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" I dn, but to what end ? but hark you, Sir Ralph, I was about to say something; it makes no matter: but hark you, in your ear; the friar's a knave: but God forgive me, a man cannot tell neither ; s'foot, I am so out of patience, I know not what to say.... "
A Select Collection of Old Plays: Miseries of inforced marriage - Page 296
by Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed - 1780
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The ancient British drama ...

Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...God furiine me, a man cannot tell neither ; s'foot, I am so out of patience, I know not what to say. Sir Ralph. There's one went for the friar an hour...Good-morrow, friar; good-morrow, gentle friar. Enter HILDERSHAM. Sir Ar. Good-morrow, father Hildersham, goodmorrow. I HI. Good-morrow, reverend knights,...
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The ancient British drama...

Robert Dodsley, Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810
...God forgive me, a man cannot tell neither ; s'foot, I am so out of patience, I know not what to say. Sir Ralph. There's one went for the friar an hour...he's here. Good-morrow, friar; good-morrow, gentle fror. Enter HILDERSHAH. Sir Ar. Good-morrow, father Hildersbam, goodmorroiv. Hil. Good-morrow, reverend...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...God forgive me, a man cannot tell neither ; s'foot, I am so oul of palience, I know not what to say. Sir Ralph. There's one went for the friar an hour ago, Comes he nol yet? S'foot, if I do find knavery under s cowl, I'll tickle him, I'll ferk himó Here, here, he's...
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The merry devil of Edmonton: a comedy

Peter Fabell, William Shakespeare - 1897 - 78 pages
...God forgive me, a man cannot tell neither; 'sfoot, I am so out of patience, I know not what to say. Sir Ralph, There's one went for the Friar an hour...not yet ? 'Sfoot, if I do find knavery under's cowl, I 'll tickle him, I 'll firk him. Here, here, he's here, he's here. Good morrow, Friar ; good morrow,...
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The Merry Devil of Edmonton: A Comedy

Peter Fabell - 1897 - 78 pages
...cannot tell neither ; 'sfoot, I am so out of patience, I know not what to say. Sir Ralph. There 's one went for the Friar an hour ago. Comes he not yet? 'Sfoot, if I do find knavery under 's cowl, I '11 tickle him, I '11 firk him. Here, here, he 's here, he 's here. Good morrow, Friar...
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