk, (riveted in with scholars on all sides,) where they might see and be seen. Here they did behold themselves in their own best clothes...whether he that sat by, or he who acted on the stage. Sit still they could not for chafing, go out they could not for crowding, but impatiently patient were...
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Annals of Cambridge, Volume 2

Charles Henry Cooper - Education - 1843
...their habits, gestures, language, lieger-jests, and expres" sions, that it was hard to deeide, whieh was the true townsman, " whether he that sat by, or he who aeted on the stage. Sit still they " eould not for ehafing, go out they eould not for erowding, but...
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Transactions

Birmingham Historical Society - 1881
...in with scholars on all sides), where they might sec and be secn. Here they did behold fhrinu'lfis in their own best clothes (which the scholars had...hard to decide which was the true townsman, whether ho that sat by, or he who acted on the stage. Sit still they could not for chafing ; go out they could...
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Transactions for the first (-third) session

Birmingham historical society - 1881
...(riveted in with scholars on all sides), where they might see and be xem. Here they did behold fhrmselrea in their own best clothes (which the scholars had...hard to decide which was the true townsman, whether ho that sat by, or he who acted on the stage. Sit still they could not for d,aling ; go out they could...
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The University of Cambridge, Volume 2

James Bass Mullinger - 1884
...assigned to the townsfolk (riveted in with scholars on all sides) where they might see and be seen. Here they did behold themselves in their own best clothes...hard to decide which was the true townsman, whether 1 Cooper, Annals, in. 6-7: 'The Gogmagog Hills, where bowling, rununiversity discipline,' Bays Racket...
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The Eagle, Volumes 13-14

1885
...assigned to the townsfolk (riveted in with scholars on all sides) where they might see and be seen. Here they did behold themselves in their own best clothes...whether he that sat by, or he who acted on the stage. Sit still they could not for chafing, go out they could not for crowding, but impatiently patient were...
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