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" And passing further, I at first observ'd That Cuckold's-Haven was but badly serv'd : For there old Time had such confusion wrought, That of that Ancient place remained nought. No monumental! memorable Home, Or Tree, or Post, which hath those Trophees... "
The Works of John Webster - Page 198
by John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1880
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - English drama - 1830
...she watched for. LEAP. Good: forth. " And passing further, I at first observ'd That Cuckold's-Havea was but badly serv'd : For there old Time had such...againe ; That Passengers may shew obedience to it, In putting off their Hats, and humage doe it." " But holla, Muse, no longer be offended, 'Tis worthily...
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The works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - Drama - 1830
...there old Time had such confusion wrought, That of that Ancient place remained nought. No monumental! memorable Home, Or Tree, or Post, which hath those...againe ; That Passengers may shew obedience to it, In putting off their Hats, and homage doe it." " But holla, Muse, no longer be offended, 'Tis worthily...
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Kind-heart's Dream: Containing Five Apparitions with Their Invectives ...

Henry Chettle - English poetry - 1841 - 88 pages
...ancient place remained nought. No monumentall memorable horn, Or tree, or post, which hath those trophies borne, Was left, whereby posterity may know Where...did grow, or show. ' Why then for shame this worthy post manetaine, Lets have our tree and horns set up againe ; That passengers may shew obedience to...
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The Works of John Webster

Rev. Alexander Dyce - 1857
...Discovery by Sea, &c. by Taylor the water-poet, (Works, folio, p. 21,1630,) are the following lines :— " And passing further, I at first observ'd That Cuckold's-Haven...Why, then, for shame this worthy port mainetaine, Let's have our Tree and Horns set up againe; That passengers may shew obedience to it, In putting off...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...place remained nought. No monumentall memorable Borne, Or Tree, or Post, which hath those trophées borne, Was left, whereby posterity may know Where...or show." " Why, then, for shame this worthy port maiuctainc, Let's have our Tree and Horns set up againo ; That passengers may shew obedience to it,...
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A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions ..., Volume 1

Robert Nares - English language - 1872
...there old Time had such confusion wrought, That of that ancient place remained nought. No monumental! memorable home, Or tree, or post, which hath those...posterity may know Where their forefathers crests did gro«", or show. "Which put into a maze my muzing muse, Both at the worlds neglect, and times abuse,...
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A collection of readable reprints of literary rarities, illustrative of the ...

Charles Hindley - English literature - 1876 - 309 pages
...remained nought. mait No monumental memorable Horn, noT'.hil Or Tree, or post> which hath those Trophies borne, Was left, whereby Posterity may know Where their forefathers Crests did grow, or show. Which put into a maze my musing Muse, ^CUCKOLD'S HAVEN, OR POINT,— HORN FAIR.— On the Rotherhithe...
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Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford - 1880
...post, which hath those trophies borne, Was left, whereby posterity may know Where their forefather-/ crests did grow, or show. Why, then, for shame this worthy port maintain i Let's have our Tree and Horns set up again, That passengers may show obedience to it, In...
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Early Prose and Poetical Works of John Taylor, the Water Poet ...

John Taylor - 1888 - 330 pages
...ancient place remained nought. No monumental memorable horn, Or tree, or post, which hath those trophies borne, Was left, whereby posterity may know Where their forefathers crests did grow or show. Which put into a maze my musing Muse, Both at the world's neglect and time's abuse, That that stout...
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London, Past and Present: Its History, Associations, and Traditions, Volume 1

Henry Benjamin Wheatley - London (England) - 1891
...ancient place remained nought. No monumental memorable Horn, Or Tree, or Post, which hath those trophies borne, Was left, whereby posterity may know Where...grow, or show. Why, then, for shame this worthy Port maintain ? Let's have our Tree and Horns set up again, That passengers may show obedience to it, In...
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