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" Nay saith she, if the Dauncer will lend me a leash of his belles, He venter to treade one mile with him my selfe. I lookt vpon her, saw mirth in her eies, heard boldnes in her words, and beheld her ready to tucke vp her russet petticoate, I fitted her... "
Works of the Camden Society - Page 9
1840
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The Gentleman's Magazine

Early English newspapers - 1840
...twenty-four days on the road. He was detained five days at Bury from snow, lend me a leash of his belles, lie venter to treade one mile with him my selfe.' I lookt...her eies, heard boldnes in her words, and beheld her ready to tucke vp her russet petticoate ; I fitted her wilh bels, which she merrily taking, garnisht...
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The Social History of Great Britain During the Reigns of the ..., Volume 2

William Goodman - Great Britain - 1844
...among the people, call'd him faint-hearted lout, saying : ' If I had begun to daunce, I would have held out one myle, though it had cost my life,' at...if the dauncer will lend me a leash of his belles, lie ventur to treade one mile with him my selfe.' I look't upon her, saw mirth in her eies, heard boldness...
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The Social History of Great Britain During the Reigns of the ..., Volume 2

William Goodman - Great Britain - 1845
...among the people, call'd him faint-hearted lout, saying : ' If I had begun to daunce, I would have held out one myle, though it had cost my life,' at...the dauncer will lend me a leash of his belles, He ventur to trcade one mile with him my selfe.' I look't upon her, saw mirth in her eies, heard boldness...
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The Social History of Great Britain During the Reigns of the Stuarts ...

William Goodman - Great Britain - 1847
...among the people, call'd him faint-hearted lout, saying : ' If I had begun to daunce, I would have held out one myle, though it had cost my life,' at...if the dauncer -will lend me a leash of his belles, lie ventur to treade one mile with him my selfe.' I look't upon her, saw mirth in her eies, heard boldness...
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The Reliquary, Volume 19

Archaeology - 1879
...being among the people cal'd him faint hearted lout, saying, 'If I had begun to dannce, I would have held out one myle though it had cost my life.' At which wordes many laughed. ' Nay,' said she, 'if the Duuncer will lend me a leash of his belles, He venter to tread one mile with him...
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Rush-bearing: An Account of the Old Custom of Strewing Rushes; Carrying ...

Alfred Burton - England - 1891 - 189 pages
...being among the people, call'd him faint-hearted lout, saying, ' If I had begun to daunce, I would have held out one myle, though it had cost my life.' At which words many laughed. ' Nay,' saith she, ' if the dauncer will lend me a leash of his bells, I'le venter...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 115

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Literary Criticism - 1907
...I had begun to daunce, I would have held out one myle, ihough it had cost my life.' At which words many laughed. ' Nay,' saith she. ' if the dauncer will lend me a leash of his belles, lie venter to treade one myle with him myself.' I lookt upon her, saw mirth in her eies, heard boldness...
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Modern Dancing and Dancers

John Ernest Crawford Flitch - Ballet - 1912 - 228 pages
...being among the people, cal'd him faint-hearted lout, saying, ' If I had begun to daunce, I would have held out one myle, though it had cost my life.' At which words many laughed. ' Nay,' saith she, 'if the dauncer will lend me a leash of his bells, I'le venter...
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A Handy Book of Curious Information: Comprising Strange Happenings in the ...

William Shepard Walsh - Curiosities and wonders - 1913 - 942 pages
...being among the people, cal'd him faint hearted lout, saying: 'If I had begun to daunce I would have held out one myle, though it had cost my life.' At which words many laughed. ' Nay.' suith she, ' if the dauncer will lend me a leash of his belles I'le venter...
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The History of Morris Dancing, 1458-1750

John Forrest - Drama - 1999 - 439 pages
...hearted lout, saying, 'If I had begun to daunce, I would haue held out one myle though it had cost me my life.' At which wordes many laughed. 'Nay,' saith...her eies, heard boldnes in her words, and beheld her ready to tucke vp her russet petticoate; I fitted her with bels, which [s]he merrily taking, garnisht...
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