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" ... and the actors forbidden to present us with any of their tragedies, because we had enough of that in earnest; and comedies, because the vices of the age were too lively and smartly represented ; then all that we could divert ourselves with were these... "
A Select Collection of Old Plays: In Twelve Volumes - Page cli
by Robert Dodsley - 1825
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The works of Beaumont and Fletcher: in fourteen volumes: with an ...

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1812
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humours and pieces of plays, which, passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow, called Bottom...or some such title, were only allowed us, and that by stealth too, and under pretence of ropedancing, or the like; and these being all that was permitted...
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History and description of the parish of Clerkenwell

Thomas Kitson Cromwell - History - 1828 - 80 pages
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humours and pieces of plays, which, passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow, called ' Bottom...Weaver', ' Simpleton the Smith', ' John Swabber", or some snob title, were only allowed us, and that bat by stealth too, and under pretence of rope-dancing,...
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Life and works of Cowper, by R. Southey

William Cowper, Robert Southey - Literary Criticism - 1836
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humours, and pieces of plays, which passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow, called Bottom the Weaver, Simpleton the Smith, John Swahbler, or some such title, were only allowed us, and that but by stealth, and under pretence of...
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The Life of William Cowper, Esq, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1839
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humors, and pieces of plays, which passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow, called Bottom the Weaver, Simpleton the Smith, John Swabbler, or some such title, were only allowed us, and that but by stealth, and under pretence of...
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The life of William Cowper, esq, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1839
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humors, and pieces of plays, which passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow, called Bottom the Weaver, Simpleton the Smith, John Swabbler, or some such title, were only allowed us, and that but by stealth, and under pretence of...
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An Introduction to Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1841 - 104 pages
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humours and pieces of plays, which passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow called Bottom...and that but by stealth too, and under pretence of rope dancing and the like."* The information which Pepys has given us relative to the representation...
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The First Sketch of Shakespeare's Merry Wives of Windsor

William Shakespeare - Falstaff, John, Sir (Fictitious character) - 1842 - 141 pages
...applause," 4to. Lond. 1661. ourselves with were these humours and pieces of plays, which passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow called Bottom...and that but by stealth too, and under pretence of rope dancing and the like."* The information which Pepys has given us relative to the representation...
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The Life of William Cowper, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1843
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humors, and pieces of plays, which passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow, called Bottom the Weaver, Simpleton the Smith, John Swahbler, or some such title, were only allowed us. arid t!iat but by stealth, and under pretence of...
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The Works of William Cowper, Volume 1

William Cowper - 1853
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humours, and pieces of plays, which passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow, called Bottom the Weaver, Simpleton the Smith, John Swabbler, or some such title, were only allowed us, and that but by stealth, and under pretence of...
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The merry conceited humors of Bottom the weaver

William Shakespeare, the weaver Bottom - 1860
...all that we could divert ourselves with were these humours and pieces of plays, which, passing under the name of a merry conceited fellow called Bottom...these being all that was permitted us, great was the confluence of the auditors, and these small things were as profitable, and as great get-pennies, to...
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