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" Herry grote, butter at alevenpence a pounde, meale at nyne shillings a bushell, and beeff at fower nobles a stone, lyst to me. Geo. Bett. Yt will come to that passe, yf straingers be sufferd. Mark him. "
Shakespeare's Handwriting: A Study - Page 32
by Sir Edward Maunde Thompson, Sir Thomas More (Saint) - 1916 - 63 pages
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Sir Thomas More: A Play, Now First Printed

Anthony Munday - Sir Thomas More (Drama). - 1844 - 102 pages
...blowes ! [Exeunt. Enter LINCOLN, DOLL, Clown, GEORG BETTS, WILLIAMSON, others ; and a Sergaunt at armes. Lincolne. Peace, heare me: he that will not see a red hearing at a Herry grote, 2 butter at aleveupence a pounde, meale at nyne shillings a bushell, and beeft' at fower...
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Publications, Volume 23

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1844
...! [Exeunt. Enter LINCOLN, DOLL, Clown, GEORG BETTS, WILLIAMSON, others ; and a Sergaunt at tfrmes. Lincolne. Peace, heare me : he that will not see a red hearing at a Herry grote,2 butter at alevenpence a pounde, meale at nyne shillings a bushell, and beeff at fower...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 178

Early English newspapers - 1845
...granted to foreigners. The comic humour is of the following kind (p. 24) :— " LINCOLNE (a broker). — Peace, heare me : he that will not see a red hearing at a Herry grote, butter at elevenpence a pounde, meale at nyne shillings a bushell, and beeff at fower...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 177

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1845
...foreigners. The comic humour is of the following kind (p. 24) : — " LINCOLNE (a broker). — Pence, heare me : he that will not see a red hearing at a Kerry grote, butter at elevenpence a pounde, meale at пуле «hilling* a bushell, and been* at tower...
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The Shakespeare Apocrypha: Being a Collection of Fourteen Plays which Have ...

Tucker Brooke - Drama - 1908 - 455 pages
...familiar ring in the very first sentence, Lincoln's appeal to the unruly mob he has gathered about him. ' Lincolne. Peace, heare me : he that will not see a red hearing l at a Herry grote, butter at alevenpence a pounde, meale at nyne shillings a bushell, -and beeff at...
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Shakespeare Survey, Volume 2

Allardyce Nicoll - Drama - 2002 - 192 pages
...[other] Geo bett Linco [other] betts clow Line [oth] willian Lin [o] Clown, betts Enter Scriant Lin Peace heare me, he that will not see (a red) hearing at a harry grote, butter at a levenpence a pou{nde meale at) nyne shillings a Bushell and Beeffat fower {nobles...
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The Apocryphal Shakespeare

Tucker Brooke - Drama - 2004 - 516 pages
...familiar ring in the very first sentence, Lincoln's appeal to the unruly mob he has gathered about him. ' Lincolne. Peace, heare me : he that will not see a red hearing * at a Kerry grote, butter at alevenpence a pounde, meale at nyne shillings a bushell, and beeff at fower...
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