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" Dick, but the slaves are somewhat proud ; and besides, it is a good sport in a part to see them never speak in their walk, but . at the end of the stage, just as though in walking with a fellow we should never speak but at a stile, a gate, or a ditch,... "
Works of the Camden Society - Page x
1840
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Supposes: a comedy written in the Italian tongue by Ariosto, Englished by ...

Thomas Hawkins - English drama - 1773
...the end of the ftage : juft as though in walking with a fellow, we fhould never fpeak but at a ftile, a gate, or a ditch, where a man can go no further. I was once at a comedy in Cambridge, and there I faw a parafite make faces and mouths of all forts on this fafhion....
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An examination of the charges maintained by messrs. Malone, Chalmers and ...

Octavius Graham Gilchrist - 1808
...their walk, but at the end of the stage; just as though in walking with a fellow, we should never speak but at a stile, a gate, or a ditch, where a man can go no further. I was once at a comedy in Cambridge, and there I saw a parasite make faces and mouths of all sorts ori this fashion/"...
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The ancient British drama ...

Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...the stage, just as though in walking with a fellow we should never speake but at a stile, a gate, nr a ditch, where a man can go no further. I was once at a comedie in Cambridge, and there I saw a parásito make faces and mouths of all sorts on this fashion. .Bur. A little teaching will mend these...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...in their walk, but at the end of the stage, just as though in walking with a fellow we should never speake but at a stile, a gate, or a ditch, where a man can go no further. 1 was once at a comedie in Cambridge, and there 1 saw a parasite make faces and mouths of all sorts...
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A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 9

Robert Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt - English drama - 1874
...walk, but at the end of the stage; just as though, in walking with a fellow, we should never speak hut at a stile, a gate, or a ditch, where a man can ff> no further. I was once at a comedy in Cambridge, and there I saw a parasite make faces and mouths...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 52; Volume 115

1890
...speak but at the end of the stage, just as though, in walking with a fellow, we should never speak but at a stile, a gate, or a ditch, where a man can go no further." Besides possessing a good memory, an actor needed to have "a quick study." It is not generally known...
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The return from Parnassus: or, The scourge of simony

Edward Arber - 1895 - 72 pages
...the slaues are somewhat proud, and besides, it is a good sport in a part, to see them neuer speake in their walke, but at the end of the stage, iust...man can go no further. I was once at a Comedie in u Cambridge, and there I saw a parasite make faces and mouths of all sorts on this fashion. Bur. A...
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Notes on the Bacon-Shakespeare Question

Charles Allen - 1900 - 306 pages
...Burbage in Act IV, Scene iii, are made to talk together as follows : — " Kemp. I was once at a comedy in Cambridge, and there I saw a parasite make faces and mouths of all sorts in this fashion. Burbage. A little teaching will mend these faults; and it may be, besides, they will...
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The return from Parnassus: or, The scourge of simony

William Henry Oliphant Smeaton - Return from Parnassus - 1905 - 135 pages
...walk, but . at the end of the stage, just as though in walking with a fellow we should never speak but at a stile, a gate, or a ditch, where a man can go no further. I was once at a comedy in Cambridge, and there I saw a parasite make faces and mouths of all sorts on this fashion....
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Shakespeare im literarischen Urteil seiner Zeit

Levin Ludwig Schücking - Drama - 1908 - 196 pages
...in their walke, but at the end of the stage, just as though in walking with a fellow we should never speake but at a stile, a gate, or a ditch, where a...saw a parasite make faces and mouths of all sorts in this fashion. Bur. A little teaching will mend these faults, and it may bee besides they will be...
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