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" ... cannot conceale your thoughts, wordes, and workes, never laugh in your sleeve how you have gulled, or bulled, your husband ; nay, many are so impudent they care not who know it, they thinke it a credite to bee notorious, an honour to have gallants... "
The Man in the Moone: Or, The English Fortune Teller. From the Unique Copy ... - Page 39
edited by - 1849 - 56 pages
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The British Bibliographer, Volume 2

Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - English literature - 1812
...Ben Jonson's character of Knowell the elder, in the play of Every Man in his Humour. " The iealous man entereth to know his fortune, Mockso describing...Fido ? One as melancholic as a cat, answered Mockso, and glared vpon me as if he would have looked through me: sure hee lacketh something, he gazeth so...
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The British bibliographer, Volume 2

Sir Egerton Brydges, Joseph Haslewood - English literature - 1812
...Knowell the elder, in the play of Every Man in his Humour. " The iealous man entereth to know hisforlvne, Mockso describing him. " Who is that, said Fido ? One as melancholic as a cat, answered Mockso, and glared vpon me as if he would have looked through me : sure hee lacketh something, he gazeth so...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...credite to bee notorious, an honour to have gallants seeke unto them ; where carrion is, it is no marvell to find kites ; pleasure hath an amiable face, but...Fido. " 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...
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Notices of Fugitive Tracts: And Chap-books Printed at Aldermary ..., Volume 29

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Tracts - 1851 - 96 pages
...credite to bee notorious, an honour to have gallants seeke unto them ; where carrion is, it is no marvell to find kites ; pleasure hath an amiable face, but...Fido. " 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...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...none respect you, he will reject you : your children may begge, or steale, wil he toile to maintaiue other men's gettings ? If he decease before you, no...Fido. " 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...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 29

Percy Society - English literature - 1851
...them." Away she walked, and another rapped at the gate. The Jealous Man entereth to know his fortuae, 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 me: sure hee lacketh something, he gazeth so...
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