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" Hum ha let me see This knave shall be the axe to hew that down At which I stumble ; has a face that promiseth Much of a villain : I will grind his wit, And, if the edge prove fine, make use of it. "
The Works of Thomas Middleton, - Page 450
by Thomas Middleton, William Rowley, Thomas Dekker, Alexander Dyce - 1840
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A Select Collection of Old Plays: Roaring girl, or, Moll Cutpurse

Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed - English drama - 1780
...fee. This knave (hall be the axe to hew that down At which I (tumble ; he has a face that promifeth Much of a villain : I will grind his wit, And, if the edge prove fine, make ufe of it. Come hither, firrah ; canft thou be fecret ? ha ! Ralph Trapdoor, As two crafty attornies...
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The ancient British drama...

Robert Dodsley, Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810
...nose ef a clean trencher, when there's a go bit upon't. Sir A. Wen. Troth, honest fellow humb ha let me see ; This knave shall be the axe to hew that down At which I stumble ; he has a face that proniiseth Much of a villain : I will grind his wit, And, if the edge prove fine,...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...be the axe to hew that down At which I stumble ; be has a face that promiseth Much of a Mil. i 11 : I will grind his wit, And, if the edge prove fine, make uso of it. Come hither, sirrah ; canst thou be secret ? ha ! R. Trap. As two crafty attornies plotting...
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The Works of Thomas Middleton, Now First Collected: Trick to catch the old ...

Thomas Middleton, William Rowley, Thomas Dekker - 1840
...flight, I'll be most near thee when I'm least in sight. Wild buck, I'll hunt thee breathless : thou shall run on, But I will turn thee when I'm not thought...will grind his wit, And, if the edge prove fine, make \ise of it. [Aside. Come hither, sirrah : canst thou be secret, ha ? TRAP. As two crafty attorneys...
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Thomas Middleton, Volume 2

Thomas Middleton - English literature - 1890
...Trap. To be a shifter under your worship's nose of a clean trencher, when there's a good bit upon't Sir Alex. Troth, honest fellow Hum ha let...crafty attorneys plotting the undoing of their clients. Sir Alex. Didst never, as thou'st walked about this town, Hear of a wench called Moll, mad, merry...
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Thomas Middleton, Volume 2

Thomas Middleton - English literature - 1890
...To be a shifter under your worship's nose of a clean trencher, when there's a good bit upon't. Sir Alex. Troth, honest fellow Hum ha let...promiseth Much of a villain : I will grind his wit, SCENE iJ THE ROARING GIRL. ig And, if the edge prove fine, make use of it. [Aside. Come hither,...
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Thomas Middleton, Volume 2

Thomas Middleton, Algernon Charles Swinburne - Drama - 1890
...Trap. To be a shifter under your worship's nose of a clean trencher, when there's a good bit upon't Sir Alex. Troth, honest fellow Hum ha let...has a face that promiseth Much of a villain : I will gnnd his wit, And, if the edge prove fine, make use of it. [Aside. Come hither, sirrah : canst...
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Thomas Middleton, Volume 2

Thomas Middleton - English literature - 1890
...trencher, when there's a good bit upon't. Sir Alex. Troth, honest fellow Hum ha let me see And, if the edge prove fine, make use of it. [Aside....crafty attorneys plotting the undoing of their clients. Sir Alex. Didst never, as thou'st walked about this town, Hear of a wench called Moll, mad, merry...
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The Roaring Girl

Thomas Middleton, Thomas Dekker - Drama - 1987 - 273 pages
...there's a good bit upon't. 190 Sir Alexander. Troth, honest fellow. - [Aside] Hm - ha - let me seeThis knave shall be the axe to hew that down At which I...his wit, And if the edge prove fine, make use of it. 195 - [To him] Come hither, sirrah. Canst thou be secret, ha? Trapdoor. As two crafty attorneys plotting...
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Thomas Middleton, Volume 2

Thomas Middleton - 1890
...Trap. To be a shifter under your worship's nose of a clean trencher, when there's a good bit upon'L Sir Alex. Troth, honest fellow Hum ha let...shall be the axe to hew that down At which I stumble j has a face that promiseth Much of a villain : I will grind his wit, And, if the edge prove fine,...
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