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" Blague, the merry Host of the George, comes in -with them. Host. Welcome, good knight, to the George at Waltham, my free-hold, my tenements, goods and chattels ! Madam, here's a room is the very Homer and Iliads of a lodging, it hath none of the four... "
A Select Collection of Old Plays: Miseries of inforced marriage - Page 254
by Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed - 1780
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The ancient British drama ...

Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...Gentlewomen in cloaks and % safe-guards ; BLAGUE, the merry Host of the George, comes in with them. Host. Welcome, good knight, to the George at Waltham ; my...goods, and chattels. Madam, here's a room is the very Ho5 Safe-guards. Safe-guards are outward petticoats, still worn by the wires of farmers, &c. who...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...Host of the George, comet in with them. Host. Welcome, good knight, to the George at Waltham ; uiy freehold, my tenements, goods, and chattels. Madam, here's a room is the very Hos Safi-guards. Safe-guards are outward petticoats, still worn by the wives of farmers, &c. who...
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An index to familiar quotations selected principally from British authors ...

John Cooper Grocott - 1863
...in it but one ouly man. SHAESPERE. Julius Caesar, Act L Scene 2. (Cassins to Brutus.) ROOM. Madam, here's a room is the very Homer and Iliads of a lodging. ANGNYMOUS. The Merry Devil of Edmondton, Act I. In the worst inn's worst room, with mat half-hung,...
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A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 10

Robert Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt - English drama - 1875 - 564 pages
...gentlewomen in cloaks and safeguards;i BLAGUE, the merry Iwst of ike George, comes in witk them. HOST. Welcome, good knight, to the George at Waltham : my...tenements, goods and chattels. Madam, here's a room is2 the very Homer and Iliads of a lodging, it hath none of the four elements in it : I built it out...
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A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 10

Robert Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt - English drama - 1875 - 564 pages
...to the George at Waltham : my freehold, my tenements, goods and chattels. Madam, here's a room is 2 the very Homer and Iliads of a lodging, it hath none of the four elements in it: I huilt it out of the centre, and I drink ne'er the less sack. AVelcome, my little waste of maidenheads...
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Pseudo-Shakespearian Plays, Volumes 1-5

Karl Warnke, Ludwig Proescholdt - 1883
...the inns Evelyn. (Quoted by Webster.). Jtntrts. As to the expression my house, my castle, cp. II 2 Welcome good knight, to the George* at Waltham, my free-hold, my tenements, goods and chattels. By the reading, proposed by Mr. Hazlitt, my house is my castle, the construction of the whole passage...
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Pseudo-Shakespearian Plays, Volumes 1-5

Karl Warnke, Ludwig Proescholdt - 1883
...knight, to the George at Waltham, my free -hold, my tenements, goods and chattels! Madam, beer's a roome is the very Homer and Iliads of a lodging, it hath none of the foure elements in it ; I built it out of the 5 Center, and I drinke neere the lesse sacke. Welcome,...
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The merry devil of Edmonton

William Shakespeare - Abduction - 1884 - 61 pages
...the inns Evelyn. (Quoted by Webster.). Jenerts. As to the expression my house, my castle, cp. II 2 Welcome good knight, to the George at Waltham, my free-hold, my tenements, goods and chattels. By the reading, proposed by Mr. Hazlitt, my house is my castle, the construction of the whole passage...
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Pseudo-Shakespearian plays, ed by K. Warnke and L. Proescholdt

William [doubtful plays] Shakespeare - 1884
...knight, to the George at Waltham, my free -hold, my tenements, goods and chattels! Madam, heer's a roome is the very Homer and Iliads of a lodging, it hath none of the foure elements in it ; I built it out of the 5 Center, and I drinke neere the lesse sacke. Welcome,...
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The Merry Devil of Edmonton: A Comedy

Peter Fabell - 1897 - 78 pages
...Gentlewomen in cloaks and safeguards. Blague, the merry Host of the George, comes in -with them. Host. Welcome, good knight, to the George at Waltham, my...of the four elements in it ; I built it out of the centre, and I drink ne'er the less sack. Welcome, my little waste of maidenheads ! What ? I serve the...
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