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" Mist. Wafer. Faith, very well. Mist. Honey. He is just like a torchbearer to maskers; he wears good clothes, and is ranked in good company, but he doth nothing: thou art fain to take all and pay all. "
The Works of John Webster - Page 22
by John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1880
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The Plays of William Shakespeare: With Notes of Various Commentators, Volume 13

William Shakespeare, Manley Wood - 1806
...resolution to assume, will be best explained by a passage in Westward Hoe, by Decker and Webster, -1607. " He is just like a torch-bearer to maskers ; he wears...and is ranked in good company, but he doth nothing." A torchtearer seems to have been a constant attendant on every troop of masks. So, in the second part...
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The Works of Shakespere, Volume 2

William Shakespeare, Barry Cornwall, John Ogden, Richard H. Horne - 1843
...constant attendant on every troop of maskers. In " WESTWARD HOE," by Decker and Webster, we find, " He is just like a torchbearer to maskers; he wears...and is ranked in good company, but he doth nothing." Henry VIII., when he went masked to visit Wolsey at Whitehall, had sixteen torchbearers. The gentlemen-pensioners...
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The Works of John Webster

Rev. Alexander Dyce - 1857
...Nimblewit? Mist. Honey. Why, as stale as a country hostess, an Exchange sempster, or a court laundress. Mist. Ten. He is your cousin: how your tongue runs!...she: would I could make such an ass of my husband too!I hear say he breeds thy child in his teeth, every year. Mist. Wafer. In faith, he doth. Mist....
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster - 1857
...discharge a jen de mots upon Mistress Wafer, feigns as though some of these wafers had got into her ruff. Mist. Wafer. Faith, very well. Mist. Honey. He is...doth nothing: thou art fain to take all and pay all. Moll. The more happy she: would I could make such an ass of my husband too ! I hear say he breeds thy...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, ed. by W. Hazlitt

John Webster - 1857
...discharge a jeu de mots upon Mistress Wafer, feigns as though some of these wafers had got into her ruff. Mist. Wafer. Faith, very well. Mist. Honey. He is...doth nothing: thou art fain to take all and pay all. Moll. The more happy she: would I could make such an ass of my husband too ! I hear say he breeds thy...
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The dramatic works of John Webster, Volume 1

John Webster - 1857
...discharge a jeu de mnts upon Mistress Wafer, feigns as though some of these wafers had got into her ruff. Mist. Wafer. Faith, very well. Mist. Honey. He is...wears good clothes, and is ranked in good company, Imt he doth nothing : thou art fain to take all and pay all. Moll. The more happy she: would I could...
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The Complete Works of Shakspeare, Revised from the Best ..., Volume 1

William Shakespeare - 1857
...troop of markers. In "WESTWARD HOE," by Decker and Webster, we find, " He ia just like a torchbcaror to maskers; he wears good clothes, and is ranked In good company, but he doth nothing." Henry VIII., when ho went masked to visit Wolsey at Whitehall, had sixteen torchbenrers. Tho gentlemen-pensioners...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...my ruffs of some wafers! And how doth thy husband, Wafer ? Mist. Wafer. Faith, very well. Mitt. Honey. He is just like a torchbearer to maskers; he...she: would I could make such an ass of my husband too fI hear Bay he breeds thy child in his teeth, every year. Mitt. Wafer. In faith, he doth. Mut. Honey....
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Cassell's illustrated Shakespeare. The plays of Shakespeare, ed. and ...

William Shakespeare - 1864
...a distinction than otherwise, appears from a passage in a play by Decker and Webster, 1607 : " o " ACT 1 1.] THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. [SCENE V. Laun. Why, Jessica! Sly. Who bids thee call f 1 do not...
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The Works of William Shakespeare, Volume 9

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1867
...complete without torch-bearers : Steevens aptly quotes from Dekker's and Webster's Westward Ho ; " He is just like a torch-bearer to maskers ; he wears...and is ranked in good company, but he doth nothing." Webster's Works, p. 213, ed. Dyce, 1857. tortive, twisted, vi. 17. tOSS Good enough to, Good enough...
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