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" ... them in this manner. Know Fryer, that I seeing this prodigall like to starve for want of food, lent him money, not onely to buy him victuals, but also to redeeme his lands and pay his debts, conditionarily that so soone as his debts were paid, that... "
Ancient English Fictions - Page 16
edited by - 1828
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Miscellanea Antiqua Anglicana: Or, A Select Collection of Curious ..., Volume 1

Christmas plays, English - 1816
...debts, conditionarily that so soone as his debts were paid, that hec should giue himselfe freely to mee, to this, here is his hand (shewing him the Bond) now...debts are paid: his silence continues it said the Diuell, therefore giue him a iustsentence. I will said Fryer Bacon : But first tell me (speaking to...
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The lyfe of Robert the deuyll, a romance. From the ed. by W. de Worde

Robert (le diable, duke of Normandy.) - 1828
...debts, conditionarily that so soone as his debts were paid, that hee should give himselfe freely to mee, to this, here is his hand (shewing him the bond) now...but first tell me (speaking to the gentleman) didst thounever yet give the Devill any of his tnony backe, nor requite him any wayes : never had hee any...
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A Collection of Early Prose Romances, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...debts, conditionarily that so soone as his debts were paid, that hee should give himselfe freely to mee, to this, here is his hand (shewing him the bond) now...if it be so that his debts are paid : his silence confinnes it said the Divell, therefore give him a iust sentence. T will said Fryer Bacon : but first...
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Narratives of Sorcery and Magic: From the Most Authentic Sources, Volume 1

Thomas Wright - Magic - 1851 - 342 pages
...debts were paid, that he should give himself freely to me ; to this, here is his hand,' showing him the bond : ' now my time is expired, for all his debts are paid, which he cannot deny.' ' This case is plain, if it be so that his debts are paid.' ' His silence confirms...
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Narratives of Sorcery and Magic, from the Most Authentic Sources

Thomas Wright - Magic - 1852 - 420 pages
...silence confirms it,' said the devil, ' therefore give him a just sentence.' ' I will,' said Friar Bacon ; ' but first tell me' speaking to the gentleman ' didst thou never yet give the devil any of his money back, nor requite him in any ways ?' ' Never had he anything of me as yet,'...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...hee cannot denie. This case is plaine, if it be so that his debts are paid : his silence confirmes it said the Divell, therefore give him a iust sentence....but first tell me (speaking to the gentleman) didst thounever yet give theDevillanyof hismonybacke, nor requite him any wayes : never had hee any thing...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...hee cannot denie. This case is plaine, if it be so that his debts are paid : his silence coufirmes it said the Divell, therefore give him a iust sentence....but first tell me (speaking to the gentleman) didst thouneveryetgive theDevilliany of hismonybacke, nor requite him any wayes : never had hee any thing...
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The Famous Historie of Fryer Bacon, Volume 1

Edmund Goldsmid - 1886 - 48 pages
...debts, conditionally that so soone as his debts were paid, that hee should giue himselfe freely to mee, to this, here is his hand (shewing him the Bond) now...if it be so that his debts are paid : his silence confirmes it said the Diuell, therefore giue him a iust sentence. I will said Fryer Bacon: But first...
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The Famous Historie of Fryer Bacon, Volumes 1-2

Edmund Goldsmid - Biography & Autobiography - 1886
...plaine, if it be so that his debts are paid : his silence confirmes it said the Diuell, therefore giue him a iust sentence. I will said Fryer Bacon: But...first tell me (speaking to the Gentleman) didst thou neuer yet giue the Deuill any of his mony backe, nor requite him any wayes: neuer had hee any thing...
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The Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies of Mr. William Shakespeare ..., Volume 3

William Shakespeare, Albert Romer Frey, William Reynolds, Benjamin Rush Field, William Hansell Fleming, Thomas Randolph Price, Alvey Augustus Adee, Edward Payson Vining, Elias A. Calkins, Henry Paine Stokes, Alfred Waites, Charles W. Thomas, Isaac Hull Platt - 1888
...his debts were paid that hee should give himselfe freely to mee, to this, here is his hand, (showing him the bond) : Now my time is expired, for all his...which hee cannot denie. This case is plaine, if it be soe that his debts are paid: his silence confirmes it said the devill, therefore give him a just sentence....
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