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" One as melancholic as a cat," answered Mockso, " and glared upon me as if he would have looked through me : sure hee lacketh something, he gazeth so about him : holde not downe thine head for shame, like a beast ; but erect thy countenance, like a man.... "
The Man in the Moone: Or, The English Fortune Teller. From the Unique Copy ... - Page 39
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The British bibliographer, Volume 2

Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - English literature - 1812
...commeth prauncing in." beast: but erect thy countenance like a man. Heigh-ho how be sigheth, & beateth his brest, as if there were something there angering...often, it is smooth enough, he doubteth (I lay my lif;') they wil sprowt out shortly, and shal sone become *s huge headed af was Acteon, after bee gaae'l...
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The British Bibliographer, Volume 2

Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - English literature - 1812
...commeth prauncing in." 89 beast: but erect thy countenance like a man. Heigh-ho how be tighetb, & beateth his bre.st, as if there were something there angering him ; Why doth lie fcele 1m forelie,iJ So often, it is smooth enough, he doubtetli (I lay my lif ) they wil tprowt...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...Mockso describing him. " Who is that ?" said Fido. " One as melancholic as a cat," answered Mockso, " and glared upon me as if he would have looked through,...bathing herselfe with her nymphs in the fountaine." macerateth his minde without cause, and troubleth his thoughts without true reason : his wife is faire,...
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Notices of Fugitive Tracts: And Chap-books Printed at Aldermary ..., Volume 29

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Tracts - 1851 - 96 pages
...Mockso describing him. " Who is that ?" said Fido. " One as melancholic as a cat," answered Mockso, " and glared upon me as if he would have looked through...bathing herselfe with her nymphs in the fountaine." macerateth his minde without cause, and troubleth his thoughts without true reason : his wife is faire,...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...thine head for shame, like a beast ; but erect thy countenance, like a man. High-ho, how he sighetb, and beteth his brest, as if there were something there...bathing herselfe with her nymphs in the fountaine." macerateth his minde without cause, and troubleth his thoughts without true reason : his wife is faire,...
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