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" So the creature followed his master, and another knocked at the gate. The lewde woman commeth to knowe her fortune, whom Mockso describeth entring. " Who is that ?" said Fido. " One with a maske forsooth, because you may aske," said Mockso. " A woman... "
The Man in the moone, or, The English fortune teller: from the unique copy ... - Page 21
by W. M. - 1849 - 56 pages
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Notices of Fugitive Tracts: And Chap-books Printed at Aldermary ..., Volume 29

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Tracts - 1851 - 96 pages
...his fortune. " Ingratefull and hard hearted are many of our age, respecting none but such as profite and pleasure them at the instant : industrious, therefore,...were in the darke, she would appeare a light woman." liquerous, lascivious, femenine ingenderers ; more wavering then a wethercocke, more wanton than an...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...his fortune. " Ingratefull and hard hearted are many of our age, respecting none but such as profite and pleasure them at the instant : industrious, therefore,...were in the darke, she would appeare a light woman." liquerous, lascivious, femenine ingenderers ; more wavering then a wethercocke, more wanton than an...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...good service and will not with care and diligence keepe you in it, when you would have the like aguine you shall goe without it: if you take time you may...were in the darke, she would appeare a light woman." liquerous, lascivious, femenine ingenderers; more wavering then a wethercocke, more wanton than an...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...master, and another knocked at the gate. The lewde woman commeth to knowe her fortune, whom Jlockso describeth entring. " Who is that ?" said Fido. "...were in the darke, she would appeare a light woman." liquerous, lascivious, femenine ingenderers ; more wavering then a wethercocke, more wanton than an...
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A glossary: or, Collection of words, phrases, names, and allusions ..., Volume 2

Robert Nares - English language - 1859
...nnue of his litjby, for twise so mickle. Brome1! A'oríAcr« Лол;. jHT. In the sense of unchaste. Though she were in the darke, she would appeare a light woman. Alan in the Moon с , 1609. Gly cerium, meretrix, a light hovtc-icife. Terence IK English, l ßl \,...
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