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Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on Gelasimus. Lol. Why binde yee not olde Hecuba, that bitche ? Blat. I olde Hecuba....  
" Gelasimus. Lol. Why binde yee not olde Hecuba, that bitche ? Blat. I olde Hecuba ! I'me Blatte, the nurse : What ayles the drunken foole ? Eutr. Timon, why are your eies fixt on the grounde ? Tim. I feele a wounde. Eutr. O, Jupiter forbidde ! Tim. Eutrapelus,... "
Timon, a play, now first pr. Ed. by A. Dyce - Page 44
by Timon (fict. name.) - 1842
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1842
...Gelas. My fellowe soulders, this shall bee my wife: Is shee not faire ?—How does my Calimele ? Eutr. Looke in her vrinall, and thou shalt knowe. Call....sparrowe, 1 my marrowe, my sowe, My hony, my cony, my cowe !— Achilles is adry : a litle more ale ! This house doth seeme to walke: what, haue they feete ?...
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Timon: A Play ; Now First Printed

Alexander Dyce - 1842 - 95 pages
...Call. Let mee bee gone ; I doe not loue to bee A laughing stocke. Gelas. Sweete loue, bee not angry j Vppon the mountaine Paphlagonia There is a stone —...Eutr. What, Callimele ? Tim. The very same. Lol. My sparrowe,1 my marrowe, my sowe, My hony, my cony, my cowe ! — Achilles is adry : a litle more ale...
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1842
...the nurse : What ayles the drunken foole ? Eutr. Timon, why are your eies fixt on the grounde ? Jim. I feele a wounde. Eutr. O, Jupiter forbidde ! Tim....Eutr. What, Callimele ? Tim. The very same. Lol. My sparrowe,1 my marrowe, my sowe, 1 My sparrowe, &c.] This couplel is perhaps intended for part of a...
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Shakespeare's Library: A Collection of the Plays, Romances ..., Part 2, Volume 2

1875
...the drunken foole ? Eut. Timon, why are your eies fixt on the grounde ? Tim. I feele a wounde. Eut. O, Jupiter forbidde ! Tim. Eutrapelus, this is not...entred in ; I saw and lou'd, and must my loue enioye. Eut. What sodaine metamorphosis is this ? Tim. I loue, extreamely loue. Eut. What, Callimele ? Tim....
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Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare

Geoffrey Bullough - Literary Criticism - 1966 - 578 pages
...feele a wounde. EUT. O Jupiter forbidde ! TIM. Eutrapelus, this is not in Joves pow're. I subjecte am to Venus tyranny! These eies betraide my hearte, these were the gate And onely way where love first entred in. I saw and lov'd, and must my love enjoye. EUT. What sodaine metamorphosis is...
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