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" ... and in this humour, they sat them down, and sometimes they stalkt round about the field, till at last the watch met with them, who, contrary to Gillian's mind, took pains to bring them home together. At what time they gave one another such privie... "
The gentle craft - Page 34
by Thomas Deloney - 1903
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The Cambridge History of English Literature, Volume 3

Sir Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller - English literature - 1909
...field, till at last the watch met with them, who, contrary to Gillian's mind, took pains to bring them home together. At what time they gave one another such privie flouts that the watchmen took no little delight to hear it. The upshot of it all is that the desirable Richard marries neither,...
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The Cambridge History of English Literature, Volume 3

A. W. Ward, A. R. Waller - English literature - 1973 - 465 pages
...field, till at last the watch met with them, who, contrary to Gillian's mind, took pains to bring them home together. At what time they gave one another such privie flouts that the watchmen took no little delight to hear it. The upshot of it all is that the desirable Richard marries neither,...
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