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" The French affects the Orleans' grape, The Spaniard tastes his sherry, The English none of these can 'scape, But he with all makes merry. The Italian in her high chopine,* Scotch lass, and lovely Frow too, The Spanish Donna, French Madam, He will not... "
Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages - Page 138
by Percy Society - 1849
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Old English plays [ed. by C. W. Dilke].

English plays - 1815
...Italian in her high chioppine, Scotch lass, and lovely Erse too, The Spanish donna, French madam, He doth not fear to go to : Nothing so full of hazard, dread, Nought lives above the centre, No health, no fashion, wine or wench, On which he dare not venture. Clown. God-a-mercy for this ! in faith,...
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The Thracian wonder

Charles Wentworth Dilke, Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1816
...Italian in her high chioppine, Scotch lass, and lovely Erse too, The Spanish donna, French madam, He doth not fear to go to: * Nothing so full of hazard, dread, Nought lives above the centre, No health, no fashion, wine or wench, On which he dare not venture. Clown. God-a-mercy for this! in faith,...
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 11

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1825
...The Spaniard tastes his sherry, The English none of these can 'scape, But he with all makes merry. The Spanish Donna, French Madam, He will not fear...lives above the centre, No fashion, health, no wine, no wench, On which he dare not venture." In this play there is a strange mixture of the solemn and...
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The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1825
...Give me your English beaver. The German loves his coney-wool, The Irishman his shag too, The Welsh his Monmouth loves to wear, And of the same will brag...lives above the centre, No fashion, health, no wine, no wench, On which he dare not venture." In this play there is a strange mixture of the solemn and...
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The Old English Drama: The second maiden's tragedy

English drama - 1825
...Lubeck beer, And that is strong, and mighty ; The Briton he metheglin quaffs, The Irish aqua vitae ; The French affects the Orleans' grape, ' The Spaniard...no wine, nor wench, On which he dare not venture. SCENE II. Enter SEXTUS, LUCRECE, and ATTENDANTS. Luc. This ring, my lord, hath op'd the gates to you...
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The Retrospective Review

Henry Southern - Books - 1825
...Lubeck beer, And that is strong and mighty ; The Briton he metheglin quaffs, The Irish aqua vitee ; The French affects the Orleans grape, The Spaniard...lives above the centre, No fashion, health, no wine, no wench, On which he dare not venture." In this play there is a strange mixture of the solemn and...
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The Old English Drama

1825
...The English none of these can 'scape, But he with all makes merry. The Italian in her high chopiue, Scotch lass, and lovely Frow too, The Spanish Donna,...no wine, nor wench, On which he dare not venture. Hor. Good Valerius, this has brought us even to the skirts of the camp : enter, lords. [exeunt. SCENE...
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Old English Drama: The second maiden's tragedy

English drama - 1825
...merry. The Italian in her high chopine, Scotch lass, and lovely Frow too, The Spanish Donna, Freuch Madam, He will not fear to go to ; Nothing so full...no wine, nor wench, On which he dare not venture. SCENE D. Emtrr >s*_n.*. Lccmuct. Luc. Ttus ring, my lord, hath op'd tie gates to you ; For though...
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Old English Drama: The second maiden's tragedy

English drama - 1825
...The Italian in her high chopine, Scotch lass, and lovely Frow too, The Spanish Donna, French Madain, He will not fear to go to ; Nothing so full of hazard...no wine, nor wench, On which he dare not venture. HOT. Good Valerius, this has brought us even to the skirts of the camp : enter, lords. [exeuntSCENE...
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The Retrospective Review

Books - 1825
...Spaniard tastes his sherry, The English none of these can 'scape, , i But he with all makes merry. The Spanish Donna, French Madam, He will not fear...lives above the centre, No fashion, health, no wine, no wench, On which he dare not venture." In this play there is a strange mixture of the solemn and...
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