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" Note but the misery of this usuring slave : j here he lies, like a noisome dunghill, full of the \ poison of his drunken blasphemies ; and they to whom he bequeaths all, grudge him the very meat that feeds him, the very pillow that eases him. Here may... "
The Works of Thomas Middleton, - Page 84
by Thomas Middleton, William Rowley, Thomas Dekker, Alexander Dyce - 1840
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Women beware women

Charles Wentworth Dilke, Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1816
...Sweet terms ! my mistress shall know 'em. Lamp. (Aside.) Note but the misery of this usuring slave ; here he lies, like a noisome dunghill, full of the...be a slave in this world, and a devil i' th' next! Damp. Sir Launcelot ! let me buss thee, Sir Launcelot ; thou art the only friend that I honour and...
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Five Plays

Thomas Middleton - Drama - 1988 - 421 pages
...Sweet terms! My mistress shall know 'em. LAMPREY [Aside.]: Note but the misery of this usuring slave: here he lies, like a noisome dunghill, full of the poison of his drunken blasphemies, 25 gr rnotive: given to 'gerning' or grumbling mullipood: another coined term, perhaps alluding to...
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