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" I would my friends had carried me to my graue, when they went with me to the Church, to make him my husband. And so shedding a few dissembling teares, she stopt. What, my sweet Mistresse (quoth he) weepe you ? Nay sit downe by my side, and I will sing... "
The lyfe of Robert the deuyll, a romance. From the ed. by W. de Worde - Page 26
by Robert (le diable, duke of Normandy.) - 1828
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Ancient English Fictions, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...my husband. And so shedding a few dissembling teares, she stopt. What, my sweet Mistresae (quoth he} weepe you? Nay sit downe by my side, and I will sing...said Cutbert: and in troth, quoth she, if you fall a- singing I will sing with you. That is well you can so suddenly change your notes, quoth Cutbert,...
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Early English Prose Romances: With Bibliographical and Historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...Mistresse (quoth he) weepe you ? Nay sit downe by my side, and I will sing thee one of my Countrey liggesto make thee merry. Wilt thou in faith (quoth shee) ?...well you can so suddenly change your notes, quoth Cuthbert, then haue at it. MAN. Long haue I lou'd this bonny Lasse, Yet durst not shew the same. WOM....
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...my husband. And so shedding a few dissembling teares, she stopt. What, my sweet Mistresse (quoth he) weepe you ? Nay sit downe by my side, and I will sing thee one of my Countrey liggesto make thee merry. Wilt thou in faith (quoth shee) ? Tes verily, said Cutbert : and in troth,...
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Early English Prose Romances: Robert the Deuyll. Thomas a Reading. Frier ...

William John Thoms - English prose literature - 1858
...my husband. And so shedding a few dissembling teares, she stopt. What, my sweet Mistresse (quoth he) weepe you ? Nay sit downe by my side, and I will sing thee one of my Countrey Iiggesto make thee merry. Wilt thou in faith (quoth shee) ? Tes verily, said Cutbert : and in troth,...
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Tell-Trothes New Yeares Gift ...: And The Passionate Morrice. 1593.--John ...

Frederick James Furnivall, John Lane, Thomas Powell - 1876 - 210 pages
...of Tarleton, were often extempore,) and any other merry ditties, were called jigs. ' Nay, sit down by my side, and I will sing thee one of my countrey jigges to make thee merry,' says Deloney, in his Thomas of Reading." ChappelTs Popular Music, ii....
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Tell-trothes New-yeares Gift, Being Robin Good-Fellowes Newes Out of Those ...

Frederick James Furnivall - 1876 - 210 pages
...of Tarleton, were often extempore,) and any other merry ditties, were called jigs. ' Nay, sit down by my side, and I will sing thee one of my countrey jigges to make thee merry,' says Deloncy, in his Thomas of Reading." Chappell's Popular Music,...
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Old English Popular Music, Volume 2

Harry Ellis Wooldridge - Ballads, English - 1893
...of Tarleton, were often extempore), and any other merry ditties, were called jigs. " Nay, sit down by my side, and I will sing thee one of my countrey jigges to make thee merry," says Dcloney, in his Tlwmas of Reading ; and Will. Kempe, the comedian...
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