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" The Devill told him that he had not that power of himselfe: beginner of lyes (said Fryer Bacon) I know that thou dost dissemble, and therefore tell it us quickly, or else wee will here bind the to remaine during our pleasures. "
Ancient English Fictions - Page 18
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Miscellanea Antiqua Anglicana: Or, A Select Collection of Curious ..., Volume 1

Christmas plays, English - 1816
...keepe thee, vnlesse thou tell to vs the way and manner how to make this Head to speake. The Deuill told him that he had not that power of himselfe: beginner...know that thou dost dissemble, and therefore tell it vs quickly, or else wee will here bind the to remaiue during our ' ' M Xf ****** (.I- * ^ pleasures....
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A Collection of Early Prose Romances, Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1828
...keepe thee, unlesse thou tell to us the way and manner how to make this head to speake. The Devill told him that he had not that power of himselfe: beginner...six hotest simples it should have motion, and in one mouth space speak, the Time of the moneth or day hee knew not : also hee told them, that if they heard...
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Some account of Robert Greene and his writings. Orlando Furioso. A looking ...

Robert Greene - 1831 - 324 pages
...keepe thee, unlesse thou tell to us the way and manner how to make this head to speake. The Devill told him that he had not that power of himselfe :...therefore tell it us quickly, or else wee will here bind thee to remaine during our pleasures. At these threatnings the Devill consented to doe it, and told...
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Cabinet portrait gallery of British worthies, Volumes 1-3

History - 1845
...head to speak. The devil told him that he had not that power of himself. Beginner of lies, said Friar Bacon, I know that thou dost dissemble, and therefore tell it us quickly, or else we will here bind thee to remain during our pleasures. At these threatenings the devil consented to...
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The cabinet portrait gallery of British worthies..

C. Cox (publisher.) - Biography & Autobiography - 1845
...head to speak. The devil told him that he had not that power of himself. Beginner of lies, said Friar Bacon, I know that thou dost dissemble, and therefore tell it us quickly, or else we will here bind thee to remain during our pleasures. At these threatenings the devil consented to...
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The cabinet portrait gallery of British worthies...

Biography & Autobiography - 1845
...head to speak. The devil told him that he had not that power of himself. Beginner of lies, said Friar Bacon, I know that thou dost dissemble, and therefore tell it us quickly, or else we will here bind thee to remain during our pleasures. At these threatenings the devil consented...
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Gammer Gurton's famous histories of sir Guy of Warwick, sir Bevis of Hampton ...

William John Thoms - 1846
...to speak." The Demon told him that he had not that power of himself. " Beginner of lies," said Friar Bacon, " I know that thou dost dissemble ; and, therefore, tell it us quickly, or else we will here bind thee, to remain during our pleasure." At these threatenings the Demon consented to...
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The boys' own story-book, by the best authors

Boys - 1852
...to speak. The devil told him that he had not that power of himself. Beginner of lies ! (said Friar Bacon) I know that thou dost dissemble, and therefore tell it us quickly, or else we will here bind thee to remain during our pleasures. At these threatenings the devil consented to...
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Early English prose romances: with bibliographical and historical ..., Volume 1

William John Thoms - English literature - 1858
...keepe thee, unlesse thou tell to us the way and manner how to make this head to speake. The Devill told him that he had not that power of himselfe :...Devill consented to doe it, and told them, that with a continue! fume of the six hotest simples it should have motion, and in one month space speak, the*...
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The dramatic and poetical works of Robert Greene & George Peele

Robert Greene, George Peele, Alexander Dyce - Drama - 1861 - 624 pages
...keepe thee, unlesse thou tell to us the way and manner how to make this head to speake.' The Devill told him that he had not that power of himselfe. 'Beginner...therefore tell it us quickly, or else wee will here bind thee to remaine during our pleasures.' At these threatDings the Devill consented to doe it, and told...
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