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" But now, quoth he, we will change our chidings to kissings, and it vexeth me that these cherry lipps should be subiect to such a Lobcocke as thy husband. Subiect to him, quoth she : In faith sir, no, I will haue my lips at as much liberty as my tongue,... "
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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A Collection of Early Prose Romances, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...remembred, that while this preparation was in hand, that Cutb. of Kendall had not forgot his kindnes to his Oastesse of Bosomes Inne. Therefore finding...Church, to make him my husband. And so shedding a few dissembling teares, she stopt. What, my sweet Mistresae (quoth hel weepe you? Nay sit downe by...
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Ancient English Fictions, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...remembred, that while this preparation was in hand, that Cutb. of Kendall had not forgot his kindnes to his Oastesse of Bosomes Inne. Therefore finding...him, as for looking on him : it is such a mis-shapen mixer, and such a bundle of beastlinesse, that I can neuer thinke on him without spitting. Fie vpon...
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Early English Prose Romances: With Bibliographical and Historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...you, as you made shew for. Bold, my Cutbert ? quoth she, thou hast vowed thy selfe my seruant : andso being, you are not to bee blamed for doing what I...Church, to make him my husband. And so shedding a few dissembling tearea, she stopt. What, my sweet Mistresse (quoth he) weepe you ? Nay sit downe by...
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Early English Prose Romances: Robert the Deuyll. Thomas a Reading. Frier ...

William John Thoms - English prose literature - 1858
...sight, to thinke how prettily you began to brabble. But now, quoth he, we will change our eludings to kissings, and it vexeth me that these cherry lipps...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...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...chidiugs to kissings, and it vexeth me that these cherry lipps should be subiect to such a Lobeocke as thy husband. Subiect to him, quoth she : In faith...with me to the Church, to make him my husband. And BO shedding a few dissembling teares, she stopt. What, my sweet Mistresse (quoth he) weepe you ? Nay...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...chidings to kissings, and it vexeth me that these cherry lipps should be subiect to such a Lob; cocke as thy husband. Subiect to him, quoth she : In faith...beastlinesse, that I can neuer thinke on him without spitting. Pie vpon him, I would my friends had carried me to my graue, when they went with me to the Church,...
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