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Notes on the History of the Revels Office Under the Tudors - Page 59
by Edmund Kerchever Chambers - 1906 - 80 pages
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PIERCE PENILESSE HIS SVPPLICATION TO THE DIUELL.

THO. NAFT, GENT. - 1592
...lyes, and fo knowen notorioufly ! He might as truly forge any lewd, or villanous report of any man in England ; and for his labour challenge to be preferred to the clarkfhip of the Whetftone, which he is liable to maintaine fumptuoufly with a mint of queint and uncouth...
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Pierce's Supererogation

Gabriel Harvey - Literary Criticism - 1815 - 234 pages
...impudent lies, and so known notoriously. He might as truly forge any lewd or villanous report of any man in England ; and for his labour challenge to be preferred to the clerkship of the whetstone, which he is able to maintain sumptuously, with a mint of quaint and uncouth similes, dainty monsters...
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Harvey's Four letters, and sonnets, touching Robert Greene; Pierce's ...

Sir Egerton Brydges - English prose literature - 1815
...impudent lies, and so known notoriously. He might as truly forge any lewd or villanous report of any man in England ; and for his labour challenge to be preferred to the clerkship of the whetstone, which he is able to maintain sumptuously, with a mint of quaint and uncouth similes, dainty monsters...
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The Works of Gabriel Harvey: For the First Time Collected and ..., Volume 2

Gabriel Harvey - 1884
...impudent lyes, and fo knowen notorioufly. He might as truly forge any lewd, or villanous report of any man in England ; and for his labour challenge to be preferred to the Clarkfhip of the whetftone : which he is hable to maintaine fumptuoufly, with a mint of queint, and...
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