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" ... supper and covent, and it was almost supper time, wherefore he thought it was time to depart thence, so he payed for his drinke and tooke his leave, and homeward he went, and in his way he found a fat cowe grasing in the field, and sodainly he devided... "
The lyfe of Robert the deuyll, a romance. From the ed. by W. de Worde - Page 15
by Robert (le diable, duke of Normandy.) - 1828
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The Historie of Frier Rush: how he came to a house of religion to seeke ...

Religion - 1620 - 37 pages
...the field, and fodainly he deuided her into two parts, and the one halfe he left lying there ftill, and the other halfe he tooke on his necke and carried it home, and quickly hee made it ready ; fome he put in the pot, and fome vpon the fpit, and he made a great fire and fet on the pot, and...
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Anecdotes of literature and scarce books, Volume 1

William Beloe - Bibliography - 1814
...found " a fat cowe grasing in the field, and sudaynely " he divided her into two parts, and the one " halfe he tooke on his necke and carried it " home, and quickly he made it ready: some <l he put into the pot and some upon the spit, " and he made a great tire and...
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A Collection of Early Prose Romances, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...played and passed the time, that cleane hee had forgotten what he had to doe at home, and the (lay went fast away, and the night approached. Anon Rush...that every thing was ready by the houre accustomed to goe to supper, whereof the Prior anil all the Friers had" great mervaile, that he had made every thing-...
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Ancient English Fictions, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...for his drinke and tooke his leave, and homeward he went, and in his way he found a fat cowe grasiug in the field, and sodainly he devided her into two...that every thing was ready by the houre accustomed to goe to supper, whereof the Prior and all the Friers had great mervaile, that he had made every thing...
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Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 2

William Evans Burton - History - 1838
...way he founde a fat cowe erasing in the field, and sudaynely he divided her in two parts, and the one halfe he tooke on his necke and carried it home, and quickly he made it ready, some he put in the pot, and tome upon the apit, and he made mervaillouu good pottage,...
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Early English Prose Romances: With Bibliographical and Historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...time that Rush when all his businesse was done in the kitchiii, lie would goe forth into the couutrey to sport him and to passe the time with good company...that every thing was ready by the houre accustomed to goe to supper, whereof the Prior and all the Friers had great mervaile, that he had made every thing...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...entred, and there hee found good fellowes playing at cardes, and drinking, and made cheare : then Eush made obeysance to them, and sate downe among them,...that every thing was ready by the houre accustomed to goe to supper, whereof the Prior and all the Friers had great mervaile, that he had made every thing...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...forgotten what he had to doe at home, and the day went fast away, and the night approached. Anon Hush looked up and perceived that it was almost night,...the spit : and he made mervailous good pottage, and rested the meate very well, and he made such speede, that every thing was ready by the houre accustomed...
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Early prose romances, ed. by H. Morley

Henry Morley - 1889
...left lying there still, and the other half he took on his neck and carried it home, and quickly he made it ready. Some he put in the pot, and some upon...spit, and he made a great fire and set on the pot, and laid to the spit : and he made marvellous good pottage, and roasted the meat very well, and he made...
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Early Prose Romances

Henry Morley - English literature - 1889 - 446 pages
...left lying there still, and the other half he took on his neck and carried it home, and quickly he made it ready. Some he put in the pot, and some upon...spit, and he made a great fire and set on the pot, and laid to the spit : and he made marvellous good pottage, and roasted the meat very well, and he made...
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