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" As Hercules was going to plucke the fruit, Fryer Bacon held up his wand, at which Hercules stayed and seemed fearful. Vandermast bid him for to gather of the fruit, or else he would torment him. Hercules was more fearfull, and said, I cannot, nor I dare... "
The lyfe of Robert the deuyll, a romance. From the ed. by W. de Worde - Page 22
by Robert (le diable, duke of Normandy.) - 1828
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Miscellanea Antiqua Anglicana: Or, A Select Collection of Curious ..., Volume 1

Christmas plays, English - 1816
...time gathered of thisFrt-if, and made the Dragon crouch: and now againe shall hce gather it in splght of all opposition. As Hercules was going to plucke...Hercules was^ more fearfull, and said, I cannot, nor I dare not: for great Bacon stands, whose charms are farre more powerfull than thine, I must obey him...
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A Select Collection of Old Plays: In Twelve Volumes, Volume 8

Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed, Octavius Gilchrist, John Payne Collier - English drama - 1825
...owns carry him into Germany." " As Hercules was going to plucke the fruit, Friar Bacon held " up hia wand, at which Hercules stayed and seemed fearful], " Vandermast bid him for to gather the fruit or else he would tor" ment him. Hercules was more fearfull and said, 1 cannot, nor " I dare...
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Ancient English Fictions, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...that in his life time gathered of this fruit, and made the dragon crouch : and now againe shall hee gather it in spight of all opposition. As Hercules...for great Bacon stands, whose charms are farre more powerfull than thine, I must obey him Vandermast. Hereat Vandermast curst Hercules, and threatned him...
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A Collection of Early Prose Romances, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...that in his life time gathered of this fruit, and made the dragon crouch : and now againe shall hee gather it in spight of all opposition. As Hercules...Hercules was more fearfull, and said, I cannot, nor I dare not : for great Bacon stands, whose charms are farre more powerfull than thine, I must obey...
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Gammer Gurton's famous histories of sir Guy of Warwick, sir Bevis of Hampton ...

William John Thoms - 1846
...now a^ain shall he gather it in spite of opposition." As Hercules was going to pluck the fruit, Friar Bacon held up his wand ; at which, Hercules stayed, and seemed fearful. Vandermast bade him for to gather of the fruit, or else he would torment him. Hercules was more fearful, and said,...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...some turning and looking in his booke, he brought up among them the HysperianTree, which did beare golden apples : these apples were kept by a waking...Hercules was more fearfull, and said, I cannot, nor I dare not : for great Bacon stands, whose charms are farre more powerful], than thine, I must obey...
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Robert Greene und the play of George-a-Greene: the Pinner of Wakefield

Oscar Mertins - George-a-Greene (Play) - 1885 - 38 pages
...Hercules, that in his life gathered of this fruit, and made the dragon crouch: and now againe shall hee gather it in spight of all opposition. As Hercules...fruit, or else he would torment him. Hercules was more fearful!, and said: I cannot, nor I dare not: For great Bacon stands, whose charms are farro more powerful!...
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The Famous Historie of Fryer Bacon

Edmund Goldsmid - Biography & Autobiography - 1886 - 48 pages
...that in his life time gathered of this Fruit, and made the Dragon crouch : and now againe shall he gather it in spight of all opposition. As Hercules...Hercules was more fearfull, and said, I cannot, nor I dare not : for great Bacon stands, whose charms are farre more powerfull then thine, I must obey...
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The Famous Historie of Fryer Bacon, Volume 1

Edmund Goldsmid - 1886 - 48 pages
...that in his life time gathered of this Fruit, and made the Dragon crouch : and now againe shall lie gather it in spight of all opposition. As Hercules was going to plucke the fruit, Fryer Baton held up his wand, at which Hercules stayed and seemed fearful. Vandermast bid him for to gather...
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Early Prose Romances

Henry Morley - English literature - 1889 - 446 pages
...that in his life time gathered of this fruit, and made the dragon crouch : and now againe shall hee gather it in spight of all opposition. As Hercules...Hercules was more fearfull, and said, I cannot, nor I dare not : for great Bacon stands, whose charms are farre more powerfull than thine, I must obey...
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