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" Play with thee, said Maister Vincentio? if I play with thee, I will hit thee 1. 2. 3. 4 thrusts in the eie together. Then, said the Maister of Defence, if you can, do so, it is the better for you, and the worse for me, but surely I can hardly beleeve... "
The Works of George Silver: Comprising "Paradoxes of Defence" [printed in ... - Page 69
by George Silver - 1898 - 134 pages
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Schools and masters of fence from the Middle ages to the eighteenth century

Egerton Castle - 1885
...if you can, do so, it is the better for you, and the worse for me, but surely I can hardly beleeve that you can hit me : but yet once againe I hartily pray you, good Sir, that you will go to my Schoole and play with me. Play with thee, said Maister Vincentio (verie scornefully) by God me scorne...
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Elizabethan Translations from the Italian: The Titles of Such Works Now ...

Mary Augusta Scott - Comparative literature - 1895 - 381 pages
..." If you can do so, it is the better for you, and the worse for me, but surely I can hardly beleeve that you can hit me: but yet once againe I hartily pray you, good sir, that you will go to my schoole, and play with me." " Play with thee !" said maister Vincentio (very scornefully); " by God,...
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The Sword Through the Centuries

Alfred Hutton - History - 1901 - 367 pages
...Defence, if you can do so. it is the better for you, and the worse for me, but surely I can hardly beleeve that you can hit me ; but yet once againe, I hartily pray you good Sir, that you will go to my schoole and play with me. Play with thee, said maister Vincentio (verie scornfullyl, by God me scorne...
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Schools and Masters of Fencing: From the Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century

Egerton Castle - History - 2003 - 336 pages
...if you can, do so, it is the better for you, and the worse for me, but surely I can hardly beleeve that you can hit me : but yet once againe I hartily pray you, good Sir, that you will go to my Schoole and play with me. Play with thee, said Maister Vincentio (verie scornefully) by God me scorne...
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